CIA Cryptonyms: QU

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram QU. 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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QUDigraph for operations and assets in Spain. Sometimes connected to Spanish related assets in Cuba. [status: Probable]
QUANTUMSpanish Government liaison with anti-Castro groups and individuals. [status: Probable]
QUANTUM-50Unknown identity. QUANTUM-50 appears to have informed Manuel Artime (AMBIDDY-1) about the location of his father in Cuba in around June 1964. [status: Unknown]
QUANTUM-51Possibly Jaime Caldevilla. A member of the Spanish embassy in Havana throughout the sixties until he was ejected in 1966 for assisting US intelligence. [status: Speculative]
QUANTUM-55Unknown identity. QUANTUM-55 was an acquaintance of Blanca Martinez de Hoya, AMSPELL National Coordinator for Civil Resistance. Martinez in turn was a personal friend of AMCOG-3, Ramon Grau San Martin. [status: Unknown]
QUDOZEUnknown identity. According to a March, 1966 cable, QUDOZE was a member of the Cuban Embassy in Madrid, and he was described as a "usually reliable source and his information is believed to be accurate."
QUGROWL-2Unknown identity. QUGROWL-2 was an asset/agent/source of the CIA Madrid Station from at least September, 1964, to April, 1968. [status: Unknown]
QUGROWL-4Gaston Baquero. A cable from on December 5, 1963, stated that a Cuban journalist in line 3 paragraph 1 was QUGROWL-4, a Madrid Station asset. The reference was WAVE 8447. A cable on December 3, 1963, citing this reference mentioned Gaston Basquero in line 3, paragraph 1.
QUGROWL-8Unknown identity. A cable in October of 1964 described QUGROWL-8 as a "highly respected MRR member." Q-8 was female. [status: Unknown]
QUHOPS-1Jose Luis Gonzalez Gallarretta, an AMLASH operative that provided Rolando Cubela with a telescopic rifle, a silencer, and other equipment designed for the assassination of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro.
QUMALT-1Odon Alvarez de la Campa, foreign relations secretary for the Cuban government beginning in November 1960, taking over from Reynol Gonzalez (AMCALL-1). He later defected to the US in Madrid in 1964.
QUOTAProbably the Spanish Direccion General de Seguridad (DGS-Directorate General of Security). A cable on March 21, 1966, stated that QUOTA and the QUOTA Project were the source of paragraph 2 of the Information Intelligence Cable, which mentioned the DGS. [status: Probable]
QUSPORT-1Bichi Bernal, Cuban military attache in Japan who was recruited by the CIA and then defected.
QUSPOT-2Jorge Carlos Robreno Marieguez (AMLASH-2). A cable in October of 1964, mentioning QUSPOT-2, had the name Jorge Carlos Marieguez handwritten at the bottom, with AMLASH-1's 201 number, and also what appears to be the mistaken 201 number of AMLASH-2. [status: Probable]
QUSWIFT-1Earl Williamson, Chief of Madrid Station in the nation of Spain [status: Probable]
QUSWIFT-7Miguelina Teurbe-Tollon Collado, nicknamed "Tota", a woman in Paris that worked with the AMLASH group after her partner was killed in a Cuban prison.
QUWEBDebriefing center in Spain.

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