Name: James Bond
Occupation: CIA Operations Officer (OO Section)
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Place Of Birth: Washington, D.C.
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Andrew Bond (father, deceased), Monique Delacroix Bond (mother, deceased), Charmaine Bond (aunt, deceased)
Group Affiliations: Central Intelligence Agency (currently), United States Navy (formerly)
Base of Operations: Mobile
History: James Bond was born in Washington, D.C. of an American father, Andrew Bond of New York City, and a Swiss mother, Monique Delacroix of Yverdonm Canton de Vaud. His father being a foreign sales representative for a leading defense contractor, his early education, from which he inherited a first-class command of French and German, was entirely abroad. When Bond was eleven years old, his parents were killed in a mountain-climbing accident in France. After their deaths, he was homeschooled by his aunt and guardian, Charmaine Bond in New Rochelle, New York. From age 14 to 15, Bond attended Phillips Academy preparatory school until "trouble" with one of the maids. He then transferred to his father's alma mater, New York Military Academy. Throughout his teens, Bond spent time studying both climbing and skiing with an Austrian instructor named Hannes Oberhauser during term breaks at NYMA. His one strong relationship, this friendship ended when Oberhauser disappeared mysteriously. Bond considered Oberhauser a second father.
After graduating from New York Military Academy, Bond began attending the United States Naval Academy. While there, he excelled in all areas of training and matriculated through his coursework with exceptional grades. Bond was also a member of the intramural karate team. He graduated from the Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy. Bond lost his one surviving close relative, his aunt Charmaine Bond, a few weeks after graduation. While at the Academy, he decided to become an intelligence officer. After graduating from the Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, Bond was assigned to Patrol Squadron 10 (VP-10) at Naval Air Station Jacksonville as an anti-submarine warfare intelligence officer. He was later assigned to the Joint Intelligence Center at U.S. Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base. There, he served as an intelligence watch officer. Bond's intellect and confidence impressed his commanding officers. However, it became apparent that he was not being sufficiently challenged with his duties.
So Bond applied to and was eventually accepted into the Navy SEAL training program. Soon after, he began Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training. After completing (BUD/S) training, Bond attended parachute training and then went on to SEAL Qualification Training. Upon completing SEAL Qualification Training, he attended SEAL Delivery Vehicle School. Afterwards, Bond was assigned to SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 1 as an assistant platoon commander. Following his tour with SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 1, he was assigned to SEAL Team 5 as a platoon commander. Bond later became the operations officer of SEAL Team 1. With numerous commendations, he left the United States Navy after twelve years of distinguished service at the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
Bond then moved to the city of his birth, Washington, D.C., where he obtained a position as an associate consultant at a management consulting firm. He then applied to join the Central Intelligence Agency. Before he could join the Agency, Bond had to go through a thorough medical and psychological exam, a polygraph interview and an extensive background investigation. Upon successfully completing the entire application process, he was accepted as a clandestine service trainee. After an orientation period, Bond resigned from the consulting firm and went on to the CIA's Special Training Center, Camp Peary - "The Farm," near Williamsburg, Virginia for intensive operational training. There, he went through the Basic Operations Course, which trained him in so-called "operational intelligence" or "tradecraft" espionage skills.
After completing the Clandestine Service Trainee Program, Bond was given non-official cover status; meaning he is an operations officer without any official connection to the CIA and also without diplomatic protection if ever caught in an act of espionage. His "cover legend" was that he was a business analyst employed by Transworld Consortium, an international business advisory firm used as a front company by the CIA. While his primary duty as a CIA case officer was recruiting foreign agents, Bond was also involved in the interrogation of captured enemy agents and short-term undercover assignments during joint CIA-DEA counternarcotics operations in Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Two years into his CIA career, he was recruited into the Optimum Operations Section. The OO Section is an elite CIA unit that marks a return to classical methods of deep-cover unilateral espionage operations. Instead of relying on foreign human intelligence assets, OO Section field officers (known as "OO agents") physically infiltrate dangerous and sensitive enemy locations to gather the required intelligence by whatever means necessary. In other words, they go back to the nitty-gritty world of undercover spies out there in the field, risking their lives for the sake of taking a photograph or recording a conversation or copying a computer hard drive. Upon joining the OO Section, Bond was given the code number "OO7" and a new cover legend as a global account manager for Universal Exports, an import-export company that is actually a CIA front company used exclusively by the OO Section. Like his previous cover, that gives him the cover to travel frequently. As an OO agent, Bond is used in situations where more than one operative - even though highly secret - would arouse too much attention. By assuming a false identity and utilizing the most advanced espionage technology, he goes deep undercover to infiltrate secure installations, seize critical intelligence, destroy dangerous data or equipment, and neutralize the enemy as needed, without leaving a trace.
Because the OO Section operates independent of the official U.S. national security apparatus, Bond is given carte blanche to do whatever is required to accomplish a mission and can use any means he deems necessary to protect America. For example, he is essentially entrusted with a license to kill—the authorization to, at his own discretion, commit acts that might otherwise be considered murder in order to complete a mission, without having to seek permission from headquarters first.
James Bond has proven himself to be one of the most extraordinary officers in the CIA's employ.
Weight: 175 lbs.
Strength Level: James Bond possesses the normal strength level of a man of his size, height and build who engages in extensive regular exercise.
Abilities: Bond is as tough and accomplished as the average commando. He is muscular and an impressive physical specimen, but is infinitely more scientific. In general, he fights with tenacity and has a high tolerance of pain. He is an expert in karate, can kill with a chop of his hand and with the well-placed pressure of his fingers. In addition to being an expert pistol shot and boxer, Bond is an expert knife thrower; he knows how to use knifes and he knows how to use razors. Long before he joined the CIA, Bond has used a system of mnemonics, where he can store thousands of pieces of information of any kind to memory or filed away, available for immediate recall, in the computer of his memory. Most information was related to work, so were best not committed to writing in any case. Bond is also skilled with languages, and speaks fluently without accent in Italian, Spanish, French and German, and speaks, reads and writes a passable Arabic, Mandarin, Russian and Japanese.