ANNEX  B

                         FIRE CONTROL

    1.  General

        a.  Terrain.  The height of cliff lines has made possible
the use of dug-in type observation stations in most cases.
Towers were used only in the wooded areas.  Fire control sites
have enough height of site to make use of DPF's.

        b.  Visibility.  Weather conditions permit the use of
visual instruments normally at ranges of approximately fifteen
thousand yards.

        c.  Radar.  Small islands and mountainous terrain made 
necessary the locating of surveillance radar some distance from 
the Harbor Defense Command Post.  The battery radars were located
near the batteries.  The radars seaward operation not being
impaired by landmask.

    2.  Orientation Data.

        a.  Surveys for the Harbor Defense were made by the
Harbor Defense troops using the USC and GS net for a basis.  The
grid used is the Special Lambert Projection and is placed on all
exhibits of Annex B.  All azimuths are given from grid south.

        b.  Coordinates of Elements of the Harbor Defense.
Station Location Exhibit No. Coordinates Ht.
HDCP Site 8
Artillery Hill
2A, 19B   250 ft.
 
HDOP No. 1 Site 1A
Narrow Cape
2A, 20B X 43,130.43
Y 20,780.48
187 ft.
Inst.
HDOP No. 2 Site 17
Mount Herman
2A, 21B X 42,276.37
Y 81,401.59
330 ft.
Inst.
HDOP No. 3 Site 18
Kizhuyak Point
2A, 22B X 24,800.31
Y 80,897.54
316 ft.
Inst.
HDOP No. 4 Site 8
Artillery Hill
2A, 19B X 35,157.06
Y 62,482.22
248 ft.
Inst.
SCR-582 Site 11
Deer Point
2A, 23B X 49,975.52
Y 63,378.45
245 ft.
Ant.
Group No 1
CP & OP
Site 3A
Round Top
2A, 24B X 54,547.98
Y 42,792.32
336 ft.
Inst.
Group No 2
CP & OP
Site 11
Deer Point
2A, 23B X 49,975.52
Y 63,378.45
242 ft.
Inst.
Met.
Station
Site 14A
Point Curto
2A, 25B X 47,746.00
Y 63,145.00
128 ft.
DP
Tide
Station
Site 14A
Cooks Bay
2A, 26B  
 
 
Signal
Station
Site 3
South Cape
2A, 27B X 55,836.00
Y 44,462.00
140 ft.
 



        c.  Coordinates of Batteries and Elements.

            (1)  Battery No. 1 (Const. No. 403)
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 4
St. Peters Head
2B, 28BX 53,221.98
Y 45,303.31
Trun.
119 ft.
BC
 
Site 4
St. Peters Head
2B, 28BX 53,250.86
Y 45,271.10
Inst.
140 ft.
B1/1
S1/1
Site 3
South Cape
2B, 27BX 55,842.74
Y 44,506.06
Inst.
152 ft.
B2/1
S2/1
Site 6
Midway Point
2B, 29BX 48,030.35
Y 45,343.43
Inst.
267 ft.
B3/1
S3/1
Site 1
Soquel Point
2B, 30BX 52,286.44
Y 37,256.81
Inst.
155 ft.
SCR
296
Site 3A
Round Top
2B, 24BX 54,516.93
Y 42,786.21
Ant.
366 ft.


            (2)  Battery No. 2 (Const. No. F 42-5)     
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 5
Chiniak Point
3B, 31BX 51,750.49
Y 44,599.74
115 ft.
 
BC
 
Site 5
Chiniak Point
3B, 31BX 51,532.86
Y 44,627.32
Inst.
129 ft.
B1/2
S1/2
Site 5
Chiniak Point
3B, 31BX 51,532.86
Y 44,627.32
Inst.
129 ft.
B2/2
S2/2
Site 3
South Cape
3B, 27BX 55,846.33
Y 44,507.75
Inst.
148 ft.
B3/2
S3/2
Site 2
Cape Greville
3B, 32BX 55,676.97
Y 41,002.05
Inst.
169 ft.


