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00-Agent

Name

Description

Agent 002

Bill Fairbanks

Assassinated by Francisco Scaramanga, a.k.a. The Man with the Golden Gun, in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1969. In The Living Daylights, another 002 was in the training exercise at Gibraltar, with 004 and 007.

Agent 003

Unknown

Found dead, in Siberia, in A View to a Kill.

Agent 004

Frederick Warder

Accompanied 002 and 007 to Gibraltar in The Living Daylights; murdered by a KGB agent who left a tag on the body that read "Death to Spies" in Russian.

Agent 006

Alec Trevelyan

One of Bond's best friends, he betrayed MI6 and Her Majesty's Government by faking his death in aiding the theft of the secret Soviet satellite, GoldenEye. His motive was avenging his parents, Lienz Cossacks, betrayed to the Communists by the British government after World War II. He also begrudged Bond's not allowing him time to escape unscathed from the Soviet chemical weapons factory they were to destroy in the mission shown in the teaser of GoldenEye.

Agent 008

Unknown

In the films, Agent 008 is mentioned briefly when M threatens to replace Bond on an assignment, e.g. Goldfinger and The Living Daylights.

Agent 009

Unknown

Assassinated by Mischka and Grischka in Octopussy. M sent another 009, in The World Is Not Enough, to assassinate Renard; despite 009's shooting him in the head, Renard lived.

Agent 0011

Unknown

Mentioned briefly in the novel Moonraker as vanishing while on assignment in Singapore.

Agent 0012

Unknown

Although unmentioned on screen, the novelisation of The World Is Not Enough indicates that Bond is investigating 0012's death at the film's start.

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