CIA Cryptonyms: AV

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram AV. Bigrams are used to group cryptonyms into sets related to a particular category, based on characteristics such as geographic location (AM => Cuba) or other methods of grouping (KU => organizations of the CIA itself).

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AVDigraph for operations and assets in Uruguay.
AVALANCHEMontevideo Police Department. Philip Agee claimed in his book, Inside the Company: CIA Diary, that AVALANCHE was the cryptonym for the Montevideo Police Department. It was apparently a liaison service between Montevideo Police and the CIA's Montevideo, Uruguay, Station. [status: Probable]
AVALANCHE-6Unknown identity. A cable on November 23, 1963, stated that AVALANCHE-6 was a Uruguayan police official (probably based in the capital, Montevideo). [status: Unknown]
AVANTUnknown identity. A dispatch in March of 1961 stated that AVANT was the CIA Montevideo stations' KUCAGE (CIA Psychological and Paramilitary Operations Staff) principal agent. [status: Unknown]
AVBUZZ-1Unknown identity. Described in an early January 1962 CIA cable as the Montevideo's Station Principal CA Agent. [status: Unknown]
AVBUZZ-11Dr. Hada Rosete. A cable on October 29, 1963, from Montevideo, requested that IDEN be assigned AVBUZZ-11 (First two letters were redacted). Another cable on the same day stated that IDEN was a Dr. The first cable referred to AVBUZZ-11 as a female. [status: Probable]
AVCELT-1Unknown identity. AVCELT-1 was recruited in 1961 to be a courier for the CIA's intelligence net in Cuba. AVCELT-1 was a withheld diplomat. [status: Unknown]
AVENGEFULTelephone tapping operation by the CIA's Montevideo Station. AVENGEFUL was the source for a cable on November 23, 1963. It involved a telephone call to the Cuban Embassy in Montevideo. [status: Probable]
AVOIDANCEUnknown identity. Courier for the CIA Montevideo Station telephone-tapping operation. [status: Probable]

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