            (3)  Battery No. 3 (Const. No. F 42-6)     
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 8
Buskin Hill
4B, 33BX 34,935.72
Y 62,166.80
78 ft.
 
BC
 
Site 8
Buskin Hill
4B, 33BX 34,828.73
Y 62,073.29
Inst.
153 ft.
B1/3
S1/3
Site 9
Gibson Cove
4B, 34BX 36,240.98
Y 63,693.07
Inst.
228 ft.
B2/3
S2/3
Site 7
Mansfield Ridge
4B, 35BX 33,220.23
Y 60,484.98
Inst.
154 ft.


            (4)  Battery No. 4 (Const. No. F 42-4)     
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 11
Deer Point
5B, 23BX 50,239.51
Y 63,420.92
162 ft.
 
BC
 
Site 11
Deer Point
5B, 23BX 50,010.21
Y 63,392.75
Inst.
210 ft.
B1/3
S1/3
Site 11
Deer Point
5B, 23BX 50,010.21
Y 63,392.76
Inst.
225 ft.
B2/3
S2/3
Site 10
Burt Point
5B, 36BX 46,537.30
Y 60,573.50
Inst.
105 ft.
VB1/4
(B3-S3)
Site 14
Point Head
5B, 37BX 49,338.31
Y 65,336.06
Inst.
191 ft.


Par. 2 (Cont.)
            (5)  Battery No. 5 (Const. No. 296)
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 12
Castle Bluffs
6B, 38BX 50,580.10
Y 64,445.97
Trun.
117 ft.
BC
 
Site 12
Castle Bluffs
6B, 38BX 50,475.84
Y 64,274.35
Inst.
188 ft.
B1/5
S1/5
Site 13
North Cape
6B, 39BX 51,750.35
Y 64,528.49
Inst.
117 ft.
B2/5
S2/5
Site 10
Burt Point
6B, 36BX 44,535.66
Y 60,576.10
Inst.
110 ft.
B3/5
S3/5
Site 15
Spruce Cape
6B, 40BX 44,398.45
Y 69,605.04
Inst.
150 ft.
SCR
296
Site 12
Castle Bluffs
6B, 38BX 50,299.24
Y 64,211.87
Ant.
210 ft.



            (6)  Battery No. 6 (Const. No. 404)
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 16
Miller Point
7B, 41BX 42,978.22
Y 71,216.46
Trun.
140 ft.
BC
 
Site 16
Miller Point
7B, 41BX 42,800.75
Y 71,171.62
Inst.
199 ft.
B1/6
S1/6
Site 16
Miller Point
7B, 41BX 42,800.75
Y 71,171.62
Inst.
208 ft.
B2/6
S2/6
Site 14
Point Head
7B, 37BX 49,335.83
Y 65,353.06
Inst.
196 ft.
VB1/6
(B3-S3)
Site 13
North Cape
7B, 39BX 51,746.45
Y 64,528.72
Inst.
122 ft.
SCR
296
Site 16A
Piedmont Point
7B, 42BX 43,342.32
Y 70,664.55
Ant.
186 ft.



            (7)  Battery No. 7 (AMTB)
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 8A
Puffin Island
8B, 43BX 37,712.38
Y 61,261.86
65 ft.
 



            (8)  Battery No. 8 (AMTB)
StationLocationExhibit No.CoordinatesHt.
DP
 
Site 15
Spruce Cape
9B, 44BX 44,560.07
Y 69,159.02
60 ft.
 
     3.  Harbor Defense and Group Fire Control Elements.

         a.  Harbor Defense Command Post.
         
             (1)  HDCP is located on Site 8, Artillery Hill, Ft.
                  Greely.  Exhibit No. 19B.

             (2)  This CP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in, bomb-
                  proof structure, was completed 30 Dec 1943.

             (3)  There is no observation station as part of the
                  structure of this building.

             (4)  The fire control switchboard for Ft. Greely is
                  within this structure.

             (5)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

         b.  Harbor Defense Observation Post No. 1.

