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A collection of Central Intelligence Agency internal documents that present information regarding selected historical agents, employees, and officers. Among the details reviewed are biographic information, service dates, personnel and security files, employee job performance, considerations for advancement, and the operational utilization of intelligence employees. These gathered files can offer some insights hidden from most original investigators and review specific information often left out of general Agency correspondence.

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FEATURED REFERENCES
Biographic Profiles: Internal documents that offer detailed summaries of physical characteristics, service dates, and personal contacts.
Clandestine Service File: Files regarding people and projects undertaken by the Agency's Directorate of Operations.
Contact Division Files: These files that note contacts made with official agencies, staff, biographical information, and files created by the Office of Operations.  
Fitness Reports: These documents monitor employee job performance, considerations for advancement or demotion, and the proper utilization of intelligence employees and leaders.
Legal Testimony: A recorded voluntary written or spoken statement given in a court or hearing to legal officials.
Personnel Files: An extensive series of files that include cables, messages, written notes, some operational details, awards, personnel action requests, and biographic information compiled by the Office of Personnel. 
Personal History Statements: This document presents primary and supplemental reports that offer extensive biographic information, educational qualifications, and travel records for reference purposes.
Security Files: The Office of Security compiled these documents to assess potential security risks, protect sensitive information, and for determining the reliability of contacts, sources, assets, employees, officers, and members of the public who sought security approvals. 
Miscellaneous Files: Supporting files with useful information regarding the subject not present in other related documents.

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SR Chief Tennant H. Bagley

SR Chief Tennant H. Bagley

Tennant Harrington Bagley
Bagley was born in Annapolis the son of a US Navy Vice-Admiral and directly related to multiple other US Navy admirals, served in World War II, and he earned a doctorate in political science from his international schooling. He joined the CIA in July of nineteen fifty and was a noted intellectual trained in four languages and extensively studied operational and clandestine methods to serve in the Foreign Intelligence Operations Section at CIA headquarters. Bagley's following marriage to an Austrian woman despite the warnings of supervising officials caused him to be moved from his post in Austria to the United States during the nineteen fifties. His personnel file verifies that in nineteen
sixty-one he used Department of State cover while employed
in various Agency capacities. During nineteen sixty five, Bagley
served as the Chief of the Soviet Russia Division's
Counterintelligence Group and later that year was promoted to
Deputy Chief of the entire Soviet Russia Division. Among his most
notable endeavors was developing KGB defector Yuriy Nosenko,
yet Bagley eventually joined the CIA faction labeling Nosenko
as a false defector. He served as a protégé of Agency
Counterintelligence Chief James J. Angleton and participated in
a multiple-year long hunt for internal traitors. By the end of
these expansive series of "mole hunts" Bagley himself was
targeted by the very charges he once made about other
government employees. In 1967, Agency officials sent Bagley
to Belgium and he served as the Chief of Brussels Station until
nineteen seventy-two when he faced involuntary retirement.
Suspicious related investigators crippled portions of the Agency's
Counterintelligence Division and Soviet Russia Division with
misguided related inquiries, yet as Bagley supported until his
later death this does not preclude the existence of the unknown
Soviet double agent and it might instead reveal the CIA failed to
catch them. He additionally sought during later years via reports,
books, and interviews to substantiate prior critical ideas and
circumstantial evidence regarding Nosenko's allegiances.
Personnel File

Deputy I.G. S.D. Breckenridge

Deputy I.G. S.D. Breckenridge

Scott Dudley Breckenridge Jr.
He attended the University of Kentucky earning degrees in history, political science, and law and subsequently worked for the Board of Economic Warfare, served in the US Navy during WWII in Atlantic operations, and rose to command the USS Saucy. During nineteen fifty three, Breckenridge was employed by the CIA in the role of Briefing Officer and eventually would serve as the Agency liaison with Australian intelligence. His final role at the Agency was Deputy Inspector General and his notable opposition to the ideas of the House Select Committee on Assassinations staff is revealed within several pieces of related evidence. Breckenridge served over two decades protecting the
interests of the Agency with a pronounced disdain for anyone
challenging its agendas.
Senate Select Committee Testimony
SSC Testimony Excerpt (less redaction)

Inspector general W.V. Broe

Inspector general W.V. Broe

William Vincent Broe
Broe was born during nineteen thirteen in Massachusetts, later attended the Governor's Academy, and his official career started as a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He later joined the CIA during nineteen forty-eight to serve in Far East Division operations and later became Station Chief in Manila. Broe served as the Chief of China Branch, subsequently led the Agency station in the Japanese capital, and in following years ascended to lead the Western Hemisphere (WH) Division in nineteen sixty-five. He ordered his division to undertake repeated illegal clandestine operations in South America to influence foreign governments and finished his intelligence career
as the Agency's Inspector General before retiring in nineteen
seventy-three.
Biographic Profile   Personnel File

Charlotte L. Bustos-Videla

Charlotte L. Bustos-Videla

Charlotte Louise Bustos-Videla (Zehrung)
She was a native of Ohio that was born in nineteen twenty-nine and following high school Zehrung attended Syracuse University to study language and economics. Following her training in economics she eventually moved to Guatemala to complete another university degree. Charlotte was employed as a CIA Western Hemisphere Division staff employee and later married former Argentine Brigadier General Cesar Bustos-Videla. She played an integral part of multiple Latin American operations, served in the role of Agency foreign intelligence officer, and her military trained husband Cesar was an "internal troubleshooter" for years while she was assigned to Mexico City station.
Personal History Statement   Personnel File

t.s.d. Chief David L. Christ

t.s.d. Chief David L. Christ

David Lamar Christ
Christ was born in nineteen eighteen, attended Yale University, was employed at The Atlas Powder Company, and served in the US Air Force as a communications officer in the cryptographic section during the nineteen forties until he joined the CIA. He was captured during an operation targeting a Communist news agency in Cuba and later received the Distinguished Intelligence Cross for his actions during incarceration. Christ later served as the Records Officer for his component in the Domestic Contact Services Division and one reviewer noted him to be ardent but not a dominant personality that had extensive knowledge of some Agency research projects including foreign intelligence
operations. Eventually Christ was promoted to Chief of CIA
Technical Services Division and in this role focused on agent
management, developing additional useful micro technology,
coordination of surveillance installation operations, and
gathering intelligence. Christ became the Chief of Applied
Physics Division within the Office Research and Development
and later retired in nineteen seventy.
Biographic Profile   Personnel File   Security File

