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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe, by Philip Agee and Louis Wolf



30 May 2010
Related:
"Where Myths Lead to Murder," Philip Agee: http://cryptome.org/dirty-work/cia-myths.htm
"How to Spot a Spook," John Marks: http://cryptome.org/dirty-work/spot-spook.htm

From: Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe, by Philip Agee and Louis Wolf, 1978, pp. 717-34.

III. Who's Where

The following listing of the nations of Western Europe include each person listed in the Biographies who was at any time posted in each country. For some countries, additional information about the U. S. intelligence activities there is given, as are additional sources beyond articles published in this book. Because of their appearance in articles, some persons who did not serve in Western Europe are also to be found in the Biographies. These persons are listed at the end of this section, with the country of most recent known posting given. Full details for each person in this section may be found by referring to the biographical listing.

Austria

AMERICAN EMBASSY
IX Boltzmanngasse 16
A-1091 Vienna
34-66-11, 34-75-11
The CIA Station in Vienna has for many years been one of the most vital to the Agency in all Europe. It is what is known in intelligence Circles as a "listening post" for Eastern Europe, and serves as the base For vital planning and tactical support for ongoing covert operations in The region. It is therefore no coincidence that, both currently and over most of the post-war era, many veterans in the Clandestine Service served time under cover in Vienna.
ALLNER, FREDERICK A. Jr.
BAKKE, ALFRED C.
BERG, JOHN W.
BULL, RICHARD C.
BURGSTALLER, EUGEN F.
CARLSON, ERIC JOHN
CREE, PAUL G. Jr.
DOMBROWSKY, DA VID L.
DCKSTEIN, WILLIAM HERBERT
ELBON, SAM B.
GALE, CHARLES R. Jr.
GIESECKE, FRITZ H.
GRAVER, WILLIAM J.
GREENE, HARRIS CARL
GROVE, DEREK A.
HEALEY, RICHARD D.
HONEYCUTT, ARMAND A.
KARPOVICH, SERGE
KEEGAN, MARY T.
KEMERY, RAYMOND F.
KLEIN, THEODORE
KRUMVIEDE, DALE M.
KUNZ, GEORGE J.
LIESER, WILLIAM D.
LIVINGSTON, JAMES A.
MALTON, CHARLES TROFFORD Jr.
MAPOTHER, JOHN RUBEL
MONTGOMERY, HUGH
O'NEAL, EVERETT C.
OWEN, MARY J.
PAVITT, JAMES L.
PECHOUS, EDWIN J.
PERKINS, LILIAN
PETTY, PAUL R.
PLATT, JOHN C. III
POLGAR, THOMAS
PONSART, CHARLES M.
ROSENBERG, NATHAN A.
ROTH, ROBERT HUGH
SCHNEIDER, PHILLIP M.
SISTERMAN, JOHN B.
WALKER, RICHARD T.
WEISZ, GEORGE
WILDER, THROOP M. Jr.
WITECKI, THOMAS A.

Belgium

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Brussels
513-3830
As the home of a number of international institutions of great importance to the CIA and to overall U.S. foreign policy (such as NATO, the European Common Market, and the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions), Brussels is one of the more significant European stations within the CIA's priorities.
BOVEE, HOWARD W.
BROWN JOHN P.
BUCHANAN,GEORGE
BULL, RICHARD C.
CIAZZA, ADRIAN B.
CREEDEN, WILLIAM E.
EATON, ROBERT FRANCIS
FEDKIW, CARL P.
FUEHRER,ALLEN
GILHOOLY, JOHN F.
HAGEN, GERALD E.
HUBER, HERBERT GOTTLIEB
KEEGAN, MARY T.
KELLY, GILES MERRILL
KOPLOWITZ, WILFRED D.
KOWALEWSKI, STEPHEN 1.
LINDSA Y, GERALD G.
McCULLOUGH, JOHN P.
McDERMOTT, JOHN E.
MINOR, WILLIAM B.
MONTGOMERY, JAMES D.
MUSSER, VICTORIA
O'NEAL, EVERETT C.
ROBERTS, ROWLAND E. Jr.
ROTH, ROBERT HUGH
SHERRY, FRANCIS S. III
STILKE, RICHARD F.
THOMPSON, MICHAEL S.

Cyprus

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Therissos St. & Dositheos St.
Nicosia
65151/5
BATSON, CHARLES C.
BEHRENS, JAMES E.
BESSETTE, ARTHUR J.
BRADSHAW, BEVERLEY B.
CHAREST, ELDON E.
DAVIS, STANLEY W. Jr.
ESTES, RONALD EDWARD
FAUGHT, DAVID W.
FORTNER, LUTHER C.
GREGORY, GERALD D.
HOSHEIT, GEORGE W.
JONES, FRANK WILLIAMS, Jr.
KIRBY, JOHN THOMAS
LARSON, ROBERT H.
LOFGREN, WILLIAM S.
LUTHY, WALTER P.
MALOY, KEVIN A.
MASTERSON, RICHARD B.
McGEE, JOSEPH V.
PINEAU, JOHN A.
REINHARDT, ARTHUR F.
RUCKMAN, JAMES R.
SLACK, GEORGE LEE
WELCH, RICHARD SKEFFINGTON

Denmark

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Dag Hammarskjolds Aile 24
Copenhagen
(01) 12-31-44, 12-77-91
The Copenhagen CIA Station was first revealed in the newspaper Information.
Source: Information, "CIA, Diplomat-Agenter i Danmark," 12-13 July 1975
BENEDICT, GARY D.
DALE, CHARLES J.
FENNER, BILLY A.
GOTCHEF, EDWARD J.
GREGORY, GERALD D.
JENSEN, HANS J.
JOHNSON, QUENTIN C.
KINGSLEY, ROLFE
LANNON, JOHN M.
LOFGREN, WILLIAM S.
MASTERSON, RICHARD B.
POTTS, ROBERT D.
ROBERTS, ROWLAND E. Jr.
SANDEL, LEO
SHERMAN, VAUGHN A.
WARREN, EVERETT G.