             (1)  HDOP No. 1 is located on Site 1A, Narrow Cape.
                  Exhibit No. 20B.

             (2)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                  splinter-proof structure, was completed 17 Nov
                  1943.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 3 and communications to act as an
                  emergency base end station.

             (4)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

         c.  Harbor Defense Observation Post No. 2.

             (1)  HDOP No. 2 is located on Site 17, Spruce Island.
                  Exhibit No. 21B.

             (2)  This OP, a 50-foot, single-level, wooden tower,
                  was completed 4 Dec 1943.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 4 and communications to act as an
                  emergency base end station.

             (4)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

         d.  Harbor Defense Observation Post No. 3.

             (1)  HDOP No. 3 is located on Site 18, Kizhuyak
                  Point.  Exhibit No. 22B.

             (2)  This OP, a 27-foot, single-level, wooden tower,
                  was completed 20 Dec 1943.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 4 and communications to act as an
                  emergency base end station.

             (4)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.





         e.  Harbor Defense Observation Post No. 4.

             (1)  HDOP No. 4 is located on Site 8, Artillery Hill,
                  Ft. Greely.  Exhibit No. 19B.

             (2)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, splinter-proof, 
                  dug-in structure, was completed 30 Dec 1943.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 3 and communications to act as an OP for
                  HDCP.

             (4)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

         f.  SCR-582.

             (1)  This surveillance radar is located on Site 11,
                  Deer Point, Ft. Tidball, Long Island.  Exhibit
                  No. 23B.

             (2)  This station is a 45-foot, two-level wooden
                  tower completed 8 Dec 1943.  The SCR occupies
                  the lower floor with Group No. 2 CP and OP on
                  the upper floor.

             (3)  This station is equipped with an SCR-582 and is
                  under the direct command of the Harbor Defense.

             (4)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

         g.  Group No. 1.

             (1)  Group No. 1 is located on Site 3A, Round Top,
                  Ft. J. H. Smith.  This group consists of
                  Batteries No. 1 and No. 2.  Exhibit No. 24B.

             (2)  Group No. 1 CP and OP is a 50-foot, single-level
                  wooden tower completed 17 Nov 1943.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 4.

             (4)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

         h.  Group No. 2.

             (1)  Group No. 2 is located on Site 11, Deer Point,
                  Ft. Tidball, Long Island.  This group consists
                  of Batteries No. 4 and No. 5.  Exhibit 24B.

             (2)  Group No. 2 CP and OP is located in a 45-foot
                  wooden tower completed 8 Dec 1943.  The group
                  CP and OP occupies the upper floor with the
                  surveillance radar for the Harbor Defense on
                  the lower.

             (3)  This station is to be equipped with an M1 DPF,
                  class 3.

             (4)  No gas-proofing is authorized.





         i.  Meteorological Station.

             (1)  The Harbor Defense Meteorological Station is
                  located on Site 14A, Point Curto, Ft. Tidball,
                  Long Island.  Exhibit No. 25B.

             (2)  This station is a dug-in, splinter-proof,
                  reinforced concrete building completed 8 Dec.
                  1943.

         j.  Tide Station

             (1)  This station is located on Site 14A, Cooks Bay
                  Dock, Ft. Tidball, Long Island.  Exhibit No. 26B.

             (2)  This cottage type wooden building was completed 
                  22 Dec. 1943.

             (3)  The tide gauge for this station is of local
                  construction.

             (4)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

         k.  Signal Station.

             (1)  Harbor Defense Signal Station is located on Site
                  3, South Cape, Ft. J. H. Smith.  Exhibit No. 27B.

             (2)  This is a cottage type building of reinforced 
                  concrete completed in 1942.

             (3)  There is a signal station operated by the Navy
                  on Spruce Cape.  Exhibit No. 40B.

             (4)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

         l.  Lands for Harbor Defense and Group Elements.

             (1)  For acquisition of land needed see pages 1,3,4,5, of
                  Annex H.  For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.

      4.  Post telephone System.

          a.  The post telephone system exists on Ft. Greely only
and is connected to the Harbor Defense Administrative net by
trunk lines.  For administrative lines see Exhibit NO. 16B.

