COORDINATION OF FI AND PM ON EEIS (W/ATTACHMENT)

Created: 12/18/1953

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AS SANITIZED

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MEMORANDUM FOHi 3

of FI and PM on EEIa

this branch will issue EEXs coapUed from anof existing inferos tion in the target area. From the returns

of these ESIs will come specific target SEIs with appropriate priorities,

For the noment such specific EEI requests are not available, existing information being fair sketchy, incomplete, and insufficient to base an operation on. This paper is designed to acquaint FI with tha nature of PM Requests for training purposes and so that activation of the nets can be commencedroductive scale aoonest.

Lacking specificequest that initial actions of FI be based to obtain the following concerning

ZACAPAPROGRAM

rUTEK GARR1QCH cUllfc, j

BARRIOS MilitaryJOSE Military Base

Zoo Command (Guatemala City)

IV, Garrison Outline

OHIFICANCE

Type and scope of conpiand Siae and location of subordinate units Principal mlasi ens and areas of. Relationships to other commands

2- LOCATION

Geographic location of command headquarters.(By Reference, paces and direction, to sapped road junctions, landmarks,hysical location of command and staff offices, operations, intelligence, supply, personnel, snd security components. Relationships, distances and directions to other buildings, structures, or other easily identified features. Terrain study of approaches to garrison or detachment location. Density of populace on approaches upiles radius.

3. PESCRT FTION AND LAYOUT

Organizational structure of command

Taotical line of command to higher, supported, and subordinate unlta. 1

Order of battle, to Include type, site, equipnent, and location of subordinate and supporting units.

U. IKPOHTjBjT lHTKKiNAL OBJECTIVES

Coanunicaticns Facilities (Type by nans snd description of tbe following)

Tactical! Type, alee, mission, locations, of buildings landlines, cables, and antenna. Points connected by nets.

Administrative: Type, size, aission, locations, of

buildings, sites, landllnee, cablea, and antenna. Points connected by nets. Including ammunition and supply storage.

Command snd Staff Installationa

Precise location, use, construction of buildings

Personnel

Corcnand and staff, communlcatlone, operations, snd intelligence staff officers and technicians. Personnel, including technical, mess snd fir efigh ting personnel.

Positions, names, biographic data, and living quarters of all key personnel.

Personal habits of top personnel aa to dally schedule, habitual movement pecularitles.

Security Measures

(Specify daylight situation and nighttime situation) Guard force

Patrol procedures and schedules

Guard posts and schedules

Documentation and passes

Fences and entrances, unfenced areas

Illumination and alarm systems

Dogs

Firefighting facilitiea.

EXTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Outlying comraunicatlons facilities(Type by name andof the following)

Radio sites, conanunications and power lines,

antenna, operating personnel

Describe surrounding terrain conditions.

Outlying power facilitiea

Generating stations, transmission lines andtransformers.

Personnel

Military Indigenous

Potable water and food sources and servicea External security measures

from within

Persons now positively within RUFUS Organisation assigned to Garrison

Persona shoving discontent, opportunism, or other characteristics which mightield for defection

Position and daily routine duties and schedule of persons above 7* Garrison daily routine schedules

8. Attitude of immediate populace surrounding garrison. of extremists (Pro-government, anti-government, non the fence1")

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The transportation Lines, particularly those nets tying together the military garrisons and those lines neccessary to the immediate economy lines. import facilities particularly rail and port lines and fiLcilites, with the view of determining how best to terminate those lineshort period. In order to determine how to best completely terminate such lines we will attempt to type the means of transport, determine the alternates and "by passes" and determine where best to terminate the lines, PM requests the following on

lines

and Air Transport

Facilities

Met

A. Rail lines 1. LOCATION

Locate by reference in direction and distance.

2. IMPORTANT INTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Typo* gage, and number of tracks. Type locomotive

Locate bridges, obtain details of construction, material of construction, depth and grade of channel.

Locate fills, materials, culverts, lengfctvof fill. Locate cuts, grade of en&ankment, lengEo of cut, curves occuring in cut, location and layout of switches and sidings. Switch locations. Sketchncicate destinations. Signal towers, location, description, type mechanism. Location, descriptions, and use of signals, telephone and telegraph lines. Train stopping and inspection points. Bridges, causeways, viaducts, tunnels, and embankments. Important rail installations and structures, nee and constructions

Locomotives and rolling stock, descriptions, vulnerable points.

Locomotive and rolling stock repair facilities, turntables. Signal system, types, and location of signals, water, fuel, and lubricating points, quantities and type of fuel and lubricants.

Security measures, including guards and track-walking frequency, if any.

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3. IMPORTANT EXTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Communications and signal centers controlling area of target.

Dispatching procedures and dispatching personnel.

Types and location of track clearing and break-down cranes,

and fire-fighting equipment.

Power sourceb, generating stations, transmission lines and substations, transformers, rectifiers. Security measures.

B. Airfield and Air Transportation

Distances from known points*

Local distances and directions from easily identified features.

Railroad, highway, communications facilities.

AND

Number, dimensions, orientation, construction.

Taxi ways, alert, and service aprons. Lighting

Petroleum, oil, and lubricants storage, type, quantities, construction.

Barracks areas, other buildings, location, uses, and construction.

Transportation facilities, road, rail.

INTERNALtypes, numbers, locations.'

Fuel storage areas, types of storage, quantities, pipelines and aircraft fueling point.

Ammunition and bomb storage facilities, types, quantities, transport.