Finland

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Italinen Puisotie 14
SF-00140 Helsinki 14
11931
The Helsinki CIA Station was first revealed by a British journalist living in Sweden, George Lennox.
Source: Dagens Nyheter, Tor Hognas, "Vi stoppade inte Lennox-intervjun," 8 November 1975
DUNN, JIMMY C.
ECKROTE, DONALD G.
HUTCHINS, BRUCE DUANE
MERIKOSKI, JUHA OLIVA
PALMERI, STEPHEN A. Jr.
PINEAU, JOHN A.
SIMENSON, WILLIAM CHARLES
SIMPSON, ROBERT K.
STENGER, JEROME JOSEPH Jr.
TAYLOR, RICHARD L.
VAGO, RICHARD L.
WHIPPLE, DAVID D.
WINSKY, STEPHEN

France

AMERICAN EMBASSY
2 Avenue Gabriel
75008 Paris
265-7460

Sources:
Liberation, "32 Agents de la CIA a Paris Identifies," "La CIA a Paris: Deuxieme Liste," & "Les 3 Jours de la CIA," 13-15 January 1976.
Le Nouvel Observateur, Rene Backmann, Franz-Olivier Giesbert and Oliver Todd, "Ce Que Cherchent les Agents de la CIA en France".
One of the larger CIA complements in Europe, the Paris Station has been headed by a Special Assistant to the Ambassador, the veteran Eugen F. Burgstaller. Besides Burgstaller's office, the Station also includes three other well-defined units - the Regional Reports Office, Regional Administrative Support, and the American Liaison Section - as well as a small telecommunications group.
The names first appeared in Liberation, an independent left-wing daily in Paris, which gives prominent coverage to the activities of the CIA throughout the world.
ACON, WILLIAM J.
AMIANO, SUZANNE K.
BAIRD, DOROTHY H.
BERG, JOHN W.
BERGER, MICHAEL JAY
BONIN, DONALD C.
BOVEE, HOWARD W.
BOWMAN, DONALD E.
BURGSTALLER, EUGEN F.
CAMPBELL, NANCY M.
CERRA, RONALD L.
CESSNA, LINDA C.
CHOUKALOS, DALE
COLE, BARBARA R.
CORRIGAN, JAMES L.
COVIELLO, JOSEPH LOUIS
CRAWFORD, SETH T.
CUSICK, CHARLES J.
DER-VERTANIAN, ANNA
DONOVAN, ANN C.
DORVAL, NANCY E.
DOWNEY, SALLY MARIE
DUBERMAN, DAVID DUNN,
EDWARD PAUL
EATON, JOAN C.
FARRELL, NANCY A.
FARRELL, SYLVESTER L.
FISHER, MARGARET V.
FLING, GRAHAM J. III
FORD, NANCY FRIEND, JULIUS W. Jr.
GELINAS, PAUL R.
GEORGE, CLAIR ELROY
HARWOOD, PAUL VINCENT
HEALEY, DONALD 1.
HOLT, PETER G.
JETON, FRANCIS JOHN
KAHANE, RICHARD A.
KEMERY, RAYMOND F.
KENNEY, JOHN H.
KIRBY. JOHN THOMAS
KOPLOWITZ, WILFRED D.
LANDRETH, RODNEY N. II
LAX, MORRIS H.
McBRIDE, MICHAEL G.
MILLER, JUDITH A.
MONTGOMERY, HUGH
MURPHY, DAVID E.
MURPHY, JAMES G.
MURPHY, JAMES M.
NICKERSON, DAVID
NYHUS, PAUL GRAHAM
PARKE, MARGARET
PLATT, JOHN C. III
POLTAR, ROBERT S.
RACKHAM, JOHN SCOTT
SABOE, DONALD L.
SALTSMAN, JOSEPH IRL
SELSKY, OLEG N.
SEVIER, LEWIS V.
SHEA, JOHN J.
SLIFER, HARRY SEGER Jr.
STARR, GAIL A.
TACCONELLI, DOMINIC J.
VIDAL, EVALENA S.
VREELAND, FREDERICK DALZIEL
WILLCOX, JOHN M.
WILLIAMS, GARY M.