CIA ADVISER LEO M. Cherne

CIA ADVISER LEO M. Cherne

Leo Max Cherne
He was a lawyer, economist, the political ally of two Directors of Central Intelligence, the adviser to nine US presidents, and Cherne joined or promoted several economic development organizations. He also helped fund military support associations and wrote articles supporting his causes for several large media outlets while maintaining a largely unknown but impressive amount of political influence. Cherne is referred to as the consummate political operator and someone who accomplished his goals quickly and quietly. He largely escaped notice despite his position as a notable and constant figure for thirty years in the Cold War halls of power.
Miscellaneous (Misc.) Identifier File  Security File

Foreign Agent Viola J. Cobb

Foreign Agent Viola J. Cobb

Viola June Cobb 
Cobb was born in nineteen twenty-seven, served in the Oklahoma Civil Air Patrol, and was the managing editor of a medical news magazine. She later was employed by Castro regime to manage its English publications and became among those officials with some access to important members of the Cuban leadership. The Central Intelligence Agency recruited Cobb to serve as a double agent gathering intelligence within Fidel Castro's senior staff in nineteen sixty and a reporting official referred to her status as a "controlled fellow traveler". Her assignments were conducted under the direction of the CIA's Special Affairs Staff and Western Hemisphere Division but the
Agency was not the only government organization expressing
interest. The Federal Bureau of Investigation sought to enlist Cobb
for information during nineteen sixty-one to gather intelligence on
the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, a group Lee Harvey Oswald would
later claim a false association with in New Orleans. June Cobb further
had connections to other people who have made various assertions
related to Oswald's actions in Mexico City and later testified before
Congress regarding national security in nineteen sixty-two. Cobb
further asserted she could prove connections between Oswald
and Soviet officials but failed to do so.
Security File

Foreign agent Lucien Conein

Foreign agent Lucien Conein

Lucien Emile Conein
He was a notorious former member of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) that had an extensive military and covert intelligence background with a penchant for evading official policy. Conein attended the British Special Intelligence School, received training in psychological warfare, and while later in the Agency he served as an operations officer at CIA headquarters. During the Vietnam War Conein collaborated with revolutionary forces in Saigon during the overthrow of Vietnamese President Ngo Dihn Diem in spite of some American leaders attempting politically to distance themselves from the overthrow. Conein left official service but later attempted to use his former associations
to aid his planned illegal sale of weapons abroad to criminal and
rebel groups.
Biographic Profile   Personal History Statement   Personnel File

Intel Officer W.J. Crawford

Intel Officer W.J. Crawford

William John Crawford
He was born in nineteen twenty-four, would later study accounting at Fort Hayes State College in Kansas, and instructed in that subject at Drury College in Missouri. He worked for a certified public accountants office and later began serving the Agency in its Clerical Branch where his training included counterinsurgency orientation, photographic intelligence,
and counterintelligence training dealing with clerical materials. He advanced to personnel officer and was the Acting Executive Officer in Project AQUATONE's Detachment C military group
that included pilot testing for U-2 missions. Crawford participated in operations related to Iran, Jordan, and Lebanon
from Agency headquarters and during nineteen sixty-four he
was promoted to the role of administration officer at the age of forty.
Biographic Profile  

Case Officer Ross L. Crozier

Case Officer Ross L. Crozier

Ross Lester Crozier
Crozier served in the United States Air Force using multiple pseudonyms during his operational career while located in Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Cuba. He left the Air Force during nineteen forty-nine to become a contract agent for the CIA and by nineteen fifty-three he was managing and directing multiple Agency projects to penetrate the Cuban Communist Party. Crozier was the creator of a spy network given the cryptonym AMPHODARCH operating within the University of Havana and he also was among the Agency's case officers later handling the Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE), a Cuban exile group supported and funded by the Agency. The primary objective of
the DRE was undertaking anti-Castro operations that include
propaganda, sabotage, and nearly any illegal operation to reduce
the power of the Cuban regime. According to one related file,
his contract was terminated in September of nineteen sixty-three
following internal comments of overly emotional behavior.
Clandestine Service File Vol. 2 Personal History Statement
Personnel File Personnel File Summary

OpS Officer George A. Fill

OpS Officer George A. Fill

George Andrew Fill
He was a sales clerk that volunteered to serve in WWII and later was chosen to attend the United States Army's Military Intelligence School where he became a Russian liaison officer. The CIA employed Fill at their Washington D.C. headquarters and assigned him Turkish, Baltic, and Soviet Branch Division operations during his intelligence officer tenure. By the end of his time in the Agency Fill would have varying level of multiple Eastern bloc languages and served as Chief of a CIA base in Chicago under Project AERODYNAMIC gathering intelligence about immigrants from Soviet areas. 
Biographic Profile

T.S.D. officer Charles E. Flick

T.S.D. officer Charles E. Flick

Charles Ellsworth Flick
Flick was born in South Dakota, educated in California, and eventually was drafted into WWII service. He joined the Agency and subsequently is promoted to operations officer in the Clandestine Service and Western Hemisphere Chief J. C. King described him as "hearty, confident and without a worrisome fiber in his make-up. He will undertake anything." Flick used the pseudonym Arnold F. Areheart when conducting Agency operations and was placed at the Agency's Mexico City station. He was one of the case officers assigned to a huge technical surveillance operation code named Project LIENVOY for over a decade. He "flawlessly" oversaw project security, thirty agents,
undertook maintenance of the related technical equipment, and
the project was noted to be the most successful of its kind. The
CIA's leadership considered the project among the best operations
worldwide and Flick was given a significant portion of the
credit by Station Chief Winston Scott due to his proficient
management style. 
Fitness Report   Personnel File   

CIA DDP Agent Daniel Flores

CIA DDP Agent Daniel Flores

Daniel Flores
He attended high school in Texas and was trained as a security guard during his time in the United States Marines for duty at the US embassies in Peru and Bolivia. He later served the Central Intelligence Agency in the role of file clerk but steadily earned promotion to operations officer and using the alias Danilo Freitas was noted to have produced one of the most productive sources the CIA had from a challenging sensitive asset. The Agency's Directorate of Plans additionally utilized Flores on its Special Affairs Staff and he functioned as an operations instructor for the Operational Training Branch.
Personal History Statement   Personnel File  