      5.  Teletype.

          a.  No teletype is authorized for the Harbor Defense.

      6.  Radio Communications Net.

          a.  Reference.  Radios for the Harbor defense are based
on TO & E 4-260-1, dated 11 April 1944.  Special allowances are given
this Harbor Defense by 8th Ind. from WD, AGO, Washington 25, DC.,
Subject:  "Harbor Defense Radio Equipment", dated 8 March 1944, file
F 413.44 (23 Aug 43) OB-S-E to Ltr. HQ, WDC & Fourth Army, Subject:
"Harbor Defense Radio Equipment", dated 23 Aug 1943, file 660.2 HD
Gen (CA)

          b.  For radio net see Exhibit No. 15B.

          c.  For equipment on hand or needed see Cost Estimate and
Priority Guide, Appendix II.




       7.  Battery Fire Control Elements.

           a.  Battery No. 1 (Const. No. 403), Ft. J. H. Smith is
an element of Group No. 1.

               (1)  This is a 2-gun, 8-inch barbette battery
                    located on Site 4, St. Peters head.  Exhibit
                    No. 2B.

               (2)  Emplacement plan is that for a standard emplace-
                    ment for non-casemated 8-inch guns.  The follow-
                    ing revision was made;  a lower floor was added
                    with same dimensions of the standard floor.
                    This provides space for storage and troop
                    housing.  Exhibit No. 28B.

                    (A)  This structure was completed 24 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (3)  Battery Command Station is located on top of the
                    emplacement magazine.  Exhibit No. 28B.

                    (A)  This CP is a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure and was completed
                         24 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (4)  Plotting and Spotting Room plan is that of a
                    standard 8-inch battery built to include the fire
                    control switchboard room for Ft. J. H. Smith,
                    Exhibit No. 28B.

                    (A)  This reinforced concrete, dug-in station was
                         completed 24 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (5)  B1/1, S1/1 is located on Site 3, South Cape.
                    Exhibit No. 27B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two-level, reinforced concrete,
                         dug-in, splinter-proof structure was com-
                         pleted 24 Dec 1943.  B1/1, S1/1 occupies
                         the upper floor with B2/2. S2/2 on the lower.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/1. S2/1 is located on Site 6, Midway Point,
                    Exhibit No. 29B.

                    (A)  This OP, a 60-foot wooden tower, was com-
                         pleted 17 Nov 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.




Par. 7, a (Cont.)

               (7)  B3/1, S3/1 is located on Site 1, Soquel Point.
                    Exhibit No. 30B.

                    (A)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure was completed 24
                         Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (8)  Baselines.  Exhibit No. 2B.

                    B1 S1 to B2 S2 -- 7857.14 yds.  Azimuth 96.12
                    B1 S1 to B3 S3 -- 8074.58 yds.  Azimuth 26.13
                    B2 S2 to B3 S3 -- 9138.26 yds.  Azimuth 33.24

               (9)  Radar.  This battery has one SCR-296 located
                    on site 3A, Round Top.  Exhibit No. 24B.

              (10)  For acquisition of lands needed see page 2 of
                    Annex M.  For acquired lands see Par 9, Annex A.

           b.  Battery No. 2 (Const. No. F 42-5), Ft. J. H. Smith is
an element of Group No. 1.

               (1)  This is a 4-gun, 155mm, battery located on Site
                    5, Chiniak Point.  Exhibit No. 3B.

               (2)  The emplacement consists of 4 Panama mounts and
                    was completed in Sept 1942.  Exhibit No. 31B.

               (3)  The Battery Command Station is located on Site
                    5 in the vicinity of the guns.  Exhibit No. 31B.

                    (A)  This CP, a reinforced concrete, cottage
                         type station, was completed in Sept 1942.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (4)  The Plotting and Spotting Room for this battery
                    is located on Site 5 in the vicinity of the guns.

                    (A)  This building is a reinforced concrete, 
                         cottage type structure and was completed in 
                         Sept 1942.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.



