ANNEX A

                           SECTION I - GENERAL

     1.   Reference

          a.   Local Board Proceedings 1942 Harbor Defenses of Kodiak,
Alaska, dated 20 August 1942.

          b.   1st Ind. from HQ. ADC & Fourth Army, Presidio of San
Francisco, Calif., 6 Nov 1942, to Ltr. from ADC, Ft. Richardson,
Alaska (660.2, 10 Sept. 1942) Subject:  "Project Report, harbor
Defenses of Kodiak".

          c.   "Local Board Procedings 1943 Harbor Defenses of
Kodiak, Alaska, dated 23 April 1943."

          d.   1st Ind. from HQ. ADC & Fourth Army, Presidio of San
Francisco, Calif., 10 May 1943 to Ltr. TAC, 17 April 1943.  To:
Various.  Subject:  "Defense of of Harbors Against Motor Torpedo
Boats".  War Department file:  AG 660.2 (4-12-43) OB-S-SPDDO-M.

     2.   Purpose of Supplement

          a.   This supplement amplifies the Basic Projects outlined
in Par. 1, References.  It is intended to furnish a concise record
of the status of  existing harbor defense fortification construction
 and equipment that is on hand and that which has been approved by
the War Department.  To make available to those concerned informa-
tion of a technical and tactical nature which is not otherwise
available in usable form.

     3.   Mission of Harbor Defense.

          a.  This Harbor Defense will defend the Naval Operating
Base against naval attack, protect friendly naval vessels and
shipping against  naval attack, support the beach defense within
range of its armament, and support the land defense of Kodiak by
landward firing within range of its armament.

     4.   Tactical Orginazation.

          a.   The Harbor Defenses of Kodiak are composed of four
Forts--Ft. Greely, Ft. J.H. Smith, Ft. Tidball and Ft. Abercrombie.
The Harbor Defense Command Post is at Ft. Greely.  The batteries
at Ft. J. H. Smith are organized under Group One.  The batteries
at Ft. Tidball are organized under Group Two.  The batteries at
Ft. Greely and Ft. Abercrombie are seperate batteries under the
command of the Harbor Defense Command Post.

          b.   For the tactical organization of the Harbor Defenses
see Exhibit No. 1.




Par. 4 (Cont.) c. List of Armament in order of tactical importance:
Tactical Construction Armament Location
5 296 2-6" B C Castle Bluffs, Long
Island, Ft. Tidball
1 403 2-8" B C St. Peters Head
Ft. J. H. Smith
6 404 2-8" B C Miller Point
Ft. Abercrombie
4 F 42-4 4-155mm.
GPF
Panama Mount
Deer Point, Long
Island, Ft. Tidball
2 F 42-5 4-155mm.
GPF
Panama Mount
Chiniak Point
Ft. J. H. Smith
3 F 42-6 4-155mm.
GPF
Panama Mount
Buskin Hill
Ft. Greely
7 2-90mm.
fixed
2-90mm.
mobile
Puffin Island
Ft. Greely
8 2-90mm.
fixed
2-90mm.
mobile
Spruce Cape
Ft. Abercrombie


                 SECTION II - SEACOAST ARMAMENT

    5.  Armament.

        a.  For seacoast armament required by basic project see
tabulation on page 6.

        b.  Status of seacoast armament.

            (1)  Existing fixed armament.

                 (a)  Battery No. 1, Construction No. 403.
                      Authority:  Harbor Defense Project, Harbor
                      Defenses of Kodiak, 1942.  The battery
                      emplacement and fire control stations have
                      been completed and the guns emplaced.  For
                      items of equipment on hand and needed see
                      references to the following appendices:
                          I    Engineer pages:  4-5
                          II   Signal pages:   12-18
                          III  Ordnance pages:  4-6
                          IV   Chemical pages:   3

                 (b)  Battery No. 5, Construction No. 296.
                      Authority:  Harbor Defense Project, Harbor
                      Defenses of Kodiak, 1942.  The battery
                      emplacement and fire control stations have
                      been completed and the guns emplaced.  For
                      items of equipment on hand and needed see
                      references to the following appendices:
                          I    Engineer pages:  9-10
                          II   Signal pages:   32-37
                          III  Ordnance pages: 16-18
                          IV   Chemical pages:   7

                 (c)  Battery No. 6, Construction No. 404.
                      Authority:  Harbor Defense Project, Harbor
                      Defenses of Kodiak, 1942.  The battery
                      emplacement and fire control stations have
                      been completed and the guns emplaced.  For
                      items of equipment on hand and needed see
                      references to the following appendices:
                          I    Engineer pages: 11-12
                          II   Signal pages:   38-43
                          III  Ordnance pages: 19-21
                          IV   Chemical pages:   8

            (2)  Projected fixed armament.

