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  • Aaron, David, Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
  • Aguero, Ferdinand, Nicaraguan Leader of a faction of the Conservative Party
  • Aguilar Calderon, Carlos Francisco, Costa Rican Foreign Ministry Chief of Cabinet
  • Aguirre, Danilo, Editor at La Prensa (Nicaragua)
  • Albright, Madeleine, Congressional Relations Officer, Press and Congressional Liaison Office, National Security Council, from March 1978 until January 1981
  • Alfaro Rodriguez, Jose Miguel, Costa Rican 2nd Vice President
  • Allen, Lew, Jr., General, USAF; Director of the National Security Agency from August 1973 until July 1977; Chief of Staff, United States Air Force, from July 1, 1978, until June 30, 1982
  • Alvarez, Enrique, Revolutionary Democratic Front leader (El Salvador)
  • Alvarez, Gustavo, Colonel; Member of the Honduran Superior Defense Council
  • Alvarez Montalban, Emilio, Nicaraguan politician
  • Alvarez Ruiz, Donaldo, Guatemalan Minister of Government and Interior
  • Amador Khiel, Cesar, Member of the Frente Amplio
  • Amin, Hafizula, President of Afghanistan from September 16, 1979, until December 27, 1979
  • Anderson, David, Executive Secretariat staff member
  • Anderson, Kathy, Desk Officer for Honduras
  • Andino, Mario Antonio, Member of the Revolutionary Government Junta of El Salvador
  • Andrews, George R., Staff member, U.S. Embassy Guatemala City
  • Arana Osorio, Carlos Manuel, President of Guatemala from 1970 until 1974
  • Arbenz, Jacobo, President of Guatemala from 1951 until 1954
  • Arias, Celeo, Member of the Liberal Party of Honduras
  • Arias, Juan Angel, Lieutenant Colonel; Honduran Secretary of State for Government and Justice
  • Arguedas, Carlos, Costa Rican Vice Minister of Government, Public Security Minister
  • Arguello, Montiel, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister
  • Armacost, Michael, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; East Asia and China Affairs, National Security Council, from January 1977 until July 1978
  • Astacio Lopez, Julio Ernesto, Salvadoran Vice President
  • Avalos Navarrete, Jose Ramon, Member of the Salvadoran Revolutionary Governing Junta from January 1980
  • Azcona, Jose, Honduran politician, Member of the Liberal Party’s Central Committee
  • Azofeifa, Willy, Official in Costa Rican Ministry of Public Security
  • Baker, Howard Henry, Senator (R-Tennessee)
  • Bayh, Birch, Senator (D-Indiana), Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
  • Baltorano, Emilio Pallais, Nicaraguan businessman; President of a human rights advocacy group
  • Baltadano, Danilo, Secretary to the Revolutionary Government of Nicaragua Junta
  • Barnebey, Malcom Richard “Dick”, Director of the Office of Andean Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State; Consul General-designate to Belize
  • Bartch, Carl, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy Tegucigalpa
  • Bartholomew, Reginald, USSR and East Europe Affairs, National Security Council, from November 1977 until April 1979; Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs from July 1, 1979, until January 20, 1981
  • Bass, Kenneth, III, Council for Intelligence Policy, Department of Justice
  • Batista, Fulgencio, President of Cuba from 1940 until 1944 and from 1952 until 1959
  • Batres, César, Adviser to Honduran President Melgar
  • Beckel, Robert G., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations
  • Bell, Griffin, Attorney General from January 21, 1977, until July 19, 1979
  • Bennett, Douglas, Administrator, Office of the Administrator, Agency for International Development
  • Bennett, John, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy Guatemala City
  • Bergland, Robert, Secretary of Agriculture
  • Bermudez, Roger, Government of Nicaragua Press Secretary
  • Bertrand Galindo, Francisco, Salvadoran Ambassador to the United States from 1974 until 1977
  • Betancourt, Romulo, President of Venezuela from 1945 until 1948 and from 1959 until 1964
  • Benson, Lucy Wilson Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs from March 28, 1977, until January 5, 1980
  • Bittner, Edward, Staff member, Department of Treasury
  • Binns, Jack Robert, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in San José, from July 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Honduras from October 1980 until October 1981
  • Blacken, John Dale, Executive Secretary, U.S. Mission to the United Nations, from March 1980 until September 1978; Deputy Political Counselor in October 1978; Country Director, Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from March 1980 until July 1981
  • Blanco, Bonilla, Colonel, Member of the Honduran Superior Defense Council; Honduran Military Logistical Center
  • Blatchford, Joseph, Former Director of the Peace Corps; Committee on the Caribbean
  • Blessing, Miguel, Colonel, Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Bodan, Harry, Nicaraguan Vice Foreign Minister
  • Bodden, Hubert, Colonel; Member of the Honduran Superior Defense Council
  • Bonner, Raymond, New York Times journalist
  • Borge Martinez, Tomas, FSLN National Directorate Member; Nicaraguan Minister of Interior
  • Borgonovo Pohl, Mauricio, Foreign Minister of El Salvador until May 11, 1977
  • Boster, Davis E., U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala from October 13, 1976, until January 17, 1979
  • Bowdler, William G., U.S. Ambassador to South Africa from May 14, 1975, until April 19, 1978; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research until December 17, 1979; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from January 4, 1980, until January 16, 1981; member of the International Commission for Friendly Cooperation and Conciliation (Negotiating Group for Nicaragua)
  • Bowie, Robert, Deputy Director of the National Foreign Assessment Center, Central Intelligence Agency
  • Bray, Charles W., III, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from 1976 until 1977
  • Brement, Marshall, USSR and East Europe Affairs, National Security Council, from May 1979 until January 1981