               (5)  B1/2, S1/2 is located on Site 5 approximately
                    300 yards from the BC Station.  Exhibit No. 31B.

                    (A)  This reinforced concrete, cottage type
                         station was completed in Sept 1942.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/2. S2/2 is located on Site 3, South Cape.
                    Exhibit No. 27B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two-level, reinforced concrete,
                         dug-in, splinter-proof structure was com-
                         pleted 24 Dec 1943.  B2/2, S2/2 occupies
                         the lower level with B1/1. S1/1 on the
                         upper.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (7)  B3/2. S3/2 is located on Site 2, Cape Greville.
                    Exhibit No. 32B.

                    (A)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         cottage type structure was completed in
                         Sept 1942.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.


               (8)  Baselines.  Exhibit No. 3B.

                    B1 S1 to B2 S2 -- 4399.59 yds.  Azimuth 272.25
                    B2 S2 to B3 S3 -- 3509.79 yds.  Azimuth   2.77

               (9)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.


           c.  Battery No. 3 (Const. No. F 42-6), Ft. Greely.  This
is a separate battery under the command of the Harbor Defense.

               (1)  This is a 4-gun, 155mm. battery located on Site
                    8, Buskin Hill.  Exhibit No. 4B.

               (2)  The emplacement consists of 4 Panama mounts
                    completed in October 1942.  Exhibit No. 33B.

               (3)  The Battery Command Station is located on Site 8
                    in the vicinity of the guns.  Exhibit No. 33B.

                    (A)  This CP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure, was completed 17
                         Nov 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.



Par. 7, c (Cont.)

               (4)  The Plotting and Spotting  Room is located in the
                    vicinity of the guns. Exhibit No. 33B.

                    (A)  This building is a liminated wood structure
                         partly backfilled and was completed 30 Dec
                         1943.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (5)  B1/3, S1/3 is located on Site 9, Gibson Cove, Ft.
                    Greely.  Exhibit No. 34B.

                    (A)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure, was completed 17
                         Nov 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/3, S2/3 is located on Site 7, Mansfield Ridge,
                    Ft. Greely.  Exhibit No. 35B.

                    (A)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure, was completed 17
                         Nov 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (7)  Baseline.  Exhibit No. 4B.

                    B1 S1 to B2 S2 -- 4406.45 yds.  Azimuth 43.28

               (8)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.

           d.  Battery No. 4 (Const. No. F 42-4), Ft. Tidball, Long
Island is an element of Group No. 2.

               (1)  This is a 4-gun, 155mm. battery located on Site
                    11, Deer Point, Long Island.  Exhibit No. 5B.

               (2)  The emplacement consists of 4 Panama mounts and
                    was completed 14 Oct 1943.  Exhibit No. 23B.

               (3)  The Battery Command Station is located on Site 11,
                    Deer point to the rear of the guns.  Exhibit No.
                    23B.

                    (A)  This CP, a 36-foot, two-level, wooden tower,
                         was completed 8 Dec 1943.  The BC Station
                         occupies the lower floor with B1/4, S1/4 on
                         the upper.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.



Par. 7, d (Cont.)

               (4)  The Plotting and Spotting Room for this battery
                    is located on Site 11, Deer Point, Long Island.
                    Exhibit No. 23B.

                    (A)  This building is a liminated wood structure
                         that is partly backfilled and was completed 
                         9 Feb 1944.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (5)  B1/4, S1/4 is located on Site 11, Deer Point,
                    Long Island.  Exhibit No. 23B.

                    (A)  This OP, a 36-foot, two-level, wooden tower,
                         was completed 8 Dec 1943.  B1/4, S1/4
                         occupies the upper floor with BC Station No.
                         4 on the lower.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/4, S2/4 is located on Site 10, Burt Point,
                    Long Island.  Exhibit No. 36B.

                    (A)  This OP, is a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure of two levels.
                         B2/4, S2/4 occupies the lower floor and
                         B2/5, S2/5 the upper.  This station was
                         completed 8 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (7)  VB1/4 (B3 S3) is located on Site 14, Point Head,
                    Long Island.  Exhibit No. 37B.