Foreign Agent Jerome Fox

Foreign Agent Jerome Fox

Jerome Fox
Fox was educated at Bard College in New York and majored in economics; he was also later trained in black (Illegal) propaganda methods, skilled in photographic interpretation, and served as a member of the Strategic Intelligence Staff. He was involved with CIA operations interpreting economic and military intelligence acquired in Soviet Bloc, North Vietnamese, Philippines, Indonesian, and Chinese areas. Fox additionally was responsible for the assessment and recruitment of foreign intelligence assets and functioned a liaison officer with some Vietnamese National Police officials in nineteen sixty-six.
Biographic Profile   Personnel File

Case Officer A. Goodpasture

Case Officer A. Goodpasture

Anne Lorene Goodpasture 
She was a nearly constant fixture in the series of evolving intelligence groups in the United States following the outbreak of WWII. Goodpasture served as a secretary in one of the offices under Coordinator of Intelligence William Donovan, gained employment with the Office of Strategic Services, subsequently joined the revitalized Central Intelligence Group, and she was a charter member of the CIA. She assisted the Agency's Station Chief Winston Scott in various important operations as a case officer in several Mexico City projects. Goodpasture was among those who handled the original Cuban and Soviet Embassy tapes allegedly containing calls from Lee Harvey Oswald and she was
among those responsible for the mishandling of the Mexico City
Man photographs feeding public claims that Oswald was
impersonated. Despite repeated official interviews, Goodpasture
was of little help in deciphering the issue and no tape of Oswald
has ever been produced for public review.
Fitness Report   Personnel File

officer William King Harvey

officer William King Harvey

William King Harvey
Harvey was born in Ohio and his mother was a notable female academic whose seeming nature for collecting information would lead him to journalistic reporting. His desire for greater authority brought him to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to perform counter espionage operations but he would prove too brash for J. Edgar Hoover's image of a proper special agent. Harvey tried again to gain official influence by joining the Central Intelligence Agency and was appointed to lead the Soviet Intelligence Branch involved within sensitive illegal compartmentalized operations. He later is reassigned to Chief of Station in Berlin and during nineteen fifty-nine Harvey became the leader of Foreign
Intelligence Staff D. Subsequently he led multiple plots to
assassinate foreign enemy leaders including his implementation
of the Castro assassination plots Phase II while also using the
Staff D group to focus on the penetration of enemy signals
intelligence and cryptographic material. In addition, Harvey led
the Task Force W group that focused on the overthrow of the
Castro regime and his notorious activities such as Project
ZRRIFLE
link him directly to assassination plots before and
after the death of President Kennedy. Harvey would be
pushed out of the Agency by the late nineteen sixties for his
increased erratic behavior and drinking and later died of
heart attack during nineteen seventy-six.
Biographic Profile   Personal History Statement  Personnel File   
Security File

CIA officer Calvin W. Hicks

CIA officer Calvin W. Hicks

Calvin Wilson Hicks
Hicks was a Staff Employee of Western Hemisphere Division under military cover and during periods of his operational activity where he administrated a school, provided training and firearms lessons to students, and was a consultant to corporate Agency components while advising military forces. He also was an operations officer that served at CIA headquarters primarily in the Far East, Middle East, and Western Hemisphere divisions and was imprisoned in China during a portion of his Far East service.
Personnel File   Security File

Staff Employee B. N. Hidalgo

Staff Employee B. N. Hidalgo

Balmes Nieves Hidalgo Jr.
He served as a Colonel in the United States Army infantry during the early nineteen forties and later was a corporate collections agent. Hidalgo's Agency operations included the collection of information, anti-Communist counterintelligence, and he performed psychological warfare from the CIA's JMWAVE station in Miami. Hidalgo allegedly indirectly participated in the formation of the CIA supported Brigade 2506, named after a lost agent designated 2506, its later Bay of Pigs operations, and possessed longstanding connections to multiple people associated with the JFK assassination case. He later testified in a formerly classified Executive Session of the House Select
Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) regarding his associations
with public claims about CIA officials. Hidalgo proved to be quite
resistant to specific official inquiries regarding his duties for the
Agency in Mexico during that period and told officials that
espionage is "not a gentlemen's game".
Personal History Statement   Security File   Security File 2

Relations Staff Sylvia Hoke

Relations Staff Sylvia Hoke

Sylvia Ludlow Hoke 
Hoke was born in New York City during the nineteen twenties and following high school Time Incorporated, the media empire of Henry Booth Luce that associated with US intelligence personalities and some Agency operations would employ her during college. She became a Personnel Research Technician Placement and Employee Relations staffer for the United States Air Force and a Central Intelligence Agency employee in the nineteen fifties. Her husband John Lindsay Hoke served in the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
that provided cover for multiple CIA agents and officers including
notable anti-Castro officer David S. Morales. She additionally
was the sister of Ruth Paine who housed Lee Harvey Oswald's
family in Texas and she reported occasional discussions her
sister had with Marina Oswald and general information to
the Agency. 
Security File

DDP officer Everette H. Hunt

DDP officer Everette H. Hunt

Everette Howard Hunt
Hunt to served the CIA as an intelligence officer in nineteen forty-nine, transferred to Mexico City station in nineteen fifty, and later officials assigned him to Washington D.C. for utilization as an operations officer for the Directorate of Plans in nineteen fifty-three. By nineteen fifty-seven, Hunt was at Uruguay station and returned to serve at Agency headquarters in nineteen sixty, and was assigned for just over a year to Spain. Hunt is the subject of speculations and some have claimed he is associated with the assassination of President Kennedy but substantial primary evidence discounts most prior claims. Hunt served for most of his later CIA career in Washington D.C. until his retirement in
nineteen seventy and his subsequent clandestine work for
the Nixon administration ended with disastrous results due
to his involvement in the Watergate scandal.
Biographic Profile   Fitness Report   Personnel File   Security File 1   
Security File 2
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Miguel Angel Diaz Isalgue
He possessed several valuable relatives in multiple Communist nations including a sister married to a former Cuban Polish Ambassador and one cousin who was a personal aide of Fidel Castro. Related documents state he was a team leader and principal agent on behalf of the CIA's JMWAVE station in Miami and served as principal agent for over a dozen black infiltration operations targeting Cuba between nineteen sixty-one and nineteen sixty-eight. He was the target of an unsuccessful recruitment pitch by Cuban intelligence due to his ownership
of the Hogarama Discount store and noted contacts with
multiple businesses in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Venezuela.
The Agency assigned him multiple cryptonyms for operational
use among his later assignments including a recruitment
pitch targeting a Cuban official during the nineteen seventies.
Clandestine Service File   Personnel File