                 (a)  All projected fixed armament has been
                      completed.

            (3)  Mobile armament.

                 (a)  Battery No. 2, Construction No. F 42-5.
                      Authority:  Harbor Defense Project, Harbor
                      Defenses of Kodiak, 1942.  The emplacement
                      which consists of Panama mounts, and the
                      fire control stations, have been completed.
                      The guns have been placed in central storage
                      at Ft. Greely.  Authority:  Ltr. HQ, Alaskan
                      Dept., dated 9 June 1944, Subject: "Preserva-
                      tion and Care of Seacoast Defense Material".
                      For items of equipment on hand and needed see
                      references to the following appendices:


Par. 5 (Cont.) I Engineer pages: 6 II Signal pages: 19-22 III Ordnance pages: 7-8-9 IV Chemical pages: 4 (b) Battery No. 3, Construction No. F 42-6. Authority: Harbor Defense Project, Harbor Defenses of Kodiak, 1942. The emplacement which consists of Panama mounts, and the fire control stations, have been completed. The guns have been placed in central storage at Ft. Greely. Authority: Ltr. HQ, Alaskan Dept., dated 9 June 1944, Subject: "Preserva- tion and Care of Seacoast Defense Material". For items of equipment on hand and needed see references to the following appendices: I Engineer pages: 7 II Signal pages: 23 -26 III Ordnance pages: 10-11-12 IV Chemical pages: 5 (c) Battery No. 4, Construction No. F 42-4. Authority: Harbor Defense Project, Harbor Defenses of Kodiak, 1942. The emplacement which consists of Panama mounts, and the fire control stations, have been completed. The guns have been placed in central storage at Ft. Greely. Authority: Ltr. HQ, Alaskan Dept., dated 9 June 1944, Subject: "Preserva- tion and Care of Seacoast Defense Material". For items of equipment on hand and needed see references to the following appendices: I Engineer pages: 8 II Signal pages: 27-31 III Ordnance pages: 13-15 IV Chemical pages: 6 c. Batteries no longer required. All batteries constructed in the current basic project for the Harbor Defenses of Kodiak are required.

SECTION II, Par. 5, a.
BTRY.
TACT.
NO.
BTRY NAME
or
CONST. NO.
NO.
of
GUNS
CALIBER &:
MODEL of
GUN
MODEL
of
MOUNT
RANGE for
MAXIMUM
ELEVATION
LOCATION
by
FORTS
EXISTING
or
PROJECTED
ARMAMENT
EMP. or
not EMP.
BTRY to be
RETAINED or to
be ABANDONED
EX-
HIBIT
NO.
1 403 2 8"
MKVI 3A2
M1 35,300 yds Ft J H Smith Existing Emplaced Retained 3A
2 F 42-5 4 155-mm.
1918M1
1918A1 19,000 yds Ft J H Smith Existing Not
Emplaced
Retained 4A
3 F 42-6 4 155-mm.
1917A1
Guns 1,2
& 3,M3
Gun 4,M2
19,000 yds Ft. Greely Existing Not
Emplaced
Retained 4A
4 F 42-4 4 155-mm.
1918M1
1918A1 19,000 yds Ft. Tidball Existing Not
Emplaced
Retained 4A
5 296 2 6"
M1903A2
M1 27,100 yds Ft. Tidball Existing Emplaced Retained 4A
6 404 2 8"
MKVI 2A2
M1 35,300 yds Ft. Aber-
crombie
Existing Emplaced Retained 3A

NOTE: For AMTB Armament see Anex A, Section III, Par. 7.


