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CIA documents often feature false names of the following main types:

   • pseudonyms: false names used in internal reports and documents
   • aliases: assumed names used in public, sometimes as "covers"

Like the abundant use of "cryptonyms" for people, organizations, and projects, the widespread use of false names in CIA documents can hinder understanding of these records. In many cases, the corresponding true identity is revealed or can be inferred from the public records themselves.

This Pseudonyms & Aliases project gathers those identifications from documents available on this website, providing a handy look-up chart. Source references are provided to corroborate the provided definitions. Bookmark this page for use as you read CIA documents.

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Anderson, EleanorEleanor Reed, SR/6 staffer that debriefed Robert Webster after his return from the USSR during July 1962.
Anderson, JoeAlec Resnick (AMPAL-1), also known as Abe Resnick. Havana station source. Old friend of Lino Hernandez.
Aparicio, LuisDaniel Flores, Spanish-speaker, stationed in Mexico City during 1963 as an intelligence assistant in support of CI operations.
Arehart, Arnold F.Charles E. Flick, chief of the intercept unit in Mexico City during the 1963 period.
Ascham, Robert D.Allen Dulles, Director of the CIA, fired in 1961 after the Bay of Pigs.
Ashmead, HughHugh Ashmead was a pseudonym used by CIA Counterintelligence Chief (CI), James Jesus Angleton.
Astrahan, JaneEvalina S. Vidal. Jane D. Astrahan was a PW officer at JMWAVE in February, 1962, and was the originating officer for a series of dispatches. Robert K. Trouchard (William M. Kent) was the Chief of PW at JMWAVE at this time. [status: Speculative]
Badger, AustinAustin P. Badger was a pseudonym used by Technical Services Division (TSD)/KURIOT Chief, Seymour Russell.
Barton, AlanRudy Enders. Other name that "Barton" was known by was Marvin A. Laurenkus. [status: Probable]
Beckhoff, JamesJames E. Beckhoff was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Henry D. Hecksher. A cable on November 20, 1963, stated that Sambora knew Beckhoff as Henry Boysen. Henry Boysen was an alias used by CIA officer Henry D. Hecksher.
Benadum, Jeremy K.George Frederick Munro
Bickelhaupt, HoraceUnknown identity. According to a dispatch in September, 1962, Horace D. Bickelhaupt had been the CIA's liaison contact with Ernesto Despaigne Perez, head of the AMBUD Military Section. In addition, a cable in March, 1966, stated that Bickelhaupt had been the Case Officer of AMHAM-1 from December, 1963, to July, 1964. [status: Unknown]
Blanco, CarlosJose Joaquin Sanjenis
Bongirno, KeithUnknown identity. Keith G. Bongirno was a CIA operative from at least May 1962, to June, 1970. Bongirno appears to have worked in the KUCAGE division of the CIA (CIA Psychological and Paramilitary Operations Staff). [status: Unknown]
Bradspies, FrederickUnknown identity. According a cable in September 1973, Frederick C. Bradspies was a social contact of prominent anti-Castro Cuban, Laureano Batista Falla (formerly AMPALM-2). A dispatch in October 1975 appeared to indicate that Bradspies was a Chief of Station at a Withheld location. [status: Unknown]
Brent, ThomasThomas A. Brent was probably a pseudonym used by CIA Director, John McCone. [status: Probable]
Cadick, IrvingIrving Cadick was a pseudonym used by CIA operative William ("Rip") Robertson.
Caponong, Alice B.Evalena S. Vidal, PW officer during 1962-63. Worked closely with officers such as David Morales, George Joannides and Bill Kent. [status: Probable]
Capriott, TimothyUnknown identity. Timothy A. Capriott handcarried commos and pouches from JMWAVE to Mexico City, and from Mexico City to JMWAVE, between October and December 1963. Liaised with AMWEE-1 and NIEXIT-3. [status: Unknown]
Carswell, DanielDaniel Carswell was a pseudonym used by CIA operative David L. Christ. Christ was, along with two others, arrested by Cuban Intelligence in Havana in 1960.
Casasin, Thomas BJacques G. Richardson served the CIA in Japan during the period that Lee Harvey Oswald was a radar operator and transferred to Soviet Russia Division prior to when Oswald defected.