CIA officer G. Johannides

CIA officer G. Johannides

George Efythron Joannides
Joannides is a figure noted first as merely one of the liaisons representing the CIA's Office of Legal Counsel in the House Select Committee on Assassinations inquiry. He was involved in the procurement of and denial of information sought by investigators in this role but evidence subsequently revealed Joannides to have been a prior Case Officer for the Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE, Student Revolutionary Directorate). This organization was an international CIA funded anti-Castro exile group with offices in Miami and New Orleans and in nineteen sixty-two Joannides served as "Deputy Chief of Branch handling (in absence of Chief) all aspects political action and psychological
warfare and supervising...case officers and clerical personnel."
He served as the Case Officer for Cuban student projects using
agents for "political action, propaganda, intelligence collection"
within a "hemisphere-wide apparatus." Joannides maintained
"contacts with key elements of veteran's type organization as
a developmental project" and he managed a teacher's organization
while engaging in radio and media propaganda according to
official files. His prior role directing a key Agency funded exile
group was unknown to official investigators, he suppressed
this, and his knowledge of possibly important related
information slipped away.
Fitness Report

Contact & Trainer Sam Kail

Contact & Trainer Sam Kail

Samuel Goodhue Kail
He graduated from West Point, served in the Korean War, and was the US Army Attaché stationed at the Havana Embassy from nineteen fifty-eight until nineteen sixty-one; among his duties was gathering military intelligence. In nineteen sixty-two Kail was transferred to Opa Locka processing center in Miami for interviewing newly arrived Cuban exiles; interestingly other documents reveal multiple people when interviewing various prospective sources of information used Kail's identity to do so. The same year he was assigned to the CIA Office of Operations for training Agency personnel and retired from US military intelligence but Kail testified subsequently to the House Select
Committee. Kail told officials in a closed session he suspected
the Agency funded his prior military unit but was unsure exactly
what purpose this served.         
Contact Division File   Security File

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Thomas John Keenan 
He joined the Agency during the nineteen fifty-seven and later would perform as an operations officer for Nicaraguan and Costa Rican projects and Keenan later served as the case officer for a notable surveillance effort associated with the Agency's Mexico City station to intercept Communist embassy communications. Keenan received aid from CIA case officer Anne Goodpasture to undertake covert intelligence collection targeting Communist embassies in Mexico City and he was noted in one
document to be "case officer two of the station's technical
support projects, one sensitive double agent case, and has
other operational responsibilities." Agency officer Desmond
FitzGerald would remark on Kennan's aptitude for operations
by stating his subordinate performed the tasks of someone
multiple agent grades higher. During the nineteen seventies
Keenan would attend the US Army War College as part of
his continued intelligence training and was noted to have
an excellent record as Chief of Lima station in Peru by David
Atlee Phillips.
Fitness Report   Personnel File

Intelligence officer R. Keith

Intelligence officer R. Keith

Robert Malcolm Keith
Keith served in the United States Navy and was educated in military science, chemistry, engineering, and later attended West Point military academy. He studied at the Citadel military college and the Agency further trained him in a variety of skills that include study of the Russian and German languages, secret writing, and technical operations. Keith was a member of Soviet Russia Branch during the nineteen fifties and supported Agency Soviet, Indonesian, and Chinese operations as both intelligence and operations officer during his career.
Biographic Profile

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Herman Edward Kimsey
He was born in the winter of nineteen sixteen, later joined the US military to serve in the Army's Counter Intelligence Corps, and the CIA began employing him during the nineteen fifties. Kimsey began at the Agency as a staff employee in the Technical Services Division who used a media cover to gather intelligence from a variety of public sources using technological means. He participated in Agency Project BEVISION , later was promoted to Chief of Research and Analysis, and Kimsey eventually became
a concern to the Agency when he contacted a CIA source to
perform technical analysis of evidence he believed supported
that a conspiracy killed Martin Luther King. He later would gain
employment by designing security measures at private firms, the
Republican National Committee, and for the political campaign of
Nelson Rockefeller. Author Hugh McDonald claimed Kimsey could
identify the unknown man in Mexico City featured in President's
Commission Exhibit 237 but the claim did not emerge until after
Kimsey was deceased.
Personnel File  Security File

AGENT Henry Preston Lopez

AGENT Henry Preston Lopez

Henry Preston Lopez
Lopez was a Harvard educated lawyer, politically active, and possessed several connections to Communist groups and leftist organizations that fought against US Congressional actions during the nineteen fifties amid the Red Scare. The Agency gave Lopez an intelligence gathering assignment in nineteen sixty within Cuba as a tourist seeking to invest in local businesses and during one period Lopez was hired by the CIA to assess the most viable Cuban exile groups to for Agency operational use. Following a thorough assessment of the gathered candidate groups Lopez informed the Agency there was little chance of unity among the disparate factions. While later residing in Mexico
City he used the pseudonym Edward G. Tichborn while undertaking
Operation AMPATROL during nineteen sixty-one. He subsequently
worked as a CIA undercover contract agent that was compensated
by the local CIA station and in nineteen sixty-six, his wife's serious
illness forced him to leave Mexico and they relocated to the
United States.
Personnel File  Personnel File 3 Security File

CIA agent Grayston L. Lynch

CIA agent Grayston L. Lynch

Grayston Leroy Lynch
Lynch joined the military during the nineteen thirties, served in WWII, the Korean War, instructed US Army officers, and joined several US Special Forces units. Lynch subsequently began years of training in guerilla warfare during nineteen fifty-six and in nineteen sixty-one the CIA recruits him as a career agent and trains him in several clandestine skills. While serving at CIA headquarters and JMWAVE station in Miami, Lynch reportedly is utilized in further attempts to destabilize Cuba and overthrow of the Castro government. Among the projects Lynch conducted directly are the failed Bay of Pigs invasion and more than one hundred additional undertakings that included supervision of
a commando group in the Special Operations Branch
performing infiltration, exfiltration, sabotage, and intelligence
gathering operations during nineteen sixty-seven. Officials
note due to "...sensitivity of his duties on behalf of the CIA his
periods of foreign service were not recorded in the usual manner".
Personnel File