Germany

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Mehlemer Avenue
5300 Bonn-Bad Goldesberg
(02221) 89-55
Source: Informations-Dienst, 31 January 1976
With over 1000 people, the Bonn Embassy is believed to be the biggest in the world. Even larger than the Paris operation, the CIA Station in Bonn has until recently been headed by William J. Graver, who held the nominal post of Coordinator and Advisor (OCA), under cover of the Department of State. The new Chief at this vital Station is reported to be Warren E. Frank. His office contains separate Research, Records, and Liaison offices, and there are also CIA personnel under the Office of the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (OSD/ISA) and the United States Army Europe (USAREUR), Regional Survey Unit.
Prior to publication, the Editors contacted seven different offices at the Department of State and the Pentagon which deal with German affairs, in an effort to get an accurate and official clarification regardmg the formal link of these offices. The sole clarification came from the Department of the Army intelligence people, who said through a press spokesperson: "We can not confirm or deny that we own the two units" (OCA and USAREUR). Therefore, the Editors have decided to designate these two CIA offices as formally under cover of the Department of State.
Other CIA offices appear under State Department cover in regular Embassy sections, and there is also a telecommunications unit at the Rhein-Main Air Base in Frankfurt.
The names of the CIA people first appeared in the alternative news service Informations-Dienst.
ALBRIGHT, JOY
ALLNER, FREDERICK A. Jr.
ARNST, WILLIAM F.
BARNES, EDWARD O.
BENNETI, WILLIAM E.
BLACKSHEAR, THOMAS RUSSELL
BROUTSAS, CONSTANTINE M.
BROWN, CHARLES J.
CASEY, BURKE M.
CHIPMAN, HAROLD E.
DeLONG, SANDRA J.
DOLGE, JAMES J.
ECKSTEIN, WILLIAM HERBERT
ELLAM, KATHERINE T.
FALCON, JACK
FENDIG, PHILIP FRANKLIN
FRANK, WARREN E.
GRAVER, WILLIAM J.
GYENES, ALFRED
HOLLIS, ALLAN L.
HOWLEY, JAMES M.
HULNICK, ARTHUR S.
JENSEN, HANS J.
JENKINS, CYNTHIA A.
JONES, FRANK WILLIAMS JONES Jr.
KARPOVICH, SERGE
KIMBALL, JOHN W. KLEIN, THEODORE
KLINE, ALBERT HAINES Jr.
LANHAM, CHARLES E.
LATTA, MERRON L.
LEVEN, CHARLES H.
LEWIS, WHITNEY N.
LIPSCOMB, SUZANNE
LITTLE, GEORGE R.
LONG, RICHARD MAXWELL
LUTHER, RICHARD M.
MAAS, ERNST S.
McCABE, WALTER CASSATT
MacDONALD, CHARLES R.
MALZAHN, RICHARD L.
MAPOTHER, JOHN RUBEL
MILLER, WILLIAM B.
MILLS, THOMAS JOHN Jr.
NELSON, GLENN WALTER
NIBLEY, LLOYD E.
ONEIL, FRANCES E.
PALEVICH, JOHN EDWARD
PLAYER, ADGER EMERSON
POLGAR, THOMAS
POLLOCK, BERNARD CHARLES
SCARLATA, LAWRENCE J. Jr.
SCHNEIDER, ROBERT W.
SHERMAN, JOSEPH PETER
SILVER, ARNOLD M.
STOLZ, RICHARD F. Jr.
SUSAN, EDWARD R.
VAN DER RHOER, JAMES PHILIP
VELTE, ROBERT
VREELAND, FREDERICK DALZIEL
WALSH, MICHAEL JOHN
WEISZ, GEORGE
ZIEMER, SUZANNE E.

