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AbbotCvijeta Job, referred to as "Comrade Job" by a Yugoslavian intelligence operative.
Aimonet, FloydPossibly Raymond J. Swider, DC/WH/1 in May of 1973. According to notes by Dan Hardway, Swider worked in Cuban operations at Mexico City station from September, 1963, until July, 1965. [status: Speculative]
Ainsworth, MarkUnknown identity. Mark T. Ainsworth worked in KUSODA (CIA Office of Security) in the 1950's. [status: Unknown]
Aleccia, NathanielR. B. Santiago, WH/C/FI/IO in July of 1965.
AlexFidel Castro. The history of this code name is unknown. Fidel also used the code name ALEJANDRO. It's well-established that Castro's middle name is Alejandro. It is conceivable that it was given to him by the CIA - or that members of the CIA learned about it and used it for their own purposes in the process of creating the legend around Lee Harvey Oswald.
Alpher, PhilipPhilip L. Alpher was a pseudonym for David L. Christ.
Altman, OliverOliver B. Altman was a pseudonym used by Justin O'Donnell. A cable on October 26, 1960, stated that the identity of Oliver B. Altman followed. A cable the same day stated that the identity was Justin O'Donnell.
Alvarez, JavierManuel Artime
Ambacher, Martin Martin R. Ambacher was possibly an alias for David S. Morales in August of 1954. [status: Speculative]
Anaclario, DanielDaniel R. Anaclario was probably a pseudonym for Bronson Tweedy. [status: Probable]
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, FernandoFernando C. Aparicio was an alias for Matthew S. Beigneu. Beigneu's true name is unknown.
Aparicio, LuisDaniel Flores, Spanish-speaker, stationed in Mexico City during 1963 as an intelligence assistant in support of CI operations.
Archbold, TimothyUnknown identity. Timothy M. Archbold was a CIA officer in Mexico City from at least February of 1969 to 1971. [status: Unknown]
Arehart, Arnold F.Charles E. Flick, chief of the intercept unit in Mexico City during the 1963 period.
Aretz, WilmerWilmer R. Aretz was possibly a pseudonym for Arthur Avignon, Deputy Chief of Station (DCOS), Havana, in the early 1960's. [status: Speculative]
Arville, RichardUnknown identity. Richard F. Arville was involved in Operation PBFORTUNE in Guatemala in 1953. Arville was probably Chief, DTROBALO (Fort Clayton, Panama), in July of 1953. [status: Unknown]
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. He also used the alias John Stone.
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]
Aumont, PeterUnknown identity. Peter R. Aumont approved two Field Information Reports by C. S. Mullerin in 1955 and 1956 from Mexico City. [status: Unknown]
Aycall, JamesUnknown identity. James O. Aycall worked on the LIMITED and LIFEAT projects in Mexico City during the latter half of the 1950's. [status: Unknown]
Bachardy, TheresaProbably either N. Perkins, WH/1, or W. J. Kaufman, Chief/WH/1. [status: Probable]
Badger, AustinAustin P. Badger was a pseudonym used by Technical Services Division (TSD)/KURIOT Chief, Seymour Russell.
Bagaus, HowardUnknown identity. A dispatch on December 9, 1970, stated that the previous REDTOP (CIA Soviet Division) case officer, Bruce H. Fernald, introduced the new case officer, Howard T. Bagaus, to LIEMPTY-9, -13, and -14, in early December. [status: Unknown]
Banasiak, OrrinUnknown identity. A cable from Caracas in November of 1967 stated that Banasiak reported the death of Digerveno (Emilio Americo Rodriguez) on return from JMWAVE. [status: Unknown]
Bannister, EarleEarle N. Bannister was probably a pseudonym for CIA officer John Doherty. Bannister took part in Operation PBSUCCESS in Guatemala and was probably a senior CIA officer at that time. [status: Probable]
Barcenas, RaymondUnknown identity. Raymond L. Barcenas was a CIA Mexico City officer in the 1960's. Barcenas had left the Mexico City station sometime before November 18, 1969. [status: Unknown]
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.
Benadum, Jeremy K.George Frederick Munro
Berenguer, ArnaldoArnaldo Berenguer was a pseudonym for Emilio Americo Rodriguez. [status: Unknown]
Bickelhaupt, HoracePossibly Eugene E. Norwinski. [status: Speculative]
Bidstrup, JonathanJonathan H. Bidstrup was probably a pseudonym for Glenn Fields. [status: Probable]
Bingham, MortimerUnknown identity. Mortimer F. Bingham was either Chief, WE, or someone who worked under the chief, from at least June, 1960, to May of 1962. [status: Unknown]
Biniaris, GordonJames O'Mailia [status: Probable]
Bishop, HaroldUnknown, but a name very similar to the infamous "Maurice Bishop". [status: Unknown]
Blanco, CarlosJose Joaquin Sanjenis was the leader of what was known as "the Carlos Blanco group". The group included Bernard Barker and Tony Varona.
Bongirno, KeithAnthony Sileo. Keith G. Bongirno was a CIA operative from at least May 1962, to June, 1970. Bongirno appears to have worked in the KUCAGE (CIA Psychological and Paramilitary Operations Staff) division of CIA. [status: Probable]
Braddock, GeneUnknown identity. A dispatch from LINCOLN in May, 1954, during Operation PBSUCCESS, mentioned Gene F. Braddock as knowing a Withheld army officer at Fort Benning, Georgia. [status: Unknown]
Bradspies, FrederickUnknown identity. According to a cable in September 1973, Frederick C. Bradspies was a social contact of prominent anti-Castro Cuban, Laureano Batista Falla (formerly AMPALM-2). [status: Unknown]
Bremson, WandaWanda F. Bremson was probably a pseudonym used by Vivian A. Petrowski. In turn, Petrowski was an alias for Vivian A. Barry. Bremson was known to AMMUG-1 (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) as Vivian.
Brent, ThomasThomas A. Brent was probably a pseudonym used by CIA Director, John McCone. [status: Probable]
Brillard, DanielW. Lloyd George was the CIA Chief of Foreign Intelligence (C/FI). A cable on 16 September, 1963, stated that Brillard had sent a message to Winston Scott, Chief of Station (COS) Mexico City, which had been transmitted by J. C. King, Chief, Western Hemisphere Division (WHD).
Bromund, DanielUnknown identity. A memo in June of 1957 stated that Daniel K. Bromund was replacing Lewis D. Nicklas (alias Antonio Wilkie) on the LIFEAT Project in Mexico City. [status: Unknown]
Bronson, Wanda Wanda F. Bronson was possibly a pseudonym used by Vivian A. Petrowski. Bronson was known to AMMUG-1 as Vivian. [status: Speculative]
Bunce, WalterF. Mark Wyatt, deputy to William K. Harvey in Rome. Walter L. Bunce was in contact with AMLASH (Rolando Cubela Secades), AMWHIP-1 (Carlos Tepedino Gonzalez), and AMWHIP-2 (Juan Ventura Valner), from at least November of 1963 to May of 1966. [status: Speculative]
Burke, BobAccording to the memoirs of Cuban exile, Captain Juan L. Cosculluela, Bob Burke was an alias used by Robert C. Stevens (AMDENIM-2). Stevens and Burke may have been aliases used by Bob Simon. [status: Speculative]
Burnette, CyrusPossibly William Clyons. [status: Speculative]
Busalaccli, FrancesFrances A. Busalaccli was possibly a pseudonym for John T. Flynn. A dispatch on May 24, 1966, was signed by Busalaccli for the Chief, Western Hemisphere Division (WHD). [status: Speculative]
Busweiler, WilliamUnknown identity. William C. Busweiler was possibly Chief of Station, Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1961 and 1962. Busweiler reported on AMCORE-2's (Luis Conte Aguero) visits to Montevideo. [status: Unknown]
Byerly, JosephJoseph Byerly was an alias used by Wallace A. Hopwade.
Bynam, OliverUnknown identity. A document in July of 1957 on Harold R. Noemayr (Ross Crozier) mentioned that he had been in social contact with Oliver R. Bynam, C/WH/3/Mexico. [status: Unknown]
Cabot, MarvinUnknown identity. Marvin A. Cabot worked on the LIMOTOR project and with the LIFIRES in 1963. Cabot was also the case officer of LITALUS-1 and 2. [status: Unknown]
Cadick, IrvingPseudonym used by William ("Rip") Robertson, head of paramilitary operations in Guatemala in 1954 and aide to JMWAVE ops chief David Morales.
Cady, ZacharyUnknown identity. Zachary T. Cady's name was in the reference to a dispatch from Chief of Station (COS), San Jose, on HUMANOID (Ross Crozier), in July of 1951. [status: Unknown]
Caithamer, GroverUnknown identity. Grover E. Caithamer put his name to dispatches from Chief, Western Hemisphere Division (WHD), and Chief of Station (COS), Mexico City, in 1972. [status: Unknown]
Calligeris, John H.John H. Calligeris was a pseudonym for Carlos Castillo Armas. Castillo Armas was President of the Guatemalan Junta from July 8, 1954, and President of Guatemala from September 2, 1954 to July 26, 1957.
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, TimothyTimonthy A. Capriott was possibly Donald R. Heath. Capriott handcarried commos and pouches from JMWAVE to Mexico City, and from Mexico City to JMWAVE, between October and December of 1963. [status: Speculative]
Cargould, PrestonPreston T. Cargould was probably a pseudonym for William D. O'Ryan, CIA Chief, Western Europe Division, in the 1960's. [status: Probable]
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.
Castelon, SamuelSamuel K. Castelon was a pseudonym for Herschel Peak. Castelon was a CIA officer who appears to have been based in Caracas, Venezuela for a number of years in the 1960's.