Choaden, Michael M.David A. Phillips
Corbuston, Oliver Oliver H. Corbuston was a pseudonym used by CIA officer William M. Kent. Kent also used the pseudonyms Douglas Gupton and George Witner.
Cross, RonRon Cross was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Ross Crozier.
Curtis, Willard C.Winston Scott, Chief of Mexico City Station in the 1960s.
Dahlgren, Harold E.Oliver N. Aimack. CIA Western Hemisphere Division officer who dealt with some matters related to George de Mohrenschildt in Haiti.
Dainold, Chester D.Desmond FitzGerald, chief of Special Affairs Section (SAS) during 1963, the successor group to Bill Harvey's Task Force W.
Damer, BenBen Damer was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Gerald R. Lapsley. It is unclear whether Lapsley was a true name or a pseudonym or alias.
Danbrunt, EustaceEustace Danbrunt was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Thornton Anderson. Anderson was, along with two others, arrested by Cuban Intelligence in Havana in 1960.
Darguzis, Thomas Thomas L. Darguzis was a pseudonym used by Bradley E. Ayers. Assigned to the CIA at JMWAVE in 1963-64 from the U.S. Army. Author of several books on the subject of his CIA placement. Bradley Ayers died in February, 2017, aged 81.
Deconbard, RayUnknown identity. A dispatch in January, 1964, stated that Deconbard was scheduled to be the interpreter for a number of AMBIDDY-1 Orientation programs in that month. [status: Unknown]
Devuono, IrvingGrayston L. Lynch. A dispatch in February, 1962, stated that Irving C. Devuono was the case officer of Roberto Perez San Roman. Furthermore, in two CIA dispatches in 1964, Irving C. Devuono was known as "Lee" to AMLILAC members, AMNUBA-1 and AMHINT-56 (Devuono was a Case Officer of the latter). [status: Probable]
Digerveno, Peter J.Peter J. Digerveno was a pseudonym used by Cuban exile, Emilio Americo Rodriguez. He was also assigned the cryptonym AMIRE-1.
Dorenfest, EdwinUnknown identity. Cables in October, 1965, made it clear that Dorenfest was AMMUG-1's case officer at this time. In addition, Edwin M. Dorenfest met AMSPICE-1 in November, 1965. [status: Unknown]
Easby, Robert L.Alan P. White, the deputy chief at the Mexico City station during 1963-64.
Elmard, Philip G.John Dimmer, last chief of the JMWAVE station, from 1965-1967. [status: Probable]
England, JacobJacob England was an alias used by Jacob (Jake) D. Esterline when meeting William Pawley in March, 1960.
Enzel, Wesley B.Fravel S. Brown, the Chief of Base, JMASH, during the beginning of the sixties. Also known as Jim Brown. Also used the aliases "Jim Smith".
Fagg, Jack T.Thomas O'Ryan, Chief of Station of the Hague in 1958 and later C/WE.
Ferrer, MartinMartin Ferrer was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Raul J. Hernandez. Hernandez worked on the AMWORLD project in 1963, and 1964, with CIA officer, Henry D. Hecksher and Manuel Artime Buesa, amongst others.
Fluteo, LeonLeon C. Fluteo was a pseudonym used by Alvin Bracket. However, it is unclear whether the latter was Fluteo's real name or another pseudonym or alias. Also, a dispatch in August 1964 stated that Leon C. Fluteo was known to AMICE-27 as "Oscar Guerra." [status: Unknown]
Fortson, OliverTony Sforza used Oliver E. Fortson as a pseudonym and Maximo de Cordoba as an alias. [status: Probable]
Freapane, Douglas J.David U. Groves.
Galbond, OliverOliver G. Galbond was a pseudonym used by Colonel J.C. King, Chief of the Western Hemisphere Division, Directorate of Operations, CIA.
Gebaide, WalterWalter H. Gebaide was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Warren E. Frank. [status: Probable]
Gerende, Raymond H.Ramon Joseph Alvarez Durant ran all three photographic basehouses in Mexico City. Also known as LIEMPTY-1.
Gloaden, PeterRichard Long. A memo on March 2, 1966, stated that Paris CIA officer, Richard Long, had the alias of "Dick" in 1962. Also, a memo on March 7, 1966, from Peter M. Gloaden, stated that he (Gloaden) was known as "Dick" to AMLASH-1. [status: Speculative]
Gneiting, CharlesPM case officer Thomas Hewitt. His alias was 'Otto'.
