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Cryptonym: AMAKA-1

Definition:
One of the radio men working on the AMTRUNK personnel during November, 1963.
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10215-10221: DISPATCH:AMTRUNK PROGRESS REPORT, PERIOD 1-30 NOVEMBER 1963

12/17/63, dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Special Affairs Staff: "During the December operation, one of the radio operators, AMAKA-1, would accompany AMICE-14 and the two boatmen, AMTRUNK-7 and AMTRUNK-8, on the Boston Whaler to provide rapid communications between the AMTRUNK infil/exfiltration area and JMWAVE. The other radio operator, AMAGREE-1, would begin tradecraft training with AMTRUNK-13 in early December to prepare for a January infiltration...In preparation for December, AMICE-14, AMAKA-1, AMTRUNK-7 and AMTRUNK-8 received maritime refresher training and ran additional tests on the 16 foot, 7 inch Boston Whaler during the week of November 25."

104-10247-10367: DISPATCH: TRADECRAFT TRAINING EVALUATIONS OF AMTRUNK TEAM MEMBERS

12/20/63 report from Elmer D. Shapiro, Chief, Training Branch to Chief, PM Branch, JMWAVE, attn: Mr. Joseph Webster (Irving N. Peggins) (note: aka Rip Robertson): From 12/2/63 to 12/23/63, Andrew Parmers aka Angel Martin conducted a training in Clandestine Methods and Techniques - members of the training group included AMAKA-1, AMICE-14, AMAGREE-1, AMTRUNK-8 and AMTRUNK-13.

104-10216-10148: DISPATCH:TRANSMITTAL OF OPERATIONAL PLAN FOR AMTRUNK VII

1/22/64 dispatch on AMTRUNK: AMAKA-1 used the alias "Antonio Garcia".

104-10216-10314: DISPATCH: SUBJECT - AFTER ACTION REPORT

10/26/64 dispatch, from Chief of Station, JMWAVE to Deputy Chief, WH/SA: "The four-man infiltration team (of Operation AMTRUNK IX) was made up of AMAGREE-1, the team leader; AMAKA-1, radio operator; and AMTRUNK-16 and AMTRUNK-20, guides."

104-10225-10009: CIA FILE ON ( )SHELL-5.

12/15/66 dispatch from Chief of Station, JMWAVE to Chief, WOBONE: AMAKA-1 is identified as 201-355647 and IRD #55103.

Contributors:
Bill Simpich

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