Cawood, PaulPaul R. Cawood was probably Cleveland C. Cram. [status: Probable]
Cazazzus, SandraSandra B. Cazazzus was a pseudonym for Anna Tarasoff.
Celenza, BurtonBurton J. Celenza was possibly a pseudonym for Henry J. Sloman. Sloman was a pseudonym for Tony Sforza. Celenza signed dispatches for the Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE, in 1966 and 1967. [status: Speculative]
Charron, LawrenceHenry Hecksher. Lawrence R. Charron was a CIA operative from at least August of 1959 to May of 1964. Charron worked with David Phillips and J. C. King in 1959, and was probably Chief of Station, Santiago, from around 1961 until at least December, 1963. [status: Speculative]
Choaden, Michael M.David A. Phillips
Cimock, OliverOliver D. Cimoch was a pseudonym for Mike Kline. Oliver D. Cimock (or Cimoch) was exposed to AMHINT-56 as "Ralph."
Clark, RaymondA HSCA document stated that Raymond Clark was an alias used by Robert Chamberlain when meeting Tony Varona in July of 1961.
Clower, WilfredJoseph G. Sancho. Wilfred O. Clower was known to AMMUG-1 as "Jose" and "Matt" to AMLUNT-2. A ARRB request on May 30, 1995, on information on Clower and others was answered by the CIA on the same day. Clower's true name was Sancho.
Cobfield, LelandUnknown identity. Leland H. Cobfield, along with George H. Ramskill, monitored AMSTALK-1 (Miguel Angel Diaz Isalgue). Memoranda in April and May of 1967 gave Cobfield's rank as SO/II. [status: Unknown]
Coigne, FrancisPaul L. Dillon. In turn, Dillon was probably a pseudonym used by Herbert Manell. In a Field Transmittal for a fitness report on Anna Tarasoff, Francis J. Coigne signed as the Supervisor on January 28, 1969. In the fitness report itself, Paul Dillon signed as the Supervisor on the same date. [status: Probable]
Colesworthy, GailGail F. Colesworthy may possibly have been a pseudonym for Martha Tharpe. Tharpe was possibly a pseudonym for Margaret Forsythe. [status: Speculative]
Colleary, HowardHoward R. Colleary was possibly a pseudonym for Wendell Ullery. In turn, Ullery was probably a pseudonym for Gabe Lowe. [status: Speculative]
Conniff, NJack M. Bauman. A cable on January 22, 1954, stated that N. R. Conniff was the security officer of PBSUCCESS. J. Anthony Lukas, in his book, Nightmare: The Underside of the Nixon Years, stated that Jack Bauman was "the security officer for the CIA's Guatemala operation."
Cook, BillBill Cook, Bill Billings and Don Hogan were probably pseudonyms/aliases for Mickey Kappes. Bill Cook was probably a CIA operative based at least partly at JMWAVE. Cook worked with the Unidad Revolucionaria (UR). [status: Probable]
Coplewood, WallaceUnknown identity. Coplewood was mentioned, along with Muratov and WHIMSEY-1, in a cable from Tunis on November 30, 1963. [status: Speculative]
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.
Cornish, JohnJohn N. Cornish was probably a pseudonym used by Raford W. Herbert, Acting Chief of Western Hemisphere Division in early 1965. [status: Probable]
Corrigan, GilesLouis Napoli, C/WH/4/CI-FI beginning in June 1961, WH/4/PA during 1963.
Cosme, DoctorDoctor Cosme was a pseudonym for Manuel Ray Rivero in 1960.
Costille, WilliamRobert Fulton, CIA officer serving as vice consul at the American embassy in Finland during the 1959 period. Obtained approval from his Soviet counterpart for a procedure for an American to obtain an instant visa into the USSR, which was immediately used by Lee Oswald.
Crabanac, TerrenceCIA officer E. Howard Hunt. A cable in January, 1961, stated that Crabanac would be traveling as Edward J. Hamilton. A CIA report in 1972 stated that E. Howard Hunt had a documented alias of Edward V. Hamilton in 1960.
Crickard, WandaElizabeth H. McNeill. A cable on 10 November, 1960, stated that Wanda Crickard would use the alias Martha Richards when meeting Jose Marie Andre Mankel (QJWIN-1).
Cross, RonRon Cross was a alias for CIA officer Ross Crozier that was created by HSCA staffer Gaeton Fonzi.
Cruz, JuanSantiago Garriga, employee at the State Department in Miami. In October 1963, he announced his intentions to set up a Fair Play for Cuba chapter in Miami. On November 21, 1963, CIA memos claim that Garriga was being hunted by the Cuban intelligence service.
Crymm, MartinMartin Crymm was a pseudonym for Ralph Seehafer or Howard Ellis.
Curtis, Willard C.Winston Scott, Chief of Mexico City Station in the 1960s.
Dagnillo, ChesterWilliam V. Broe. Chester B. Dagnillo was possibly Chief. Western Hemisphere Division, in April of 1966. William V. Broe was Chief, Western Hemisphere Division from July, 1965 to January, 1972. [status: Speculative]
Dahleiden, WalterUnknown identity. A cable on June 1, 1967, mentioned that Walter J. Dahleiden was a JMWAVE ordnance officer.
Dahlgren, Harold E.Oliver N. Aimack, also known as Oliver Cimock or Oliver Cimoch. 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 officer Gerald R. Lapsley. In turn, Lapsley was probably a pseudonym for Carl Trettin. [status: Probable]
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 (Manuel Artime Buesa) Orientation programs in that month. [status: Unknown]
Demolat, WallaceUnknown identity. A dispatch in November of 1962 on the debriefing of AELADLE (Anatoliy Golitsyn) was to be brought to the attention of Wallace A. Demolat. [status: Unknown]
Dendy, HughUnknown identity. A dispatch in March of 1965 stated that Norman D. Kiggins (probably Robert Wall) turned AMDENIM-1 (Alberto Fernandez Hechevarria) over to Hugh R. Dendy in September, 1964. [status: Unknown]
Desmond, Lloyd K.John Whitten, C/WH/3 in 1963. [status: Probable]
Devuono, IrvingGrayston L. Lynch. A dispatch in February, 1962, stated that Irving C. Devuono was the case officer of Roberto Perez San Roman. Also, in two dispatches in 1964, Devuono was known as "Lee" (alias George Lee) to AMLILAC members, AMNUBA-1 and AMHINT-56 (Devuono was a case officer of the latter).
Diego, CommandanteVictor Paneque
Diffendal, MonroeUnknown identity. Monroe B. Diffendal was either Chief of Station (COS), Guatemala, or someone who worked under the COS in December of 1954. [status: Unknown]
Digerveno, Peter J.Peter J. Digerveno was a pseudonym used by Cuban exile, Emilio Americo Rodriguez. He was also assigned the cryptonym AMIRE-1.
Dillon, PaulHerbert Manell, chief of Soviet affairs in Mexico City in the early 1960s. [status: Unknown]
Dingley, MatthewHarry T. Mahoney. Matthew S. Dingley and Mahoney both put their names on a memorandum on July 8, 1966, that were virtually identical to one another. The memo was on Manuel Ray Rivero (AMBANG-1) and AMBADGER-1 (Dr. Julian Gallo).
Dominguez Martinez, AngelMiguel Casas Saez, who allegedly fled from Dallas to Mexico across the Laredo border on 11/22/63.
Dorenfest, EdwinUnknown identity. Cables in October, 1965, made it clear that Dorenfest was AMMUG-1's (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) case officer at this time. [status: Unknown]
Doscher, Andrew.Michael J. Farmer. A handwritten note, possibly written in June, 1970, appeared to state that Andrew R. (or F.) Doscher was Mike (Michael) Farmer. However, the note is not clear and it may be that Farmer's pseudo was another CIA officer mentioned in the list. [status: Speculative]
Drapkin, PerryUnknown identity. Perry G. Drapkin's name was included in a series of dispatches from Chief of Station (COS), Caracas, on AMCLEVE-15 (Luis Posada Carriles), in 1968 and 1969. [status: Unknown]
Dunbar, JeromeJerome C. (or B) Dunbar was a pseudonym for Albert Haney. John Prados believed that Albert Haney used the pseudo Jerome B. Dunbar.
Easby, Robert L.Alan P. White, the deputy chief at the Mexico City station during 1963-64.
Eberwein, HumphreyUnknown identity. A dispatch in April of 1958 stated that Humphrey I. Eberwein was among the CIA operatives who rescued Arthur G. Vaivada (Ross Crozier) from the Sierra Maestra, along with Nelson L. Raynock (Henry D. Hecksher) and James R. Palinger. [status: Unknown]
Edgebrook, BernardBernard A. (or G.) Edgebrook was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Daniel Stanley Watson. Watson was Chief of Covert Action at Mexico City Station between 1965 and 1967, and from 1967 to 1969 was the Deputy Chief of Station.
Effield, MarkPaul Henze. Mark F. Effield was possibly the Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE, in 1967. [status: Speculative]
Elmard, Philip G.John Dimmer, last chief of the JMWAVE station, from 1965-1967.
Eloriaga, AntonioLuis Angel Castillo - the CIA states that Castillo claimed to trade identities with Antonio Eloriaga, a Cuban intelligence officer. CIA and FBI documents state that Castillo was given a "light truth serum" and hypnotized by Philippine intelligence, during which he claimed that he was in Dallas with other Cubans on 11/22/63 to shoot the President.
England, JacobJacob England was an alias used by Jacob (Jake) D. Esterline when meeting William Pawley in March, 1960.
Engler, JakeJacob Esterline, Bay of Pigs project director and chief of WH/4 (Cuba) during the early 1960's.
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".
