A little history was re-written to bring James Bond's service record up to date ahead of his promotion in the 21st film Casino Royale ...

James Bond's Dossier - Service Record
17th May 2007

Commander Bond’s service with the MI6 has been marked by moments of exemplary but risky bravado. While performing his duties with great zeal, Cmd. Bond has often taken it upon himself to expand upon his orders, and, on more than one occasion, to violate them outright. Despite the fact that these occasions have been seen by some as successes, this lack of discipline has been noted within the Black Ops section. That said, I personally would much rather have him as a part of the MI6 than not.

Service Record

Training. London:
Commander Bond completed all orientation and MI6 Covert Operations training in eight weeks. He received exceptionally high marks for physical endurance, logic, and Psychological Ops exercises.

British Embassy staff, Kingston, Jamaica:
Duties included: translations of Haitian, French and Dutch West Indies communiqués, interdiction efforts with gun and drug smuggling between Kingston and London (resulting in a letter of commendation from his superior, Charles DaSilva), and four days Black Ops recce into Cuba, penetrating military compounds.

British Embassy, Senior Advisor, Rome:
Bond was promoted to Ops Specialist simultaneous with this posting. Although based nominally in Rome, his duties took him to Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, France, Spain, China and the United States. He worked back-channel sources to aid in solving a minor crisis between the U.S. and China. Bond worked with his former Special Forces Unit to penetrate and gain intelligence on Iraqi military and suspected unconventional weapons instillations in late-2002 and early-2003. As per orders of the Foreign Office, all copies of his report have been destroyed.

MI6 HQ, London
Bond continued to work as a Mission Specialist (re: Black Ops) in such locations as Cuba, the United States, Austria, Spain, Russia, the Ukraine, Uzbekistan, the Sudan, and the UAE.

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