Greece

AMERICAN EMBASSY
91 Vassilissis Sophia's Boulevard
Athens
71-29-51,71-84-01
Probably the largest CIA operation anywhere in Europe, the Athens CIA Station includes a massive telecommunications complex - the Regional Relay Facility and supporting units - which transmits top-secret coded messages between the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, and CIA Stations beyond Greece. The Athens Station also has its own ample telecommunications group, while the operations officers are divided among the Office of the Special Assistant, the Embassy Political Section, and the Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group-Greece (JUSMAGG).
The first exposé of CIA identities in Greece, which carried the name of the later-assassinated Station Chief Richard Skeffington Welch, appeared in the English-language Athens News. Other articles are also reprinted in this book.
Sources;
Athens News, "Letter of the Committee of Greeks and Greek-Americans" 25 November 1975 '
Athens News, News Stories (see p. 8:; )
Liberation, "Communique of the November 17 Revolutionary Organization"
Philip Agee, "The American Factor in Greece: Old and New," Anti, May 1977.
ALDRIDGE, MILTON
ALLEN, THOMAS M.
BAFFA, FRANCIS R. Jr.
BAKER, JESSE L.
BAKER, ROBERT J.
BAKOS, DENNIS M.
BALDWIN, JAMES DONALD
BARRETT, JOHN W.
BARTLEBAUGH, RICHARD T.
BATCH, JAMES E.
BATSON, CHARLES C.
BECKETT, DONALD F.
BEGLEY, JOSEPH M.
BEHRENS, JAMES E.
BENDER, JACOB E. Jr.
BENDER, PAT
BERNIER, NORMAN A.
BESSETTE, ARTHUR J.
BLAIR, ROBERT DEW
BLANCHARD, JOHN L.
BLODGET, BENJAMIN G.
BRADSHA W,
BEVERLEY B.
BREA W, ROYCE L.
BRIGHT, WILLIAM C.
BUCY, HOWARD C.
BUMP, WILLIAM H. III
BURK, WILLIAM C.
BUSH, JOHN M.
BUTLER, RICHARD H.
CAMPBELL, VAN CLEVE
CANALE, JOSEPH T.
CARTER, LOY L.
CARUSO, JOSEPH A.
CASEY, BURKE M.
CHALMERS, DUNCAN Y.
CHAREST, ELDON E.
CLARK, ROBERT A.
CLAYMIER, ROBERT W.
CLEMENT, CARLOS E.
COMBS, WAYNE S.
CONNORS, THOMAS 1.
COOK, RICHARD C.
COOPER, KENNETH M.
CRAIGIE, DAVID G.
CREEDEN, WILLIAM E.
CROWLING, JOSEPH V.
CURTIS, GENE P.
DAIGLE, DONALD C.
DAMSCHRODER. LAMONT S.
DAVIS, STANLEY W. Jr.
DlMODlCA, JAMES S.
EASON, EARL T.
ELBON, SAM B.
ELMQUEST, KAREN J.
ESTES, RONALD EDWARD
EVANS, WILLIAM J.
FARRELL,KATHLEEN
FAUGHT, DAVID W.
FERENTINOS, JERRY J.
FITZSIMMONS, ZANE R.
FORTNER, LUTHER C.
FRANCIS, GEORGE V.
FREY, PHILIP E.
GAFFNEY, RAYMOND C.
GALLAGHER, JAMES J.
GAMBRELL, BOBBY J.
GEHAN, KENNETH J.
GELWICKS, ORVILLE R.
GEORGE, CLAIR ELROY
GILLEN, DAVID J.
GOFF, THOMAS L.
GOLDMAN, NORMAN
GORDON, MARION C. Jr.
GOUGH, JOHN S.
GRAHAM, CHARLES O.
GRAHAM, LILLIAN
GREENE, HARRIS CARL
GRISWOLD, DONALD M.
GROOMS, CARLTON C.
GROOMS, SANDRA
GROSS, JUNE A.
GROSSMAN, FREDERICK J.
GUDYKA, JOSEPH M.
GULDSETH, FRANK J.
GUY,RAYMON JAMES
HAGEN, GERALD E.
HAM, CAREY ROGER
HARRIS, ALDINE
HART, MARY M.
HAYES, EDWARD R.
HEMBREE, EDWARD J.
HENRY, ALTON L.
HINSON, ARTHUR W.
HORN, MARY JO
HOSHEIT, GEORGE W.
HOWARD, ENID M.
HULSE, STACY B. Jr.
HYATT, JEFFREY L.
HYDE, ROGER L.
HYNDMAN, JAMES ALBERT
JACKOLA, ELMER A.
JACKSON, HENRY F.
JAMESON, BOBBIE
JAROCKI, JOSEPH P.
JOHNS, ROBERT A.
KABLE, CHARLES H. III
KAULFERS, TERRANCE F.
KELLY, DONALD A.
KELLY, WILLIAM V.
KENYON, KYLE G.
KINDELL, FLOREND EDWIN
KINDL, CHARLES L.
KIRBY, DAVID A.
KOWALESKI, FREDERICK J.
KRAMER, LLOYD L.
KRIESEL, FREDERIC A.
KRSIEAN, LEROY C.
KUBLIK, GEORGE
LARSON, ROBERT H.
LEE, RONALD L.
LEWIS, WILLIAM M.
LEWON, LEROY C.
LICHTY, DONI VAN D.
LINDAMOOD, DOUGLAS W.
LOFGREN, WILLIAM S.
LUTHER, RICHARD M.
LUTHY, WALTER P.
LYONS, RODDY G.
McCLUNG, DONALD C.
McDERMOTT, JOHN E.
McGILVRAY, JAMES J.
McINTYRE, JOHN T.
McKEON, TIMOTHY J.
McMANUS, GERALD R.
McWILLIAMS, JAMES W.
MEINBRESSE, JERRY D.
MILLER, WILLIAM B.
MINIER, FREDERICK
MOERGELI, RICHARD N.
MOODY, JACK B.
MOORE, FELIX E.
MORAN, ALFRED C.
MORGAN, BRUCE A.
MORGAN, JUNE S.
MORRISON, CHARLES R.
MUNCY, LARRY M.
MUNSON, JERALD H.
MURPHY, PATRICIA A.
MURRAY, DELMAR E.
MURRAY, JAMES T.
MYERS, JOHN H.
NELSON, MELVIN W.
NESS, RUDOLPH WALTER
NIBLEY, LLOYD E.
NOLAN, EDMUND J.
NORDEEN, RONALD O.
NYFELER, EDWARD KEITH
OLSON, ROBERT WILLIAM
OLSON, RUTH
OLSON, WILLIAM L.
O'NEAL, EVERETT C.
ONIMUS, DAVID R.
PAGANO, LOUIS J.
PALEVICH, JOHN EDWARD
PARSONS, CARL R.
PARSONS, JOHN P.
PAYNE, MASON C.
PEARSON, FRANCIS J.
PENA, PAUL A.
PESHOFF, ROY G.
PETERS, WAYNE E.
PETERSEN, W. GARY
POTTS, JAMES M.
PRICE, RICHARD J.
RAYLE, ROBERT F.
REUTER, RONALD E.
RICE, ARTHUR G.
ROGERS, WAYNE M.
ROUNDS, ROBERT R.
RUCKMAN, JAMES R.
RUDIN, JOHN A.
RUSSELL, ARTHUR F.
SAROFF, PHIL
SCARLATA, LAWRENCE J. Jr.
SCHOLPP, GEORGE E.
SCHULDASKI, ERNEST A.
SCHWARTZ, STEVEN A.
SEPTON, ARTHUR B. Jr.
SEPTON, NAOMI
SHAFFER, RONALD D.
SHEA, JOHN J.
SHEKMER, MICHAEL E.
SIEMIENKIEWICZ, GERALD
SIMPSON, GRANT F.
SIRIANO, HAROLD J.
SIMS, WILLIAM P.
SLACK, GEORGE LEE
SOHLER, RONALD B.
SORRELL, ALLEN R.
STEWART, EDWIN
SULIK, MICHAEL J.
SUSAN, EDWARD R.
TANES, MICHAEL
TAYLOR, ROGER F.
TAYLOR, ROBERT L. Jr.
TEDESCHI, JOHN J.
THOMAS, RICHARD LEE
THOMPSON, FRANCIS A. II
THOMSON, RICHARD C. Jr.
THORNBURGH, CHARLES T.
THUN, LEONARD L.
TYREE, DAVID L.
USTASKI, WALTER
VISELLI, THOMAS L. Jr.
VON SASSENSCHEID, BERTRAM E.
WALKER, EDWARD LEE
WASZKIEWICZ, JOHN H.
WATTS, LUELL A.
WEBB, BRENDA J.
WEBSTER, DANIEL K.
WELCH, RICHARD SKEFFINGTON
WHEELER, HENRY P.
WHITACRE, GORDON C.
WHITFIELD, GEORGE P.
WICHTERMAN, ALVIN R.
WILHELM, JOHN J. Jr.
WILLIAMS, JIMMIE C.
WINSKY, STEPHEN
WRIGHT, STEPHEN E.
YORK, GEORGE S.
ZANIN, JOSEPH D.