                    (A)  This OP, a reinforced concrete, dug-in,
                         splinter-proof structure of two levels was
                         completed 8 Dec 1943.  VB1/4 occupies the 
                         lower floor with B2/6, S2/6 on the upper.
                         
                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M1
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (8)  Baselines.  Exhibit No. 5B.
               
                    B1 S1 to B2 S2 -- 4473.18 yds.   Azimuth 50.93
                    VB1/4 is used as a vertical base station to
                    fire to the north.
                    DF to VB1/4 -- 2134.70 yds.  Azimuth 155.03

               (9)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.



           e.  Battery No. 5 (Const. No. 296), Ft. Tidball, is an
element of Group No. 2.

               (1)  This is a 2-gun, 6-inch battery and is located 
                    on Site 12, Castle Bluffs, Long Island.  Ex-
                    hibit No. 6B.

               (2)  Emplacement plan is that for a standard em-
                    placement for 6-inch BC guns, model M1 and was
                    completed 8 Dec 1943.
                    
                    (A)  The fire control switchboard for Ft. Tid-
                         ball is located in this emplacement.
                         
                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (3)  Battery Command Station is located on Site 12,
                    to the right of the guns.  Exhibit No. 38B.

                    (A)  This CP, a 50-foot, one-level, wooden
                         tower, was completed 8 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (4)  The Plotting and Spotting Room for this battery
                    is located in the emplacement.

               (5)  B1/5, S1/5 is located on Site 13, North Cape.
                    Exhibit No. 39B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two-level, reinforced concrete,
                         dug-in, splinter-proof structure, was
                         completed 8 Dec 1943.  B1/5, S1/5 occupies 
                         the lower floor with VB1/6BC on the upper.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/5, S2/5 is located on Site 10, Burt Point,
                    Long Island.  Exhibit No. 36B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two-level reinforced concrete, 
                         splinter-proof structure, was completed 8
                         Dec 1943.  B2/5, S2/5 occupies the upper
                         floor with B2/4, S2/4 on the lower.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (7)  B3/5, S3/5 is located on Site 15, Spruce Cape.
                    Exhibit No. 40B.

                    (A)  This OP, a single level, 72-foot wooden
                         tower, was completed 23 Nov 1943.
                         
                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.



Par. 7, e (Cont.)

               (8)  Baselines.  Exhibit No. 6B.

                    B1 S1 to B2 S2 -- 6543.27 yds.  Azimuth  52.84
                    B1 S1 to B3 S3 -- 8934.31 yds.  Azimuth 124.63
                    
               (9)  This battery has an SCR-296 located on Site 12,
                    Castle Bluffs, Long Island.  Exhibit No. 38B.
                    
                    (A)  This OP was installed 17 Oct 1943.
                    
                    (B)  Range and Azimuth to Battery DP:
                         365.63 yds.  Azimuth 230.19.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

              (10)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.


           f.  Battery No. 6 (Const. No. 404), Ft. Abercrombie.
This is a separate battery under the command of the Harbor 
Defense.

               (1)  This is a 2-gun, 8-inch battery and is located 
                    on Site 16, Miller Point.  Exhibit No. 7B.

               (2)  Emplacement plan is that for a standard em-
                    placement for non-casemated 8-inch guns.
                    Exhibit No. 41B.

                    (A)  This structure was completed 30 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (3)  Battery Command Station is located on Site 16
                    in rear of the battery.  Exhibit No. 41B.

                    (A)  This CP is a two-level, 50-foot wooden
                         tower with the BC Station on the lower
                         floor and B1/6, S1/6 on the upper.  It
                         was completed 30 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (4)  The Plotting and Spotting Room plan is that of 
                    a standard 8-inch battery built to include the 
                    fire control switchboard room for Ft. Abercrombie.
                    Exhibit No. 41B.

                    (A)  This reinforced concrete, dug-in station was
                         completed 30 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  For gas-proofing see Annex F.

