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Security personnel must patrol SCP-186 every two weeks; any anomalous phenomena observed within the security perimeter must be documented and reported to the Research Director.
No identifications of personnel are successful, as all identifying documents and insignia had been removed prior to Foundation containment.
02/19/1959: Following the formation of a large sinkhole in the northeastern portion of SCP-186, four men are observed wandering the immediate area in a state of extreme disorientation, dressed in what are later identified to be severely decomposed and degraded World War I-era military uniforms of both German Empire and Russian issue.
Due to the age of the materials and the potential for deterioration, all access to these documents must be approved by the Site-23 Archivist and handled per their instructions.
All instances of SCP-186-1 are to be secured in the munitions wing of Site-23.
In July of 1917, an armed engagement between a detachment of approximately 500 German soldiers and the remnants of a Russian division scattered during the German counterattack to the Kerensky Offensive took place at the location of SCP-186.
Decomposition occurs on an extremely accelerated time scale, and area is completely cleared of trees and other plant life within two weeks.01/13/1927: Despite temperatures consistently at -15°C, no snow is visible throughout central portion of site.
area, is to be closed to the public under the auspices of a habitat restoration initiative for the European bison.SCP-186-1 consists of recovered weaponry dating from the initial containment of SCP-186 in 1917, and includes the following: Historical records indicate that the German detachment involved in the Battle of Husiatyn Woods, at the behest of a Hungarian military advisor named Mátyás Nemeş, specifically pursued the group of Russian forces in retreat, which at the time included French scientist Dr. Based on documents of the era since suppressed by the Foundation, it is believed that these two individuals are responsible for the development and limited manufacture of SCP-186-1, and had attached themselves to opposing sides of the Eastern Front for the express purpose of deployment of these weapons in a combat setting.area in the southwestern portion of SCP-186 experiences a spontaneous die-off of trees.Description: SCP-186 is the site of an unrecorded military engagement occurring from 7/24/1917 to 8/13/1917 between elements of the Imperial German Army and forces of the Russian provisional government as part of the larger conflict of World War I, and the continuing effects resulting from its aftermath.This conflict came to be known to its participants as the Battle of Husiatyn Woods in surviving accounts.An automated security perimeter is to be established, monitored by staff at Remote Site-355.