Iceland

Laufasvegur 21
Reykjavik
29100
NICKERSON, DAVID
SIMENSON, WILLIAM CHARLES

Italy

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Via V. Veneto, 119/A
00187 Rome
(06) 4674
Sources:
La Repubblica, Steve Weissman, "Ecco La CIA in Italia," 15 January 1976.
L' Espresso, Mario Scialoja, "Quelli delia CIA" & "En Ecco Che Ci Ha Dato I Nomi," 25 January 1976.
The most vulnerable of the CIA operations in Europe, the CIA Station in Rome has received widespread publicity for its ongoing intervention into Italian politics, as revealed in the report of the Pike committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. The Station itself is largely divided between an office under cover of the Embassy Political Section and a United States Army Europe Southern European Projects Unit (USASEPU) also located in the Embassy. There is a CIA telecommunications group, and various other CIA officers have been found in different sections of the Embassy.
As in the case of Germany, the Editors contacted both the Department of State and the Pentagon for some official comment about the formal affiliation of the USASEPU organization. No one, including the State Department's Italy desk officers, knew a thing about it. Once again, the Editors have designated it as a functional unit under cover of the Department of State.
The first articles naming recent CIA officers in Italy appeared in the Rome daily La Repubblica and the weekly magazine L' Espresso.
ACON, WILLIAM J.
AFRICH, ROSE F.
ALHIMOOK, DANIEL
ATKINS, EDWIN FRANKLIN
BERG, JOHN W. .
BOIES, ROBERT E.
BROYLES, RICHARD G.
BRUNSON, GERALD L.
CAPELLINI, SUSAN C.
CHELLINO, CATHERINE
CIOCI, MARIO L.
COSTANZO, CHRISTOPHER D.
CRAWFORD, SETH TURNER
CUMMINGS, CAROL K.
DEVEREUX, ROBERT E.
DEGRANDS DOMINIC J.
Di STEFANO, JOSEPH A.
DOMINGUEZ, OLGA
ELLIS, HOWARD J.
EVANS, REBECCA T.
FENNER, BILLY A.
FRIEND, JULIUS W. Jr.
GALE, CHARLES R. Jr.
GERNER, GEORGE W.
GIAMMARINO, JOSEPHINE P.
GRANT, CHARLES R.
GREENE, HARRIS CARL
HANDFORD, JANET MARIE
HANSON, DEAN P.
HEALEY, RICHARD D.
HULSE, STACY B. Jr.
HUTCHISON, TERRELL WARREN
IMBREY, HOWARD
IORIO, ARTHUR
KAMBA, LAWRENCE F.
KEAR, DONALD L.
KEEFE, JOHN F.
KOSTIW, MICHAEL V.
LAX, MORRIS H.
LONAM, WILLIAM B.
MARX, JOHN P.
MONTGOMERY, HUGH
MORGAN, DONNIE E.
MURPHY, PATRICIA A.
NELSON , CATHERINE L.
PREGANO, VIRGINIA C.
RADER, OWEN R.
RILEY, BYRON B.
ROBERTS, JAMES W. Jr.
SANDEL,LEO
SEDNAOUI, MICHAEL C.
SHEA, JOHN J.
SINGLETON, STEPHEN E.
SPINELLI, ROBERT L. Jr.
STAUBER, PHILIP L.
STOLZ, RICHARD F. Jr.
STONE, HOWARD EDWARD
TANES, MICHAEL
THOMPSON, MICHAEL S.
WILSON, EDWARD
WILT, EDWARD JAMES II
WRIGHT, ORRIN M.
WYATT, FELTON MARK

Luxembourg

22 Boulevard Emmanuel Servais
Brussels
40123/7
CRAWFORD, SETH TURNER
SILVER, ARNOLD M.
WYATT, FELTON MARK

Netherlands

AMERICAN EMBASSY
102 Lange Voorhout
The Hague
62-49-11
One of the smaller units, the CIA Station in The Hague was first revealed by the Dutch weekly Vrij Nederland.
Source: Vrij Nederland, Rudi Van Meurs, "De Firma-Nogmaals: de CIA in Nederland" 31 January 1976.'
ALHIMOOK, DANIEL
BANE, HOWARD T.
COOPER, KENNETH M.
GINSBURG, HARVEY
HULSE, STACY B. Jr.
KETELHUT, DAVID
KORN, THOMAS A.
LANDRETH, RODNEY N. II
MALZAHN, RICHARD L.
MARX, JOHN P.
SALA, LAWRENCE B.
SHUMWAY, JEDDY K.