Etsinger, HowardUnknown identity. Howard T. Etsinger was involved in the LILINK (provided non-official cover for CIA officers with infra-red communications system to the CIA station in the Embassy) operation in Mexico City in 1963 and 1964. [status: Unknown]
Fabsik, LucianUnknown identity. A memo in December of 1966 containing a AMBASAL Progress Report was from PW/Fabsik. [status: Unknown]
Fagg, Jack T.Thomas O'Ryan, Chief of Station of the Hague in 1958 and later C/WE.
Fahlanger, GeraldUnknown identity. A cable from Madrid on February 12, 1965, stated that QUSPORT-1 (Bichi Bernal) contacted Fahlanger, who told Q-1 to tell AMLASH-1 (Rolando Cubela Secades) that Growery (probably Earl Williamson) was out of town. [status: Unknown]
Fallucci, RichardWilliam Wainwright. A cable on July 20, 1962, stated that Richard M. Fallucci was IDEN. A cable the same day stated that IDEN was William Wainwright (TFW/FI), who also originated this cable.
Farenden, HenryHenry O. Farenden was an pseudonym for Richard E. Snyder.
Farmilant, GraceUnknown identity. Grace H. Farmilant probably worked at the CIA's Mexico City station from at least June of 1967 until July of 1973. Farmilant appears to have worked in the Soviet section in Mexico City. [status: Unknown]
Feinglass, Douglas J.Boris Tarasoff, Russian transcriber/translator at the Mexico City station in 1963. He heard the 10/1/63 tape of the man who identified himself as Oswald, and said that this was the same man who called on 9/28/63. Tarasoff
Feinglass, Douglas J.Boris Tarasoff
Fels, RichardUnknown identity. Richard I. Fels was either Chief of Station (COS), London, from at least May, 1962 to May, 1964, or someone who worked under the COS. [status: Unknown]
Fernald, BruceUnknown identity. Bruce H. Fernald replaced Gerende (Ramon Joseph Alvarez Durant) as the LIEMPTY Project's principal agent in early December, 1969. [status: Unknown]
Fernich, GeraldGerald B. Fernich was probably a pseudonym for Howard J. Osborn. [status: Probable]
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.
Fevola, Manley.Manley K. (or V.) Fevola was known to AMMUG-1 by the alias of "Mr. Brown." Also, Fevola signed a dispatch in March of 1961 as either the Chief of Station (COS) of Bogota, or someone worked under the COS. [status: Unknown]
Figalan, HowardUnknown identity. Howard A. Figalan was known to AMMUG-1 (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) as "Juan." [status: Unknown]
Flustikoff, GaryGary L. Flustikoff was possibly a pseudonym used by Virgil Reidmiller. Flustikoff was known to AMMUG-1 (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) as "Virg." [status: Speculative]
Fluteo, LeonLeon C. Fluteo was a pseudonym used by Alvin Bracket. In turn, Bracket was an alias used by Bruce MacMaster.
Ford, RobertUnknown identity. A report in around November of 1954 on Operation PBSUCCESS mentioned that Robert (or Roberto) Ford was the Group's (SKIMMER) liaison officer with the Junta (SYNCARP). [status: Unknown]
Fortson, OliverTony Sforza used Oliver E. Fortson as a pseudonym and Maximo de Cordoba as an alias. Stan Archenhold is a second possibility as Fortson. [status: Probable]
Fradyer, RaymondFrancis Sherry. A cable on October 31, 1963, from Desmond FitzGerald, stated that he had serious reservations over AMLASH-1's (Rolando Cubela Secades) trip to Brussels, after discussions with Fradyer.
Fraigenau, NormanProfessor John P. Armstrong. Norman S. Fraigenau was a headquarters contract agent.
Freapane, Douglas J.David U. Groves.
Fredericks, BurtonUnknown identity. A memo in October of 1960 stated that in relation to a prayer "the only problem is to get it out of the Burton Fredericks channel and back into FRD channels to get this going." [status: Unknown]
Freitas, DaniloAlias for CIA officer Daniel Flores, a Western Hemisphere stationed in Mexico City in the early 1960s. This alias was issued for use in "operational activities within the United States".
Furnell, KennethKenneth G. Furnell was probably a pseudonym for Charles M. Bounds, acting chief of WH/1 in August of 1970. [status: Probable]
Gabowski, DanielUnknown identity. A dispatch in September of 1966 from the Chief of Station (COS), Guatemala City, was signed for Daniel N. Gabowski. Therefore, Gabowski was possibly COS at this time. [status: Unknown]
Galbond, OliverOliver G. Galbond was a pseudonym used by Colonel J.C. King, Chief of the Western Hemisphere Division, Directorate of Operations, CIA.
Gallary, L. N.WH/FI/R William Hood. Variants on his pseudonym include Dr. L. Gallary and L. Gallery.
Garcia Gonzales, ManuelThe best indication is that he was a made-up character. Also spelled "Manuel Garcia Gonzales." On one occasion, an identification for "Manuel Garcia Gonzalez" turned out to be John Alice, an export agent at the International Trade Mart in New Orleans. [status: Probable]
Garcia, RaulRaul Garcia was an alias used by CIA JMWAVE officer Stephen P. Mangello when contacting AMWEE-4.
Gardalphe, JesseUnknown identity. A Report Cover Sheet, probably from Costa Rica, in March, 1968, stated that Jesse R. Gardalphe was the Reporting Officer. [status: Unknown]
Gardyne, GeraldGerald L. Coyne was probably a pseudonym for William J. Murray, a CIA officer in Havana and Chief of Base, Monterrey, Mexico, in the 1960's. [status: Probable]
Gebaide, WalterWalter H. Gebaide was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Warren E. Frank. [status: Probable]
Gebien, SherwoodSherwood M. Gebien was a pseudonym for Keith MacPhee.
Gerende, Raymond H.Ramon Joseph Alvarez Durant ran all three photographic basehouses in Mexico City. Also known as LIEMPTY-1.
Gervenot, NorrisNorris G. Gervenot was possibly a pseudonym for Ramon Gonzalez. Shane O'Sullivan, in Dirty Tricks: Nixon, Watergate, and the CIA, stated that "Ramon Gonzalez used the pseudonym 'Norris G. Gervenot." [status: Speculative]
Givloch, KennethBirch O'Neal, (sometimes misspelled as Birch O'Neill). A CIA document in December of 1953 mentioned that Kenneth S. Givloch was Chief of Station (COS), Guatemala City.
Glavasco, PhilipUnknown identity. Philip D. Glavasco may have been a pseudonym used by Rudy Enders, or it may have been a pseudo for another officer in the Maritime branch at JMWAVE, possibly the likes of Mickey Kappes or Bob Simon. [status: Unknown]
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'.
Gold, SamSam Giancana.
Gomez, MaximoFelix Rodriguez
Gorman, MaxBetter known as Max Gonzalez, active with Frank Sturgis and others in the Secret Army Organization, International Anti-Communist Brigade (IACB) in the 1960s. His original name was apparently Armondo Sangeth Gonzalez.
Growery, WallaceWallace A. Growery was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Alfonso Rodriguez. In turn, Alfonso Rodriguez was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Earl J. Williamson.
Guertler, WarrenKarl Rohrer. [status: Probable]
Gupton, DouglasWilliam Kent. Philip Toomey is also alleged to have used the pseudonym Douglas Gupton. According to an Inspector General's report, "Philip Toomey" is another name used by Kent.
Gussow, DanielDaniel Gussow was a pseudonym for William Mount, communications instructor.
Guthman, RobertProbably Lawrence Devlin, Chief of Station, Leopoldville, Congo, from mid-1960 until mid-1963. [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. Edward Joseph Hamilton was claimed to be the true name of Angelo Frank Fiorini, but was apparently yet another alias.
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]
Harnit, GloriaUnknown identity. According to a number of dispatches in March of 1962, Gloria L. Harnit was working in the PW branch at JMWAVE. However, one dispatch stated that Harnit and Trouchard were both the Chief, PW. A mistake or a revealing slip? [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 from at least September, 1961, to March, 1966. [status: Unknown]
Harris, PatrickCaptain Milton Paul Hubbard.
Havedon, Wallace.Unknown identity. Wallace N. Havedon was either the Chief of Paris (C0S), in 1960 and 1961, or someone who worked under the COS. Havedon was involved in the AEDOGMA project. [status: Unknown]
Hawlott, GordonDonald Heath. Two cables in late November of 1963 confirmed that Gordon R. Hawlott (IDEN 2) was Donald Heath. Heath was a JMWAVE and Mexico City officer (1966-1968).
Heard, BruceUnknown identity. Bruce R. Heard was a CIA JMWAVE operative/contract employee from at least September of 1962 to January of 1965. [status: Unknown]
Hediger, DonaldUnknown identity. A memo in October of 1953 mentioned that Donald O. Hediger was a GS–7 Operations Officer of the CIA Paramilitary and Psychological Staff in Guatemala. [status: Unknown]
Hegarty, FrancisUnknown identity. A dispatch in 1962 mentioned that Francis R. Hegarty was the regular case officer handling LINLUCK (Carlos Manuel Pellecer). [status: Unknown]
Heippert, ClaytonClayton D. Heippert was possibly a pseudonym used by Don Hogan. Hogan was probably a pseudonym used by Mickey Kappes. [status: Speculative]
Hendrique, LeslieUnknown identity. A dispatch from Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE, on January 27, 1966, stated that two meetings between AMTRUNK-19 and his Madrid case officer, Leslie H. Hendrique, were held in Madrid during the period. [status: Unknown]
Hernandez, Celso SalvadorAppears to be an alias for Celso Macario Hernandez, one of the men arrested with Oswald in New Orleans on 8/12/63. Confusion revolved around this man's true identity and whether he was a Communist agent until after 11/22/63. This confusion could have blurred Oswald's profile to other FBI agents. [status: Probable]
Herzfanz, KurtKurt G. Herzfanz was a pseudonym used by Arnold M. Silver, deputy to Chief, Division D, William K. Harvey.