    6.  Ammunition Allowances.

        a.  Artillery Ammunition Allowances.
Battery No.
of
Guns
Type of
Projec-
tile
Rounds
per
Btry War
Reserve
Weight
of
Projec-
tile
Place
of
Storage
Const.
No.
Tac-
tical
No.
296 5 2-6" AP

HE
1300

700
Not
Avail-
able
90
lbs.
Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag.

Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag
403 1 2-8" AP

HE
600

300
260
lbs.
240
lbs.
Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag.
Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag
404 6 2-8" AP

HE
600

300
260
lbs.
240
lbs.
Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag.
Btry Mag.
Emp. Mag
F 42-4 4 4-155mm. AP w/fuze
BD M60
HE w/fuze
PD M5A1
HE w/fuze
MTF M67
2400

1512

168

100
lbs.
95
lbs.
95
lbs.
Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

F 42-5 2 4-155mm. AP w/fuze
BD M60
HE w/fuze
PD M5A1
HE w/fuze
MTF M67
2400

1512

168

100
lbs.
95
lbs.
95
lbs.
Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

F 42-6 3 4-155mm. AP w/fuze
BD M60
HE w/fuze
PD M5A1
HE w/fuze
MTF M67
2400

1512

168

100
lbs.
95
lbs.
95
lbs.
Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

7 2-90mm. on
T3 mount


2-90mm. on
M1A1 mount


HE w/fuze
PD
AP

HE w/fuze
PD
HE w/fuze
MT
904

52

52

944

49
lbs.
42
lbs.
49
lbs.
49
lbs.
Emp. Mag.

Emp. Mag.

Emp. Mag.

Emp. Mag.

8 2-90mm. on
T3 mount


2-90mm. on
M1A1 mount


HE w/fuze
PD
AP

HE w/fuze
PD
HE w/fuze
MT
904

52

52

944

49
lbs.
42
lbs.
49
lbs.
49
lbs.
Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.

Btry Mag.


Par. 6 (cont.)

     NOTE: All of the "War Reserve" can be stored in the Harbor
Defenses and therefore is known as the "Battle Allowance".

     NOTE: Authority:  Total Allowance is based on Cir. 108, Hq. Als.
Dept., dated 21 July 1944 and ltr. Hq. Als. Dept., Subject:  "War
Reserve and Training Allowances of Ammunition and Operational Control
of 90-mm. AMTB Batteries," dated 10 June 1942.


        b.  Automatic Weapons and Ammunition Allowances.
Battery No.
of
Guns
Type of
Projec-
tile
Rounds
per
Btry War
Reserve
Place
of
Storage.
Const.
No.
Tac-
tical
No.
296 5 2-40mm.

2-.50 cal.
MG
2-.30Cal.
MG
HE
APC
API
Tracer
AP
Tracer
1512
168
4200
1050
11760
2940
Automatic
Weapon
Magazine
403 1 2-40mm.

2-.50 Cal.
MG
2-.30Cal.
MG
HE
APC
API
Tracer
AP
Tracer
1512
168
4200
1050
11760
2940
Automatic
Weapon
Magazine
404 6 2-40mm.

2-.50 Cal.
MG
2-.30Cal.
MG
HE
APC
API
Tracer
AP
Tracer
1512
168
4200
1050
11760
2940
Automatic
Weapon
Magazine
F 42-4 4 2-.50 Cal.
MG
API
Tracer
4200
1050
Automatic
Weapon Mag.
F 42-5 2 2-.50 Cal.
MG
API
Tracer
4200
1050
Automatic
Weapon Mag.
F 42-6 3 2-.50 Cal.
MG
API
Tracer
4200
1050
Automatic
Weapon Mag.
7 2-40mm.

4-.50 Cal.
MG
HE
APC
API
Tracer
2268
252
8400
2100
Automatic
Weapon Mag.
8 2-40mm.

4-.50 Cal.
MG
HE
APC
API
Tracer
2268
252
8400
2100
Automatic
Weapon
Magazine

        c.  Automatic Weapons and Ammunition for Searchlight
Installations.
Tactical
No. of S/L
Location Armament Type of
Ammunition
Battle
Allowance
1 Narrow Cape
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
2 Narrow Cape
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
3 Soquel Point
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
4 Soquel Point
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
5 South Cape
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
6 South Cape
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
7 Cape Chiniak
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
8 Bald Hill
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
9 Midway Point
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
10 Midway Point
Ft. J. H. Smith
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
11 Puffin Island
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
12 Gibson Cove
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
13 Gibson Cove
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
14 Pyramid Point
Ft. Tidball
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
15 Refuge Point
Ft. Tidball
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
16 North Cape, L.I.
Ft. Tidball
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
17 North Cape, L.I.
Ft. Tidball
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
18 Point Head
Ft. Tidball
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
19 Spruce Cape
Ft. Abercrombie
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
20 Spruce Cape
Ft. Abercrombie
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
21 Piedmont Point
Ft. Abercrombie
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
22 Miller Point
Ft. Abercrombie
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
23 Spruce Island
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
24 Spruce Island
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
25 Kizhuyak Point
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.
26 Kizhuyak Point
Ft. Greely
2-.30 Cal.
M.G.
HE
Tracer
11760 rds.
2940 rds.

