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Cryptonym: FJPASTIME

Definition:
FJPASTIME was the cable indicator for military support flights.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

https://www.archives.gov/files/iwg/declassified-records/rg-263-cia-records/second-release-lexicon.pdf

CIA document: Research Aid: Cryptonyms and Terms in Declassified CIA Files Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Disclosure Acts: Page 28: ..."Term: FJPASTIME. Definition: Cable indicator for military support flights..."

104-10169-10141: R R, DISPATCH FJPASTIME/AELADLE FULL TEXT OF TITRE/SS'S REPLY TO OUR QUESTIONS

01/15/62: Dispatch from COS, Withheld to Chief, WE: "Attached is full text of TITRE/11's reply to our questions, the gist of which was submitted in reference. Where there is any apparent variation between reference and this text, the former should be consulted, since TITRE/11 supplemented his written report with oral comments to Lund. The items in quotes are the allegations on which further information was desired. Following this are TITRE/11's own comments plus questions which he suggests be put to AELADLE. Thomas W. Lund."

104-10183-10294: CABLE RE ONE VLADIMIR RODRIGUEZ LAHERA, AKA VICENTE RAMIREZ LOPEZ, AGED 27, DEFECTED HALIFAX 21 APRIL

04/22/64: Cable from Ottawa to Director (Note: (REDACTION), Hutchison, Gerri, handwritten with line toward Routing): Slugline FJPASTIME PBRUMEN: "1. One Vladimir Rodriguez Lahera, AKA Vicente Ramirez Lopez, aged 27, defected Halifax 21 April. 2. Subject claims be Cuban Intelligence officer, Interior Ministry. Entered Canada Cuban diplomatic passport D/64/39 which he describes as 'issued for illicit travel.' He carrying as well ordinary Cuban passport No. 22369. Also has in his possession 'number of other documents which he states are for delivery to agents.' 3. Subject states was captain Cuban Army 1959-1961. Also claims travel to Mexico March 1964 to hold intelligence meetings. 4. Subject's wife Luisa Rodriguez, apartment 4, Intre 21, Morro Cojimar, Havana. Wife's aunt Caridad Timoneda, 252 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, Florida. Brother-in-law Pable Rodriguez, 2852 West 20th Street, New York City. 5. Above represents all info received from Halifax to date except that subject wants to go PBPRIME (U.S.). (REDACTION) asking priority traces. 6. Deferring KUMUFF review pending receipt further information. 7. Advise soonest."

https://www.cia.gov/readingroom/docs/GAST%2C%20HEINZ%20WILHELM%20PAUL_0008.pdf

09/21/64: Cable from Berlin: Slugline CABEZONE FJPASTIME CALL CATIDE CAMOG: REF FRAN 9181 IN 76701: Silvia Shcueler and brother interviewed briefly for area information by BOB (Berlin Operating Base) staffer 28 August 64. No BOB interest at time..."

104-10218-10032: KOSTIKOV, VALERIY VLADIMIROVICH, 201-305052

02/26/70: Cable: Slugline RYBAT REDTOP AEMIDRIFF FJPASTIME: REF: MEXICO CITY 2557 (IN 031735): "1. Per ref, AEMIDRIFF continued review of photos with HQs debriefer and LITEMPO-14. Review of 83 photos (including wives) during 20 and 21 February sessions provides following highlights in addition to other information which was already known: Valentin Bakulin: Chief of one of AEGRIP sections. Experience in Latin America from prior tours Brazil and Argentina. Lev Golouzov: Works under Bakulin (which tends confirm AEGRIP status previously suspected). While drunk and nasty, informed AEMIDRIFF she being sent home. Sergey Provorov: Works under Bakulin. AEGRIP...Vladimir Makarov: Not certain, but probably AEGRIP. However, frequently accompanies Bolshakov. Appears cold and cruel..."

104-10219-10005: [RESTRICTED]

04/26/78: Cable to Director: Slugline WNINTEL FJPASTIME: "1. On 25 April 1978 Ramon Joseph Alvarez Durant (201-119523) walked into U.S. Embassy and offered his services to RTACTION. He was interviewed by U.S. Embassy political officer (not station officer) and reported that he was recruited by IDEN A in 1955 at University of the Americas and worked for RTACTION until 1969. His pseudo was IDEN B. After reading article in 17 April 1978 issue of Time he decided to offer his services to RTACTION once again. Álvarez is currently a partner at local restaurant. 2. Station file on Alvarez was destroyed shortly after his termination in 1970. Index card indicates that he was recommended for re-use. Request HQs summary of Alvarez 201 file and his previous duties for RTACTION. 3. File: 201-119523."

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Gavin McDonald

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