Agent James W. McCoRD Jr

Agent James W. McCoRD Jr

James Walter McCord Jr.
He attended the University of Texas, Lincoln Law School in California, served as a former employee of the Department of Justice, and became a special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The CIA trained him in counterintelligence operations and McCord served as a security investigator for the Agency earning high praise for his various undertakings and transferred to the CIA's Office of Security. Reports subsequently blame McCord for contriving the infamous Nixon backed "plumbers" and would lead the team in a raid of Democratic National Committee offices. He faced arrest and prison for participation in the Watergate burglary with former Agency
employee Everette Howard Hunt and prior FBI Agent George
Gordon Liddy.
Biographic Profile   Personnel File   Personnel File 2

Agency officer J.W. Moore

Agency officer J.W. Moore

James Walton Moore
Moore served in the US Navy, was a member of the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Central Intelligence Group, then joined the CIA and was assigned to its Washington DC headquarters. He transferred to Special Operations Division for whom he conducted overseas assignments in India, China, and other parts of Asia. Eventually Moore was promoted to the role of intelligence officer and he later managed a small local CIA office within Dallas in nineteen sixty-three. Moore had multiple contacts with George de Mohrenschildt a known associate of Lee Harvey Oswald and de Mohrenschildt claimed they discussed Oswald significantly before the assassination of President Kennedy.
This claim drew unwanted attention to Moore after reporters
and members of the public attempted to link him to the Kennedy
assassination with the name Maurice Bishop.   
Personal History Statement   Personnel File   Security File

JMWAVE Officer D.S. MORALES

JMWAVE Officer D.S. MORALES

David Sanchez Morales
He was born in the spring of nineteen twenty-six and his career prior to the Agency included physical education instruction at public schools during the nineteen forties. Morales subsequently joined the United States Army in nineteen forty-six and during his time in the military simultaneously was studying law, political science, and multiple foreign languages. He left the military according to his Agency biographic profile in nineteen fifty-three and he was an operations officer assigned to Havana station in Cuba by nineteen fifty-eight. During January of nineteen sixty-three Morales was classified as an operations officer serving as the Deputy Chief of JMWAVE station in Miami and official note he
orchestrated or undertook multiple covert and paramilitary
operations across the Americas. Subsequently he used a
position in the Agency for International Development (AID)
as operational cover and some have claimed Morales was
involved multiple political assassinations. These public
allegations purport he privately claimed responsibility for
these crimes but no substantial evidence has been offered
to verify such assertions.
Personal History Statement   Personnel File

Ops OFficer George F. Munro

Ops OFficer George F. Munro

George Frederick Munro
Munro served in the United States Army until nineteen forty, attended Stanford Law School, and later joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During his Bureau service, he was employed as the FBI Legal Attaché in the US Embassy in Peru and Munro subsequently was an operations officer for the CIA during the nineteen sixties in the Clandestine Service gathering intelligence while using the pseudonym Jeremy Benedum. A notable undertaking Munro directed was the compartmentalized Project LITEMPO to support CIA operations in collaboration with Mexican officials that was reportedly known only to Mexico City station officers Winston Scott, Anne Goodpasture, and David
Phillips. He later became the Chief of Mexico City station and
was the CIA Liaison Agent to the FBI before he retired abroad.
Personnel File   

Station chief David E. Murphy

Station chief David E. Murphy

David Edmund Murphy
He was born during nineteen twenty-one, served in Korea among the US Army during WWII and joined the CIA in nineteen forty-seven during its official year of inception. He subsequently operated under US Defense Department cover and was promoted to Deputy Chief of Station in Berlin serving under William K. Harvey. Murphy would succeed Harvey as Station Chief during the nineteen sixties but possessed a mixed record of failed recruitment attempts targeting Soviet intelligence assets. Murphy rose to lead Soviet Russia Division and was among the CIA officers who also doubted the credentials of Soviet defector Yuri Nosenko and this led him and others to suppress information
regarding Nosenko's captivity from President's Commission
investigators. Despite supporting the activities of the Agency's
Counterintelligence Staff pursuing their case against Nosenko,
Murphy himself became a target of the ongoing internal Agency
mole hunt by Counterintelligence Chief James Angleton. His
reputation was partially tarnished by Angleton's failed attempts
and Murphy's rise in the Agency hierarchy was prevented despite
later being named Chief of Station in Paris.
Personnel File   Personnel File 2

KGB defector Yuriy Nosenko

KGB defector Yuriy Nosenko

Yuriy Ivanovich Nosenko
He was born in a port town in the fall of nineteen twenty seven and was the son of Ivan Nosenko the Soviet Minister of Shipbuilding under Nikita Khrushchev. Following his later recruitment into the Soviet Navy during WWII Nosenko would allegedly shoot himself in the leg to avoid wartime service. Despite this event he was later recruited into the Soviet GRU intelligence organization using Naval cover and later transferred to the KGB. During his time in the later Soviet intelligence group Nosenko approached United States intelligence officials to defect in Switzerland and he would become the nexus of a drama that lasted years within the Central Intelligence Agency pitting
Counterintelligence Chief James Angleton, his staff, and the
leaders of Soviet Russia Division against other Agency officers
over Nosenko's credibility. Due to inconsistent details from some
of Nosenko's claims and one prior defector's warning of false
defectors, the Angleton faction believed that Nosenko was a
false defector and part of a larger Russian conspiracy to deceive
Western intelligence groups. As turmoil and internal struggles
gripped some in the Agency, Nosenko himself was sent to a
prison style limbo at the CIA's Camp Peary Isolation facility in
Virginia for nearly five years. Constrained to a simple diet,
sleep deprived, with a thin blanket, cot, and a single light bulb
Nosenko faced endless days of repeated interrogation. Some
years later CIA leaders overruled the Angleton faction's hold
over the defector's case and Nosenko subsequently was
released. Following the ordeal he was compensated and
later became a contract agent for the Agency to perform
intelligence lectures and assessments. Nevertheless some
modern research and evidence supports the claims of
Nosenko being the false defector the Angleton faction prior
branded him. No matter his ultimate motivations, related
allegations damaged the career of dozens of associated
intelligence officers and demonstrated the difficulties handling
an intelligence defector. Nosenko's story is a cautionary tale to
both defectors and the groups dealing with them because the
mere rumor of betrayal can incite a nearly permanent
atmosphere of paranoia.
Misc. Identifier File   Personnel File    