   Par. 6 (Cont.)
          d.  Magazines for Ammunition Storage:
Battery No.
of
Mag.
Type of
Magazine
Type
of
Construction
Location
Const.
No.
Tacti-
cal No.
296 5 1

1

2

Emplacement

Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Reinforced
Concrete
Reinforced
Concrete
Steel Igloo

Castle Bluffs
Site 12
Castle Bluffs
Site 12
Castle Bluffs
Site 12
403 1 1

1

2

Emplacement

Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Reinforced
Concrete
Reinforced
Concrete
Steel Igloo

St. Peters Head
Site 4
Isadore Island
Site 3
St. Peters Head
Site 4
404 6 1

1

2

1
Emplacement

Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Small Arms
Reinforced
Concrete
Reinforced
Concrete
Steel Igloo

Concrete
Cottage
Miller Point
Site 16
Miller Point
Site 16
Miller Point
Site 16
Miller Point
Site 16
F 42-4 4 2

2

2

2

1
Battle
Allowance
Battle
Allowance
Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Fuze &
Primer
Steel Igloo
(At Emp.)
Steel Igloo

Concrete
Igloo
Steel Igloo

Steel Igloo

Deer Point
Site 11
Lake Dolgoi Area
Site 11
Lake Dolgoi Area
Site 11
Deer Point
Site 11
Deer Point
Site 11
F 42-5 2 2

6

2

3

Battle
Allowance
Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Fuze &
Primer
Steel Igloo
(At Emp.)
Steel Igloo

Steel Igloo

Concrete
Cottage
Chinaik Point
Site 5
Chinaik Point
Site 5
Chinaik Point
Site 5
Chinaik Point
Site 5
F 42-6 3 4

2

1

Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Fuze &
Primer
Steel Igloo

Steel Igloo

Steel Igloo

Buskin Hill
Site 8
Buskin Hill
Site 8
Buskin Hill
Site 8
7 1

2

Emplacement

Automatic
Weapons
Reinforced
Concrete
Steel Igloo

Puffin Island
Site 8A
Puffin Island
Site 8A
8 1

1

1

Battle
Allowance
Battle
Allowance
Automatic
Weapons
Steel Igloo
(At Emp.)
Steel Igloo

Steel Igloo

Spruce Cape
Site 15
Spruce Cape
Site 15
Spruce Cape
Site 15

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                     ANNEX A

                Section III - MISCELLANEOUS

    7.  Defense Against Motor Torpedo Boats.

        a.  References.  Site approval for AMTB batteries was given
in Harbor Defense Project, Harbor Defenses of Kodiak, Alaska dated
23 April 1943 as approved by Radio 0701152 from HQ. ADC to Command-
ing General, Ft. Greely, dated 7 May 1943.  War Department letter
17 April 1943, AG 660.2 OB-S-SPDDO-M, Subject:  "Defense of Harbors
Against Motor Torpedo Boats" increased the allowable armament to
present status.

        b.  AMTB Armament Required in Completed Project.
Btry.
Tact.
No.
No.
of
Guns
Cal. &
Model
of Guns
Model
of
Mounts
Emplaced Location Ex-
hibit
No.
7
Puff-
in Is.
2 mo-
bile


2 fixed


90mm.
M1


90mm.
M1


M1A1



T3



Central
storage


Emplaced


Gun 1-X 37,756.64
Y 61,299.37
Gun 2-X 37,726.10
Y 61,273.47
Gun 3-X 37,698.03
Y 61,249.51
Gun 4-X 37,668.74
Y 61,225.09
5A
8
Spru-
ce
Cape
2 mo-
bile


2 fixed


90mm.
M1


90mm.
M1


M1A1



T3



Central
storage


Emplaced


Gun 1-X 44,538.09
Y 69,103.09
Gun 2-X 44,552.87
Y 69,104.04
Gun 3-X 44,566.82
Y 69,177.85
Gun 4-X 44,582.51
Y 69,215.11
5A
        c.  All projected AMTB batteries are completed.

        d.  All lands for AMTB batteries have been procured.  See
Par. 9.