Personnel by total numbers and types, military and indigenous Control tower location and facilities. Command and staff offices and living quarters. Power

Main sources, substations, transformers, lines and cables Communications

Radio stations and sites, communications and power lines, anterms, operating personnel. (More on comiDO in later paragraph.)

Potable water supply, food supply, messes. Security measures

Guard force. (Treat as Paragraph III-A)

Patrol procedures and schedules.

Guard posts, manning, and schedules.

Documentation and passes.

Fences and entrances, unfenced areas.

Illumlcation and alarm systems.

Dogs.

Firefighting facilities and personnel. U. IMPORTANT EXTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Outlying communications facilities

Radio and radar stations and sites, communications and pover lines, antenna, operating personnel.

City telephone, telegraph, teletype, and postal facilities. Outlying power facilities

Sources, generating stations, transmission lines and substations, transformers. Personnel

Military (Determine Information on such personnel as included In Paragraph

Indigenous External aecurity measures.

C. PORTS OUTLINE

Size of harbor, natural features, points of ingress and egrees, channels, points vulnerable to blockade by suken vessels, destroyed bridges, etc. Transshipment facilities serving port.

AND LAYOUT

Area, land and water. Restricting

Main exports, main

wharf berthage details, areas, sizes, use.

Lighterage berthage area, numbers and types of lighters used.

Capacity of port for loading or unloading in tons per unit

of time.

Channels and entrances, depths, widths, control measures. Power sources.

INTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Cargo Handling Equipment

Types, construction, power capacity, use. Cargoes handled, types, quantities, storage areas, particularly cargoes vulnerable to fire, explosion, water, and chemical damage.

intended and actual use, area, and capacity* Harbor craft.

Port railroad facilities, tuxn-arounds.

Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant atroage facilitiea, pipelines, ship and other fueling facilitiea. Lubricants storage. Quantities, types, bulk or drum, construction of sheds.

Ships, numbers, types, tonnages, schsdules, arrival and departure procedures* Pirefigbting facilities.

Hydrants, fire-brigades, fire-trucks, critical access points, water and chemical firefighting measures and facilities. Secutiry Measures

Guard fores.

Documentation, passes, and shore leave procedures*

Fences and entrances.

Ship searching procedures, exemptions.

Police end Harbor patrol craft.

Pilots and pilot craft.

Special restrictions on Transient personnel in Port town.

d. IMPORTANT EXTERNAL OBJECTIVES

Channels and entrances, particularly width, depth and restrictive natural and man-made features such aa headlands, rocks, bridges, draw bridges, causeways, etc. Connecting trans-shipment facilities including Inland waterway] railroads, and highways. Power

Outlying facilities including generating stations, transmission lines, substations, and transformers* Ships enroute, points of access thereto and their cargoes.

D. ROAD NETS

Initially we will be needing the following information concerning tha Guatemala to Esc tun Ua

Guatemala to Santa Ana, Sen Salvadore

Guatemala to Coban

Guatemala to San Christobal

Guatemala to Morales

Guatemala to Zacapa complexes*

Soon, "by-pass" nets will be added to the above and zones of Interest will narrow. Obtaining this condensation willop-priority job of the branch.

Design, materials used, dimensions, dimensions of channel, grade and ma to rial of banks, depth end bottom characteristics and swiftness of current.

terrain, density and attitude of populace, traffic Intensity with time periods Included).

Security (location, strenght, arawuaent. Schedule, relief procedure etc.).

Kerne alternates to the bridge available to th* opposition.

COHgTRUCTION

Surfac* composition (gravel, caliche, clock-top,

concrete, dirt)

Thickness of surface

Bas* composition and depth

epth of road

Width, depth, grade of si opes,Rate rial, condition of bar-ditch Grade of Inclines

Rate of traffic past specific point*

Nature of tgafflcrucks, armored cars,

personal vehicles)

Curve ture of extreme curves

Proximity of embankment of road-Kate rial of enbankeent

Length of cut

Curve condition ln

Heigh th of cut

b. FILLS

Culvert* (material, size)

Material, heights, grade embankment of fills

Lenght of fills

Curve conditions on fills

A chart of the road system in Guatemala would be of aidheck on the authenticety).

COMMUNICATIONS

1* Any ajuery concerning coeramiatione ahould include, except when specifically detailed otherwise:

of Commo Station

(geographical and in reference to otherland marks in direction and distance)

of Building and surroundings includingof entrances.

proceedures and schedules, post-manning andand alarm system, pass system for entry.

of type ofTelephone Exchange

Indicate where main cables enter building

Pinpoint location of battery room, and indicate number

and size of batteries.

Give details of battery charging plant. location, number, capacities, type).

Location of main distribution, board or frame and of main switchboards.

elegraph Station

Location and number of teleprinters in station.

elegraph Repeater Station!

Map or reference location plus location of all repeater stationsine.

U. Radion Stations

h. Location, number and construction detail of radio most and aerials.

b. Number, capacities, location and makers* name of rectifier transformers.

Number, capacities, location, and makers' name of emergency geneaators. Indicate the type of engine driving the emergency generators and the makers' names. diesel, steam, gas engines, etc.)

snd power in watts of transmitters

numbers, capacities and maker's namescooling pumps.

F. Location and Source of Power Supply

centers

H. Fire precautions -fire fighting measures

of installation (sketches, plans of criticalmachinery)

J, Names of key technical personnel and labor force plus

bibliojcjphical Information. K* Approaches of target (terrain populace' attitude, density of the

population.^

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