CIA Cryptonyms: ES

The CIA cryptonyms on this page show those which are begin with the two-letter bigram ES. Bigrams are used to group cryptonyms into sets related to a particular category, based on characteristics such as geographic location (AM => Cuba) or other methods of grouping (KU => organizations of the CIA itself).

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ES

ESDigraph for operations and assets in Guatemala.
ESCHELUnknown identity. ESCHEL was a probably a Guatemalan CIA informant, who appeared to have access to information from the Guardia Honor and Base Militar. [status: Unknown]
ESCOBILLAESCOBILLA was probably Doctor Hector Goicolea, junta cabinet minister for the economy in July, 1954, and brother of future Guatemalan Foreign Minister, Domingo Goicolea. According to a report on May 12, 1954, ESCOBILLA was a local businessman. [status: Probable]
ESCONSONUnknown identity. ESCONSON was both an Guatemalan agent, and a KUFIRE (Intelligence) agent coverage project in Guatemala in 1953-54. [status: Unknown]
ESCONSON-1Unknown identity. A memo from J. C. King in September of 1953 mentioned that "ESCONSON I will write a 'psychological barometer' report on local conditions, PW activities. This report will be sent Headquarters each week." [status: Unknown]
ESCONSON-2Unknown identity. A document in December, 1953, stated that ESCONSON-2 was the principal agent of the ESCONSON project, was Guatemalan and served for several years as a member of the secret police. [status: Unknown]
ESCONSON-7Unknown identity. A report on June 11, 1954, described ESCONSON-7 as a person with contacts in labor circles. [status: Unknown]
ESCROWUnknown identity. A memo in December of 1953 described ESCROW as having "an extensive number of contacts in high government Spanish-Communist and Spanish-Republican circles" in Guatemala. [status: Unknown]
ESKAKA-7Miguel Casas Rodriguez Limonta, a member of the CRC as late as 1963 and a compatriot of the agent known as AMBELLOW-1. A student leader, described as a skilled propagandist.
ESLARD-1Juan Jose Arevalo Bermejo.
ESLIME-1A Central American Communist, recruited during 1965. [status: Unknown]
ESMAJOR-20Brother of then Guatemalan President, Julio Cesar Mendez Montenegro (from July 1, 1966 to July 1, 1970). A memo in September of 1968 referred to ESMAJOR-20 as the president's brother.
ESMERALDITEUnknown identity. According to Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS), 1952-1954: Guatemala, ESMERALDITE was a labor informant affiliated with AFL-sponsored labor movement. [status: Unknown]
ESODICESODIC was a retired Guatemalan Colonel, along with his older brother, ESODIC-1, who was possibly Colonel Antonio Estrada Sanabria. [status: Unknown]
ESODIC-1Colonel Antonio Estrada Sanabria is probably the one who said that "ESODIC-1 is my man." A dispatch on April 1, 1954, stated that "in the ESODICs we have two retired Colonels..." [status: Unknown]
ESOLEO-1Roberto Alejos, Guatemalan rancher and businessman. CIA used his land to train Cuban exiles before the Bay of Pigs invasion in April of 1961.
ESOTERICUnknown identity. A dispatch in March, 1954, stated that ESOTERIC was formerly known as ESCONSON. [status: Unknown]
ESPARTOUnknown identity. A KUFIRE (Intelligence) dispatch on 10 March, 1954, mentioned that Kenneth S. Givloch (Birch O'Neal) was the case officer of ESPARTO and ESPARTO-1. [status: Unknown]
ESPERANCEUnknown identity. A cable on 30 May, 1954, mentioned that ESPERANCE was a former U.S. Air Force officer. [status: Unknown]
ESPERANCE-1Unknown identity. A cable on April 2, 1954, stated that ESPERANCE advised that ESPERANCE-1 was his representative in sales equipment to DAN, and they both had frequent contact with Mario Sosa, who generally handled purchases. [status: Unknown]
ESPERANCE-3Unknown identity. A dispatch on May 6, 1954, stated that "by instructions from and arrangement with Page (probably Henry Hecksher), ESPERANCE-3 is to be used in the KING Program under and through Clower (Joseph Sancho)." [status: Unknown]
ESQUIREUnknown identity. A cable in December of 1953 stated that ESQUIRE was "of the wealthy class in which he has many contacts." The cable also mentioned that ESQUIRE indicated he favored Calligeris (Carlos Castillo Armas). [status: Unknown]
ESSENCEESSENCE was probably Lionel Sisniega Otero, Secretary General of CEUA in August 1954. ESSENCE was a Guatemalan anti-Communist student leader. [status: Probable]
ESTIMATORUnknown identity. ESTIMATOR was probably a telecommunications engineer, who was probably requested by CIA to visit a military base, the Presidential Palace and the Foreign Ministry in Guatemala. [status: Unknown]
ESVEHICLE-1General Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes, president of Guatemala from 1958 to March 1963.

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