|Last Updated:||June 1, 2004|
|Subordinate To:||Yugoslavian military|
The main activity of this facility was the training of officers in the Yugoslavian Army in particular technical skills that appear to have included CW knowledge.  This facility was the source of published work on organophosphorous compounds and the reactivation of cholinesterases in the late 1960s.  It is possible that this facility served as an open cover for scientists and engineering personnel engaged in the Yugoslavian CW program. 
 B. Boskovic, M. Maksimovic, D. Minic, "Ageing and reactivation of acetylcholinesterase inhibited with Soman and its thiocholine-like analogue," Biochemical Pharmacology 17 (8) (August 1968), pp. 1738-41; M. Maksimovic et al.,
 "In vitro and in vivo reactivation of cholinesterases inhibited by highly toxic organophosphorous compounds," Croatica chemical acta 40 (1968), pp. 195-199;
 The Problem of Chemical and Biological Warfare: Volume II. CB Weapons Today (Stockholm: SIPRI, 1973), p. 249.