CIA Cryptonyms: KU

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

KUDivisions of the CIA itself.
KUBARKCIA.
KUCAGECIA Psychological and Paramilitary Operations Staff.
KUCLUBCIA Office of Communications.
KUCURLSpecial Operations Division, formed in late 1962. [status: Probable]
KUDESKCounter Intelligence (CI) division of CIA.
KUDOVEClandestine services of CIA, used synomymously with the work conducted under the leadership of the Deputy Director of Plans.
KUFIREIntelligence. A cable in February of 1954 stated that Twicker (Howard Hunt) replaced Langtry as KUGOWN (Psychological and Paramilitary Staff) Chief, and had arrived to be KUFIRE Chief.
KUFULGENTRelated to DTDORIC [status: Unknown]
KUGOWNPsychological and Paramilitary Staff. Related to Operation KUGOWN, a propaganda effort designed to inform on the extent communism had infiltrated Guatemala following the 1954 overthrow. KUGOWN was later changed to KUWOLF.
KUHOOKCIA Paramilitary Operations Staff.
KUJAZZThe CIA Office of National Estimates.
KUJUMPThe Domestic Contact Division, also known as the Domestic Contact Service during the 1960s. Also known as the Office of Operations, or "OO", as well as other titles. Responsible for soliciting domestic sources for foreign intelligence information.
KUKNOBThe declassified CIA Files on Nazi and Japanese Imperial Government war crimes stated that KUKNOB was the CIA Office of Scientific Intelligence (OSI).
KULAMPUnknown identity. In cables between 1964 and 1966, KULAMP was mentioned in regard to AMBARB-54 and Robert K. Brown. [status: Unknown]
KULOOKDomestic Collections Division
KULYNXKULYNX was possibly the cryptonym for a CIA meteorological branch, perhaps including a Map Library Division, or general cartographical element. [status: Speculative]
KUMONKCIA Office of Political Analysis (OPA).
KUPALMSystem of electronic records, including a biographic registry.
KURIOTCIA Technical Services Division (TSD).
KUROARTraining Branch. [status: Probable]
KUSODACIA Office of Security.
KUTUBEForeign Intelligence (FI) division of CIA.
KUTUBE/DCIA "Staff D" responsible for SIGINT (Signals Intelligence - electronic intercepts), where the ZR/RIFLE "executive action" (assassination) program was housed.
KUTWINKUTWIN was the cryptonym for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the CIA.
KUVESTUnknown identity. KUVEST was possibly some sort of CIA funding organization or mechanism. [status: Speculative]
KUWOLFPsychological and Paramilitary Staff. Replaced the earlier name, KUGOWN.

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