    8.  Protective Concealment.

        a.  Authority for project.  The Corps of Engineers pre-
pared the protective concealment plan for the Harbor Defense as
directed in Par. 9 (a)  AR 100-3.

        b.  Elements covered.  This plan called for the camou-
flage of all of the elements of the Harbor Defense.

        c.  Outline of plan.

              (1)  Fixed batteries.  The general plan of the camou-
                   flage of the three fixed gun batteries is to
                   prepare permanent camouflage which will be last-
                   ing and will completely hide the gun installa-
                   tions.  The use of artificial camoflauge is to
                   be held to a minimum.

                   (A)  The plan is to backfill the magazine
                        completely and to make this backfill
                        irregular and to confirm with the original
                        contours as possible.  The backfill is to
                        be sodded to conform with the surrounding
                        vegetation.

                              - 13 -

(B) Each gun position is to be covered with an imitation rock. This rock is to be a thin shell of pigmented cement irregular in shape with grass and moss growing on it. (C) Only essential roads have been left in the construction plan. (2) 155mm. Gun batteries. The major consideration in camoflauge of these batteries is to conceal and do away with the symmetry of the 4 Panama mounts of each position. (3) AMTB Gun battereis. These two batteries were not covered in original project but are being camoflauged with nets and garlands. They were given as much concealment by their emplacement as possible. (4) Towers. Towers are being painted and the silhouettes broken by the addition of shadow breakers of wood and net. (5) Searchlights and generator houses. These buildings have a low silhouette and are dug-in and backfilled. The generator and searchlight entrances are to have sloping doors or covers made from camoflauge nets and garlands. d. This project is being completed by the Harbor Defense troops. 9. Government-owned and Leased Reservations Listed by Site. a. Site--Soquel Point. (1) 105 acres. (2) Date of procurement: This tract is part of Public Domain by Executive Order No. 8344, dated 12 Feb. 1940. (3) Authority: 5th Ind. from War Department AGO., 11 Dec 1942 to Ltr. HQ. WDC and Fourth Army, Presidio of San Francisco, Calif, file: 660.2 ADC (G-3), subject: "Establishment of Harbor Defense Commands in Alaska:, dated 10 June 1942, with inclosed land maps and descriptions of this site directs that necessary action be taken to attach this site as part of the Harbor Defenses of Kodiak. There is no record of action having been taken to remove this site from Public Do- main. For description and necessary action see Annex H, Page Exhibit No. (4) Purpose: B3/1, S/L's No. 3 & 4. (5) Exhibit No. 6A.
Par. 9 (Cont) b. Site 1A--Narrow Cape (1) 575 acres. (2) Date of procurement: This tract is part of Public Domain, by Executive Order No. 8344, dated 12 Feb. 1940. (3) Authority: 5th Ind. from War Department AGO., 11 Dec 1942 to Ltr. HQ. WDC and Fourth Army, Presidio of San Francisco, Calif, file: 660.2 ADC (G-3), subject: "Establishment of Harbor Defense Commands in Alaska:, dated 10 June 1942, with inclosed land maps and descriptions of this site directs that necessary action be taken to attach this site as part of the Harbor Defenses of Kodiak. There is no record of action having been taken to remove this site from Public Do- main. For description and necessary action see Annex H, Page Exhibit No. (4) Purpose: HDOP No. 1, S/L's No. 1 & 2. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. c. Site 2--Cape Greville. (1) 40 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: B3/2. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. d. Site 3--Cape Chiniak. (1) 70 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: B1/1, B2/2, S/L's No. 5, 6 & 7. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. e. Site 3A--Bald Hill. (1) 31 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: S/L No. 8. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. f. Site 3A--Round Top. (1) 60 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: Group No. 1, SCR-296. (5) Exhibit No. 6A.
Par. 9 (Cont) g. Site 4--St. Peters Head. ) Site 5--Chiniak. ) (1) 250 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". Relinquishment of all homestead entry and acquisition of improve- ments were completed 25 Sept 1943 showing title vested in the United States. (4) Purpose: Batteries No. 1 & 2, B1/2. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. h. Site 6--Midway Point. (1) 77 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: B2/1, S/L's No. 9 & 10. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. i. Site 7--Mansfield Ridge. (1) 0.58 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 28 October 1939. (3) Authority: Executive Order, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands and Water for Naval Purposes", dated 28 October 1939. Dates of relinquishment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: B2/3. