Note: UEA Secret Service agents would have been equipped with simple, implanted biometric sensors, reporting their current physical state back to their headquarters at any given time. If an agent was in distress their commander would know about it right away, and even a loss of consciousness during a mission would be perceived as a grave threat. This led to a lot of complicated schemes designed to kill the agent after the enemies were long gone. The murder schemes laid out in ancient spy novels actually became more realistic in this era.