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 Guillaume Vogeleer (Jimmy le Belge)

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Cela me fait plaisir de revoir la bobine de mon vieux pote Yves, nous avons fait un bout de chemin ensemble du temps des FBA... Nos chemins se sont séparés en 76/77, ça fait un bail! Là haut, au paradis des baroudeurs, tu dois bien te marrer de tout ces délires sur les réseaux dits sociaux Wink

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il était revenu faire un reportage chez nous au 4chch le temps d'un exercice.
son premier passage après la moitié des années 70 a laissé des traces dans les mémoires des anciens. les escapades avec les voltigeurs du père Beelen étaient mémorables pour ceux qui ont connu.
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Un document de 1987 : un papier à en-tête que Guillaume Vogeleer utilisait dans ses échanges avec les groupes armés laotiens. Le document précisait notamment l'adresse de Vogeleer à Udonthani; on peut constater qu'il se présentait comme un conseiller militaire ("military adviser") avec le grade de "Lieutenant-Colonel".

Des emblèmes et insignes sont visibles (les mêmes que ceux des "Freedom Fighter Forces" visibles sur le site internet, notamment celui inspiré du MACV-SOG). Le document mentionne un groupe armé rival du PKH, dirigé entre autres par Vang Pao.


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Beyond the Quagmire: New Interpretations of the Vietnam War
publié par Geoffrey W. Jensen, Matthew M. Stith
2019


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18th Conference WACL 1985 - Dallas, Texas : Bee Moua à gauche, John K. Singlaub au centre, inconnu à droite.


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https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1985/09/17/dallas-hosts-anti-communist-league/85ed2354-925f-4089-966e-d098b8cf5ab2/

Dallas Hosts Anti-Communist League

September 17, 1985

There were "freedom fighters" representing several armed insurgencies, wealthy Texans, representatives of Soldier of Fortune magazine and the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, and ultra-right politicians from Guatemala and Paraguay -- all rubbing shoulders in a new luxury hotel in north Dallas.

The occasion was last week's 18th annual conference of the World Anti-Communist League (WACL), which was founded by the governments of Taiwan and South Korea and has tried in recent years to rid itself of members who espoused anti-Semitic and fascist views.

The four-day conference ended with an "International Freedom Fighters Dinner" featuring greetings from President Reagan, "Freedom Fighter of the Year" medals for insurgents from Nicaragua and Afghanistan, a special citation for a Dallas woman who gave $65,000 toward a helicopter for the Nicaraguan contras, and the unveiling of a bust of Reagan made by a Cambodian who dreamed that "he would meet an old white man [Reagan] who would help" his country's resistance movement.

"I commend you all for your part in this noble cause," the Reagan letter read. "Our combined efforts are moving the tide of history toward world freedom."

Representatives of eight anti-Marxist resistance movements attended, but most of the attention was focused on the Nicaraguans, led by political leader Adolfo Calero and military commander Enrique Bermudez.

Also in the spotlight was the WACL chairman, retired Army major general John Singlaub, cashiered by President Jimmy Carter for criticizing the proposed withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Korea in the late 1970s.

During the past year, Singlaub has been active in raising private funds to help the Nicaraguan opposition to the leftist Sandinista government. Ellen Garwood, who helped pay for the helicopter, said: "God in his mysterious way has put Gen. Singlaub in communism's way, and the general is saying, 'They shall not pass.' "

Participants at the conference could buy WACL "Freedom Fighter" T-shirts and FDN (Nicaraguan Democratic Force) shoulder patches, and pick up literature describing a planned Captive Nations Park in San Antonio, which is to fly flags at half staff and include a replica of the Statue of Liberty gagged, with a tear in her eye and her torch at her feet.

Bert Hurlbut, a key WACL financial supporter, said that his minister from Austin was on hand broadcasting the proceedings over "Straight Talk Radio." And participants were abuzz at the arrival of two other media personalities: Mike Wallace of CBS' "60 Minutes," and producer George Crile, both of Westmoreland libel trial fame.

The gathering featured moments of genuine emotion and impassioned rhetoric. A woman representing resistance forces in Mozambique said she was upset that Reagan is scheduled to meet and "shake the bloody hand" of Marxist Mozambican leader Samora Machel.

An Afghan fighter, who had lost a hand to a Soviet mine, and the Nicaraguan, who had lost a leg and was awarded the medal at the dinner, told their stories many times.

Dr. Haing S. Ngor, who played the Cambodian reporter in the movie "The Killing Fields," said that the genocide of his people by the communists was too grisly to be portrayed on film "because no one could stand to watch it."

Assembled resistance leaders had many opportunities to make public relations points. Calero, for instance, said several times that his award winner, Hubert R. Rodriguez, known as Sierra Three, lost a leg only after a flesh wound became infected because the FDN had no medical-evacuation helicopters.

Congress has approved $27 million in humanitarian aid for the contras, but none is to be used for helicopters. So Singlaub said that he has agreed to try raising new private aid for trucks and helicopters for the Nicaraguans.