Security Chief J.P. O'Connell

Security Chief J.P. O'Connell

James Patrick O'Connell
O'Connell prior served in the disbanded military intelligence predecessor group the Office of Strategic Services, the FBI, and subsequently was employed for intelligence case investigations by the CIA. He was trained in cryptography, security protocols, and management, later promoted to Desk Chief of Operational Support. O'Connell recruited attorney Robert Maheu into the Central Intelligence Agency where subsequently both men participated in the Castro plots. Under official mandates, they attempted to use Maheu's criminal underworld connections to recruit Mafioso to attack the Cuban regime. O' Connell sat upon the CIA's headquarters security committee, would serve as the
Chief of Regional Security in Far East Division, and later became
the Deputy Director of the CIA's Office of Security before his over
twenty years career ended with the Agency.
Personnel File   Security File

AGENCY CISIG chief B.D. O'neal

AGENCY CISIG chief B.D. O'neal

Birch Dilworth O'Neal
He was born during nineteen thirteen in California and following high school O'Neal became an FBI agent, Department of State employee, a member of the Central Intelligence Group, and a lawyer who joined the Agency during the CIA's organizational founding in nineteen forty-seven. Operational concerns would take O'Neal to Europe, Latin America, and Africa using diplomatic roles as cover for his assignments and he reportedly was Station Chief in Guatemala during the upheaval of its government by Operation PBSUCCESS. He was later assigned to the Counterintelligence Staff at CIA headquarters under James J. Angleton and O'Neal eventually led the Counterintelligence
Special Investigations Group within the Directorate of Plans. He
gained the position of Assistant to the Director of
Counterintelligence and subsequently retired after over twenty
years of service to the CIA in nineteen seventy having served
in different government agencies for nearly three decades.
Personnel File

InTelligence Officer H.M. Orr

InTelligence Officer H.M. Orr

Howard McCrea Orr
Orr was a native of Ohio who served in the United States Army's Air Force during World War II and returned to America to run a family canning business. At the University of Michigan, he undertook courses in foreign languages, history, and received a master's degree in international studies. Orr was utilized as both an intelligence and operations officer amid the nineteen fifties in the Agency's Soviet Russian Division and held various operational roles within the Directorate of Plans. Foreign intelligence operations in the Soviet Union, Brazil, Chile, and Venezuela kept Orr busy until the middle of the nineteen seventies and he retired after greater than two decades at
the CIA.
Biographic Profile

CIa officer David A. Phillips

CIa officer David A. Phillips

David Atlee Phillips
He was a foreign agent in the nineteen fifties assigned the code name FULMINATOR-1 and Phillips was a key operator for the Agency during nineteen fifty-two in Chile. He supported CIA efforts during the nineteen fifty-four officially backed overthrow of the democratic government of Guatemala during Operation PBSUCCESS. This foreign destabilization of a targeted regime included some other notable CIA employees related to later important historical events that included E. Howard Hunt, Anne Goodpasture, and Birch O'Neal. Phillips would serve as a staff employee, staff agent, was a covert agent within Cuba station, and during nineteen sixty-one, he moved to the Agency's Mexico
City station. He became the station's covert action chief during
March of nineteen sixty-three and the same year Phillips is
promoted to supervising the station's Cuban foreign intelligence
efforts. He transfers from Mexico to become Chief of Station in
the Dominican Republic during nineteen sixty-five and would
eventually return to become Chief of Cuban Operations at CIA
headquarters in 1969. By nineteen seventy-three, he became
Chief of Western Hemisphere Division and his career officially
ended in nineteen seventy-five as the Chief of Latin American
Division. After his retirement, Phillips became a vocal defender
of the Agency and defended its varied illegal operations, some
of which he participated in and managed.
Biographic Profile   Fitness Report   Personnel File

Agency employee J. S. Piccolo

Agency employee J. S. Piccolo

Joseph Stefan Piccolo
Piccolo initially worked as a file clerk at CIA headquarters in Washington D.C. during nineteen fifty-seven and three years later, his Agency superiors grant Piccolo cover status to conceal his government affiliations. He participated in the Agency's mail interception Project HTLINGUAL and the U.S. Air Force's 113th Tactical Wing in nineteen sixty-two and during nineteen sixty-four, Piccolo joined the Agency Junior Officer Training Corps and became a case officer. He subsequently became an operations officer in nineteen sixty-five, served at the CIA's Mexico City station, and would later rise to the position of Deputy Chief of Operations Coordination Branch for East Asia and Africa.
Fitness Report   Personnel File

Branch Chief F.C. Randall

Branch Chief F.C. Randall

Frederick Crawford Randall
Randall was a World War II veteran educated in government, international relations, and he began his time with the CIA during nineteen fifty-one the Office of Special Operations serving in the field. Noted for his skeptical analysis of intelligence sources he was employed nearly two decades in multiple officer capacities while conducting operations first within Indonesia at the behest of the Directorate of Plans. In time, he was promoted to Chief of Branch III Foreign Resources Division and later was made Chief of the Privacy Information Unit in the Directorate of Operations.
Biographic Profile   Personnel File

SR Base Chief J.G. Richardson

SR Base Chief J.G. Richardson

Jacques Gabriel Richardson
He was born the son of car dealer during nineteen twenty-four in Maryland, attended high school in Canada, and graduated from the University of Michigan. Jacques served the US Army during WWII and later conducted intelligence analysis and civil censorship in his role of liaison officer. He was employed by the Agency in Japan until nineteen sixty and subsequently transferred to Soviet Russia Division where Richardson became the Chief of North Asia Command's Soviet Base. During the performance of his espionage operations Jacques noticed defector Lee Harvey Oswald and considered recruiting him using the pseudonym Thomas B. Casasin. Simultaneously, Richardson
was running a tourist agent within Russia who eventually similar
to Oswald married a Soviet national and immigrated with her. In
nineteen sixty-two, this CIA officer transferred to a cover assignment
with his new position at Conover-Mast Publications in Europe. During
nineteen seventy-four, he is credited as having constructed a superb
cover but was only reasonably proficient at developing agents.
Personal History Statement
Personnel File   Personnel File 2   Personnel File 3 Personnel File 4

