CIA Cryptonyms: EM

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

Return to Main Crypts Page


Click on one of the 2-letter links below to switch to a different set of crypts starting with that bigram. Click a triangle to the left of a crypt id to expand more information. Click on the crypt name itself to go to the crypt's full page.


AE  AL  AM  AV  BE  CA  CI  DE  DI  DM  DT  EC  EM  ER  ES  EV  FJ  FU  GP  GU  HT  HU  HY  JM  KL  KM  KU  LC  LI  LN  MH  MK  OD  PB  QD  QJ  QK  QU  RE  SK  SL  SM  ST  UN  WI  WO  WS  WU  ZR  OTHER 

or View all crypts 

EM

EMDigraph for operations and assets in the Dominican Republic. [status: Probable]
EMANTHEM-1I. Irving Davidson, public relations officer. [status: Speculative]
EMARGOSYAn operation in the Dominican Republic in 1966, related to the US invasion. [status: Probable]
EMBARB-1Unknown identity. A dispatch in August 1965 reported that EMBARB-1, along with Teofilo Babun and Luis Humberto Vidana Guasch, were acting as the go-betweens for General Imbert's Junta in the Dominican Republic and the recruiting of Cuban exiles in Miami. [status: Unknown]
EMDECK-4Agent at the center of the planning for the assassination of Rafael Trujillo in 1962. [status: Unknown]
EMDEEDDelivery of pistols, carbines, submachine guns and ammo from the CIA to the Dominican Republic for the purpose of assassinating Rafael Trujillo in 1961. [status: Probable]
EMFENCE-2Amadeo Barletta, Jr., manager of General Motors in Santo Domingo, and was formerly manager of Ambar Motors in Havana.
EMGEM-1Colonel Jacinto Martinez, army colonel in charge of military activities, northern sector of Dominican Republic, including Puerto Plata.
EMGRILL-1EMGRILL-1 was probably Juan Bosch, President of the Dominican Republic from February to September of 1963. [status: Probable]
EMSHAM-1Vladimir Secen. A memo in December of 1970 described Secen as an occasional source of information for the CIA on Caribbean matters between 1963 and 1966. [status: Probable]
EMSUMACPossibly a Dominican Republic intelligence agency. [status: Speculative]

© Mary Ferrell Foundation. All Rights Reserved. |Site Map |MFF Policies |Contact Us