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Pseudonym: Rodwick, Eric

Definition:
Al Cox. Eric D. Rodwick was Chief of Station, JMWAVE, until approximately the middle of 1962.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Documented
Sources:

104-10102-10216: DEBRIEFING ON TRAINING AND DEMOLITIONS GIVEN TO ANTI-CASTRO CUBAN EXILES

1961-1962: Grayston Lynch reminisces: "Moore was C/Ops for the Invasion Task Force - as well as Deputy for PM and C/Ops for JMWAVE at one time." Also see 104-10233-10157, p. 3: There are two memos on 5/15/62 and 5/16/62 for "AL AND ROCKY", almost certainly a reference to COS Al Cox and DCOS Rocky Farnsworth.

104-10233-10356: DISPATCH: AMBUD/PM/OPERATIONAL TRANSMITTAL OF MEMORANDA #152 AND #153

1/23/62 dispatch from the Chief of Station, JMWAVE Eric C. Rodwick stating that the eight men from Nov. 30 movement that were being trained have been disbanded and sent back to their homes, due to the attitude reflected in Memo #152 and policy change in DIR 33895. Memo #152 can be seen at 1994.06.18.10:33:59:530005 - p. 157.

104-10233-10329: OFFER OF GRANT TRUST COMPANY, BAHAMAS

02/07/62: Memorandum from Passavoy to Rodwick and Inghurst: Subject: Offer of GRANT Trust Company, Bahamas: "1. Dr. Miro said he had been advised that the above-named firm is to be formed, that the bank already exists and has the funds for the credit offered; that Martin is the real name of person who is to be in the company to be formed; that bulk of credit fund is U.S. capital, that (very confidential) one of the principals behind offer is a U.S. senator. 2. He said he had asked for more information in writing and hopes to have it in a day or two to bring to me."

104-10167-10399: DISPATCH: MR. CESAR DIOSDADO - U.S. CUSTOMS AGENT, JMBAR

03/07/62: Dispatch from Chief, WH/4 to COS, JMWAVE (Info: Chief of Base, JMBAR): "1. Following discussions among Eric D. Rodwick, Chief of Station, JMWAVE; Charles J. Hostynski, Chief of Base, JMBAR; and Lionel A. Chellimi, Chief, WH/4/KUSODA regarding the continued use of Mr. Cesar Diosdado as a U.S Customs agent at JMBAR, Headquarters has made arrangements to reimburse the U.S. Bureau of Customs for the use of Mr. Diosdado's services. The tenure of the aforementioned reimbursement arrangement with U.S. Customs is 4 March 1962 to 30 June 1962 at which time the continued need for Diosdado's services will be reviewed and appropriate recommendations will be made. Subject's parent office will continue to bear the expense of an official vehicle assigned to him. No further commitments were made. 2. For your information, the U.S. Customs Bureau intends to advise Mr. Diosdado that he is being reimbursed salary wise by CIA. It is requested that Diosdado be briefed by a KUSODA representative from either JMWAVE or JMBAR as to his relationship with us and that this information should not be divulged by Diosdado to other U.S. Government personnel or any other individual." Originating Officer: J. Albert Hoeser, WH/4/Personnel. Coordinating Officers: James Durham, C/WH/4/Pers; Joseph Langan, C/WH/4/Sec; Fred F. Cyrus, C/WH/4/SS; (REDACTION), WH/4/Exec. Releasing Officer: G. J. Zogby, C/WH/4.

104-10231-10284: DISPATCH: RESTRUCTURIZATION OF THE C.R.C.

05/01/62: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Task Force W (ATTN: Daniel M. Presland): Originating Officer: Eric D. Rodwick, COS. Coordinating Officers: Lloyd W. Storbeck, C/IS; Robert K. Trouchard: C/PW; Dominick I. Pantleone, C/PM. Releasing Officer: Eric D. Rodwick, COS/WAVE.

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