CUBAN AGENT E. A. RodRiguez

CUBAN AGENT E. A. RodRiguez

Emilio Americo Rodriguez
Emilio hailed from Cuba and first entered the US in nineteen forty-two, studied at Tulane University, attained a student pilot certification, and was naturalized in nineteen forty nine. Rodriguez later spoke four languages with varying proficiency while using his real name to conduct business in Havana and used a pseudonym in the United States for Agency operations
to gather intelligence. Officials assigned him the cryptonym AMIRE-1 and his operations associated with leading Cuban dissidents who organized resistance organizations that opposed the Castro regime.
Personal History Statement

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Leo Rosenbaum
Rosenbaum was born during nineteen twenty-three, he went on to study chemistry at New York University, and later became a laboratory technician. He served in the US Army during WWII receiving two Purple Hearts and majored in multiple disciplines of science at Syracuse University. Subsequently, Leo became a chemist the CIA hired in the role of librarian during nineteen fifty-one and would later transition to the position of document analyst. Rosenbaum participated in Latvian and Soviet
Branch operations from CIA headquarters and later served
during the nineteen sixties as the Chief of Counterintelligence
for the Soviet Russia Branch.
Biographic Profile

Intel Officer A.F. Sherman

Intel Officer A.F. Sherman

Adrian Fisher Sherman Jr.
He served in the US Army during WWII and subsequently was recruited for military intelligence during the nineteen forties while the Department of the Air Force employed his wife. During nineteen fifty-two until nineteen fifty-four, he served at Clark Air Force Base and drew the attention of the Agency. Sherman, reportedly was an expert with pistols and rifles, was assigned to the Agency as an intelligence officer while simultaneously holding rank in the military and feasibly later using State Department cover. When he left the military, he worked for Pan
American Airlines for over a decade and later was hired as an
investigator by the Attorney General's of Florida. Among Sherman's
later missing personal effects reportedly were plans to assassinate
Fidel Castro.  
Personal History Statement

CIa employee Richard Snyder

CIa employee Richard Snyder

Richard Edward Snyder
He attended Yale University before serving in the United States military and joined the ranks of military intelligence during WWII. Snyder began working as an independent contractor for the Agency in the nineteen forties and reportedly ended his service to the CIA but not to military intelligence before his US State Department employment. He eventually became the Second Secretary at the US Embassy in Moscow and worked for several years using the diplomatic positions to conceal his feasible intelligence gathering. Subsequently he encountered and spoke with Lee Harvey Oswald following the former Marine's defection to Russia but Snyder never processed Oswald's request purportedly
due to his strange demeanor and youth. He additionally arranged for
multiple press members to attempt interviews with Oswald, helped
the Oswalds immigrate to America, and represents just one of several
Agency connected people who crossed paths multiple times with the
defector prior to Lee Harvey Oswald's alleged later role in the
Kennedy assassination.  
Security File   Personnel File

CIA CI Staff Chief H. Swenson

CIA CI Staff Chief H. Swenson

Harold Francis Swenson
The spring of nineteen fifteen Swenson was born, he married his wife Mildred during nineteen forty three in New Jersey, and was among the CIA employees under Berlin Chief of Station William Harvey during the nineteen fifties. Swenson lived in Bethesda, Maryland during nineteen sixty-three and the next year he was responsible for supervising the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters Counterintelligence Staff. His duties included Special Affairs Staff oversight, supporting Clandestine Service components, and in nineteen sixty-five he assumed American State Department cover for the management of Cuban agents. Agency superiors lauded Swenson's proficiency in handling
several resident agents within Cuba from a distant post and
he worked for the Agency for twenty years reportedly as a
skilled operator among the Agency's counterintelligence
officers. His wife Mildred worked for the State Department,
the Agency for International Development (a group used
as a cover mechanism repeatedly by the CIA), and she
possessed Top Secret clearance as well.
Fitness Report   Personal History Statement   Personnel File

translator Anna Tarasoff

translator Anna Tarasoff

Anna Adamoviez Tarasoff
Anna hailed from Ohio and worked for The Cleveland Trust Company bank, it was in that city she met her Russian husband Boris and they married during the nineteen forties. As nineteen fifty-seven passed, Tarasoff was hired as a clerk for the Central Intelligence Agency and the couple eventually works in concert to support the Agency's intelligence processing and surveillance operations in Mexico City. She transcribed and translated intelligence material that some officials often misrepresented to support the narrative of critical government investigations. Related officials purported that Lee Harvey Oswald made several visits to Communist allied embassy compounds in Mexico City
and met with a Soviet espionage agent based on reports the
couple provided. Nevertheless, some of Anna's later statements
call into question the official claims that Oswald made every
appearance cited in the President's Commission Report but
some of the original evidence was concealed for decades
or destroyed.
Personal History Statement   Personnel File   Personnel File 2

CIA Translator B. Tarasoff

CIA Translator B. Tarasoff

Boris Dmitri Tarasoff
He was born during nineteen hundred and eight within Russia, immigrated to the United States to become a naturalized citizen, and met his wife Anna during the nineteen forties in Cleveland. The CIA subsequently hires Tarasoff and his wife to aid in transcribing and translating some Agency surveillance traffic from Communist aligned embassies and other specified targets for Mexico City station. He was associated with having translated questioned evidence officials used to allege Lee Harvey Oswald appeared at the Soviet and Cuban Embassy compounds on multiple occasions. However, the tapes and some original transcriptions the couple produced were destroyed before
most investigators could review them. Tarasoff and his wife
later testified to the House Select Committee on Assassinations,
were unable to explain why officials had not memorialized
their work, and made some interpretations that were not
supported by witness memory of the destroyed original materials.
Fitness Report   Personal History Statement   Personnel File   

T.F.W. agent S.C.G. Guy Vitale

T.F.W. agent S.C.G. Guy Vitale

Salvatore Cresenzio Gaetano Guy Vitale
Salvatore began life in nineteen seventeen, studied political science at George Washington University, and joined the US Army during WWII. Following his wartime assignments, Vitale was a covert Agency intelligence agent in the Department of Defense that eventually became a member of the United States Army Joint Operations Group at the Pentagon. Over the course of his intelligence career with the CIA, he was an intelligence assistant, operations officer, and was a member of Task Force W where Vitale focused on plots to overthrow the Cuban government under the command of William Harvey. During nineteen sixty-three Vitale's immediate supervisor at the
Pentagon was Agency officer Calvin Hicks and the CIA
employed him for over twenty-six years in several roles and
Vitale received a retirement commendation from prior Director
of Central Intelligence Richard Helms. 
Personal History Statement   Personnel File