Heston, WalterJohn Newman, in Countdown to Darkness, The Assassination of President Kennedy, Volume II, thought that Walter D. Heston may possibly have been Lawrence Devlin (page 420). [status: Speculative]
Hibbert, MartinWarren E. Frank. A memo in January of 1963 from the Chief of FI Branch was written under Martin O. Hibbert's name. This was probably an internal JMWAVE memo. Warren Frank was probably Chief of FI Branch at JMWAVE at this time. [status: Probable]
Hidell, Alek JamesName or a variant of it used used by the person who ordered the Mannlicher from Klein's sporting goods, in purchasing a revolver, and in manufacturing a draft card that included Oswald's photo. Lee Oswald was accused of placing these orders and manufacturing this draft card. He denied it. [status: Unknown]
Higby, David C.David C. Higby was possibly a pseudonym for Raymond A. Warren. Higby allegedly became Latin American and Western Hemisphere Division Chief in May, 1975, and still held that position at the end of the following month. [status: Speculative]
HindmarshUnknown identity. First name unknown (fnu) Hindmarsh worked with Jacob R. Seekford in PBFORTUNE (the initial covert action program approved by Truman in 1952, designed to oust Jacob Arbenz and his government in Guatemala). [status: Unknown]
Hodapp, Jeremy S.Philip Agee. Agee claimed in his book Inside the Company, CIA Diary, that his pseudonym in the Agency was Jeremy S. Hodapp. [status: Speculative]
Hogan, DonA friend of George Michael Kappes, also known as Mickey Kappes. Kappes also used the alias Mike Kelley. [status: Unknown]
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, RobertAlso known as Bill Sheridan and Bill Williams. Robert Hubbell may have been a pseudonym used by James Noel. [status: Speculative]
Hunkeler, RobertUnknown. A dispatch in August of 1964 stated that Robert S. Hunkeler was the JMPALM case officer. A cable around a year earlier indicated that Hunkeler was in the Foreign Intelligence (FI) section at JMWAVE. [status: Unknown]
Hurschwood, JacobUnknown identity. A dispatch in July of 1953 stated that Jacob B. Hurschwood (or Hirschwood) and Richard F. Arville represented DTROBALO (Fort Clayton, Panama) in a conference with officers representing HQs. [status: Unknown]
Huyette, GeoffreyGeoffrey T. Huyette may have been a pseudonym for John Hunt. [status: Speculative]
Inghurst, Frederick J.First possibility is Robert S. Moore. [status: Probable]
JackEarl Voss, reporter for the Washington Evening Star, was part of a Yugoslavian intelligence network.
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.
Jaenicken, Carl W.John Dimmer, JMWAVE chief from 1965-1967.
Jasutis, PeterUnknown identity. Peter S. Jasutis was the case officer of IUSTEER-1 in 1972. [status: Unknown]
Jentons, Dudley P.J. Deering Danielson
Jersawit, StanleyUnknown identity. Stanley B. Jersawit worked with AMMUG-1 (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) in December of 1966, and AMSTALK-1 (Miguel Angel Diaz Isalgue) in 1967. [status: Unknown]
Jervay, ElbridgeUnknown identity. Elbridge O. Jervay signed two dispatches from the Chief of Station, Paris, in July 1963. [status: Unknown]
Jimerson_WinfieldHenry J. Sloman, probably the main pseudonym used by Tony J. Sforza. Winfield F. Jimerson was Chief of Counterintelligence (CI) at JMWAVE in early 1963 (having been Acting Chief in late 1962). [status: Speculative]
Jobes, BertrandGordon Sutherland Campbell. 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. [status: Probable]
Johnson, Mary PostPriscilla Mary Post Johnson, now Priscilla Johnson McMillan
Jones, BillUnknown identity. On November 21, 1964, AMBIDDY-1 (Manuel Artime Buesa) claimed that he had been informed of phone calls to mostly MRR personnel in Miami from someone called "Bill Jones," who sought derogatory information on A-1. [status: Unknown]
Jordan, BobBob Jordan was an alias for Robert E. Whedbee when contacting Marcos Diaz Lanz in 1960.
Jouvenoy, ElliotOliver Mowrer Silsby. Elliot S. (or T.) Jouvenoy was either Chief of Station (COS), Brussels, or someone who worked under the COS in August of 1957. Jouvenoy also used the pseudonym Monroe B. Rozeney.
Kalbing, OscarUnknown identity. A report on an interrogation of AMCLEVE-15 (Luis Posada Carriles) in June of 1968 stated that the interview was conducted in the home of Oscar C. Kalbing in both English and Spanish, and that Kalbing did the translating. [status: Unknown]
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. [status: Unknown]
Karably, HaroldHarold V. Karably was a pseudonym for John V. Hannon.
Karmany, StephenStephen H. Karmany was probably a pseudonym for Robert Whedbee, who probably participated in PBSUCCESS in Guatemala, and who was DC/WH/4 in September of 1961. [status: Probable]
Karnley, PatrickPatrick I Karnley and Bernie Reichardt were probably pseudonyms 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.J. Andy Rogers.
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]
Kendon, JosephUnknown identity. Joseph Kendon worked with John Doherty in Guatemala in June of 1954 during Operation PBSUCCESS. [status: Unknown]
KennardC/WH/4 Ghosn Zogby.
Kentland, PhilipUnknown identity. Philip C. Kentland was possibly COS (Chief of Station), San Jose in December of 1956, and was also possibly Chief of Base, Monterrey, in November, 1960. [status: Unknown]
Kerschen, MelvinPossibly Jake Esterline. Melvin D. Kerschen was possibly Chief of Station (COS), WH/Miami in 1970. [status: Speculative]
Kiggins, Norman D.Robert Wall, a training instructor and case officer. [status: Probable]
Killedan, NewtonNewton H. Killedan was probably a pseudonym for CIA Miami Counterintelligence (CI) officer, Gordon (Rock/Rocky) Rothwell. [status: Probable]
Killgo, DorisProbably Louise Lyon, SR/CI/RED. Dispatches on May 18 and 25th, and September 10, 1962, from Chief, SR, were signed in the name of Doris M. Killgo, with Lyon being the Originating Officer. [status: Probable]
Kingman_RogerJohn R. Horton
Klemack, JosephJoseph Q. Klemack was probably a pseudonym for Cornelius Roosevelt, Chief, Technical Services Division (TSD) in the early 1960's. [status: Probable]
Kloock, EustaceUnknown identity. Eustace D. Kloock was the case officer for AMMUG-1 (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) in the early 1970's. [status: Unknown]
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, Chief of Operations (COPS) for the DDP in the early 60s, Deputy Director for Plans in 1963, and a future Director of the CIA.
Knittel, PeterPeter C. Knittel may have been a pseudonym used by CIA officer Henry D. Hecksher. [status: Speculative]
Kubarker, Max A.The Chief of Base of JMBAR in Key West, known by the alias Charles J. Hostynski. [status: Unknown]
Kuzumuk, WalterUnknown identity. Walter Kuzumuk was a case officer of AMRAZZ-1 (Joaquin Godoy y Solis). [status: Unknown]
Kymingham, PeterPeter J. Kymingham was a pseudonym used by Chief of Station, Paris, John Stent. The latter was also known as "Red" Stent.
Labanow, StefanUnknown identity. Stefan R. Labanow was a longstanding CIA officer, from at least the end of 1953 to the end of 1967. [status: Unknown]
Lamiaux, MelvinUnknown identity. A cable from BELL (originated by Gerard Droller) in March of 1961 mentioned that Olien (James Noel) and Lamiaux had a telecon on March 21, 1961. [status: Unknown]
Lamprell, RobertWilliam R. Sweet. Robert G. Lamprell was the senior officer in the Soviet Office in the CIA's Paris Station at the time of the assassination of President Kennedy.
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.
Langtry, ElmoRichard W. Rastetter. A cable in February of 1954 stated that Langtry was Chief, KUGOWN/PBSUCCESS.
Lapsley, GeraldGerald R. Lapsley was probably a pseudonym used by Carl Trettin. [status: Probable]
Laueneurg, PhilipMyron M. Kline. Two cables on December 9, 1963, stated that Philip S. Laueneurg's identity was Myron Kline.
Laurenkus, MarvinMarvin A. Laurenkus was a pseudonym used by Alan Barton. Alan Barton was probably an alias for Rudy (Rudolf) A. Enders. [status: Probable]
Lavell, Edward P.General Paul Gaynor, head of the Agency's Special Research Staff within the Office of Security during the 1960s.
Ledbetter, WallaceCIA officer Calvin Hicks. A memo in August, 1978, stated that Wallace K. Ledbetter was a pseudonym for Calvin Hicks, and was issued in October, 1950.
Leehold, ZenoZeno B. Leehold was an alias for Italian journalist Luigi de Marchi. A cable on January 24, 1967, stated that: "Propose that a letter be delivered to Rico from Leehold (de Marchi)."
Lettsome, ConradConrad P. Lettsome was possibly a pseudonym for Robert Ritchie. [status: Speculative]
Levister, PaulWalter Jessel. [status: Probable]
Licari, PeterWillard Carr. 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.
Lopez, AlbertoPseudonym for Ricardo Pimentel, employee at the Cuban Embassy in Miami. He also used the alias Al Marino. He became part of the AMAPOLA network that was a center of double agent and triple agent intrigue in Miami during the 1963 period.
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]
Lueders, FrancesFrances W. Lueders may possibly have been a pseudonym for Evalena S. Vidal. Lueders was a JMWAVE Reports Officer in August of 1961. [status: Speculative]
Lugton, StephenUnknown identity. A memo on February 20, 1954, mentioned that Lugton was among a list of cryptonyms and pseudonyms who had been exposed to President Somoza. [status: Unknown]
Lund, ThomasJack Kaufman, Chief of WH/1 in the 1960s, the Mexico Branch. A ARRB request on May 30, 1995, on information on Lund was identified as Jack Kaufman by the CIA on the same day. (See last two items).