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. j. Site 8--Artillery Hill. (1) 175 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 28 October 1939. (3) Authority: Executive Order, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands and Water for Naval Purposes", dated 28 October 1939. Dates of relinquishment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: HDCP, HDOP No. 4, Battery No. 3. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. k. Site 8A--Puffin Island. (1) 6.1 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 28 October 1939. (3) Authority: Executive Order, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands and Water for Naval Purposes", dated 28 October 1939. Dates of relinquishment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: Battery No. 7, S/L No. 11. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. l. Site 9--Gibson Cove Base End (1) 0.5 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 28 October 1939. (3) Authority: Executive Order, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands and Water for Naval Purposes", dated 28 October 1939. Dates of relinquishment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: B2/3. (5) Exhibit No. 6A.
Par. 9 (Cont) m. Site 9--Gibson Cove S/L. (1) 34 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 28 October 1939. (3) Authority: Executive Order, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands and Water for Naval Purposes", dated 28 October 1939. Dates of relinquishment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: S/L's No. 12 & 13. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. n. Sites 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 & 14A. All of Long Island. (1) 1320 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 14 June 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8789, Subject "Revoking in Part Executive Order No. 8344, of 10 Feb 1940 and Reserving Public Lands for the use of the War Deparment". Dates of relinquish- ment of homestead entry and acquisition unknown. (4) Purpose: Group No. 2, Batteries No. 4 & 5, SCR 296, SCR-582, B1/4, B2/4, B3/4, B1/5, B2/5, B2/6, B3/6, S/L's No. 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. o. Site 15-- Spruce Cape. (1) 100 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 14 June 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8789, subject: "Revoking in Part Executive Order No. 8344, of 10 Feb 1940 and Reserving Public Lands for the Use of the War Deparment". Relinquishment of all homestead entry and acquisition of improve- ments were completed 25 Sept 1943 showing title vested in the United States. (4) Purpose: Battery No. 8 B3/5, S/L's No. 19 & 20. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. p. Site 16--Miller Point. ) 16A--Piedmont Point.) (1) 317 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 14 June 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8789, subject: "Revoking in Part Executive Order No. 8344, of 10 Feb 1940 and Reserving Public Lands for the Use of the War Deparment". No Private interests to be acquired. (4) Purpose: Battery No. 6, SCR-296, S/L's No. 21 & 22. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. q. Site 17A--Spruce Island. (South East Portion). (1) 830 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: 29 August 1941. (3) Authority: Executive Order No. 8877, Subject: "Withdrawing of Public Lands for use of the War Department for Military Purposes". No Private interest to be acquired. (4) Purpose: S/L's 23 & 24. (5) Exhibit No. 6A.
Par. 9 (Cont) r. Site 17--Spruce Island. North West Portion). (1) 147 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: This tract is part of Public Domain by Executive Order No. 8344, dated 12 Feb. 1940. (3) Authority: 5th Ind. from War Department AGO., 11 Dec 1942, to Ltr. HQ. WDC and Fourth Army, Presidio of San Francisco, Calif, file: 660.2 ADC (G-3), subject: "Establishment of Harbor Defense Commands in Alaska", dated 10 June 1942, with inclosed land maps and descriptions of this site directs that necessary action be taken to attach this site as part of the Harbor Defenses of Kodiak. There is no record of action having been taken to remove this site from Public Do- main. For description and necessary action see Annex H, Page , Exhibit No. . (4) Purpose: HDOP No. 2. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. s. Site 18--Kizhuyak Point. (1) 307 acres. (2) Date of Procurement: This tract is part of Public Domain by Executive Order No. 8344, dated 12 Feb. 1940. (3) Authority: 5th Ind. from War Department AGO., 11 Dec 1942, to ltr. HQ. WDC and Fourth Army, Presidio of San Francisco, Calif, file: 660.2 ADC (G-3), subject: "Establishment of Harbor Defense Commands in Alaska", dated 10 June 1942, with in- closed land maps and descriptions of this site directs that necessary action be taken to attach this site as part of the Harbor Defenses of Kodiak. There is no record of action having been taken to remove this site from Public Domain. For des- cription and necessary action see Annex H, Page Exhibit No. . (4) Purpose: HDOP No. 3, S/L's 25 & 26. (5) Exhibit No. 6A. 10. Land Acquisition a. For Harbor Defense Lands to be acquired see Annex H.
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