Goelet, HoraceHorace Goelet was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Stanley M. Figolak. It is unclear whether Figolak was a true name or an alias or pseudonym. A memorandum in August, 1963, stated that Goelet/Figolak worked in the Special Affairs Staff (SAS).
Growery, WallaceWallace A. Growery was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Alfonso Rodriguez. In turn, Alfonso Rodriguez was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Earl J. Williamson. [status: Probable]
Guertler, WarrenKarl Rohrer. [status: Probable]
Gussow, DanielCIA Miami based officer, Tony Sforza. A cable on December 5, 1963, stated that Gussow's identity was located in MADR 9866, and that he was a commo instructor. MADR 9866 has information from (Henry J.) Sloman, who was probably Tony Sforza. [status: Probable]
Guymers, Charles S.Serafino Romualdi.
Haltigan, Walter P. James M. Flint was the CIA Chief of Paris Station's Soviet Section during a period of the nineteen sixties.
Hamilton, EdwardEdward J. (or V.) Hamilton was an alias used by CIA officer E. Howard Hunt.
Hannula, ReubenUnknown identity. Reuben A. Hannula used the alias "Fred" or "Fred Folsom" at JMWAVE. Dispatches in April 1964 stated that Hannula was the AMTRUNK case officer. Hannula was a JMWAVE paramilitary (PM). [status: Unknown]
Harrison, E. I.E. I. Harrison was an alias used by Cuban exile Wilfredo Brito. It was also a pseudonym used by CIA's AC/WH/4/PROP - possibly John Tilton. The latter used this pseudonym for at least three years, from August, 1961, to September, 1964. [status: Unknown]
Hawlott, GordonUnknown identity. Gordon R. Hawlott was a JMWAVE CIA officer. A memorandum in March, 1963, has a handwritten note that appears to state that Hawlott was FI (Foreign Intelligence). [status: Unknown]
Hogan, DonGeorge Michael Kappes, also known as Mickey Kappes. Kappes also used the alias Mike Kelley. [status: Probable]
Horsfall, Orville R.Floryan Randolph Karty
Hostynski, CharlesUnknown identity. Charles J. Hostynski was Chief of Base, JMBAR, in Key West during 1962. A dispatch in June, 1962, stated that Hostynski's true first name was identical with the name appearing in the Denver Post article of June 5, 1962, as the CIA's head man in the BARR area. Hostynski's true first name was possibly Max. [status: Unknown]
Hubbell, RobertUnknown identity. A dispatch in June, 1961, from Stanley R. Zamka (David S. Morales) on Robert D. Hubbell's contacts, stated that AMGLAD-2, -3, and -4, and AMDENIM-1, knew Hubbell as Pill (may be something else) Williams. [status: Unknown]
Inghurst, Frederick J.First possibility is Robert S. Moore. [status: Probable]
Jadwin, Thomas K. Bronson Tweedy, he served in the Congo during the period the Agency was plotting the assassination of that country's Prime Minister.
Jentons, Dudley P.J. Deering Danielson
Jervay, ElbridgeUnknown identity. Elbridge O. Jervay signed two dispatches from the Chief of Station, Paris, in July 1963. Therefore, it is possible that Jervay was an pseudonym or alias for John Stent. However, Jervay may have been a pseudonym or alias for another senior CIA officer in Paris. [status: Unknown]
Jobes, BertrandUnknown identity. A June 1962 dispatch stated that the man identified as the CIA head of maritime operations in the Miami area, in an article in the Denver Post on June 3, 1962, was probably Bertrand R. Jobes. It also added that Jobes' true first name was identical with the name in the article, and that he had been associated with the Tejana in early 1961. [status: Speculative]
Johnson, Mary PostPriscilla Mary Post Johnson, now Priscilla Johnson McMillan
Kane, John L.Richard Bissell, DDP who was fired after the Bay of Pigs. [status: Probable]
Kapridno, StuartUnknown identity. Stuart V. Kapridno was exposed to AMAGREE-1, AMICE-27, AMTRUNK-13 and -16, and AMHINT-56 as "Dewey", and was a training instructor. Stuart Kapridno also worked on Operation ZORRO as "Dewey." [status: Unknown]
Karnley, PatrickPatrick I Karnley was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Ken M. Crosby. [status: Probable]
Karokai, LouisLouis N. Karokai was a pseudonym for CIA officer Edwin P. Wilson. A memorandum on Edward K. Moss in May, 1973, stated that Edwin P. Wilson's pseudonym was Louis N. Karokai.