Lunger, LowellUnknown identity. Lowell H. Lunger possibly worked in the KUJUMP (Domestic Contact Division) section of CIA, and was possibly the Chief, JMASH (Forward operating base - CIA, Miami. Original name for JMWAVE) in 1960 and early 1961. [status: Unknown]
Lusby, ErnestErnest A. Lusby was probably a pseudonym used by William V. Broe. [status: Probable]
Luzier, Philip G.Barney Hidalgo, whose formal name was Balmes N. Hidalgo. Other pseudonyms and aliases include Irving Freedgood, Bernard Hillary, Bernard Sosa, Benjamin Hernandez.
Lyack, ArnoldHe could be the first CABEZONE chief - George McManus (see CABEZONE). According to a memo in December of 1961, Arnold J. Lyack was Chief, CABEZONE (Defector Reception Center - DRC - in Frankfurt). . [status: Speculative]
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
Lythcott, GroverUnknown identity. A dispatch in January of 1968 stated that Grover Lythcott was known and exposed as "Chip" to AMHINT-56. A document in September, 1965, stated that Lythcott was a case officer of AMCLEVE-15, and was known to the latter as "Walt Abeln" (alias). [status: Unknown]
Maestre, MorganMorgan O. Maestre (also Maestri) was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Roddy B. Lyons. Documents 104-10061-10115 and 104-10079-10014 listed Morgan O. Maestre (Maestri) and Roddy B. Lyons at number 64 respectively.
Magoffin, FrancisUnknown identity. Francis D. Magoffin appeared to be the author of a dispatch in 1952 which was included in one of Ross Crozier's files. Magoffin was also involved in PBSUCCESS in Guatemala. [status: Unknown]
Magoon, GeoffreyJosiah Fisher (possibly either a real name or alias/pseudo). Dispatches in June-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: Speculative]
Mallek, FranklinEdwin Terrell, chief of Guatemala station in early June 1954, replacing John Doherty. A report in March of 1954 from Havana was produced by Wallace A. Growery (Earl Williamson) and approved by Franklin D. Mallek.
Mangroll, RufusUnknown identity. A cable on December 15, 1963, from JMWAVE, stated that Rufus E. Mangroll was departing from Miami on December 16th for New Orleans. [status: Unknown]
Mankunas, OliverUnknown identity. Oliver J. Mankunas was a Mexico City officer in the early 1970's. Mankunas had responsibility for inside administrative chores and agent handling in the KDFACTOR Project. [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]
Marchbank, RogerUnknown identity. Roger E. Marchbank was a PW from at least October of 1966 to approximately 1967. By July, 1967, Marchbank was a CA. [status: Unknown]
Marchman, WalterWalter G. Marchman was a pseudonym for Robert Florstedt, Mexico City officer in the late 1950's.
Margany, EllenEllen F. Margany was probably a pseudonym used by Nancye Gratz. Margany and Gratz's names often appeared on the same documents, whether they be dispatches or cables, from around 1966 to 1968. [status: Probable]
MariaMaria was an alias used by JMWAVE PW officer, Alice B. Caponong when communicating with AMBUD-1's secretary in August of 1962. Caponong was probably a pseudonym used by Evalena S. Vidal. [status: Probable]
Marschalek, LukeUnknown identity. In October, 1963, Luke B. Marschalek was either Chief of Base, Monterrey, or wrote dispatches under the COB's name. [status: Unknown]
Martegani, EdgarEdgar B. Martegani was a pseudonym for Norman Richard Kinsman. Kinsman was a case officer of Luis Posada (CIFENCE-4).
Martinez, SimonSimon S. Martinez was an alias registered to David Morales in 1974.
Martins, FredFred Martins was an alias used by John P. Hassellstrom.
Martin, John J.Jack S. Martin, a detective and allegedly one of the "wandering bishops" that may have had a gauzy relationship with intelligence. Beat up by Guy Banister on 11/22/63 when he suggested Banister had a role in the assassination. Martin claimed to have affiliation with CIA, but offered no independent proof.
Marti, GeorgeJorge Martin Salazar, the owner of the home at 3126 Harlandale in Dallas. This address was a frequent gathering place for the anti-Castro Cubans of Dallas.
Marti, JuanRicardo Morales Navarette
Masengill, CharlesCal Hicks, who used the pseudonym of Carl Hitch. [status: Probable]
Mastrocola, Bruce G.Leo Cherne of the International Rescue Committee. Executive Director of the Research Institute of America, described as "the central intelligence agency of American business." He was considered an eminent authority on Cuba.
Matt, Charles W.Chief, WH/4/PM Robert S. Moore during circa 1962. [status: Probable]
MauriceLouis Gibarti, a confidential source of the State Department and possibly other agencies as well, had been a Communist penetration of US agencies in the thirties. By 1950 he was providing information on the Communist Party's activities in Hollywood. [status: Unknown]
Maycrink, ErnestErnest G. Maycrink was a pseudonym used by WIROGUE-1, who was David Tzitzichvili.
Maylott, PhilipAndrew D. Rohfling. [status: Speculative]
Mazutis, DonaldDonald F. Mazutis was an alias used by Mike Kelley. Mickey Kelly was probably an alias used by George Michael Kappes (Mickey Kappes). [status: Probable]
McKee, RogerRoger I. McKee was a pseudonym for Jack Blake.
Megennity, ClydeClyde B. Megennity was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer, Donald H. Winters. [status: Probable]
Meigs, JohnArthur L. Jacobs. John R. Meigs reported from JMASH and JMWAVE in 1960 and 1961. Meigs appeared to work with Wallace A. Parlett (Gerry Droller), Walter C. Twicker (Howard Hunt) and Andrew F. Merton (probably Jack Stewart).
Mendrick, ChesterChester R. Mendrick was probably a pseudonym for Will (or Wilmer M.) Kerbe, Chief, WH/SA/CI, in October 1964. [status: Probable]
Merton, AndrewAndrew F. Merton was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Jack Stewart.
Metenett, NoreenNoreen D. Metenett was possibly a pseudonym for Ellen Scoggin (or Scoggins). [status: Speculative]
Mexicano, ElFrancisco Rodriguez Tamayo, a source for the FBI and active in 1962 with the OESA (Secret Army Organization).
MiddaughUnknown identity. Middaugh originated a series of cables from Geneva in 1962-1963, with Philip Elmard (John Dimmer) releasing them. [status: Unknown]
Middlecott, JohnUnknown identity. John F. Middlecott was an instructor at SCRANTON (training base for radio operators near Nicaragua). [status: Unknown]
MikeMario Brod, a New York lawyer and contract agent that reported personally to James Angleton.
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.
Mizones, BentonBenton H. Mizones was probably a pseudonym for Felix Rodriguez. [status: Probable]
Moncure, BernardProbably James Angleton's CI staff member, the New York lawyer Mario Brod. [status: Probable]
MonestierUnknown identity. Sylvia B. Monestier was a Psychological Warfare (PW) officer at JMWAVE from at least 1965 to 1967. [status: Unknown]
Moore, JosephJose D. Gonzalez Morejon, 2nd lieutenant within the July 26 Movement, appears to be the correct name of the Cuban who was with the man calling himself "Lee Oswald" - probably Charles Waters - in New Orleans on 1/20/61. [status: Probable]
Moschiano, HowardHoward O. Moschiano was probably a pseudonym for former Marine Corps Colonel, World War Two veteran, and CIA officer Philip C. Roettinger. [status: Probable]
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]
Mylkes, FrancisUnknown identity. A cable in February of 1954 stated that Francis T. Mylkes was a group representative (SKIMMER - CIA cover organization supporting Carlos Castillo Armas). [status: Unknown]
Nadleman, JohnJohn D. Nadleman was a pseudonym for CIA officer David A. Phillips.
Nankall, MargaretUnknown identity. Margaret R. Nankall was a JMWAVE Reports Officer from at least 1963 to 1965. Nankall worked with Henry J. Sloman (probably Tony Sforza) and Andrew K. Reuteman (Ted Shackley). [status: Unknown]
Nashwinter, JeromeUnknown identity. Jerome K. Nashwinter was involved in Operation PBSUCCESS, and in 1955 was part of the LIPSTICK team in Mexico City. [status: Unknown]
Nauman, WillardTFW/SAS officer Earl Williamson. [status: Probable]
Nayhouse, SophiaUnknown identity. Sophia L. Nayhouse worked mainly in the Foreign Intelligence (FI) branch at JMWAVE from at least October of 1961 to June of 1965. [status: Unknown]
Nebecker, JoelJoel N. Nebecker was probably Lawrence Sternfield. Shane 'O Sullivan, in Dirty Tricks: Nixon, Watergate, and the CIA, stated that "the Esterline/Sternfield correspondence was between 'Anthony R. Ponchay' (Jake Esterline) and 'Joel N. Nebecker.'" [status: Probable]
Nelander, RobertUnknown identity. In a meeting with AMHINT-2 in August of 1962, Robert Q. Nelander represented the students/AMBARBS, Stanley R. Zamka (David S. Morales) the military/AMHINTS and Harold R. Noemayr (Ross Crozier) on behalf of the politicians/AMSPELL. [status: Unknown]
Newby, WalterWalter D. Newby was a pseudonym used by CIA officer George E. Joannides.
Nicklas, LewisUnknown identity. Lewis D. Nicklas worked at the CIA Mexico City station until 1957, and at Miami station from at least late 1962 until at least the summer of 1963. [status: Unknown]
Nisley, DouglasUnknown identity. A cable in December, 1963, stated that Douglas C. Nisley and AMTHRILL-1 (Julio Kouri Barreto) were due to arrive in Mexico on December, 9, 1963, and Nisley would report to the Mexico City Station on arrival. [status: Unknown]
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.
