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James Glerum

Senior Operations Officer

Central Intelligence Agency

HQ Phone:  (703) 674-5085

Email: j***@***.gov

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Central Intelligence Agency

11710 Plaza America Drive Suite 300

Reston, Virginia,20190

United States

Company Description

"The Central Intelligence Agency is committed to protecting your privacy and will collect no personal information about you unless you choose to provide that information to us." Of course, this just goes to show that "We're committed to protecting your privacy... more

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AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes

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James Glerum arrived in Pakse to direct operations.
Glerum had been the CIA's assistant base chief at Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base when the Quiet Ones landed in Laos. Glerum, he says, was a CIA "super-grade," outranking many careerists at headquarters. Soon after his arrival, Glerum quizzed Smith and Lamothe on their cover story. "We had a string of unbelievably bad weather," says Glerum. "The FLIR [forward-looking infrared] required a lot of work," recalls Glerum. The topography of the Hole was an "astonishingly accurate duplicate" of the actual wiretap site, according to Glerum. "Jim Glerum sent a cable," says Stephens, "and in three days we had the parts by courier.


AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes

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Mr. Jim Glerum - Senior Operations Officer, CIA, Retired


AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes

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James Glerum arrived in Pakse to direct operations.
Glerum had been the CIA's assistant base chief at Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base when the Quiet Ones landed in Laos. Glerum, he says, was a CIA "super-grade," outranking many careerists at headquarters. Soon after his arrival, Glerum quizzed Smith and Lamothe on their cover story. "We had a string of unbelievably bad weather," says Glerum. "The FLIR [forward-looking infrared] required a lot of work," recalls Glerum. The topography of the Hole was an "astonishingly accurate duplicate" of the actual wiretap site, according to Glerum. "Jim Glerum sent a cable," says Stephens, "and in three days we had the parts by courier.


scrapbook: NYTimes: C.I.A. Expanding Terror Battle Under Guise of Charter Flights

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"When the C.I.A. is given a task, it's usually because national policy makers don't want 'U.S. government' written all over it," said Jim Glerum, a retired C.I.A. officer who spent 18 years with the agency's Air America but says he has no knowledge of current operations.
Mr. Glerum, the C.I.A. and Air America veteran, said the use of one such name on more than one company was "bad tradecraft: you shouldn't allow an element of one entity to lead to others." He said one method used in setting up past C.I.A. proprietaries was to ask real people to volunteer to serve as officers or directors. "It was very, very easy to find patriotic Americans who were willing to help," he said.


NY Times: C.I.A. Expanding Terror Battle Under Guise of Charter Flights

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"When the C.I.A. is given a task, it's usually because national policy makers don't want 'U.S. government' written all over it," said Jim Glerum, a retired C.I.A. officer who spent 18 years with the agency's Air America but says he has no knowledge of current operations.Mr. Glerum, the C.I.A. and Air America veteran, said the use of one such name on more than one company was "bad tradecraft: you shouldn't allow an element of one entity to lead to others." He said one method used in setting up past C.I.A. proprietaries was to ask real people to volunteer to serve as officers or directors."It was very, very easy to find patriotic Americans who were willing to help," he said. Such an approach may have been used with Aero Contractors.


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