               (5)  B1/6, S1/6 is located on Site 16 in rear of the
                    battery.  Exhibit No. 41B.

                    (A)  This OP, is a two-level, 50-foot wooden
                         tower with B1/6, S1/6 on the upper floor 
                         and the BC Station on the lower.  This
                         station was completed 30 Dec 1943.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (6)  B2/6. S2/6 is located on Site 14, Point Head,
                    Long Island.  Exhibit No. 37B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two level, reinforced concrete, 
                         dug-in, splinter-proof structure was
                         completed 8 Dec 1943.  B2/6, S2/6 occupies
                         the upper level with VB1/4 on the lower.
                         
                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 3.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (7)  VB1/6 (B3/6, S3/6) is located on Site 13, North 
                    Cape, Long Island.  Exhibit No. 39B.

                    (A)  This OP, a two-level, reinforced concrete,
                         dug-in, splinter-proof structure, was
                         completed 8 Dec 1943.  VB1/6 occupies the
                         upper level with B1/5, S1/5 on the lower.

                    (B)  This station is to be equipped with an M2
                         DPF, class 2.

                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

               (8)  Baselines.  Exhibit No. 7B.
               
                    B1 S1 to B2 S2    -- 8,750.02 yds.  Azimuth 311.68
                    B1 S1 to VB1/6(B3)--11,142.43 yds.  Azimuth 306.60
                    
                    VB1/6(B3, S3) is so placed as to act as a vertical
                    base for firing to the south-east.

               (9)  Radar.  This battery has one SCR-296 located on
                    Site 11A, Piedmont Point.  Exhibit No. 42B.
                    
                    (A)  This OP was installed 17 Nov 1943.
                    
                    (B)  Range and Azimuth to battery DP:
                         661.19 yds.  Azimuth 146.59.
                                        
                    (C)  No gas-proofing is authorized.

              (10)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.

           g.  Battery No. 7 (AMTB), Ft. Greely.  This is a separate 
battery under the command of the Harbor Defense.

               (1)  This is a 4-gun, 90mm. battery located on Site
                    8A, Puffin Island.  Exhibit No. 43B.
                    
                    (A)  The emplacement consists of two fixed gun
                         plugs with fixed guns and two mobile guns.
                         It was completed 11 Feb 1944.

               (2)  This battery has no projected observation stations.
               
               (3)  This battery is to be equipped with an M1 range
                    finder.
                    
               (4)  The BC station for this battery is located two
                    hundred yards to the west of the guns.  Exhibit No.
                    43B.


Par. 7, g (Cont.)

                    (A)  This CP, a wooden, single-level, cottage
                         type structure of local design, was com-
                         pleted in Feb. 1944.
               (5)  This battery is to have an SCR-593 and SCR 547.
               
               (6)  No gas-proofing is authorized.
               
               (7)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.

           h.  Battery No. 8 (AMTB), Ft. Greely.  This is a separate 
battery under the command of the Harbor Defense.

               (1)  This is a 4-gun, 90mm. battery located on Site
                    15, Spruce Cape.  Exhibit No. 44B.
                    
                    (A)  The emplacement consists of two fixed gun
                         plugs with fixed guns and two mobile guns.
                         It was completed 30 Dec 1943.

               (2)  This battery has no projected observation stations.
               
               (3)  This battery is to be equipped with an M1 range
                    finder.
                    
               (4)  The BC station for this battery is located 100
                    yards to the north of the battery.  Exhibit No.
                    44B.

                    (A)  This CP, a wooden, two-level, cottage type
                         structure of local design, was completed 
                         in Nov. 1943.
                         
               (5)  This battery is to have an SCR-593 and SCR 547.
               
               (6)  No gas-proofing is authorized.
               
               (7)  No land acquisition is needed for this battery.
                    For acquired lands see Par. 9, Annex A.






