Keator, Eustace C.Rocky Farnsworth [status: Probable]
Keeman, Dr.Robert Kierce, CIA agent in Paris in 1963. It was probably the same Kierce who later reported on David A. Phillips' manuscript in 1975-76, as the then Chief, Special Security Unit, DDO.
Kelly, MickeyMichael Kappes [status: Probable]
Kiggins, Norman D.Robert Wall, a training instructor and case officer. [status: Probable]
Knapman, EdwardEdward D. Knapman was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Warren E. Frank. [status: Probable]
Knight, FletcherFletcher Knight was a pseudonym used by Richard Helms, CIA Deputy Director for Plans in 1963, and a future Director of the CIA.
Kymingham, PeterPeter J. Kymingham was a pseudonym used by Chief of Station, Paris, John Stent. The latter was also known as "Red" Stent.
Langevin, PaulPaul D. Langevin was one of the pseudonyms used by CIA officer David A. Phillips.
Langosch, JosephHarold F. Swenson. Swenson was the CIA's Chief of Special Affairs Staff (SAS)/Counterintelligence (CI) in 1963.
Lavell, Edward P.General Paul Gaynor, head of the Agency's Special Research Staff within the Office of Security during the 1960s.
Ledbetter, WallaceWallace K. Ledbetter was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Calvin Hicks.
Licari, PeterUnknown identity. Peter N. Licari was a CIA officer from at least 1959 until 1961. He may have changed his pseudonym or alias after this time. Licari appeared to work with James Noel and Gerald Droller among others. [status: Unknown]
Lowe, GabeWendell Ullery, TFW/Ops Spt, who answered to William Harvey in 1962. In 1964 he was WH/SA/IO, answering to Bruce Cheever. Another pseudonym was Jerry Ott. [status: Speculative]
Lund, ThomasThomas Lund is a pseudonym for William Broe. Broe was the Chief of the Western Hemisphere Division in 1966 and as of 7/3/67. “Lund” was the Chief of Western Hemisphere Division as of 6/14/67. [status: Probable]
Lynade, Pinckney E.Richard M. Bissell, he was an enduring influence within the Agency that took part in the planning of multiple regime change operations internationally
Magoon, GeoffreyUnknown identity. Two dispatches in June and July, 1962, seem to indicate that Geoffrey E. Magoon was known to William K. Harvey, then Chief, Task Force W, and PASSAVOY (probably Col. Wendell C. Johnson). [status: Unknown]
Manson, Paul J. Al Cox, Chief of Base at JMASH (later JMWAVE) from 1960-1962. Used a number of different pseudonyms and aliases, including Robert Reynolds, Robert Rogers, Robert Davis, Robert Vincent, and Eric D. Rodick, [status: Probable]
Martins, FredFred Martins was an alias used by John P. Hassellstrom.
Masengill, CharlesCal Hicks, who used the pseudonyms of Carl Hitch and Charles F. Masengill, as well as the alias "Frank." and probably "Frank Massengill" and "Clayton Farshtey". Masengill came into contact with Alberto Fernandez Hechevarria, Evelio Duque, Manuel Artime, Ricardo Anibal Morales Navarrete and AMNUBA-1 in the course of his employment in the CIA. [status: Probable]
Matt, Charles W.Chief, WH/4/PM Robert S. Moore during circa 1962. [status: Probable]
Merton, AndrewAndrew F. Merton was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Jack Stewart. [status: Probable]
Mexicano, ElFrancisco Rodriguez Tamayo
Miranda, DiegoDiego Salvador Miranda was a pseudonym used by JMWAVE Chief of Base David Sanchez Morales. Sometimes Dr. S. Miranda was also used for Morales. Note the initials were the same - DSM.
