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Record: RANGOON, BURMA, ----- -----
Sources: CIA Box 7, Folder 50 (MMF 1483-1488)
In Oct 1968 CIA in Far East wanted to discuss something with a man in Bougainville, New Guinea, whose daughter was married to a Burma Air Force pilot and lived in Rangoon. The man was probably an ex-CIA agent 201-073217. His daughter was planning to leave Rangoon and the man seemed reluctant to accept work for CIA even though he had worked for them in Vietnam for two years and the Vietnamese had awarded him the National Palm Medal of Honor.

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