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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGEN
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Training consists of storming and capturing hilly redoubts, and training in the use of weapons which range from semi-automatic to fully automatic rifles, sub-nachineguns,-aliber machlneguns.
H" a8i" followers were among those under-gJl-Hg1 U'al'l wEs overheard to say that the camp waa being operated without any financial assistance froa the United States Government. Masferrer also said that rather severe measures would be effected against any United States Government informer who might be discovered at the camp.
According to some of the individuals who were undertaking training,ofeent from the Newto Miami,administering the transfers.
After arriving in rob Ihey were taken to sheriff's Key, or some small key in the vicinity of Sheriff's Key/ where they were being staged prior to invading Haiti, which was to be the first step in the plan for an eventual landing in Cuba.
There was no apparent degree of ill-feeling between many former Castro adherents and the "Kasferrer's Tigers- at the Camp. Sow. Puerto Ricana were also in training there.
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