F. Mark Wyatt

Male, Deceased Person

1920 – 2006


Who was F. Mark Wyatt?

Felton Mark Wyatt was a CIA agent. He was raised in Woodland, California and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1942. After his war service in the US Navy he earned a degree in foreign affairs from George Washington University. He joined the CIA in 1948.

He married fellow CIA operative Ann Appleton Wyatt in 1951.

First posted to Italy, Wyatt delivered large sums of cash to Christian Democrat politicians as part a large-scale operation to sway the results of the 1948 election. This operation continued until at least 1972. In 1964 Wyatt was appointed deputy chief of the Rome station. He also helped to set up the Italian branch of the anti-communist NATO stay behind network during the Mario Scelba prime ministry, after the Italians were initially left out.

In 1968–69 he worked with South Vietnamese intelligence services in Saigon. In 1970 Wyatt was posted to New York to spy on the UN. Posted chief of station in Luxembourg.

In the later years of his life he split his time between Washington, D.C., during the year and Carnelian Bay, Lake Tahoe, in the summer.

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May 23, 1920
  • George Washington University
  • University of California, Berkeley
Jun 29, 2006

on July 23, 2013


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