Pseudonym: Storbeck, Lloyd
Memoranda on Ross Crozier in August of 1962 mentioned that Jack Bauman was SO (Security Officer) at JMWAVE (CIA Station in Miami). Moreover, a FBI memo in 1963 on the Directorio Estudiantil Revolucionario (DRE) mentioned Jack Bauman, CIA, Miami. In addition, Bauman was later interviewed in June of 1972 in regards to the Watergate scandal.
In terms of Frederick Bucci, a FBI report from Miami in January of 1963 stated that on January 2, 1963, Special Agent George E. Davis, Jr., met with Robert Moore, Deputy Chief, CIA, and Fred Bucci, Security Section, CIA, Miami, as well as a retired United States Army officer, on the subject of the bomb attack against Jose Miro Cardona's car. Furthermore, this image is said to show Frederick F. Bucci explaining security systems at Playa de Pals, April 23, 1964: https://calisphere.org/item/7027d3ef20743263f3a0ac1190bee94b/
A cable in May of 1968 cited Bucci as Chief, WH/SEC.
This obituary for Frederick F. Bucci in the Sandhills Sentinel on November 9, 2021, stated he received the CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit. Bucci died on the date above aged 97: https://sandhillssentinel.com/obituary-for-frederick-f-bucci/
05/01/62: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Task Force W: Originating Officer: Eric D. Rodwick (Al Cox), Office: COS. Coordinating Officers: Lloyd W. Storbeck, Office Symbol: C/IS. Robert K. Trouchard (William Kent), C/PW. Dominick I. Pantleone (Glenn - Rocky - Farnsworth), C/PM. Releasing Officer: Eric D. Rodwick, COS WAVE.
06/12/62: Report from Frederick F. Bucci to Chief, Security Branch: ..."5. DISCUSSION: George Davis, FBI, called and spoke to Chief, Security Branch. Mr. Davis wanted to know if Frank Fiorini, alias Frank Sturgis, was one of our people. He indicated that Frank Fiorini was believed to be involved in some type of operation which was to drop leaflets and also to have a bombing raid on Cuba. The writer was advised by Ray Dubois, Jack Neeley, (REDACTION) that as far as they knew, the Subject was not one of our people. A search was made of RI and there was no evidence that the Subject was one of our people. There were, however, a number of cards in his name. Mr. Davis was called by the writer and advised that as far as the writer could ascertain, Subject was not being used by us..."
07/18/62: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Task Force W: IS/Repts: Oliver K. Papock. C/PW: Robert K. Trouchard (William Kent). C/IS: Lloyd W. Storbeck.
08/17/62: Memo from Chief/ID/3 to Chief/Area Branch: Subject: Crozier, Ross #112569: "Chief/ID/3 spoke to Jack Bauman, SO at JMWAVE (CIA Station in Miami) who is in Headquarters on TDY (temporary duty), about the Subject's status at WAVE. Bauman said the Subject still (REDACTION) however, everyone connected with the project is aware of the situation, and in as much as the Subject is considered 'indispensable' there apparently is nothing to do but go along with the situation as long as possible. The Subject has reportedly (REDACTION). In view of the situation, as it has existed for two years now, it would appear the only sensible thing to do is return Subject's files to SRD and forget the matter." - - - 08/27/62: This memo, also on Ross Crozier, also mentioned Jack Bauman: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=14464#relPageId=2
01/24/63: FBI report from Miami by George E. Davis, Jr. Subject: Unknown Subjects; Bombing of Automobile: Used by Jose Miro Cardona... Pages K-J: ..."On January 2, 1963, Special Agent George E. Davis, Jr., met with (REDACTION) United States Army (retired), who serves as Liaison Officer between the CRC and some United States Government agencies, including CIA. Also present were Robert Moore, Deputy Chief, CIA, and Fred Bucci, Security Section, CIA, Miami...For the information of the Bureau, Mr. Fred Bucci, CIA, Miami, advised this office in early December, 1962, that (REDACTION) who was in contact with CIA, possessed information concerning a possible suspect in this case..." - - - Page 7: ..."INFORMANTS: Identity: MM T-1 is Fred Bucci, Security Section, CIA, Miami, Florida. Location: Instant report, pages 7, 8, 81. Contacting Agent: SA George E. Davis, Jr..."
02/06/63: Dispatch from COS, JMWAVE to Chief, Special Affairs Staff: Originating Officer: Robert K. Trouchard (William Kent), Office: PW. Coordinating Officers: L. W. Storbeck, Office Symbol: C/IS. S. R. Zamka (David Morales), C/PM. Releasing Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman (Ted Shackley), COS.
03/12/63: Cable to Director (Orig: REPTS/Markwalter: Slugline INTEL TYPIC): Authenticating Officer: Lloyd E. Storbeck. Coordinating Officer: PW/Caponong (probably Evalena S. Vidal). Releasing Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman (Ted Shackley).
Circa late March/early April of 1963: FBI memo from SAC, Miami to Director: Subject: Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE) (Students Revolutionary Directorate): IS - CUBA: Neutrality Matters: Partially obscured memo mentioned Jack Bauman, CIA, Miami.
04/19/63: Cable to Director (Orig: REPTS/Papock): Slugline INTEL TYPIC: Authenticating Officer: Lloyd W. Storbeck (handwritten above: "Zamka for"). Coordinating Officers: (Handwritten: PW T). FI/Sloman (probably Tony Sforza). Releasing Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman (Ted Shackley).
05/07/63: Cable to Director (Orig: REPTS/Markwalter: Slugline INTEL TYPIC): Authenticating Officer: Lloyd E. Storbeck. Coordinating Officer: PW/Caponong (probably Evalena S. Vidal). Releasing Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman (Ted Shackley).
05/24/68: Cable from Director to JMWAVE (Orig: F. F. Bucci, WH/Security): REF: UFGS-10530: "LNYUMA inquiring about return of AMMUG-1's (Vladimir Lahera Rodriguez) alien registration card. Please advise." Releasing Officer: (REDACTION) William V. Broe, C/WHD. Coordinating Officers: (REDACTION) WH/COG. (Signature), OS/AAS. Authenticating Officer: Frederick F. Bucci, C/WH/SEC.