Moughan, J.Possibly WH/SA/IOS O'Neal Alphonso Williams, an Army officer who worked for CIA. [status: Speculative]
Mylechraine, LeeGerald N. Askren. A dispatch in June, 1964, stated that Askren departed on May 8 for Headquarters, after completing a one month TDY covering for Francotte. [status: Speculative]
Nankall, MargaretUnknown identity. JMWAVE Reports Officer from at least 1963 to 1965. [status: Unknown]
Nauman, WillardTFW/SAS officer Earl Williamson. [status: Probable]
Newby, WalterWalter D. Newby was a pseudonym used by CIA officer George E. Joannides.
Noemayr, Harold R.Ross Crozier, contract agent who was terminated during December 1963. He used a variety of pseudonyms and aliases. As Noemayr, he used the alias Roger Fox. He used the pseudonym Arthur G. Vaivada from the late 40s to the late 50s before he switched to Noemayr.
Oberst, Paul E.WH/C/CA during the Bay of Pigs, probably involved in Guatemala coup of 1954. By 1967, he is identified as COG/CA (Cuban Operations Group/Covert Action). [status: Unknown]
Olien, WoodrowWoodrow C. Olien was a pseudonym used by CIA officer and Chief of Havana Station, Cuba, James (Jim) Noel. [status: Probable]
Ordway, William F.General Charles P. Cabell, he was appointed Deputy Director of Central Intelligence during April of 1953.
Ostier, Theodore D.Unknown identity. Theodore D. Ostier appeared in JMWAVE documents in 1962 and 1963. [status: Unknown]
Pachankis, HenryJack Stewart, also known as AMBLINK-1, "Joe", Andrew Merton, Jack Warren, and Vincent Pivall. Henry S. Pachankis acted as interpreter for two courses in January, 1964, as part of AMBIDDY-1's Orientation Program. In addition, a memo in August, 1978, described Pachankis as AMMUG-1's contact in the Miami area, and "a career associate." [status: Unknown]
Pachuke, Dudley J.Stanley M. Moos
Pantleone, Dominick I.C/WAVE/PM Glenn J. (Rocky) Farnsworth during 1961-62. Probably also used the pseudonym Eustace Keator, and the alias Jack Peters.
Papock, OliverUnknown identity. Oliver K. Papock was a JMWAVE Reports Officer from at least 1962 to 1964. Papock and Harold P. Noemayr (Ross Crozier) were due to meet with the intelligence department of the DRE in July, 1962. [status: Unknown]
Parmuth, GregoryGregory D. Parmuth was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Robert Zambernardi.
Pataker, Stewart Unknown identity. Stewart R. Pataker may possibly have been Chief of Station, La Paz, Bolivia, at the end of 1961, and the beginning of 1962. Also, a cable at the end of October 1963, stated that Pataker would replace David Phillips in Pataker's next assignment in Mexico City. [status: Unknown]
Peggins, IrvingIrving N. Peggins was probably a pseudonym used by CIA operative William ("Rip") A. Robertson. Peggins was a case officer of the AMTRUNK project in 1963. Robertson also used the pseudonym Irving Cadick. [status: Probable]
Pineinch, Joyce H.Viola June Cobb. Her alias was Clarinda E. Sharp.
Pirnack, AltonUnknown identity. Alton T. Pirnack used the alias "Larry" over a fairly long period of time. By November 1961, Pirnack was acquainted with AMHAZE-2523 (Carlos Hernandez). [status: Unknown]
Pivall, VincentVincent C. Pivall was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Jack Stewart in the PBSUCCESS operation in Guatemala in the 1950s. [status: Probable]
Playdon, William D.Tracy Barnes, Chief of the Political and Psychological Staff (PP Staff), Directorate of Plans.
Ponchay, AnthonyCIA officer Jacob (Jake) Esterline.
Presland, DanielDaniel M. Presland was a pseudonym used by CIA officer William King Harvey. Harvey was Chief of Task Force W from 1962 to 1963.
Purcell, SusanAnn Egerter, a key coordinator within CI/SIG (Counter Intelligence, Special Intelligence Group).
Raynock, NelsonNelson L. Raynock was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Henry D. Hecksher.
Rebholtz, HenryEvalena S. Vidal. A cable in April, 1963, stated that Henry P. Rebholtz was the FORDC PW Case Officer. In addition, a PRQ Part II on AMRAZZ-1 (Joaquin Godoy y Solis), in May, 1963, stated that Rebholtz was one of his case officers and was known to him as "Mr. Bell." [status: Speculative]
Reelfoot, AlanAlan W. Reelfoot was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer, and JMASH Chief of Base, Raymond J. O'Mara.