There were undercurrents of controversy, as well, at the meeting. The representative of Angolan resistance leader Jonas Savimbi walked out, one participant said, because of the presence of Holden Roberto, head of a now-inactive Angolan opposition group.

Tom Posey, of Civilian Military Assistance, who said he was at the convention as an "observer," said that too many groups were trying to take credit for aiding the contras.

"We don't have to preach to the choir," he said of his Alabama group that has worked in jungle hospitals in Central America. "We're the infantry troops. We're the doers."

Dr. Woo Jae Seung, the WACL secretary general from South Korea, and Singlaub said they did not know that Mario Sandoval Alarcon of Guatemala had been invited to the conference. Sandoval is a presidential candidate of the National Liberation Movement, which has described itself as the "party of organized violence."

The South American chapter in which Sandoval was active was expelled a few years ago because its members made anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi statements. Singlaub said he assumed the new chapter had cleared Sandoval to attend.

As the delegates wrapped up their work with a joint communique supporting anti-Marxist insurgencies worldwide, Singlaub said he hoped that individual chapters would work to raise money to help the insurgents. But he said he had not reviewed any regional "action plans."

Several representatives of the resistance groups said they appreciated the moral support, but need money to buy guns. As Mario Calero, an FDN official, told a French television team: "We need money without any strings attached, without any 'humanitarian' baloney."



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Quelqu'un qui a bien connu Guillaume Vogeleer en Asie :

BARRY BROMAN

https://www.spyex.com/expert/barry-broman

Ex CIA clandestine officer & DoS diplomat
Expert on Southeast Asian affairs, military, espionage, entertainment

BARRY'S BACKGROUND

Joining the CIA after fighting in Vietnam as a Marine, Broman’s first posting was war-torn Cambodia. During his career, he was twice chief of station, once a deputy chief of station, and supervised an international paramilitary project in support of the Cambodian resistance to Vietnamese invaders. Barry was actively involved in several assignments in counternarcotics operations in Southeast Asia including a major “bust” that yielded 551 kilograms of high-grade heroin from a major drug trafficker. His “favorite agent” against a variety of “hard targets” was a fellow whose only demand was that his assignments be “life threatening.” He survived them all.

The characters Barry has encountered along the way and the little-known and rarely seen places he's visited have born amazing stories and actionable learnings he enjoys sharing with audiences around the world. Barry is a sought-after speaker, an accomplished author and photographer, and he's produced nine documentary films. He's the author of Risk Taker, Spy Maker: Tales of a CIA Case Officer.

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Risk Taker, Spy Maker: Tales of a CIA Case Officer

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Pour information, dans la même revue :

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https://www.nxtbook.com/acbl/bridgebulletin/2020_09/index.php?startid=64#/p/66


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https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/washingtonpost/name/robert-aitken-obituary?id=6008740

ROBERT D. AITKEN

Robert D. Aitken, 84, of McLean, VA, passed away peacefully of heart failure on April 24, 2013, at the Great Falls Assisted Living Facility after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Bob is survived by his wife of 55 years, Carol; his two daughters, Emily Aitken of Washington, DC and Barbara McCrory of Leesburg, VA; son-in-law, Kevin McCrory; and three grandchildren, Ian, Timothy and Margaret. Bob is also survived by his cousin, Father Robert Fritz; sister-in-law, Theresa Aitken; nephews, Charles and Douglas Aitken - all of whom reside in New Jersey, where Bob was born and raised - and two nieces, Kathi Greyhosky of Bentleyville, PA and Teresa Maddox of Oldsmar, FL. A 1951 graduate of LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Bob attended law school at Georgetown University before accepting employment with the Central Intelligence Agency in 1952, where he served his country faithfully for 40 years. He was devoted to his work and enjoyed postings to Bangkok, Benghazi, Dakar, London, Dar es Salaam, Brussels, and Ankara. He was awarded both the Distinguished Intelligence Medal and the Distinguished Service Medal. Bob also served honorably in the Armed Forces of the United States in occupied Korea in 1946-47 and again during the Korean War. Bob was a man of intellect, principle, and integrity, with a keen sense of humor and great skill as an extemporaneous speaker. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. He had a good life. A memorial service will be held in the chapel at Murphy's Funeral Home in Falls Church, VA at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18. Family will begin receiving friends at 10:30 a.m. There will be a buffet reception afterwards at Kazan's Restaurant in McLean, VA. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter, 3701 Pender Drive, Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22030. Donations can also be made by phone at 703-359-4440 or online.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter, 3701 Pender Drive, Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22030. Donations can also be made by phone at 703-359-4440 or online.

Published by The Washington Post on May 5, 2013.

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Note : je m'intéresse surtout aux COS (Bruxelles) John C. Hannon et Richard L. Holm...


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Risk Taker, Spy Maker: Tales of a CIA Case Officer
Barry Michael Broman
(2020)


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