Norway

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Drammensveien 18
Oslo 1
56-68-80
The CIA Station in Oslo was first revealed in the newspaper Ny Tid.
Source: Ny Tid, "Fagbevegelsen viktig mal for CIA-agenter med diplomatstatus." 24 November 1977.
DEAN, WARREN LaFOREST
GREENFIELD, SAMUEL D.
HILL, FRANCIS A.
HUNT, DAVID P.
JENSEN, HANS J.
JOHNSON, QUENTIN C.
JONES, FRANK WILLIAMS Jr.
KINDL, CHARLES L.
LIESER, WILLIAM D.
POTEAT, S. EUGENE
ROGERS, JERRY L.
SHAFFER, RONALD D.
SIMENSON, WILLIAM CHARLES
ZSCHACK, HARRY M.

Portugal

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Avenida Duque De Loule 39
Lisbon
57-01-02
First revealed by former CIA officer Philip Agee in his "Letter to the Portuguese People," the Lisbon CIA Station has maintained an extremely low profile through Portugal's time of troubles.
Sources:
Philip Agee, "A Letter to the Portuguese People," August, 1975.
Philip Agee, "Changes in the CIA in Portugal," July, 1976.
ANDERSON, GARY I.
CALDWELL, DONNA J.
CONROY, RICHARD A.
GLEASON, LYLE K.
GOMEZ, RUDOLPH EDWARD
HUGHES, LESLIE F.
LAWLER, JAMES N.
LOWELL, FRANK W.
MARQUES, JOSEPH J.
MILLER, RAYMOND E.
MORGAN, JOHN STINARD
RIEBHOFF, DONALD R.
SNELL, PHILLIP W.
VAN TWISK, TONY M.
WHIPPLE, DAVID D.
ZAPOLI, GERALD E.

Spain

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Serrano, 75
Madrid
276-3400276-3600
A small number of CIA people have been identified in Spain, though the total is known to be larger. The names first appeared in Spain's largest weekly news magazine, Cambio 16.
Source: Cambia 16, "La CIA, Aqui, Ahora," 12-18 January 1976.
ALMY, DEAN J.
CIOCI, MARIO L.
COSTANZO, CHRISTOPHER D.
GAHAGEN, ROBERT DALE
GRUNER, JAY K.
HANSON, DEAN P.
JOHNSEN, MARTIN I.
JONES, WILLIAM A. K.
KEAR, DONALD L.
MITCHELL, JAMES W.
MORRILL, ALAN G. Jr.
MURPHY, CHARLES M.
ROGERS, WAYNE M.
SANCHEZ, NESTOR D.
SHERMAN, VAUGHN A.
SHERRY, FRANCIS S. III
SIMPSON, ROBERT K.
SMITH, CHARLES S.
SPINNEY, NORMAN J.
STUCKNER, KENNETH E.
THOMAS, JON R.
URQUHART, EDWARD
VAN WINKLE, RICHARD D.
WEBB, JOHN FREDERICK

Sweden

AMERICAN EMBASSY
Strandvagen 101
Stockholm
63-05-20
Like the list of CIA in Finland, the identities of the Stockholm CIA Station were first revealed by the freelance journalist George Lennox, following a trip to Sweden by Philip Agee.
The activities of the CIA in Sweden were exposed and examined in depth, after a year-long examination, by the Stockholm bi-weekly magazine Folket-i-Bild: Kulturfront.
Sources: Expressen, "Sa arbetar USA: 5 agenter i Sverige," 21 October 1975.
Folket-i-Bild: Kulturfront, Jan Guillou and Roger Wallis, "CIA i Sverige, " 4-17 March 1976.
ALTMAN, DAVID R.
CAMMARATA, ALFRED J.
CAMPBELL, VAN CLEVE
CARTER, RUDULPH ELLIS
DENNIS, DAVID L.
DIMSDALE, JOHN H. Jr.
GARBLER, PAUL
GIESECKE, FRITZ H.
HUTCHINS, BRUCE DUANE
KARPOVICH, SERGE
LANE, PHILLIP G.
McCABE, WALTER CASSATT
NICKERSON, DAVID
PARSONS, RONALD C.
SHERMAN, VAUGHN A.
SKOVE, JAMES R.
SWERDLIN, GEORGE D.

