CIA Cryptonyms: DE

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram DE. 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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DE

DEDigraph for operations and assets in Italy or Italian related. Sometimes linked to the Americas.
DEBACONUnknown identity. A dispatch in October of 1960 stated that DEBACON was based in Venice and was "thoroughly acquainted (with the) Trieste picture." [status: Unknown]
DEGRIP-1Dr. Benedotte Regnetta, an Italian, and Director of the Latin American Delegation of the FIAT Company. A memorandum in December, 1961, stated that Regnetta held a constructive meeting with a delegation of anti-Castro Cubans in Miami. Regnetta was also an old resident of Mexico, and he offered to make available his financial and diplomatic contacts to the Cuban POW committee. The memo also mentioned that Regnetta was conducting negotiations with the Government of Cuba at that time. [status: Speculative]
DELORRYUnknown identity. DELORRY was an Italy based CIA agent. A cable in March of 1965 stated that it was Rome Station's view that DELORRY had "long-range potential, also outside Cuban ops." [status: Unknown]
DEPIGRAMSource and spotter for the Corsicans. In 1960, a CIA official recommended that he be "eliminated" - "cut out of the operation" after choosing QJ-WIN. [status: Unknown]
DESIGNET-1Unknown identity. In late December 1963, DESIGNET-1 spent four days with Adelxo (sp) Scalera in Miami after leaving Mexico. [status: Unknown]
DEVIGILCIA station in Italy. [status: Probable]
DEVISTA-1DEVISTA-1 was possibly either Carlo Coccioli or Luigi de Marchi. DEVISTA-1 was described as a "Italian leftist-known journalist" in an October 1963 cable. [status: Speculative]

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