Edward Sirio Consuegra

edward_sirio_consuegra_01Edward Sirio Consuegra was a Captain in the United States Air Force when he was last seen at his girlfriend’s apartment on Carmichael Road in Montgomery, Alabama when he drove home for lunch on December 3, 1992.  At the time of his disappearance, Edward Consuegra had been in the Air Force 15 years and was working as a procurement officer for the U.S. Air Force at the Gunter Annex of Maxwell Air Force Base. Shortly before Edward Consuegra went missing, he apparently told his family about a 44 million dollar discrepancy he had found in a contract he was processing.  None of Edward Consuegra’s possessions were missing and his bank accounts have not been touched since he went missing.  The Air Force has listed Edward Consuegra as a deserter.

According to the book, Defrauding America, Vol. One, 4th Edition by Rodney Stitch: Edward Consuegra disappeared in 1992 after he “discovered serious irregularities in a government contract with Unisys Corporation.  That contract had been arranged by a former CIA official, Deputy Director of the CIA, Frank Carlucci.

Edward Sirio Consuegra was 36 years old at the time he went missing in 1992.  Edward Consuegra is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighed approximately 170 pounds at the time he went missing. Edward Consuegra has brown hair, brown eyes and wears contact lenses. Edward Consuegra has a 3.5 centimeter long scar on his chin.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Edward Sirio Consuegra, contact the Montgomery Police Department at 205-241-2844.  (NamUs MP # 4783)



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  1. L. Robinette says:

    Here is another website’s write-up and link:

    MAJOR EDWARD CONSUEGRA, USAF (Disappeared: Dec. 3, 1992)
    Ed Consuegra hailed from a close knit family and had been in the military for 15 years. He had been a contracting officer for nearly 11 months at the Gunter Annex of Maxwell AFB, AL when told family members that he had come across a $44 MILLION discrepancy in one of the contracts he was processing. On Dec. 3, 1992, Ed just disappeared. Strangely, though the military listed him as a deserter, they promoted him after his disappearance.

    Following Ed’s disappearance, the deaths of three of his coworkers promted the military to close down the Gunter Annex.

    If you have any questions or comments on this case, please contact MAMMA and we will make every effort to put you in contact with Ed’s family.

    MAMMA – M+others Aligned for Military & Murder Accountability

    Last edited by KateB; 04-12-2015 at 07:33 PM. Reason: update doe link.


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