Ops Officer G. von Bretzel

Ops Officer G. von Bretzel

George James von Bretzel
He reportedly was born in Japan to a wealthy Russian family that escaped the Communist Revolution in their homeland and eventually for employment prospects von Bretzel relocated to the United States. George served in the American military at the Battle of the Bulge and later married a Russian native adopted by United States Navy Admiral Newton McCully. He attended St. Lawrence University, went onto employment as a chemist for an industrial paint company, and in nineteen fifty he was being trained by the CIA. He served as a translator and intelligence analyst for CIA's Soviet Russia Division and later during nineteen sixty-eight was utilized as a CIA instructor in Washington D.C.
at headquarters. The US Navy subsequently employed von
Bretzel and his wife during their residence abroad in Japan
and Europe.
Biographic Profile    

Intel. officer E. l. Walter

Intel. officer E. l. Walter

Eugene LeRoy Walter Jr. 
Eugene hailed from the Virgin Islands and later received pilot training in the US Navy via the Army Air Force during the nineteen forties. He attends multiple universities nationwide to serve as a military scientist and is eventually promoted to the rank of Commander in the Navy's Medical Service Corps. Walter trained in preventive medicine, microbiology, biochemistry, pathology, biological warfare, and he joins various United States government organizations for additional scientific training. As nineteen sixty-nine passed he was employed in the role of intelligence officer within the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology.         
Biographic Profile

Intel Officer R.P. Wheeler

Intel Officer R.P. Wheeler

Robert Prentiss Wheeler
Wheeler received his education in political science at the University of California, served in the United States Navy during part of WWII, and later was employed as an intelligence specialist. The Agency trained him in clandestine writing techniques, secret writing, operations, and he served as both a foreign intelligence and operations officer. Additionally, Wheeler trained agents, improved Agency covert action development, and further received a commendation for developing Far East intelligence elements. He became a Chief of Station in Honolulu during nineteen sixty-five and ended serving under non-official cover in the nineteen seventies. 
Biographic Profile   Personnel File

CI Staff Agent LEE H. Wigren

CI Staff Agent LEE H. Wigren

Lee Hobart Wigren 
He was born in Massachusetts, graduated from Yale University, served in the Second World War, became a Counterintelligence Staff employee in nineteen fifty-one and later served in the Agency's Research Branch during the President's Commission investigation. In nineteen sixty-four, The Agency's Soviet Russia Division chief directs Wigren to utilize the Counterintelligence Staff for composing and sending questions to the "...Commission for relay to the Soviet Government." Wigren supervised research done by the Agency regarding Lee Harvey Oswald in Russia to support investigative efforts but these inquiries overlooked some contending details and Agency operations during the same period.
He subsequently trained agents, lectured, administrated multiple
studies to assist field operations against Soviet intelligence, and
eventually was considered an expert on Soviet affairs. Wigren
served on multiple public commissions during a portion of his
official tenure and eventually retired after serving in the CIA for
thirty years.
Fitness Report   Personnel File

Finance clerk JAmes Wilcott

Finance clerk JAmes Wilcott

James Bernard Wilcott
The Agency employed Wilcott to record operational expenses and manage paperwork generated by related transactions in the role of Fiscal Accountant Clerk. Wilcott alleged later to Congressional investigators that he observed references in paperwork and heard rumors about Lee Harvey Oswald being a CIA informant or agent. Despite Wilcott's allegations gaining support in some of the public, he never produced the required corroborating evidence to prove his claims and eventually later evidence challenged them. Following Wilcott's death, claims have repeatedly been offered as information that supports a conspiracy but the files related to these allegations contend
such enduring speculations.
Personnel File   Security File

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Earl Jay Williamson
He attended Loyola College and joined the United States Army during WWII, Williamson is assigned to the US Embassy in Cuba under State Department cover during regime of Fulgencio Batista. He became CIA Deputy Chief of Station in Havana and Williamson married the niece of a local sugar magnate then was reassigned to serve as Deputy Chief of Station in the capital of Spain while using the cryptonym QUSWIFT-1. Following Agency negotiations with Cuban exile leader Rolando Cubela Secades, a likely double agent, Williamson is selected to lead the CIA's Foreign
Intelligence Branch and later was the Station Chief of San Jose in
the nation of Costa Rica. However, Williamson's controversial term
of service ended with his recall due to public accusations of
American plots to overthrow the reigning government of President
Jose Figueres Ferrer. While no definitive evidence was produced in
the matter, several verifiable other simultaneous clandestine plots
to remove opposing foreign leaders active near this period supports
related suspicions. Despite this controversy, Williamson retired with
multiple service awards and commendations in nineteen
seventy-two after over twenty years of CIA employment.
Misc. OLC Document   Personnel File   Personnel File 2

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James Sauvie Woods
Woods served in the US Army, was a Treasury Department employee, and began his career at the Agency in the role of file clerk to subsequently perform foreign intelligence analysis two years later at the US Atsugi airbase in Japan. He subsequently became an operations officer the next year and Woods later undertook records management analysis and records administration at CIA headquarters and in Vietnam. Woods concluded most of his final years of Agency employment in the
Office of Records Administration at headquarters and served
the majority of his career under the Directorate of Plans. 
Biographic Profile   Personnel File 

TSD officer R.M. Zambernardi

TSD officer R.M. Zambernardi

Robert M. Zambernardi
He became an employee of the Photographic Support Branch in the Directorate of Plans during nineteen fifty-eight. Officials note Zambernardi's rapid development of quality photography while being trained without any prior experience and he subsequently joins the Technical Services Division to specialize in clandestine photography. He later is promoted to the role of technical aids intelligence officer and by nineteen sixty Zambernardi was assigned to Mexico City under Station Chief Winston Scott. During his assignment to Mexico City, Zambernardi deployed agents, conducted photographic surveillance, and used base houses for the operational development of intelligence largely
targeting the Russian and multiple other Soviet aligned embassies.  
Fitness Report    Personnel File   

Research by: C.A.A. Savastano