Noltham, TheodoreUnknown identity. Theodore D. Noltham was possibly Chief of Station (COS), Ottawa, between 1969 and 1972. [status: Unknown]
Nutting, JeremyJeremy T. Nutting was probably Enno Hobbing. Nutting was involved in Operation PBSUCCESS. Hobbing was probably later assigned the cryptonym GPAZURE. [status: Probable]
Oberst, Paul E.CIA officer Joseph B. Smith claimed Oberst was his true name. May have been William Kent - at a minimum, he worked closely with him. 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: Speculative]
Ogden, VincentVincent B. Ogden was possibly a pseudonym used by CIA officer and Chief of Station (COS), Guatemala, Collins Almon. [status: Speculative]
Olien, WoodrowWoodrow C. Olien was a pseudonym used by CIA officer and Chief of Havana Station, Cuba, James (Jim) Noel.
Onack, AlexanderDaniel M. Garber. Alexander D. Onack was an alias used by Martin C. Tarters. Tarters was a pseudonym for Garber.
Ordway, William F.General Charles P. Cabell, he was appointed Deputy Director of Central Intelligence during April of 1953.
Orrison, SamuelStanley M. Moos. Samuel G. Orrison was in possession of two briefcases containing CIA files when they were stolen in Mexico City on November 29, 1960. The briefcases were never recovered and this led to the exposure of agents and assets in Mexico City and Miami.
Ossenbrink, JohnJohn T. Ossenbrink was a pseudonym for George W. Finney. Finney was based in Germany in 1960, and was the SR/O/WH in Mexico City in 1965.
Ostier, Theodore D.Unknown identity. Theodore D. Ostier appeared in JMWAVE documents in 1962 and 1963. Ostier was a Paramilitary (PM) Case Officer in February, 1963. [status: Unknown]
Ousler, QuintonUnknown identity. Quinton N. Ousler was a field case officer on the LIEMPTY project. He worked with Chief of Station, Mexico City, Winston M. Scott. A cable in late September of 1964 stated that he was "being called to Washington D.C. to give informed opinion of possible damage to LILYRIC or LIMITED." [status: Unknown]
Pachankis, HenryJack Stewart, also known as AMBLINK-1, "Joe", Andrew Merton, and Jack Warren. 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, as "a career associate." [status: Unknown]
Pachuke, Dudley J.Stanley M. Moos. A CIA document mentioned Dudley J. Pachuke as item 69. The CIA replied to the HSCA that item number 69 was Stanley M. Moos.
Page, GrahamGraham L. Page was probably a pseudonym for Henry D Hecksher. Page was involved in the K Program in Guatemala during PBSUCCESS. [status: Probable]
Palinger, JamesUnknown identity. James R. Palinger worked with Arthur G. Vaivada (Ross Crozier), Nelson L. Raynock (Henry Hecksher), Wallace A. Growery (Earl Williamson) and Sherwood P. Rochon (William B. Caldwell) in Havana in the late 1950's. [status: Unknown]
Pantleone, Dominick I.C/WAVE/PM Glenn J. (Rocky) Farnsworth during 1961-62.
Panuses, RaymondUnknow identity. Raymond K. Panuses wrote dispatches on dependency cases and other topics under the name of the Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE, in 1967 and 1968. [status: Unknown]
Papate, CedricCedric Papate was possibly a pseudonym for Paul Parker. The name of Paul Parker appeared to be handwritten next to Papate's name in a cable in November of 1961. [status: Probable]
Papock, OliverUnknown identity. Oliver K. Papock was a JMWAVE Reports Officer from at least 1962 to 1966. Papock and Harold P. Noemayr (Ross Crozier) were due to meet with the intelligence department of the DRE in July, 1962. [status: Unknown]
Parmers, AndrewZeke Ramirez. Two cables on February 21, 1963, confirmed that Andrew S. Parmers identity was Zeke Ramirez.
Parmuth, GregoryGregory D. Parmuth was a pseudonym used by CIA operative Robert Zambernardi.
Pataker, Stewart Jim Flannery, who replaced David Phillips as Chief of Covert Action in Mexico City. Also, a cable at the end of October 1963, stated that Pataker would replace David Phillips in Pataker's next assignment in Mexico City.
Paukert, AubreyUnknown identity. Aubrey K. Paukert was a paramilitary officer at JMWAVE in the 1960's. [status: Unknown]
Peggins, IrvingIrving N. Peggins is defined in a newly-released document as Joseph Webster. Real name or alias? Peggins is also possibly a pseudonym used by Frederick J. Inghurst. Inghurst was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Robert S. Moore. Peggins was a case officer of the AMTRUNK project in 1963. [status: Speculative]
Pellement, AndrewUnknown identity. Andrew E. Pellement may have used the alias of Bill Wells, and was a CIA Mexico City officer in the late 1960's. [status: Unknown]
Pellen, GlennaUnknown identity. Glenna H. Pellen originated a cable on November 25, 1963, on Silvia Duran. LICOOKY-1 (Viola June Cobb) and LITAMIL-9 (Luis Alberu Souto) were also mentioned in this cable. [status: Unknown]
Peuvion, CorneliusPossibly Jake Esterline. Cornelius L. Peuvion was Chief of Station, Panama from at least January to June, 1962. Served Mexico City from at least September 1964 to 1967. Esterline was COS Miami from 1968-1973. [status: Speculative]
Philbrook, KennethBruce Cheever, DC/WH/SA. In 1964, Kenneth H. Philbrook signed documents under or as the Deputy Chief, WH (Special Affairs). [status: Probable]
Phyfe, WilliamUnknown identity. William O. Phyfe was either Chief of Station (COS), Caracas, or someone who worked with the COS, from at least March of 1961 until October of 1964. [status: Unknown]
Pickworth, NeilNeil Pickworth was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Joseph Vidal. [status: Probable]
Pierce, AndyAndy Pierce was an alias used by Cedric D. Bartilucci when meeting John Thomas Duncan in August of 1968. In turn, Cedric D. Bartilucci was a pseudonym used by an unidentified CIA officer.
Pimsler, EleanorUnknown identity. Eleanor D. Pimsler was a JMWAVE Reports Officer in 1966 and 1967. Pimsler worked with Henry J. Sloman (probably Tony Sforza), Paul F. Manson (probably Al Cox), and Philip G. Elmard (probably John Dimmer). [status: Unknown]
Pineinch, Joyce H.Viola June Cobb. Her alias was Clarinda E. Sharp.
Pirnack, AltonUnknown identity. Used the alias "Larry". He was a paramilitary trainer and a case officer to Ricardo Morales Navarette (AMDESK-1). By November 1961, Pirnack was acquainted with AMHAZE-2523 (Carlos Hernandez). [status: Unknown]
Pivall, VincentVincent C. Pivall was probably a pseudonym for David Sanchez Morales during Operation PBSUCCESS. [status: Probable]
Playdon, William D.Tracy Barnes, Chief of the Political and Psychological Staff (PP Staff), Directorate of Plans.
Pochron, RaymondIdentified as "C/CI" in 1962. This appears to be a more local "C/CI" than CI chief James Angelton. It looks like Tony Sforza. This would make him the C/CI for JMWAVE. Winfield Jimerson, also listed as a C/CI for JMWAVE in 1962, has handwriting looking like that of Tony Sforza. [status: Probable]
Pollicove, ChesterChester D. Pollicove was possibly a pseudonym used by Charles Anderson. [status: Speculative]
Pollock, Kent L.Samuel Halpern
Ponchay, AnthonyCIA officer Jacob (Jake) Esterline.
Prallett, HoraceJim Noland, who served as one year as chief of station, Mexico City for one year from 1969-1970, followed by John Horton for two years from 1970-72.
Praskin, SolomonAlso referred to as "Mr. Pranski" and "Mr. Pratkins" and other variations. Not a CIA pseudonym. Apparently made up by the Cuban exiles.
Premselar, EmoryUnknown identity. Damage reports on Operation Zorro and the termination of AMHINT-56 stated that Emory D. Premselar was known as "Bill." [status: Unknown]
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.
Princep, StirlingUnknown identity. Stirling D. Princep took part in Operation PBSUCCESS, and, in particular, appeared to work closely with Matthew H. Ontrich (Nestor Sanchez). [status: Unknown]
PrisbeckHede Massing, writer, old-line European Communist turned hard right-winger, deeply involved in espionage. It also appears that she used another pseudonym, Walter James Kearns, with Army Intelligence.
Probert, JohnJim Noland, who served as one year as Chief of Station, Mexico City for one year from 1969-1970, followed by John Horton for two years from 1970-72.
Procario, JulianJulian T. Procario was possibly a pseudonym for William V. Broe, Chief, Western Hemisphere Division. Broe was probably an alias for Walter Jack Kaufman. [status: Speculative]
Purcell, SusanAnn Egerter, a key coordinator within CI/SIG (Counter Intelligence, Special Intelligence Group).
Rabney, JamesJames N. Rabney was a pseudonym for CIA officer Arnold M. Silver. Silver was deputy to William K. Harvey, Chief, Division D.