Switzerland

JUBILAEUMSTRASSE 93
3005 Bern
(031) 43-00-11
CIA personnel have been identified operating under cover in the Embassy in Bern, as well as in the U. S. Mission to the European Office of the United Nations in Geneva and the Consulate General in Zurich.
Switzerland is one of the CIA's most important operational centers because of the many international organizations based in Geneva. Not only does the Agency collect a great deal of information about Third World countries there, but it also has a continual program aimed at recruitment of diplomats to work for the CIA upon returning home.
In addition, the Agency makes use of liberal Swiss banking practices to provide cover for many of its ongoing international financial operations.
ALLNER, FREDERICK A. Jr.
BARBIER, CLARENCE E.
BEARMAN, SIDNEY
BEMUS, HERMAN H.
BLEAM, DENNIS L.
BREHM, VANCE W.
BROUTSAS, CONSTANTINE M.
CASEY, BURKE M.
CERRA, RONALD L.
CHANEY, BRUCE G.
CLEVELAND, RICHARD ARTHUR
CUMBO, ROBERT O.
DOWNEY, TIMOTHY A.
FORD, NANCY
GIBBS, JOHN H.
GILHOOLY, JOHN F.
GINSBURG, HARVEY H.
GREENE, HARRIS CARL
GROTH, MANFRED
HARBAUGH, LARRY M.
HEINIG, STEWART C. Jr.
HUTCHISON, TERRELL WARREN
JONES, FRANK WILLIAMS Jr.
KARPOVICH, SERGE
KELLY, WILLIAM V.
KLINE, ALBERT HAINES Jr.
KUNZ, GEORGE J.
LAMB, THOMAS WILLIAM
LOFTIN, DANNY M.
LOURIE, ALAN E.
LUIZ, ROBERT C.
MALOY, KEVIN A.
McKEON, TIMOTHY J.
MITCHELL, JAMES C.
PIANTOSI, ROBERT
ROSE, JOHN A. Jr.
SANDEL, LEO
SHERRY, JOHN
SWERDLIN, GEORGE D.
VAN DER RHOER, JAMES PHILIP
VAN MARX, PAUL ERNEST ALEXANDER
VREELAND, FREDERICK DALZIEL
WEBER, RONALD L.
WHITE, JOSEPH E.
WILDER, THROOP M. Jr.
WUJICK, JOHN T. Jr.

Turkey

AMERICAN EMBASSY
110 Ataturk Boulevard
Ankara
26-54-70
BROWN , EDWARD R.
CHRITTON, GEORGE A. Jr.
EDDY, CONDIT N. Jr.
GOODWIN, ROBERT B.
GROSSMAN, FREDERICK J.
GUNDERSON, LEROY H.
HONEYCUTT, ARMAND A.
HOSKINS, JOHN HERBERT
KINGSLEY, ROLFE
LANE, PHILLIP G.
LEWIS, WILLIAM M.
SINGLETON, STEPHEN E.

United Kingdom

AMERICAN EMBASSY
24-31 Grosvenor Square
London W1
499-9000
One of the largest CIA units in Europe, the London Station was headed from October 1973 until the summer of 1976 by Cord Meyer, Jr., who previously ran the Agency's International Organizations Division, the division which secretly subsidized labor, student and cultural groups throughout the world. Meyer's official cover in London was as chief of the so-called Political Liaison Section, which shares offices with another CIA unit called the Joint Reports and Research Unit (JRRU).
A separate CIA office, the Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) is also located in the Embassy. A separate operation, also officially under cover of the Department of State - the Office of the Special U.S. Liaison Officer (SUSLO) - appears to be a cover unit for the National Security Agency, rather than for the CIA.
Late in the summer of 1976, Meyer was replaced as Chief of Station by Edward W. Proctor.
Over 100 CIA and NSA employees have so far been identified in London, with as many as 60 to 70 serving at anyone time. The major exposes have appeared in the London weekly magazine Time Out and the newspaper of the International Marxist Group, Red Weekly.
Sources:
Time Out, Mark Hosenball and Phil Kelly, "Spotting Spooks in Grosvenor Square," 18-24 April 1975
"Who's Who in the CIA," 9-15 May 1975
"Naming Names," 23-29 January 1976.
Red Weekly, Mick Gosling, "We Name the CIA in Britain," 4 March 1976.
ANDRESS, ROSEMARIE
AILEY, MALCOLM B.
BAKER, ROBERT J.
BATSON, CHARLES C.
BAXTER, MORRIS V.
BEARMAN, SIDNEY
BENEDICT, JULIA L.
BENISH, ALBERT
BENISH, ROSALIE
BIRD, ALBERT O. Jr.
BLACKSHEAR, THOMAS RUSSELL
BOERNER, MARK S.
BONNAFE, LUCIEN R.
BRAHAM, A. SPENCER
BROWN, JOHN H.
BROWN, JOHN P.
BULLOCK, ELEANORE ANNE
BULLOCK, MAX E.
BUSH, ANNA D.
BUSH, JOHN M.
BUTTERWORTH, DA VID G.
CARTER, RUDULPH ELLIS
CARTER, STEPHEN B.
CHAREST, ELDON E.
COFFEY, JOHN WILLIAM
COLLINS, JUDITH E.
CRAM, CLEVELAND C.
DeBLOIS, JEAN. P.
DOOLEY, BARBARA W.
DUNICAN, THERESA A.
DUNN, EDWARD PAUL
DIRKIN, NAOMI C.
EDDY, CONDIT N. Jr.
EDMUNDS, BARBARA J.
ELMORE, THOMAS P.
ERACLEOUS, MICHAEL P.
ESCH, PAUL E.
EVANS, ROBERT J.
EXLER, ELIZABETH
FENDIG, PHILIP FRANKLIN
FERRIS, RICHARD C.
FETTEROLF, WALLACE K.
FORD, GEORGE W. II
GAGEN, JEANNE M.
GINSBURG, HARVEY H.
GOSS, BARBARA J.
GRIFFITH, HAROLD W.
GUERTIN, WILLIAM J.
GUNDERSON, LEROY H.
HARDCASTLE, LESLIE
HARRIS, V. DOTT
HOEPFL, ROBERT F.
HOLLOWAY, MASTER SERGEANT BILLY G.
HUCKEL, JOHN FRANK
JACOBSON, IRVIN H.
KAHANE, RICHARD A.
KELLY, GILES MERRILL
KELSALL, ALMA M.
KINGSLEY, ROLFE
KIRBY, JOHN THOMAS
KLEIN, DENNIS
KONKLE, CAROLYN L.
KRIEBEL, NORMAN E. Jr.
LAMBERT, MORTON A.
LANE, BERNARD L.
LAWRENCE, JOHN S.
LEINER, CHARLES P.
LEVINE, DIANE H.
LUKE, DOROTHY P.
LUTHER, RICHARD M.
LYON, KEITH W.
McCABE, WALTER CASSATT
McGEE, JOSEPH V.
McGHEE, WILLIAM MORROW
MELI, ARTHUR S.
MELTON, MARILYN ELAINE
MEYER, CORD Jr.
MILANOVICH, JOANNE
MOORE, WILLIAM R.
MORAVEK, JOSEPH
MORDEN, JAMES P.
NOONAN, JOHN H.
NUNNO, LEONARD J.
OLNHAUSEN, CHARLES B.
O'MALLEY, MICHAEL P.
PACENTA, CAROLYN D.
PEIFFER, LYNDA L.
PEREIRA, JOHN F.
PETERSEN, W. GARY
PIANTOSI, ROBERT
POTEAT, S. EUGENE
PREHN, JERRY G.
PRICE, BENJAMIN J.
PROCTOR, EDWARD WILLIAM
REINHARDT, ARTHUR F.
RILEY, BYRON B.
ROLLINS, NORA M.
ROSS, SHARON L.
ROSSALL, MICHAEL F.
SHERMAN, JOSEPH PETER
SHUMAN, A. DELL
SINCLAIR, ROBERT
SMITH, JAMES
SPANGLER, RODNEY L.
STONE, HUNTER L. Jr.
SUITER, CHRISTOPHER A.
THEN, JOSEPH LEE
THOMPSON, KATHERINE A.
THORNE, RICHARD LEVERE
WAGNER, BRIAN A.
WALSH, GEORGE T.
WHIPPLE, DAVID D.
WOLFE, LARRY L.
ZASLOW, MILTON S.