  • Brewster, Kingman, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom from June 3, 1977
  • Brown, George S., General, USAF; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from July 1, 1974, until June 20, 1978
  • Brown, Harold, Secretary of Defense
  • Brown, Richard, Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, National Security Council, from December 1978 until May 1979; Deputy Director of the Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State
  • Brzezinski, Zbigniew, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
  • Bucaro Garcia, Hugo Tulio, Colonel; Guatemalan Finance Minister
  • Bueso, Guillermo, President of the Honduran Central Bank
  • Bueso, Rosa, Colonel; Officer’s School; Member of the Honduran Superior Defense Council
  • Burnham, Forbes, Prime Minister of Guyana from 1966 until 1980
  • Bushnell, John, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
  • Bustamente y Rivero, Jose Luis, Former President of Peru; Mediator for Honduras-El Salvador border dispute
  • Byrd, Robert Carlyle, Senator (D-West Virginia)
  • Calderon Berti, Humberto, Venezuelan Minister of Energy and Mines
  • Calderon Fournier, Rafael Angel, Costa Rican Foreign Minister
  • Calero, Adolpho, leader of the “Autentico” faction of the Conservative Party; representative of Coca-Cola
  • Callaghan, James, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from April 5, 1976, until May 4, 1979
  • Callejas Deshon, Alfonso, PLN Leader and former Vice President of Nicaragua
  • Callejas Romero, Rafael Leonardo, Honduran Minister of Planning and Natural Resources; Honduran Deputy Foreign Minister
  • Cancinos Barrios, David, Major General, Guatemalan Army Chief of Staff
  • Carazo Odio, Rodrigo, President of Costa Rica from 1978
  • Carbaugh, John, Adviser to Senator Jesse Helms
  • Cardozo, Hilarion, Venezuelan Organization of American States Representative
  • Carias, Gonzalo, Deputy Director of the Honduran Central Bank
  • Carlucci, Frank C., U.S. Ambassador to Portugal from January 24, 1975, until February 5, 1978; Deputy Director of Central Intelligence from February 10, 1978, until February 5, 1981
  • Carpio, Salvador Cayetano, Head of the Unified Revolutionary Directorate from June 1980 (El Salvador)
  • Carranza Rivera, Nicolás, Colonel; Salvadoran Under Secretary of Defense from October 1979
  • Carrick, R.J., United Kingdom Counselor
  • Carrington, Peter, British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs from May 1979
  • Carter, Hodding, III, Department of State Spokesman
  • Carter, James “Chip,” Son of President Carter
  • Carter, Jimmy, President of the United States
  • Casanova, Eduardo Sandoval, Lt. Col., Salvadoran Ambassador to Guatemala
  • Casco, Mario Ivan, Honduran Secretary of State for Communications, Public Works, and Transport
  • Case, Clifford Philip, Senator (R-New Jersey)
  • Castaneda y Castaneda, Oscar Ruben, Colonel; Guatemalan Military Attaché
  • Castañeda y Alvarez de la Rosa, Jorge, Mexican Foreign Minister
  • Castellanos, Francisco, Colonel in Guatemalan Army, G–3
  • Castillo Valdez, Rafael Eduardo, Guatemalan Foreign Minister
  • Castro Ruz, Fidel, Premier of Cuba from February 16, 1959; First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba from October 3, 1965; President of the Council of State and Minister from December 3, 1976
  • Cavazos, Richard, Major General, Department of Defense
  • Celeste, Richard F., Director of the Peace Corps from April 27, 1979, until January 20, 1981
  • Cesar, Alfredo, Executive Secretary of the Junta; Director of the International Reconstruction Fund (Nicaragua)
  • Chamorro Cardenal, Pedro Joaquin, Director of the opposition newspaper La Prensa
  • Chamorro, Jaime, Co-owner and Editor of La Prensa
  • Chamorro Barrios, Violeta, Member of Nicaraguan Provisional Junta
  • Chamorro, Xavier, Director of the opposition newspaper La Prensa after the assassination of his brother Pedro
  • Chapin, Frederic L., Consul General at the U.S. Embassy in Sao Paolo from 1972 until 1978
  • Chavez Mena, Fidel, Lawyer, Salvadoran Christian Democratic Party member, Salvadoran Foreign Minister
  • Chavez, Mendieta, Lt. Col., Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Chavez, Rogelio, Salvadoran Supreme Court President
  • Cheek, James “Jim”, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
  • Christopher, Warren, Deputy Secretary of State from February 25, 1977, until January 16, 1981
  • Church, Frank, Senator (D-Idaho); Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
  • Civiletti, Benjamin R., Attorney General from August 16, 1979, until January 20, 1981
  • Claramount, Ernesto, Salvadoran General and Presidential Candidate
  • Claytor, W. Graham, Jr., Secretary of the United States Navy from February 14, 1977, until July 26, 1979; Acting Secretary of Transportation in 1979; Deputy Secretary of Defense from August 24, 1979, until January 16, 1981
  • Clift, Denis, Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs
  • Clough, Susan S., Personal Assistant and Secretary to President Carter
  • Cohen, Stephen, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs
  • Colom Argueta, Manuel, Leader of the Guatemalan United Front of the Revolution party
  • Consalvi, Simon Alberto, Venezuelan Foreign Minister from July 1977 until March 1979
  • Cortazzi, Hugh, U.K. Deputy Minister of the Foreign Office
  • Courtenay, Vernon Harrison, Belizean Minister of State; Ambassador to Caricom
  • Coussin Bogran, Luis A., Honduran Minister of Health
  • Coy, Edward W., Deputy Assistant Administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean, Agency for International Development
  • Cruz, Arturo Jose, Nicaraguan Central Bank President
  • Cuadra, Isaias, Colonel, Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Cummings, Eldon, Colonel, USA; Commander of the U.S. Military Group in El Salvador
  • Cutler, Lloyd N., Counsel to the President from 1980 until 1981
  • Cutter, Bowman, Executive Associate Director of Budget, Office of Management and Budget
  • D’Aubuisson, Robert, Major; Salvadoran Vice Director of Intelligence
  • Dada Hirezi, Hector, Foreign Minister of El Salvador; Member of the Revolutionary Governing Junta until March 1980