Rachfield, FrancisUnknown identity. Francis D. Rachfield was mentioned in CIA cables in December of 1963. Rachfield appeared to work with Matthew H. Chubb in Haiti. [status: Unknown]
Rafanelli, RalphUnknown identity. Ralph B. Rafanelli was the assistant to the "outside" case officer for the LIFEAT (CIA telephone tapping program on a number of phone lines in Mexico City, aimed primarily at the home phone lines of Soviet and Cuban personnel) operation in the late 1950's and early 1960's. [status: Unknown]
Ragnity, OliviaUnknown identity. Olivia C. Ragnity was a Reports Officer at Mexico City Station in 1965 and 1966. Ragnity worked with Chief of Station (COS) Mexico City, Winston M. Scott. [status: Unknown]
Ramova, WendelWendel J. Ramova may have been a pseudonym for CIA officer Raymond A. Warren. Ramova signed dispatches on behalf of the Chief, Western Hemisphere Division (C/WHD) in 1968. [status: Speculative]
RamseyWilliam Robertson. A cable in April, 1954, mentioned that "Ramsey" (Cadick) had signed a letter. Therefore, Ramsey was an alias for Irving Cadick during Operation PBSUCCESS. Cadick was a pseudonym for William Robertson.
Ramskill, GeorgeUnknown identity. George H. Ramskill reported from Nicaragua in 1957 on Irving Davidson and others, and was exposed to AMSTALK-1 as "Harold." [status: Unknown]
Rancifer, TimothyPaul Maggio. [status: Probable]
Ratigan, LeroyJoseph Distefano. Two cables on September 27, 1962, stated IDEN was Joseph Distefano.
Ratteree, EdwinC. Harlow Duffin.
Ratwick, AlexanderUnknown identity. According to a dispatch in September of 1964, Alexander D. Ratwick was the agent who dismissed AMDESK-1 (Ricardo Anibal Morales Navarrete, aka Monkey Morales). [status: Unknown]
Raynock, NelsonNelson L. Raynock was a pseudonym used by CIA officer Henry D. Hecksher.
Razmara, EliotUnknown identity. Eliot P. Razmara was a PP, Grade GS-9, Guatemala Operations officer in October of 1953. [status: Unknown]
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: Probable]
Recart, CarltonUnknown identity. A memo in August of 1959 stated that Carlton G. Recart, Lawrence R. Charron (Henry Hecksher) and Michael Choaden (David Phillips) met with Galbond (J. C. King) in the latter's office over Phillips dealings with Caines Milanes and other Cuban dissidents. [status: Unknown]
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]
Reingruber, GeorgeAl Cox. CIA documents in November and December of 1961 stated that George H. Reingruber was Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE.
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]
Rescigno, JosephStill withheld by CIA as of 2023. [status: Unknown]
Restrepo, JulioJulio Restrepo was a pseudonym for Carlos Castillo Armas. The index of Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS), 1952-1954: Guatemala, stated that for Julio Restrepo see Carlos Castillo Armas.
Reuteman, AndrewAndrew K. Reuteman was a pseudonym used by Theodore (Ted) Shackley, CIA officer and JMWAVE, Chief of Station, from 1962-1965.
Reymander, GaryGary H. Reymander was Art (Arthur) Ladenburg. Reymander was a CIA officer in Mexico City from at least around 1963 to at least around 1966.
Ricardo, DonUnknown identity. A CIA document on March 9, 1954, noted the recent conference between PANCHO (Carlos Castillo Armas) and Don Ricardo, in which the military plans were outlined and agreed upon. [status: Unknown]
Riggs, Robert W.Anne Goodpasture, the aide-de-camp of Mexico City station chief Win Scott. After the assassination of President Kennedy, Goodpasture handled the various reviews of the station and wrote the history of Mexico City station.
Rikon, WallaceUnknown identity. Mexico City station CIA officer in 1963. [status: Unknown]
Rilander, JosephUnknown identity. Joseph M. Rilander signed a memo in June of 1962 either as Chief of Station (COS), Moscow, or as someone who worked under the COS. [status: Unknown]
Rittenhouse, JohnJohn F. Rittenhouse was a pseudonym for Howard Hunt.
Rizzuto, VincentUnknown identity. Vincent P. Rizzuto worked with Chief of Station (COS), Mexico City, Willard C. Curtis (Winston M. Scott), Bruce H. Fernald and others in the late 1960's, and the early 1970's. [status: Unknown]
Rochon, SherwoodWilliam B. Caldwell, predecessor to Jim Noel as Chief of Station (COS), Havana.
Rodigast, RufusUnknown identity. A memo in June of 1965 stated that Rufus F. Rodigast used the alias "Paul Weller" when meeting Richard Gibson. [status: Unknown]
Rodriguez, AlfonsoAlfonso L. Rodriguez was probably a pseudonym used by CIA officer Earl J. Williamson. [status: Probable]
Rodwick, EricAl Cox. Eric D. Rodwick was Chief of Station, JMWAVE, until approximately the middle of 1962.
Roistade, CharlesCharles R. Roistade was a pseudonym for Dan Niesciur (or Neiscuir).
Rolender, BoydUnknown identity. Boyd I. Rolender was a CIA officer involved in Operation PBSUCCESS in Guatemala. [status: Unknown]
Rolnick, StewartUnknown identity. Stewart F. Rolnick was either Chief of Station (COS), London, or someone who worked for the COS in 1960, and either Chief, Western Europe (WE), or someone who worked under the chief, from 1962 to 1963. [status: Unknown]
ROLOChafik Homero Saker Zenni, a Cuban intelligence agent in the early 1960s. Communicated with US double agent Jose Carbonell Marrero. Apparently also knew Cuban consul Eusebio Azcue.
Ronganne, TheodoreUnknown identity. Theodore G. Ronganne was a Mexico City CIA officer from at least August of 1962 to early January 1964. [status: Unknown]
Roodine, MartinMartin Roodine was the pseudonym for Frank Friberg, Helsinki Chief of Station (COS). [status: Unknown]
Rostedt, DexterUnknown identity. A CIA document on April 6, 1959, stated that Rostedt met AEASPIC (David Tzitzichvili) using the name "George Fowler." [status: Unknown]
Roth, NormanNorman Rothman, an associate of Rolando Masferrer, was the manager of the Biltmore Terrace Hotel in Miami Beach.
Rowton, Wallace B."The Greek". Ernest Tsikerdanos - he served as AC/WH/1 during 1969. By 1975, he was Chief, CI, Special Operations under George Kalaris. [status: Probable]
Rozeney, MonroeOliver Mowrer Silsby. Monroe B. Rozeney worked with QJWIN-1 (Jose Marie Andre Mankel) on the QJWIN project. Rozeney also used the pseudonym Elliot S. (or T.) Jouvenoy.
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]
Rubricius_Conrad V.Joseph G. Benson, a CIA officer and a colleague of George de Mohrenschildt in Haiti.
Sabetay, EdwardEdward D. Sabetay was probably a pseudonym used by John L. Hart, Deputy Chief, Western Hemisphere Division, in 1964 and 1965. In December, 1964, Sabetay put his name to a dispatch from DC/WH (SA). The Releasing Officer was John Hart, DC/WH (SA). [status: Probable]
Sacoder, HowardUnknown identity. Howard R. Sacoder was possibly Chief of Station (COS), Madrid, Spain, from at least February, 1968, to July, 1970. [status: Unknown]
SadorusUnknown identity. First Name Unknown (FNU) Sadorus took part in the PBSUCCESS operation against the democratically-elected Guatemalan regime of Jacobo Arbenz in the 1950's. [status: Unknown]
Safarano, HowardGeorge Misko. Boris Tarasoff succeeded Misko as the Soviet transcriber at the Mexico City Station in June of 1963.
Safely, Harold Harold Safely was an alias used by CIA officer Harold Swenson.
Sagger, RichardUnknown identity. Richard D. Sagger worked at CIA's Havana station in the late 1950's. [status: Unknown]
Salvack, LesterLester H. Salvack may have been a pseudonym used by Edward Korn-Patterson, Bronson Tweedy, or Glen Fields. [status: Speculative]
Sambora, Russell H.USAF Lt. Colonel Manuel Chavez, A U.S. Air Force Officer (ODUNIT) who was assigned to the AMWORLD project. Also known as "The Mexican" and as "Manuel Gomez/Major Gomez" in AMWORLD communications. Sambora's AMWORLD responsibilities were security and recruiting Mexican pilots.
SAMMYYuri Nosenko - initial contacts, starting in 1962.
Sanchez, MiguelJose Carbonell Marrero, a double agent that worked with the FBI, the CIA and the Cuban intelligence services.
Sanseed, KeithKeith L. Sanseed was a pseudonym for Robert Magee.
Saroyan, Chester E.Charles Wiley, contract agent of the CIA's Office of Security. Wiley's contract states that he was not an employee of the US government and not entitled to any benefits - he provided documents on domestic figures, primarily in the Communist Party, USA.
Scaletti, ElsieCharlotte Bustos, WH/3/Mexico.
Scheider, JosephJoseph Scheider was a pseudonym used by Sidney Gottlieb, chief of the CIA's Technical Services Division (TSD).
Schwaninger, Philip R.Eric Timm, chief of Western Europe station in 1959-1961 period. He died suddenly in the early sixties. [status: Probable]
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.
Sealy, RobertRobert Ruben Sealy was the Technical Services Division (TSD) alias birth certificate for Norman C. Imler.
Seekford, JacobUnknown identity. A memo in October of 1953 stated that Jacob R. Seekford was a GS-12 officer, who was on operational TDY in the United States at that time, and was expected to return to Honduras shortly. Prominent in the Guatemala project to overthrow Arbenz. [status: Unknown]
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]
Shroyer, EdwinUnknown identity. Edwin W. Shroyer was possibly Chief of Station (COS), Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1968. [status: Unknown]
Shryock, Clyde K.Thomas Hazlett in Mexico City, also used the alias Bill Mannix. Signs many documents "CKS".
