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Cryptonym: KUWOLF

Definition:
Psychological and Paramilitary Staff. Replaced the earlier name, KUGOWN.
Status:
Documented
Sources:

Research Aid: Cryptonyms and Terms in Declassified CIA Files Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Disclosure Acts, p. 37.

https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-fnv36Q98jYtxh5D0/Research Aid %5BCryptonyms And Terms In Declassified CIA Files%5D#page/n35/mode/2up

104-10102-10273: TRANSMITTAL OF NEWS ARTICLES

Permission has been obtained for re-publication of news articles if Headquarters feels they can be exploited by KUWOLF.

104-10188-10447: REVIEW OF LIFEAT AND LIENVOY PROJECTS BY KUTUBE/OPS

Early Oct. 1963, Paul Levister, KUTUBE/OPS: There were two KUWOLF officers at the Mexico City station during the autumn of 1963.

104-10100-10224: TDY TRAVEL TO MEXICO/POSSIBLE INTEREST IN PUBLICATION

Oct 21, 1963 memo indicates that one of the KUWOLF officers in Mexico City was apparently Choaden/David Phillips. "HQs proposed Huyette and KUWOLF QKOPERA case officer Keith J. Baster TDY (temporary duty) MEXI." A copy of this memo also went to LCPIPIT, which may have been Huyette's station in France. Station sees two publishing entities in competition. "Ops possibilities are considerable."

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Bill Simpich

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