  • Deal, Tim, International Economics Affairs, National Security Council, from January 1977 until April 1979 and from January 1980 until January 1981
  • Debayle, Luis Manuel, Uncle of Nicaraguan President Somoza, President of the Nicaraguan National Power Company
  • Denend, Leslie G., Global Issues, National Security Council, from July 1977 until June 1979; Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from January 1980 until January 1981
  • Denton, Hazel, member, National Security Council Staff
  • D’Escoto Brokman, Miguel, Father and member of the Political Committee of the Frente Amplio and the Group of Twelve; Foreign Minister of the Nicaraguan Provisional Government of National Reconstruction; Nicaraguan Foreign Minister
  • Derian, Patricia M., Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from June 17, 1977, until January 19, 1981
  • Deshon, Alfonso Callejas, Former Vice President of Nicaragua
  • Diaz, Julian Lopez, Ranking Cuban Communist Party Intelligence official
  • Dion, Mark Jerrold, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in San Salvador, from February 1980 until February 1981
  • Discua, Adalberto, Honduran Minister of Labor and Social Security
  • Devine, Frank James, U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador from October 1977 until February 1980
  • Dodson, Christine, Deputy Staff Secretary of the National Security Council from January 1977 until May 1977; thereafter Staff Secretary until January 1981
  • Donovan, Hedley, Senior Advisor to the President from 1980 until 1981
  • Dreyfus, Enrique, Nicaraguan Superior Council for Private Enterprise President
  • Dreyfuss, John, Special Emissary and Team leader
  • Duarte, Jose Napoleon, President of the Revolutionary Governing Junta of El Salvador from December 1980
  • Duncan, Charles W., Jr., Deputy Secretary of Defense from January 31, 1977, until July 29, 1979; Secretary of Energy from August 24, 1979, until January 20, 1981
  • Echeverria, Jose Rafael, Costa Rican Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Echeverria Brealey, Juan Jose “Johnny”, Costa Rican Minister of Government
  • Ehrlich, Thomas, Administrator-designate and Director of the International Development Cooperation Agency,
  • Einaudi, Luigi R., Staff Director, NSC Interdepartmental Groups, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State
  • Elio Espinar, Luis, Costa Rican businessman
  • Elvir Sierra, Cesar, Honduran Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
  • Enders, Thomas O., U.S. Ambassador to Canada from February 17, 1976, until September 14, 1979; United States Representative to the European Communities from November 6, 1979, until May 27, 1981
  • Erb, Guy, International Economics Affairs, National Security Council, from November 1977 until January 1980
  • Escobar Bethancourt, Romulo, Panamanian diplomat
  • Estep, Hunter L., Director of the Office of Research and Analysis for American Republics, South America Division, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
  • Evans, Rowland “Rollie”, Journalist
  • Facio Segreda, Gonzalo J., Costa Rican Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1970 until 1978
  • Fallows, James M., Speechwriter for President Carter
  • Fascell, Dante Bruco, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Florida)
  • Feinberg, Richard, Member of the Policy and Planning Staff, Department of State
  • Fernandez, Armando, Nicaraguan National Guard Chief of Staff
  • Fernandez Holman, Ernesto, Manager of Banco de America
  • Ferre, Maurice, Mayor of Miami
  • Fiallos, Mariano Francisco, Nicaragua National University Rector; Chief, North American Division, Nicaraguan Foreign Ministry
  • Figueres Ferrer, Jose, “Pepe,” 32nd, 34th, and 38th President of Costa Rica,
  • Flanegin, Robert L., Director, Office of Narcotic Control, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
  • Fletcher, Edward N., Colonel, Defense Attaché in Guatemala
  • Flores, Carlos, Liberal Party of Honduras
  • Flores, Ulises, Salvadoran right-wing politician
  • Fraser, Donald McKay, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Minnesota); Chair of the Subcommittee on International Organizations
  • Fulbright, James William, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Arkansas) from 1943 until 1945; Senator (D-Arkansas) from 1945 until 1974
  • Gamero, Manuel, Editor of the Honduran newspaper El Tiempo
  • Garcia Merino, Jose Guillermo, Colonel; Salvadoran Minister of Defense and Public Security from October 1979
  • Garcia Bedoya, Carlos, Peruvian Ambassador from 1976 until 1979; Foreign Minister of Peru in 1979
  • Gates, Robert M., Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from April 1979 until December 1979
  • Gelb, Leslie H., Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs from February 23, 1977, until June 30, 1979
  • Genie, Samuel, General; Nicaraguan Chief of Intelligence in 1977; Minister of Finance from 1977 until 1979
  • Gerardi, Juan, Bishop of Quiche Diocese, Guatemala
  • Gilligan, John J., Administrator of the Agency for International Development from March 30, 1977, until March 31, 1979
  • Giron Lemus, Roberto, Guatemalan Secretary of Public Relations
  • Goldberg, Arthur J., U.S. Ambassador at Large and U.S. Representative to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe; Chairman of the U.S. Delegation from September 23, 1977, until July 27, 1978
  • Goldwater, Barry, Senator (R-Arizona); Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
  • Gomez Vides, Alejandro, Salvadoran Sub-Secretary of Foreign Affairs
  • Gonzalez, Raymond Emmanuel, U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador from July 31, 1978
  • Gonzalez Revilla, Nicolas, Panamanian Minister of Foreign Relations, Democratic Revolutionary Party Secretary General
  • Gonzalez, Rodrigo “Rory”, Colonel, Panamanian Deputy Commander of National Guard
  • Graham, Richard “Dick”, Alternate Director of the Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from December 1976; International Relations Officer from September 1979; Director of the Office of Human Rights from June 1980
