How many 00 agents are there?

How many 00 agents are there?

Fleming only names five 00 agents in all. James Bond is the most senior of three 00 agents, according to Moonraker; the other two are 008 and 0011. The three guys work in the same office as a secretary named Loelia Ponsonby. She's the only woman ever to hold an official position in the Secret Service.

In the film you see seven other people in the office, but they're not actual agents. They're called "support staff". There's also one other person in the movie who isn't listed on the official roster of the SS: Béla Lugosi as Dr. Julius No. He has a role to play later on in the story but doesn't actually go out on any missions with Fleming's characters.

According to the book You Only Live Twice has a total of eight agents working for the Secret Service. This includes both James Bond and Kenny Dalio who plays Johnny Romano. Dalio was supposed to be killed at the end of the first novel but thanks to a last minute change of plans he survives.

There's also a girl agent named Tiffany Case who works with Bond in Japan. She's not mentioned in the film version of You Only Live Twice so she probably didn't make it into the final cut of the movie.

Finally, there's Q, the agency's technical expert who appears in both books and films.

Are there real 007 agents?

James Bond and the real-life men and women who work at the sandstone and emerald-colored headquarters at Vauxhall Cross on the banks of the Thames are not "secret agents." They work for the intelligence services. The genuine agents are the people they encourage to spy for them in other countries. Bond, however, is a fictional character created by author Ian Fleming. Although he has been adapted for television and film, the original agent remains a secret even to those who know everything about him.

In reality, there are many more spies than there are jobs as an agent because it's such a dangerous profession. Only people with personality disorders can think that spying is a good career choice. If you're thinking about becoming an agent, first understand that this job requires physical courage, endurance, strength, and talent at manipulating people. It also needs lots of money to pay for expensive equipment and to bribe others.

Then consider what kinds of people leave room service carts outside their bedrooms and walk into shark-filled waters every day. You must have nerves of steel and be willing to risk your life every time you go into espionage.

There are indeed real-life James Bonds out there working for different nations' intelligence services. However, only one of them is a woman - and she's not a British agent but a Russian one!

Fleming invented several characters to serve as bonds' friends and allies.

How many special agents are there?

There were 13,913 FBI agents in 2012. There were roughly 6,500 ICE-Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents in the United States in 2016, and 4,890 DEA agents in 2011. There are also about 1,000 agents from other agencies.

In addition, there are about 5,000 employees within the FBI who are not assigned to a specific office or group but serve as special agents throughout the organization.

When the FBI was first established in 1908, there were only eight agents in the entire agency. Today, there are more than 12,000.

The number of special agents has increased over time as well. In 1969, there were 7,633 special agents working for the FBI. That number had grown to 16,404 by 1978. By 1998, there were nearly 70,000 employees within the FBI who were classified as special agents.

Since 9/11, several hundred additional agents have been hired through the National Applications Process. The majority of these new agents work in the FBI's national security division and counterintelligence field office units.

In addition, the FBI has approximately 5,000 special agents located all across the country, including in foreign countries. These agents are designated to work on cases that involve issues such as international terrorism, espionage, cybercrime, and drug trafficking.

How many FBI agents are there in the world?

As of May 2, there were 13,948 people. The figure varies, but it is anywhere between 13,000 and 14,000 agents. This comprises agents in 56 field offices and smaller regional offices, FBI Headquarters, the FBI Lab, and FBI foreign offices at embassies worldwide. More than 276 infractions of US federal law are being investigated by the FBI. These range from minor offenses to serious crimes such as terrorism and espionage.

The number of FBI agents has increased dramatically since 1968, when there were only 3,500 agents. That's more than a million percent increase!

Agent training programs have expanded greatly during this time, with many new courses developed to meet community policing needs. In addition, several thousand applicants compete for fewer than 500 positions each year.

Agents work in all 50 states but are primarily found in the largest cities. Many high-profile cases have involved agents who have been killed in the line of duty. Others have committed suicide under stress-filled circumstances.

There is no typical agent career path within the FBI, though most start out in entry-level jobs such as clerks or investigators. Some change careers later in life after finding a passion for law enforcement. Finally, some join directly from college or university police departments where they received special agent training.

In conclusion, there are currently 13,948 FBI agents working across the globe.

How many clients does an agent have?

An typical agent that has been growing their list for four to five years or more may have between 30 and 40 active clients at any given time. (However, who those active clients are may/may not vary over time.)

New agents typically start out with about 100-150 active clients and grow their list through word of mouth and marketing efforts. Older agents that have been in the business for several years may have hundreds or even thousands of clients.

The number of clients an agent has is called their "list size."

When your agent tells you that they have 20 new clients this month, that means that they had 200 previous clients. It's very easy to multiply numbers when writing articles like this one!

In conclusion, there are really big agencies and there are small agencies, but most fall into something in between. The number of clients an agency has is an indicator of how successful they are, but it isn't the only factor considered when deciding on a contract award winner. There are so many other factors involved that it's hard to say which agency will win without looking at the specific contracts being competed against.

Do 00 agents really exist?

A 00 (usually pronounced "Double O" and marked in Fleming's books by the letters "OO" rather than the numerals "00") is a field agent who has the authority to murder in the field at his or her discretion in order to fulfill any assignment. They are usually assigned to work with other fields to carry out assassinations, but may also be given full-blown secret missions. The first double 0 agent was Richard Bedward. He was recruited in 1939 by MI5 from his job as an office assistant. In 1940, he was sent on a mission to shoot General Vladimir Kokovkin in neutral Sweden, but missed him. Later that year, while working for the Soviet military intelligence service, GRU, Bedward was captured by Swedish authorities but released after only three months. In 1945, he returned to England where he worked for another two years before being killed in an accident.

Since then, several more double 0 agents have been recruited by British intelligence. The first was Donald Duart Maclean, who was recruited in 1946 by MI6 from his job as a clerk. Maclean had a history of mental illness and was hospitalized twice during his childhood for what his parents described as "nervous problems". After graduating from Edinburgh University with a degree in English literature, he was hired by the British embassy in Tehran where he served as an interpreter. In 1951, Maclean was invited by Russian intelligence to join them as a spy.

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