Simoncini, ClaytonUnknown identity. Clayton F. Simoncini was an asset of CIA's Mexico City station from at least September of 1960 until at least August 1967. [status: Unknown]
Sirett, PaulUnknown identity. Paul F. Sirett was possibly Chief of Station, Havana, in 1959 and 1960. [status: Unknown]
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]
Slinkard, PhineasUnknown identity. Phineas F. Slinkard worked with Gregory D. Parmuth (Robert Zambernardi) at CIA's Mexico City station in 1963 and 1964. [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]
Smitham, PaulUnknown identity. Paul T. Smitham worked at CIA's Rome station from at least June of 1963 until at least March of 1965. [status: Unknown]
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".
Sothern, RichardRichard D. Sothern was a pseudonym for Walpole Davis.
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". [status: Speculative]
Spickernagel, OtisUnknown identity. A memo from Otis R. Spickernagel (pseudonym) on June 13, 1963, mentioned the above giving a lift to two men to Coral Gables, one apparently British, who discussed whether or not to send a film to New York. [status: Unknown]
Spychalski, LeonardLeonard L. Spychalski was a pseudonym for Andrew D. Rohlfing.
StarkeWilliam B. Starke was a pseudonym for General Walter Bedell Smith, Director of Central Intelligence from October 7, 1950 to February 9, 1953; Under Secretary of State, February 9, 1953 to October 1, 1954.
Staunton, LarryLarry Staunton was an alias used by Joel N. Nebecker when meeting John Thomas Duncan in August of 1968. Nebecker was probably a pseudonym for Lawrence Sternfield. [status: Probable]
Stockwood, PaulProbably Robert Owen. Owen, as C/WE/3, was the Releasing Officer for a dispatch in September of 1962 which was signed by Doris M. Killgo and Paul K. Stockwood. [status: Probable]
Stoneset, EdwardUnknown identity. A dispatch in June of 1958, on William D. Pawley's business interests in the Dominican Republic, from the Chief of Station (COS), Ciudad Trujillo, was signed by Edward F. Stoneset. [status: Unknown]
Storbeck, LloydUnknown identity. Lloyd W. Storbeck was Chief of IS at JMWAVE, from at least May of 1962 to February of 1963. [status: Unknown]
Storsell, LouisLouis K. Storsell was probably a pseudonym for Robert J. Bladergroen. A dispatch on October 4, 1967, from Chief of Station (COS), JMWAVE, mentioned that Louis K. Storsell from the Office General Counsel (OGC) had been on TDY at JMWAVE. [status: Probable]
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). [status: Unknown]
Sunderland, John Unknown identity. A dispatch in June of 1963 on Operation TILT, included John F. Sunderland as Chief, RIMM (probably a communications facility in the Miami area), as a Coordinating Officer. [status: Unknown]
Sutton, HenryHead of C/CA/Propaganda in the early 60s. Editor of "Propaganda Notes". Identity unknown. [status: Unknown]
Swirk, GordonGordon P. Swirk was probably a pseudonym for Stephen G. Chaconas. [status: Probable]
Tanguist, EugeneProbably Christopher D. Costanzo, WH/1, the Originating Officer for the dispatches which were signed by Eugene P. Tanguist. It is unclear whether Costanzo was a real name. [status: Probable]
Tansing, Richard M.Victor Wallen, aka Jack Wallen. He was C/WH/4/CI (chief of the Cuba division). Tansing describes himself as C/TFW/CI. Tansing/Wallen were probably pseudonyms for Harold Swenson. [status: Probable]
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.
Tarbell, JohnUnknown identity. John C. Tarbell was a JMWAVE Reports Officer in 1965 and 1966. [status: Unknown]
Tardock, HarmonProbably Calvin Thomas. A dispatch in June of 1962 stated that two couriered letters from AMHINT-53 (Luis Fernandez-Rocha), dated April 5, 1962, were handcarried to headquarters by Tardock. [status: Probable]
Tarters, MartinDaniel M. Garber. Two cables from JMWAVE on December 11, 1963, stated that communications instructor Martin C. Tarters' (P) IDEN was Daniel M. Garber.
Taterka, DallasUnknown identity. Dallas C. Taterka was a JMWAVE Reports Officer in March and April of 1964. [status: Unknown]
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]
Teegast, WadeWade I. Teegast was a pseudonym for David Smock.
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]
Thayer, MarkThayer Waldo, reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram from 1963-1964. Wrote important articles on the case, particularly involving Secret Service officer Mike Howard. Described as an "overt contact" of ONI during 1960.Worked with Jim Garrison during the 1967 period. No evidence of assisting the CIA.
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.
Todhunter, PhineasPhineas C. Todhunter was a pseudonym for DDCI Marshall S. Carter. A cable on June 5, 1963, referred to Todhunter, while a duplicate copy of the same memo replaced Todhunter with DDCI. The DDCI at this time was Marshall Carter.
Toomey, PhilipNot a pseudonym, as believed for a long time. It is documented that he was referred to as "Thompson" and that he was probably referred to as a man known as "Phil". He probably used the pseudonym Robert Trouchard. Active in PW section in 1962, often worked as deputy to David Phillips.
Tranger, GeorgeGeorge L. Tranger was a pseudonym used by CIA officer John Doherty. Historian John Prados believed that John Doherty replaced Birch O'Neil as Chief of Station (COS), Guatemala.
Treckler, HowardCIA officer Joseph (Joe) Piccolo. Howard A. Treckler was known as "Jose" and "Jose" or "Joe" to AMMUG-1 and LIONION-1 respectively. Howard A. Treckler's name appeared on Joseph Piccolo's fitness report from June to December, 1970.
Trochta, WarrenUnknown identity. Warren P. Trochta knew Thomas B. Casasin (Jacques G. Richardson) in Paris in 1978. [status: Unknown]
Trouchard, RobertRobert K. Trouchard may have been a pseudonym used by CIA officer Philip Toomey, Trouchard has been referred to as "Phil". [status: Probable]
Twicker, WalterWalter C. Twicker was a pseudonym used by CIA officer E. Howard Hunt.
TwissCharles Penney, WH/PW, in early 1960.
Ullery, WendellGabe Lowe, a Task Force W operations specialist. [status: Probable]
Umphlet, NorrisPetros Moutses, a Greek national and longtime member of the Greek Communist Party.
Urquhart, ThomasRonald A. MacMillan, who succeeded Bill Harvey as chief of Staff D in late 1963. [status: Probable]
Utstine, LauraJane Zerance. A memo from Charlotte Bustos-Videla on May 31, 1972, had Jane Zerance's name handwritten in below Utstine's.
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 U.S. Army, and became active in the Bay of Pigs, and infiltration/exfiltration operations afterwards with Rip Robertson. [status: Probable]
Veausell, KennethProbably Basil Beardsley, who worked at the American Embassy in Cuba in 1958-1959, and continued in various WH positions well into the 1970s. [status: Probable]
Vedder, BruceOrville Bathe, Chief, Psychological Warfare (PW) at JMWAVE from at least July, 1964, to October, 1966. Bathe was Chief, WH/COG, in October of 1973.
Vincent, GeorgeUnknown identity. George S. Vincent was possibly Chief of Station (COS), Bogota, Colombia, in January of 1952. [status: Unknown]
Waters, JohnMajor General Edwin Walker - no evidence that he used this in a CIA context - but in the context of the insurrection at the University of Mississippi when the African American James Meredith enrolled as a student.
Watlington, Roy V.Neill Prew, aide to Bill Harvey. Also known as M. Neill Prew, legal name Maurice Neill Prew. Roy Watlington worked in CI and in Mexico during the sixties. Linked in a still unknown manner to Junius Adelbert Watlington, Jr. of ACSI, who strengthened coordination with JMWAVE in 1962. [status: Probable]
Weening, JonathanCynthia J. Hausman (T). A ARRB request on May 30, 1995, on information on Jonathan Weening and others was answered by the CIA on the same day. Weening's true name was Cynthia J. Hausman.
Weldrake, AnthonyUnknown identity. In February, 1963, Irving N. Peggins asked Weldrake to interview AMLEO-3 (Capt. Jose Ricardo Rabel Nunez) on AMTRUNK target personalities. [status: Unknown]
Wellbank, ClaytonUnknown identity. Clayton S. Wellbank was a local U.S. businessman and U.S. Government employee. Wellbank was a source for a report on May 22, 1954, and was described in the above terms. [status: Unknown]
Wenmead, WilliamFNU Dean. William D. Wenmead was a CIA contact of AMTIKI-1 (Manuel F. Goudie) in late 1961.
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.
Wiesinger, CharlesRene Dubois, also known as Ray Dubois. He also used the alias Ray Adams.
Wilensky, MelvinMay be John Tilton, as Wilensky was known as "Juan". Melvin T. Wilensky worked with CIA officers and assets such as Desmond FitzGerald, Nestor Sanchez, David Morales, AMCORE-2 (Luis Conte Aguero) and AMCOUP-1 (Ralph Brent) in 1963. [status: Speculative]
Willings, Dudley R.Sam Halpern, executive secretariat of Task Force W and the Special Affairs Staff, also known as the "ESEC". Also used the pseudonym Kent Pollock.
Wilson, JimAccording to a memo by Earl J. Williamson in March, 1966, Manuel Artime Buesa (AMBIDDY-1) was to be given the alias of Jim Wilson.
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]
Winett, KeithUnknown identity. Keith D. Winett was a LCFLUTTER (Polygraph, "lie detector", testing) operator at JMWAVE from at least March of 1963 to July of 1966. [status: Unknown]
Woodhead, PeterCalvin E. Davis, interrogator and polygraph operator for CIA.
Yasuinas, NigelRuben Martinez. A cable on January 7, 1971, stated that Nigel P. Yasuinas (IDEN) was Ruben Martinez.
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]
ZlockenbrinkPossibly Clark Simmons. A cable on May 4, 1961, mentioned a telecon between Zamka (David Morales) and Zlockenbrink. [status: Speculative]

About Pseudonyms

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.

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