  • Gregg, Donald, Intelligence Coordinator, National Security Council, from May 1979 until January 1981; East Asia and China Affairs, National Security Council, from January 1980 until January 1981
  • Grove, Brandon H., Acting Inspector General of the Department of State and the Foreign Service from May 1978 until July 1978; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
  • Guerra y Guerra, Rene, Salvadoran Lieutenant Colonel
  • Guerra, Carlos Enrique, Costa Rican owner of an air transport company
  • Guerrero, Orlando, Brigadier General, Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Gutierrez, Jaime Abdul, Colonel; Vice President of the Revolutionary Governing Junta of El Salvador; Commander of the Armed Forces
  • Gutierrez, Julio, General, Nicaraguan Ambassador to Japan
  • Guzman, Antonio, President of the Dominican Republic
  • Guzman, Ralph, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from October 1978
  • Habib, Philip C., Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from July 1, 1976, until April 1, 1978; Secretary of State ad interim from January 20, 1977, until January 23, 1977
  • Hall, George E., U.K. Assistant Under Secretary of State
  • Hammer, Michael, American Institute for Free Labor Development official
  • Harding, Bill, Latin America Director, U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Harrison, Lawrence E., Agency for International Development Mission Director in Nicaragua from September 1979
  • Hassan Morales, Moises, Member of Nicaraguan Provisional Junta
  • Healey, Timothy, President of Georgetown University
  • Heaton, Edward, Defense Intelligence Agency Analyst
  • Heavner, Theodore “Ted”, Director, Office of Operations and Policy, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, from August 1977
  • Helms, Jesse, Senator (R-North Carolina)
  • Hemenway, Brewster R., Director, Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from January 1979 until July 1980
  • Hennessey, James, U.K. Governor of Belize
  • Henze, Paul, Intelligence Coordinator, National Security Council, from January 1977 until December 1980
  • Hernandez Sanchez, Plutarco, Sandinista National Liberation Front leader
  • Herrera, Diaz, Lt. Colonel, Panamanian Executive Secretary of the National Guard, Torrijos’ cousin
  • Herrera Campins, Luis, President of Venezuela
  • Hervas, Anthony, Interpreter, Department of State
  • Hollings, Ernest Frederick, Senator (D-South Carolina)
  • Holman, Carlos, Director of La Prensa
  • Howard, Richard B., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in San Salvador, from February 1979 until February 1980
  • Huntington, Samuel P., National Security Planning, National Security Council, from February 1977 until August 1978
  • Hutcheson, Richard “Rick”, III, White House Staff Secretary
  • Huyser, Robert E., General, USAF; Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command, from September 1, 1975 until 1979
  • Inderfurth, Karl “Rick”, F., Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from January 1977 until April 1979
  • Iraheta, Jose Eduardo, Colonel, Salvadoran Sub-Secretary of Defense
  • Irving, Frederick, Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs from April 28, 1976, until March 26, 1977; Ambassador to Jamaica
  • Jamieson, Don, Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs from September 14, 1976, until June 3, 1979
  • Jaramillo, Mari Luci, U.S. Ambassador to Honduras from 1977 until 1980; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
  • Jayne, Randy, Defense Coordinator, National Security Council, from January 1977 until May 1977; Associate Director for National Security and International Affairs, Office of Management and Budget
  • Jimenez Castro, Francisco Salomon, President of the Honduran Supreme Court
  • Jimenez Reyes, Ramon Emilio, Vice Admiral, Dominican Republic Foreign Minister; Chairman of the Commission for Friendly Cooperation and Conciliation (Negotiating Group for Nicaragua)
  • Jerez, Alvaro, Nicaraguan Democratic Movement official; member of Frente Amplio representing Robelo
  • Johnson, Donald Crandall, International Relations Officer, National Security Council, from August 1976
  • Johnson, James H., Brigadier General, USA; Deputy Director, Current Operations, Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Jones, David C., General, USAF; Chief of Staff, United States Air Force from July 1, 1974, until June 20, 1978; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, from June 21, 1978, until June 18, 1982
  • Jordan, Hamilton, Assistant to the President from 1977 until 1979; thereafter White House Chief of Staff until May 1980
  • Jorden, William J., U.S. Ambassador to Panama from April 17, 1974, until August 25, 1978
  • Kennedy, Edward, Senator (D-Massachusetts)
  • Kimmitt, Robert, Legal Counsel, National Security Council, from August 1978 until January 1981
  • Knoche, Enno Henry, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence from July 7, 1976, until August 1, 1977
  • Koch, Edward Irving “Ed”, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York); Member of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations
  • Komer, Robert W., Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from October 24, 1979, until January 20, 1981
  • Kramer, Frank, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
  • Kreisberg, Paul H., Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, from April 1977
  • Kreps, Juanita, Secretary of Commerce from January 23, 1977, until October 31, 1979
  • Kux, Dennis, Counselor of Political Affairs in Ankara from August 1978; Foreign Affairs Coordinating Officer from July 1980; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Coordination, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State from October 1980
  • Lacayo Debayle, Rene, Nicaraguan businessman and first cousin of Somoza; Nicaraguan Ambassador to the United States
  • Lake, W. Anthony, Director of Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, from January 21, 1977, until January 20, 1981
  • Lamport-Rodil, Jorge, Guatemalan Ambassador to the United States in 1978