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    8.  Datum Points.
       
        a.  Datum Points for the orientation of the harbor Defense
are shown on Exhibit No. 10B.

        b.  Tabulation giving location of Datum Points and
stations from which used.
No.Location Stations From Which Used
1 Lamb Island HDOP No. 3
2 Orient Point,
Whale Island
HDOP No. 3
3 Uzinki Point,
Spruce Island
BC Station No. 6, B1/6
4 North Cape,
Spruce Island
HDOP No. 2
5 Ostrof Point,
Spruce Island
BC Station No. 6, B1/6, B2/6, B3/5,
VB1/4 (B3/4)
6 South Point,
Spruce Island
BC Station No. 6, B1/6, B3/5
7 Hannin Rocks B2/6, VB1/4 (B3/4)
8 Williams Reef HDOP No. 2, Group No. 1 CP, B1/1,
B2/1, B2/2, BC Station No. 4,
B1/4, VB1/4 (B3/4), BC Station
No. 5, B1/5, B3/5, B2/6, VB1/6
(B3/6)
9 Kodiak Rocks Group No. 2 CP, BC Station No. 4,
B1/4, BC Station No. 5, B1/5,
VB1/6 (B3/6)
10 Deer Point Rocks,
Long Island
Group No. 1 CP, BC Station No. 4,
B1/1, B2/1, B2/2, B2/4, B2/5
11 Inner Humpback
Rocks
BC Station No. 1, BC Station No. 2,
B1/2, B1/3, B2/3
12 St. Pauls Rocks BC Station No. 3, B1/3, B2/3
13 Puffin Island HDOP No. 4, BC Station No. 3
14 Outer Humpback
Rocks
HDOP No. 4, Group No. 1 CP, Group
No. 2 CP, BC Station No. 1, B1/1,
B2/1, BC Station No. 2, B1/2. B2/2,
BC Station No. 3, B1/3, B2/3, B2/4,
BC Station No. 5, B2/5.
15 Isthmus Cove HDOP No. 4, BC Station NO. 1, BC
Station No. 2, B1/2. B2/4, B2/5
16 Chiniak Rocks Group No. 2 OP, BC Station No. 4,>br> B1/4, BC Station No. 5, B1/5, VB1/6 (B3/6), B3/2
17 Cape Greville B3/1
18 Ugak Island HDOP No. 1, B3/1, B3/2
19 Gull Point, Ugak Bay HDOP No. 1
     9.  For acquired lands see par. 9 Annex A.  For lands to be
acquired see Annex H.
     
    10.  Radar Equipment.
    
         a.  The following tabulation shows radar sets authorized the
Harbor Defenses


Type Location Primary
Assign-
ment
Secondary
Assign-
ment
Height
of
Ground
Height
of
Antenna
Ex-
hibit
No.
582Site 11
Deer Point
Harbor
Defense
  200 ft. 245 ft. 11B
23B
296Site 3A
Round Top
Battery
No. 1
Battery
No. 2;
310 ft. 366 ft. 12B
24B
296Site 12
Castle
Bluffs
Battery
No. 5
Battery
No. 4;
120 ft. 210 ft. 13B
38B
296Site 16A
Piedmont Pt
Battery
No. 6
Battery
No. 5;
130 ft. 186 ft. 14B
42B
547Site 8A
Puffin Is.
Battery
No. 7
  45 ft. 54 ft. 43B
547Site 15
Spruce Cape
Battery
No. 8
  60 ft. 69 ft. 44B
        b.  Authorities.
     
            (1)  Site approval and number of SCR's 582 and 296 was
given in Local Board Proceedings Harbor Defenses of Kodiak dated 20
August 1942 as approved by 1st Ind. from Hq. WDC and Fourth Army,
Presidio of California, dated 6 Nov 1943, to ltr. from ADC, Fort
Richardson, Alaska, file:  (660.2, 10 Sept. 1942) subject:  "Project
Report, harbor defenses of Kodiak".  SCR's 547 were approved by
War Department radio 030748Z dated 3 Feb. 1944.

        c.  All radar equipment has been installed with the execep-
tion of one SCR-547 which is authorized as a spare for the Harbor
Defense.

   11.  Harbor Defense Roads.

        a.  All projected roads have been completed.