Reichhardt, BernardBernard E. Reichhardt was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Ken M. Crosby. [status: Probable]
Renard, NicholasUnknown identity. A cable in September, 1962, stated that Renard and Andrew F. Merton (probably Jack Stewart) had carried out surveillance in Mexico City to ensure Henry J. Sloman (Tony Sforza) and AMSTRUT-2 were not being followed. AMSTRUT-1 introduced Renard as "Fred." [status: Unknown]
Reuteman, AndrewAndrew K. Reuteman was a pseudonym used by Theodore (Ted) Shackley, CIA officer and JMWAVE, Chief of Station, from 1962-1965.
Riggs, Robert W.Anne Goodpasture, the aide-de-camp of Mexico City station chief Win Scott.
Rodriguez, AlfonsoAlfonso L. Rodriguez was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Earl J. Williamson. [status: Probable]
Rubash, HenryUnknown identity. Henry J. Rubash was described in two Progress Reports in 1966 (although there appears to be problems with the correct dates) as a PW. In addition, a Progress Report in July, 1968, said Rubash was a CA. [status: Unknown]
Safely, Harold Harold Safely was an alias used by CIA officer Harold Swenson.
Scheider, JosephJoseph Scheider was a pseudonym used by Sidney Gottlieb, chief of the CIA's Technical Services Division (TSD).
Scorgory, GeorgeGeorge D. Scorgory was a pseudonym used by Anthony L. Sileo, Assistant Attache at the U.S. Embassy in Havana in 1958. Sileo later worked for the CIA in its operations against the Cuban regime of Fidel Castro.
Shoquist, LewisCharles Anderson III, who ran LIENVOY for a period of time in its early years. Anderson also used the alias Carlos Andrews.
Short, Stannard K.Seymour Bolten. Described as the head of covert action branch, PP and psychological warfare branch during MONGOOSE in 1962 by Sam Halpern. [status: Probable]
Shryock, Clyde K.Thomas Hazlett in Mexico City, also used the alias Bill Mannix.
Slingland, DonaldUnknown identity. Donald P. Slingland was a security officer at JMBARR in 1962. In a dispatch in June, 1962, Cesar Diosdado reported that he had a "wonderful working relationship" with Slingland, and that if they continued to work together, they could do a "tremendous job" for the CIA. [status: Unknown]
Sloman, HenryHenry J. Sloman was a pseudonym used by Miami CIA officer Anthony (Tony) Sforza. [status: Probable]
Smeryage, Clarence E.Tom Clines [status: Probable]
Smith, AlJulio G. Garcia, the training instructor for the "Black Falcons" or "Halcones Negros". Had the cryptonym of AMCHEER-1, also referred to as "D-81" and "C-90".
Sparks, Ernest W.Carl Jenkins, C/WH/4/PM in early 1960, Chief of Base at JMTRAV, the ground training base in Guatemala, from September-December 1960, and then overall liaison officer for JMATE on behalf of the Chief of Station for Guatemala. He was also known by the nicknames "Ernie", "Bernie", and "Sitting Bull".
Stockwood, PaulRobert Owen. A memo on March 2, 1966, stated that Paris CIA officer, Robert Owen, had the alias of "Roberto" between 1962 and 1965. Also, a memo on March 7, 1966, from Peter M. Gloaden, stated that Paul K. Stockwood was believed to have used "Roberto" as an alias (although it was not known for sure). [status: Speculative]
Suchara, VictorUnknown identity. A dispatch in September, 1962, on the DRE included a report by Suchara (FI), whose source was Jose Angel Lozano y Lozano (probably AMHINT-58). Also, a cable on December 7, 1963, stated that JMWAVE case officer Victor T. Suchara was travelling under the alias "Charles Alwicker." [status: Unknown]
Taransky, EdmundEdmund Taransky was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Walter E. Szuminski. Szuminski and three other operatives were arrested by Cuban Intelligence in Havana in 1960.