  • Landau, George W., U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay from October 13, 1972, until October 14, 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Chile from October 15, 1977
  • Lanusse, Alejandro A., General; President of Argentina from 1971 until 1973
  • Larga Espada Baez, Fulcencio, Lt. Col., Chief of Staff of the Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Larios, Bernardo, Lt. Col., FSLN Air Force Commander, ex-Nicaraguan National Guard officer
  • Laugerud García, Kjell Eugenio, President of Guatemala until July 1978
  • Laugerud, Helen Losi, Wife of Guatemalan President Laugerud
  • Lazarus, Roberto, U.S. Ambassador of Honduras from 1977 until 1978
  • Lefko, Len L., staff member, International Communication Agency
  • Lemus, Giron, Guatemalan Secretary of Public Relations
  • Lewis, Gabriel, former Panamanian Ambassador to the United States
  • Lievano Aguirre, Indalecio, Columbian Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1974 until 1978
  • Lindo, Dean, Belizean politician (United Democratic Party of Belize)
  • Linowitz, Sol Myron, President’s Personal Representative on Panama Canal Treaties
  • Lleras Camargo, Alberto, President of Colombia from 1958 until 1962
  • Long, Clarence, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Maryland); Chairman of the Foreign Operations Subcommittee
  • Lopez Contreras, Carlos, Honduran Vice Foreign Minister
  • Lopez Portillo, Jose, President of Mexico from December 1976 until November 1982
  • Lozano, Ignacio E., U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador from August 31, 1976, until June 1, 1977
  • Lubensky, Earl Henry, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in San Salvador, from July 1976 until March 1977
  • Lucas Garcia, Fernando Romeo, Major General, President of Guatemala from July 1978 until March 1982
  • Lucey, Patrick Joseph, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 1977 until 1979
  • Luers, William Henry, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs; U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela from October 9, 1978
  • Lugar, Richard Green, Senator (R-Indiana)
  • Macdonald, Donald G., Assistant Administrator for Program Management, Agency for International Development, from June 1977
  • Mack, James, International Relations Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from September 1979
  • Majano Ramos, Adolfo Arnoldo, Colonel; Member of the Salvadoran ruling Junta from October 15, 1979
  • Maldonado, Abundio, Guatemalan Ambassador to the United States in 1977
  • Manley, Michael, Prime Minister of Jamaica from March 2, 1972, until November 1, 1980; Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1972 until 1977
  • Mansfield, Michael Joseph, U.S. Ambassador to Japan from May 1977
  • Marin, Munoz, Colonel, Costa Rican Civil Guard Chief
  • Marks, Lee, Principal Deputy Legal Advisor, Department of State, from October 1977
  • Martinez, Nelson, Propaganda/Press/Radio section of the Tercerio Faction Sandinista National Liberation Front
  • Martinez, Praxedes, Director of Honduran Central Bank
  • Martinez Zepeda, Alvaro Ernesto, Salvadoran Minister of Foreign Relations from July 1977
  • Matheny John, Office of the Vice President
  • Matthews, Wade Hampton Bynum, Director of the Office of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from May 1977 until August 1979; Principal Officer in Guayaquil from July 1980
  • Mayorga Quiroz, Roman, Rector of the Salvadoran Jose Simeon Canas Central American University; Member of the Revolutionary Governing Junta of El Salvador;
  • McAfee, William, Deputy Director for Intelligence and Research Coordination, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, from August 1973; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence Coordination from March 1980; Director of the Office of Intelligence Liaison from October 1980
  • McAuliffe, Dennis P., General, USA; Commander in Chief, Southern Command, from July 1975 until 1979
  • McCall, Richard Lee, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs from June 10, 1980, until January 21, 1981
  • McEntee, Peter Donovan, Governor of Belize
  • McGee, Gale W., United States Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States from March 30, 1977, until May 27, 1981
  • McGiffert, David E., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Affairs from April 4, 1977 until January 20, 1981
  • McIntyre, James T., Deputy Director of the Office of Management and the Budget in 1977; Director from March 24, 1978, until January 20, 1981
  • McMahon, John, Deputy Director for Operations, Central Intelligence Agency
  • McNeil, Francis “Frank” J., U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica from 1980
  • Medrano, Luis, Nicaraguan Secretary General of the AIFLD-Affiliated Confederation of Labor Unification
  • Mein, John Gordon, U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala from 1965 until 1968.
  • Mejia, Federico, Colonel, Commander of the Nicaraguan National Guard after Somoza’s departure
  • Melendez, Carlos Eduardo, Colonel, Salvadoran Chief of Armed Forces General Staff
  • Melgar Castro, Juan Alberto, Brigadier General; President of Honduras until August 1978
  • Mendieta Herdocia, Constantino Alberto, Lieutenant Colonel, Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Mendosa, Valentín de Jesús, Honduran Secretary of State for Finance and Public Credit
  • Mendoza Palomo, Luis Rene, Brigadier General, Chief of Staff of the Guatemalan Army
  • Menges, Constantine, Consultant to the National Security Council
  • Meyer, Edward C., General, USA; Chief of Staff, United States Army, from June 22, 1979, until June 21, 1983
  • Midence Soto, Ricardo, Honduran Ambassador to the United States
  • Middleton, Jim, White House Staff
  • Mikulski, Barbara, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Maryland); member of Congressional Delegation to Honduras
  • Miller, G. William, Chairman of the Federal Reserve from March 1978 until August 1979; thereafter Secretary of the Treasury until January 20, 1981
  • Millington, Joe, U.K. First Secretary, British Embassy
  • Mohr, Alberto Fuentes, Leader of the Guatemalan Social Democratic Party.