OTHERS NAMED IN THIS BOOK

(latest country known posted)
AMES, ROBERT C. -- Kuwait .
BARRETT, THOMAS JOSEPH Jr. -- Brazil
BEAM, JOHN C. -- Algeria
BERGIN, MARTIN J. Jr. -- Ivory Coast
BROWN GLENN OTIS -- Ecuador
BURTON STEWART D. -- Brazil
CAVE GEORGE W. -- Saudi Arabia .
CLAYTON, THOMAS ALLYN -- Dominican Republic
CLOSE, RAYMOND H. -- Saudi Arabia
COGAN, CHARLES G. -- Morocco
COLBY, MARK T. -- Morocco
CORYDON, JEFF III -- Cameroon
CREANE, STEPHEN F. -- Brazil
DENICOURT, RAYMOND F. -- Mali
DESCOTEAUX, NORMAN M. -- Jamaica
FERNALD, JAMES M. -- United Arab Emirates
GARRETT, EARL NORBERT III: -- Kuwalt
GATELY, ROBERT GENE -- Thailand
GEBHARDT, CARL E. -- Thailand
GILSTRAP, COMER WILEY Jr. -- Chile
GMIRKIN, V ASIA C. -- Mauritius
GOODMAN, KENNETH R. -- Guatemala
GRIMSLEY, WILLIAM C. Jr. -- Japan
GRUNER, JAY K. -- Romania
HAWKINS, MARTIN C. -- Ecuador
HEADLEY, ROBERT L. Jr. -- Oman
HIGHAM, JAMES A. -- Iran.
INCE, ROBERT W. -- Nigeria
JEFFERS, EUGENE L. Jr. -- Ethiopia
KALARIS, GEORGE T. -- Brazil
KANE, EDWARD R. M. -- Algeria
KEENAN, THOMAS J . -- Jamaica
KIM, JAMES -- Zaire
KIYONAGA, JOSEPH YOSHIO -- Brazil
LATRASH, FREDERICK WALDO -- Uruguay
McAVOY, CLYDE RICHARD -- Burma
McCARTHY, JOHN F. III -- Japan
METHVEN, STUART E. -- Zaire
MILLS, ROBERT H. -- U.S.S.R.
MOSEBEY, WILLIAM L. Jr. -- Central African Empire
MURRAY, JOSEPH A. Jr. -- Nepal
NATIRBOFF, MURAT -- Kenya
NINER, ARTHUR M. Jr. -- Libya
NORWOOD, THOMAS L. Jr. -- Indonesia
OGINO, JACK S. -- Sri Lanka
PICCOLO, JOSEPH Jr. -- Nicaragua
RANDOLPH, CHARLES LEROY -- Senegal
RAUDENBUSH, PETER VROOM -- Guinea
REDMOND, PAUL J. Jr. -- Lebanon
RICHARDSON, JARREL H. -- Ghana
RICKARD, SAMUEL HARMER III -- Afghanistan
RIEFE, ROBERT H. -- Guyana
SABIN, FREDERICK H. II -- Jordan
SAMSON, DAVID TORREY -- Singapore
SEIDEL, JOHN J. Jr. -- Lebanon
SIMON, JOSEPH J . -- Hong Kong
STRATHERN, CLIFTON R. -- Indonesia
TERRELL, EDWIN McCLELLAN -- Guatemala
TICKNOR, JOEL D. -- Ghana
VOGEL, DONALD FREDERIC -- Pakistan