Tattersfield, JamesBob Simon. An article by former CIA paramilitary officer, Rudy Enders, in August, 2010, stated that "Bob Simon was a former Navy underwater demolitions team (UDT) officer and a product of Massachusetts Maritime Academy." [status: Speculative]
Tenney, CalJane Roman, liaison for Jim Angleton's CI office. [status: Probable]
Terteling, Spencer O.Bernard Barker, a colleague of Howard Hunt. Spencer O. Terteling and AMCLATTER-1 are one and the same. The cryptonym AMCLATTER-1 has been definitively identified as Bernard Barker.
Tharpe, MarthaMargaret Forsythe [status: Speculative]
Thyfault, Paula K.Possibly used by Jim Noel in Havana in 1960, and possibly used at JMWAVE in 1961 and continuing until at least 1965. Thyfault was described in 1961 as "Chief of Base" and also as an FI officer. [status: Speculative]
Tichborn, EdwardEdward G. Tichborn was a pseudonym used by Henry Preston Lopez, also known as Hank Lopez. 201-253203. Bilingual since childhood.
Toomey, PhilipWilliam Kent. He had many other pseudonyms and aliases, including Robert Trouchard, Oliver Corbuston, Douglas Gupton, George Witner, "Thompson" and more.
Trouchard, RobertRobert K. Trouchard was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer William M. Kent. Other psuedonyms and aliases include Oliver Corbuston, Douglas Gupton, George Witner and "Phil".
Twicker, WalterWalter C. Twicker was a pseudonym used by CIA officer E. Howard Hunt.
Vaivada, Arthur G.Ross Crozier, contract agent who was terminated during December 1963. He used a variety of pseudonyms and aliases. As Noemayr, he used the alias Roger Fox. He used the pseudonym Arthur G. Vaivada from the late 40s to the late 50s before he switched to Noemayr. [status: Unknown]
Valentino, RudyDC/SR/6/Support Rudy Balaban, Soviet Russia (SR) staff. Balaban was involved in the debriefing of Robert Webster upon his return from the USSR a few weeks before Oswald. Also used the alias Valentinov.
Vandeborn, HobartJMWAVE officer Grayston Lynch, retired from the Army and became active in the Bay of Pigs and infiltration/exfiltration operations afterwards with Rip Robertson [status: Probable]
Veausell, KennethUnknown identity. Kenneth L. Veausell was a long standing CIA officer, working from at least 1959 until 1972. [status: Unknown]
Vedder, BruceUnknown identity. Bruce P. Vedder was Chief, Psychological Warfare (PW) at JMWAVE from at least July 1964, to October 1966. [status: Unknown]
Weldrake, AnthonyUnknown identity. In February, 1963, Irving N. Peggins asked Weldrake to interview AMLEO-3 on AMTRUNK target personalities. Furthermore, a cable on November 15, 1963, noted that Weldrake would act as cutout to AMLEO-3 on a operational visit to Mexico. [status: Unknown]
Whiting, Harold S.Frank G. Wisner, he was a lawyer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, and a high ranking CIA official that led the Office of Policy Coordination in the nineteen forties, a media article reports he "masterminded the (Agency's) successful anti-Communist coup in Guatemala in 1954", and Wisner operated during the nineteen sixties under State Department cover.
Wibalda, WilliamRobert Wall, trainer and case officer of media commentator Luis Conte Aguero. [status: Probable]
Wiesinger, CharlesRene Dubois, also known as Ray Dubois. He also used the alias Ray Adams.
Windecker, TheodorePossibly Tom Clines. AMHAZE-2523's PRQ Part II in November, 1961, stated that Theodore Windecker was known as "Clarence" to the former. [status: Probable]
Yasuinas, NigelUnknown identity. A dispatch in January, 1964, stated that Yasuinas was the interpreter for Tattersfield's two courses on UDT. In addition, a dispatch in January, 1968, stated that Nigel P. Yasuinas was exposed to AMHINT-56 as "Marty." [status: Unknown]
Zaboth, James D.Carl Jenkins. [status: Probable]
Zamka, Stanley R.David Morales.
Zannettos, PhilipDavid Morales. Philip S. Zannettos was the Authenticating Officer and/or originator of a series of cables on Operation Tilt in June, 1963. Andrew K. Reuteman (Theodore/Ted Shackley) was the Releasing Officer. [status: Probable]
Zeephat, TheodoreUnknown identity. A memorandum in November, 1968, noted that Zeephat met AMCORE-2 while wearing a disguise, and using the alias "John Kennington." [status: Unknown]

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