  • Mojica, Inocente Otto, Colonel, Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Molina-Orantes, Adolfo, Guatemalan Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1974 until 1978
  • Molina, Roque, Salvadoran Colonel
  • Molina, Arturo Armando, President of El Salvador from 1972 until 1977
  • Moncada Lau, Nestor, Deputy Chief of Security Services, Nicaraguan Government of National Reconstruction
  • Mondale, Walter F., Vice President of the United States
  • Montalvan Batres, Hector, Colonel, Guatemalan Army and adviser to Lucas
  • Montealegre, Eduardo, Nicaraguan banker
  • Montealegre, Enrique, Costa Rican Minister of Public Security
  • Montenegro, Orlando, National District Minister and delegate to the Frente Amplio-Liberal Party of Nicaragua talks under Negotiating Group auspices
  • Monterroso, Felipe Doroteo, General; Guatemalan Ambassador from 1979 until 1981
  • Mora, Antonio, Nicaraguan Minister of Government
  • Morales Bermudez, Francisco, President of Peru from 1975 until 1980
  • Morales Erlich, Jose Antonio, Secretary General of the Salvadoran Christian Democrats; Member of the Revolutionary Governing Junta; Director of Agrarian Reform
  • Moran, Francisco, Salvadoran Treasury Police Commander
  • Moreno, Alberto, Lieutenant Colonel in Nicaraguan National Guard
  • Morris, Diana, Office of Research and Analysis for American Republics, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
  • Moss, Ambler Holmes, U.S. Ambassador to Panama from 1978
  • Murphy, John, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York); Chairman of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee
  • Muskie, Edmund S., Senator (D-Maine) from January 3, 1959, until May 7, 1980; Chairman of the Budget Committee from 1973 until 1980; Secretary of State from May 8, 1980, until January 20, 1981
  • Nalle, Beauveau B., Principal Officer, U.S. Consulate in Belize, from April 1978 until January 1981
  • Newlin, Michael H., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political and Multilateral Affairs from January 1980; Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs from April 1980
  • Newsom, David D., U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia from February 27, 1974, until October 6, 1977; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from April 19, 1978, until February 27, 1981
  • Niehaus, Bernd, Costa Rican Vice Foreign Minister
  • Nooter, Robert Harry, Acting Deputy Administrator, Agency for International Development, from March 1977; Deputy Administrator from July 1977
  • Nutting, Wallace, Lieutenant General, USA; Chief of Southern Command
  • Obando y Bravo, Miguel, Archbishop of Nicaragua
  • Obiols, Alfredo Gomez, Acting Guatemalan Minister of Foreign Affairs; member of the OAS Commission for Friendly Cooperation and Conciliation (Negotiating Group for Nicaragua)
  • Odom, William E., Lieutenant General, USA; Military Assistant to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from 1977 until January 1981
  • O’Donnell, Thomas J., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Managua, from July 1977 until October 1979
  • Oduber, Daniel, President of Costa Rica from 1974 until 1978
  • O’Malley, Edward J., Assistant Director, Intelligence Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Oqueli, Hector, Under Secretary of Foreign Relations of El Salvador
  • Orantes, Cesar A., Economic Counselor, Guatemalan Embassy
  • Orellana Solis, Octavio, Salvadoran Minister of Agriculture
  • Orfila, Alejandro, Secretary-General of the Organization of American States from May 18, 1975, until March 31, 1984
  • Ortega Saavedra, Daniel, Revolutionary Government of Nicaragua National Directorate Member; Member of Nicaraguan Provisional Junta; Member of Nicaraguan Government of National Reconstruction
  • Ortega Saavedra, Humberto, Revolutionary Government of Nicaragua National Directorate member
  • Ortiz, Francis “Frank” Vincent, U.S. Ambassador to Barbados and Grenada from July 1977; U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala from June 1979
  • Owen, Henry David, Special Representative for Economic Summits, National Security Council, from 1977 until January 1981; Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Economic Summit Affairs from October 20, 1978, until January 21, 1981
  • Oxman, Stephen, Special Assistant, Office of the Deputy Secretary of State
  • Padilla, Pedro, Dominican Republic Sub-Secretary; Assistant to Jimenez on the NG
  • Padilla, Granera, Nicaraguan Senator, assassinated by Sandinista National Liberation Front in 1978
  • Padron, Jose Luis, Cuban official
  • Pallais Debayle, Luis, Cousin of Nicaraguan President Somoza; Director of Novedades and Liberal Party Spokesperson
  • Palma Galvez, Roberto, Colonel, Honduran Minister of Foreign Relations
  • Pastor, Robert, Latin America and Caribbean Affairs, National Security Council, from 1977 until January 1981
  • Pastora Gomez, Eden, Tercerio Faction Sandinista National Liberation Front Commander, “Commandante Zero”
  • Patterson, Percival J., Jamaican Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, and Tourism until 1980; Deputy Prime Minister in 1980
  • Paz Garcia, Policarpo, Brigadier General; Honduran Armed Forces Commander in Chief; Honduran President from August 1978
  • Pearlman, Mark, American Institute for Free Labor Development official
  • Pellas, Alfredo, Nicaraguan businessman
  • Peralta Mendez, Ricardo, General; Guatemalan Christian Democratic Presidential Candidate
  • Perez, Carlos Andres, President of Venezuela until March 1979
  • Perez Cadalso, Eliseo, Honduran Foreign Minister from July 1979 until August 15, 1980.
