Jet Dream is a freelance agent.
Much of the time her client is the Counter-Intelligence Corps (CIC) run by a former field agent named Martin Brown, a man who well knows the capabilities and, more importantly, the impressive success rate of Dream and her "Stunt Girl Counterspies". This group of highly skilled and capable agents consists of of women who were "Hollywood stunt girls before the bit time espionage bug bit them." Later in the series of adventures they are referred to as "acrobeauts" for their looks and their agilte maneuvers.
Dream and her colleagues far prefer the independent status because it gives them far more flexibility to handle things their own way. They refuse to cease their freelance style because "government red tape would ruin" their "style". Also this allows them to work for whom they want and on those causes they find compelling.
Dream's real first name, if it is not actually Jet, is never revealed nor is very much about her past presented other than the fact that she has worked as one of Hollywood's most sought after stunt women. We know from one comment in an adventure that she was the lead female stunt in several jungle adventures and other vague references point to her success in the movies. How she moved from taking the fall, literally, for actresses in an action flick to fighting enemy spies is never specified.
The team members of Dream's "petticoat brigade" (their words) are:
Cookie Jarr, a beautiful blonde who is a whiz with the radio,
Marlene, a German brunette,
Petite, a short red-haired French lovely, and
Ting-A-Ling, a Polynesian beauty who joins the team shortly after the start of the series.
The secret headquarters for Jet Dream and team is known as "No-Man's Land" and is quite a set-up, complete with a very tall watchtower and obviously enough hangar space to house several fighter planes. While it might be that all the team knew how to fly expertly, it is certain that in addition to Jet Dream, two others were highly gifted pilots.
How much the team charges for their services, or for their stunt work when they are called in for dangerous shots in movies, is unknown but it either is a lot or Jet Dream was independently wealthy because the number of repairs needed to their aircraft is impressive - bad guys are constantly shooting them down.