CIA Cryptonyms: CA

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram CA. 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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CABBAGE-1Unknown identity. A memo in May, 1961, stated that CABBAGE-1 was arrested on March 18, 1961 in Cuba, and was a contact of Bobby Geddes. C-1 was a CIA contact inside Cuba, and was a member of the Unidad Revolucionaria (UR). [status: Unknown]
CAINFERThe declassified CIA Files on Nazi and Japanese Imperial Government war crimes stated that CAINFER-1 was the cryptonym for Werner Goettsch.
CAJEEP-2Rolland C. Swanson. A cable on April 10, 1961, stated that CAJEEP-2 was IDEN. A cable the same day stated that IDEN was Rolland C. Swanson.
CALLCALL was the cable indicator for West German foreign intelligence.
CALLIGERISCarlos Castillo Armas, the titular leader of the overthrow of President Arbenz of Guatemala in 1954.
CALLIKAKCALLIKAK was the CIA cryptonym for the mail and telephone intercept program established by the U.S. Army after the Second World War.
CAMANTILLACAMANTILLA was the American Friends of Russian Freedom. This group would resettle in Germany or prepare for immigration to the US anyone of interest to the clandestine services, but primarily defectors or ex-agents.
CAMOGThe declassified CIA Files on Nazi and Japanese Imperial Government war crimes stated that CAMOG was the cable indicator for operations and support activities in Munich not related to the BND.
CANDARE-3Unknown identity. CANDARE-3 was probably a West German CIA asset. [status: Unknown]
CANDICuban intelligence service clandestine drop in Mexico City
CAPRICE-1Possibly Oscar Mendoza Concepcion. Cuban intelligence agent, stationed in the Cuban embassy. [status: Speculative]
CARAVELCARAVEL was a cryptonym for the former Abwehr and SS officer, Paul Dickopf.
CARROTExfiltration operation in 1961, designed to rescue members of the Escambray Libre (EL) forces in the Sierra Maestra after the capture of their leader Plinio Prieto.
CARTThe declassified CIA Files on Nazi and Japanese Imperial Government war crimes stated that CART was the cable indicator for counterespionage investigation reports.
CASAILORAnti-Castro sailors working through the Hamburg office of the CIA. [status: Probable]
CASAILOR-25CIA source who left Cuba in mid-1963 after time as prisoner at the Isle of Pines [status: Unknown]
CATHINKCATHINK was the cryptonym for the Collection Division, Collection and Dissemination Battalion, 513th Military Intelligence Group.
CATIDECATIDE was a cryptonym for the West German Foreign Intelligence Service (BND).
CAVATACAVATA was the cryptonym for the West German LfV, which were the Field Offices of the BfV (Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Internal Security Service).
CAWHISPERCAWHISPER was a cryptonym for the LfV, which were the Field Offices of the BfV (Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Internal Security Service) in West Germany.

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