  • Perez Jimenez, Marcos, President of Venezuela from 1952 until 1958
  • Perry, Jack, Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State from August 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria from October 1979
  • Pezzullo, Lawrence, U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay from 1977 until 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from 1979
  • Pfeifle, Linda, Office of Security Assistance and Sales, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State
  • Pinochet Ugarte, Augusto, General; Chairman of the Chilean Military Junta from September 11, 1973, until 1981
  • Plaza Lasso, Galo, Ecuadorian President of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal; President of Ecuador from 1948 until 1952; Organization of American States Secretary General from 1968 until 1975
  • Poats, Rutherford, International Economics Affairs, National Security Council, from September 1978 until January 1981
  • Ponce de Leon, Rodolfo, Argentine national
  • Poveda Burbano, Alfredo, Vice Admiral, Ecuadorian President of the Supreme Council of Government
  • Prendes, Ray, Salvadoran Christian Democratic Party Secretary General
  • Price, George Cadle, Belizean Premier and Minister of Finance
  • Pustay, John, Lieutenant General, USAF; Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Quintana, Julio, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua and delegate to Frente Amplio-Liberal Party of Nicaragua talks under Negotiating Group auspices
  • Quinonez Mesa, Roberto, Salvadoran Ambassador to the United States in 1978
  • Ramos, Pedro, U.S. citizen indicted for the murder of P.J. Chamorro
  • Reagan, Ronald, U.S. President-elect
  • Reboso, Manuel, Vice Mayor of Miami
  • Reinhardt, John E., Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs from April 22, 1975, until March, 22, 1977; Director of the Information Agency—renamed International Communications Agency on April 1, 1978—from March 23, 1977, until August 29, 1980
  • Rener, Pablo, President of the Nicaraguan Senate until July 1979
  • Renfrew, Charles, Deputy Attorney General
  • Resor, Stanley, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
  • Revilla, Gonzalez, Panamanian Foreign Minister
  • Reyes, Ismael, Nicaraguan Red Cross President
  • Reyes, Jose Eduardo, Salvadoran Minister of Planning
  • Reina Idiaquez, Jorge Arturo, Dean of the National Autonomous University of Honduras until 1979
  • Ridley, Nicholas, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Rivas Gasteazoro, Noel, Legal Advisor to the Frente Amplio Political Committee; Nicaraguan Minister of Industry and Commerce
  • Rivas, Rafael Cordova, Nicaraguan Union of Democratic Liberation and Frente Amplio leader
  • Rivera Lopez, Mario, National Party of Honduras
  • Rixse, Jay, member, National Security Council Staff
  • Robelo Callejas, Alfonso, Nicaraguan businessman and founder of the Nicaraguan Democratic Movement; Member of Nicaraguan Provisional Junta
  • Robertson, W.D., Rear Admiral, Vice Director for Operations, Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Rodriguez Porth, Jose Antonio, Salvadoran Foreign Minister
  • Roel Garcia, Santiago, Mexican Foreign Minister
  • Rogers, William “Bill”, former Under Secretary and Co-Leader of the Special Presidential Mission to El Salvador
  • Rojas Paredas, Armando Leonidas, General; Salvadoran Minister of Interior
  • Roldos, Jaime, President of Ecuador
  • Romero Mena, Carlos Humberto, Salvadoran General and President from July 1977
  • Romero, Oscar Arnulfo, Roman Catholic Archbishop of El Salvador
  • Rondon, Fernando, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa, from July 1978 until September 1980
  • Rosenberg, Robert, Intelligence Coordinator, National Security Council, from January 1977 until March 1980
  • Rowlands, Edward, U.K. Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Deputy Foreign Minister
  • Royo, Aristides, President of Panama
  • Rusk, Dean, Former Secretary of State
  • Sacasa, Ramiro, Nicaraguan Constitutionalist Liberal Movement member
  • Salamin, Marcel, Torrijos’s Political Adviser
  • Salazar Brenes, Alvaro, Salvadoran former Air Force Major
  • Sanchez, Heberto, General; Nicaraguan Minister of Defense
  • Sancho Sanchez, Luis, Member of the Frente Amplio and National Socialist Party
  • Sanders, Edward, Deputy Associate Director for International Affairs/Assistant Director for National Security and International Affairs, Office of Management and Budget
  • Sandino, Rene, Party of National Conciliation leader
  • Sapia-Bosch, Al, National Foreign Assessment Center, Central Intelligence Agency
  • Sarbanes, Paul Spiros, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Maryland)
  • Schneider, Mark, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from April 1977
  • Schuller, Gordon, Admiral; Director, Inter-American Region Department of Defense
  • Schweitzer, Robert L. Major General, USA; Director of Strategy Plans and Policy, U.S. Army
  • Sevilla Sacasa, Guillermo, Nicaraguan Ambassador to the United States from 1977 until 1979
  • Shelton, Sally Angela, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from August 1977 until April 1979
  • Shelton, Turner Blair, U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from 1970 until 1975
  • Shoman, Assad, Belizean Attorney General
  • Shuler, Robert Lee, Counselor for Economic and Commercial Affairs in Guatemala
  • Silva, Rodolfo, Costa Rican Ambassador from 1977 until 1978
  • Sinn, Melvin, Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Guatemala City from August 1980 until September 1981
  • Skinner-Klee, Jorge, Former Guatemalan Foreign Minister
  • Smart, William, Operations Coordinator, U.S. Embassy in San Salvador
  • Smith, Carl, R., Brigadier General, USAF; Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense
  • Smith, Norman Shaw, Deputy Director of the Office of Policy Planning for Public and Congressional Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from July 1977; International Relations Officer from October 1979 until February 1980
  • Smith, William Y., Lieutenant General, USAF; Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Soluan, Mauricio, U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from September 1977 until February 1979
  • Solomon, Anthony, Under Secretary of the Treasury
  • Somoza Debayle, Anastasio, President of Nicaragua until July 1979
  • Somoza, Jose R., Inspector General, Nicaraguan National Guard; President Somoza’s brother
  • Somoza Portocarrero, Anastasio “Tachito”, Commander, Infantry Basic Training School, Nicaraguan National Guard; Son of Nicaraguan President
  • Somoza Portocarrero, Hope, President of the Nicaraguan National Institute of Social Security; Wife of Nicaraguan President Somoza
  • Spadafora, Hugo, Former Panamanian Minister of Health
  • Spiers, Ronald I., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in London, from 1974 until 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research from January 28, 1980, until October 4, 1981
  • Spreti, Carl von, Federal Republic of Germany Ambassador to Guatemala
  • Squire, William, U.K. First Secretary, British Embassy; Counselor
  • Starrs, Francis R., Alternate Representative to the Organization of American States from August 1978
  • Stedman, William Perry Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from June 1977
  • Stockman, Charles James Jr., Deputy Mission Director, U.S. Embassy in La Paz, Agency for International Development, from September 1977; Regional Development Officer from July 1978
  • Stoddard, Philip, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Current Analysis, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, from July 1980
  • Stroessner, Alfredo, President of Paraguay
  • Studds, Gerry Eastman, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Massachusetts); Member of Congressional Delegation to Honduras
  • Suazo Cordoba, Roberto, Liberal Party of Honduras leader
  • Swett, Ted, Colonel, USA; Executive Secretary of the Inter-American Defense Board; U.S. Military Group Commander in Nicaragua
  • Tablada Solis, Alcedo, delegate to Frente Amplio-Liberal Party of Nicaragua talks under Negotiating Group auspices; Nicaraguan Ambassador-designate
  • Taraki, Nur Muhammad, Prime Minister of Afghanistan from 1978 until 1979
  • Tarnoff, Peter, Executive Secretary of the Department of State from April 1977 until February 1981
  • Tefel Velez, Reynaldo Antonio, Nicaraguan member of the Frente Amplio Political Committee; Nicaraguan Director of Social Security Institute
  • Tighe, Eugene, Lieutenant General, USAF; Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Tirado Lopez, Manuel Victor, Member of the Sandinista National Liberation Front National Directorate
  • Tito, Josip Broz, President of Yugoslavia until May 4, 1980
  • Theberge, James D., U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from August 11, 1975, until June 8, 1977
  • Thornton, Thomas, South Asia and United Nations Matters, National Security Council, from 1977 until January 1981
  • Todman, Terence A., U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica from March 17, 1975, until January 24, 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from April 1, 1977, until June 27, 1978
  • Torres Arias, Leonidas, Lieutenant Colonel, Member of the Honduran Superior Defense Council; Chief of Honduran Military Intelligence
  • Torrijos Herrera, Omar, Brigadier General, Commander of the Panamanian National Guard; Chief of Government from October 11, 1972, until October 11, 1978
  • Trujillo, Rafael, President of the Dominican Republic from 1942 until 1954
  • Tucker, Frank Mayer, Jr., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy to Nicaragua, from April 1978 until July 1979
  • Tunnerman Bernheim, Carlos, Leader of the Frente Amplio; Member of the Group of 12; Nicaraguan Minister of Education
  • Turbay Ayala, Julio Cesar, President of Colombia from August 1978 until August 1982
  • Turner, Stansfield, Admiral, USN; Director of Central Intelligence from March 9, 1977, until January 20, 1981
  • Ungo Revelo, Guillermo Manuel, President of the Revolutionary Democratic Front from December 1980; Member of the Revolutionary Governing Junta of El Salvador
  • Urcuyo Maliaon, Francisco, Nicaraguan Congressman of Liberal Party; Interim President of Nicaragua in July 1979
  • Uribe Vargas, Diego, Colombian Foreign Minister
  • Urquia, Miguel Raphael, Salvadoran Permanent Representative to the United Nations
  • Vaky, Viron P. “Pete”, U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela from July 26, 1976, until June 24, 1978; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from July 21, 1978, until November 30, 1979
  • Valdez, Abelardo, :s80/78 Assistant Administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean, Agency :s80/80 for International Development; Chief of Protocol, Department of State, from October 19, 1979, until January 21, 1981
  • Valle Salinas, Nicolas, Colonel; Chief of Police in Managua
  • Vance, Cyrus, Secretary of State from January 23, 1977, until April 20, 1980
  • Videla, Jorge Rafael, Brigadier General; Chairman of the Argentinean Military Junta and President of Argentina from March 24, 1976, until March 29, 1981
  • Vides Casanova, Carlos Eugenio, Colonel; Director of the Salvadoran National Guard
  • Viera, Rodolfo, Director of the Salvadoran Agrarian Reform Agency
  • Villagran Kramer, Francisco, Vice President of Guatemala from 1978 until 1980
  • Villaluz, Ascanio, Panamanian Assistant Secretary General of the Revolutionary Party (Dominican Republic)
  • Walker, Gerald, Lieutenant Colonel; Defense Attaché, U.S. Embassy in San Salvador
  • Warne, W. Robert, Director of the Office of Caribbean Affairs, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State
  • Webster, William H., Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from February 23, 1978 until 1987
  • Weissman, Marvin, U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica from 1977 until 1980; U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia from 1980
  • Welter, Daniel R., International Relations Officer, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State, from June 1977 until December 1979
  • Wheelock Roman, Jaime, Revolutionary Government of Nicaragua National Directorate member; Nicaraguan Minister of Agricultural Development
  • White, Robert Edward, U.S. Ambassador to Paraguay from 1977 until 1980; U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador from 1980 until 1981
  • Wickham, John A., Jr., Lieutenant General, USA; Acting Director, Joint Chiefs of Staff, from August 22, 1978, to June 22, 1979
  • Williams, Eric Eustace, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Wilson, Charlie, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Texas)
  • Wise, Phil, Appointments Secretary to President Carter
  • Winstanley, Ralph II, Regional Political Program, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Department of State
  • Wright, James Claude Jr. “Jim,” member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Texas)
  • Wunderlich, Julio Asenio, Former Guatemalan Ambassador to the United States
  • Yanes, Federico Castillo, Salvadoran Foreign Minister; thereafter Minister of Defense
  • Yatron, Gus, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Pennsylvania)
  • Yepez Boscan, Guillermo, Venezuelan Ambassador to Nicaragua
  • Young, Andrew, United States Representative to the United Nations from January 30, 1977, until August 15, 1979
  • Zambrano Velasco, Jose Alberto, Foreign Minister of Venezuela
  • Zamora, David, Deputy in the Nicaraguan Liberal Party
  • Zamora Rivas, Mario, Salvadoran politician with the Christian Democrtatic Party
  • Zeron Pepiton, Carlos Manuel, Honduran Minister of the Economy
  • Zorinsky, Edward, Senator (D-Nebraska)
  • Zuniga, Ricardo, Honduran National Party leader