- Alain DuBarry joins the Gendarmerie Nationale in 1990 as an officer in their computer crime division.
- John Clark works primarily in Japan and the Middle East.
- Genedy Filatov resigns from "Alfa" in response to that organization's ambiguous response to the failed Soviet coup.
- Genedy Filatov becomes the director of operations for a private security firm, 1991–96.
- Karl Haider joins the regular Austrian army.
- Catherine Winston earns a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from Stanford University.
- Timothy Hanley has one tour of duty with the Australian Intelligence Corp (AustInt), 1993–96.
- The Orca's Smile is purchased by the Capricon Corporation.
- The Petromech tanker Edmund banks becomes wreckd off the shore of the Orkney Islands.
- Alain DuBarry is instrumental in thwarting a 1994 attempt by a group of Algerian nationals to bring down the French Minitel computer network using a virus spread by telephone switching software.
- Santiago Arnavisca serves as a brigade commander 1994–96 in the Western European Union (WEU) administration of Mostar in Bosnia where he was instrumental in rebuilding the local police force.
- Esztergom Dam becomes the target of protests by environmentalists.
- Ding Chavez earns a B.S. in Political Science from George Mason University.
- Catherine Winston is awarded a MacArthur fellowship.
- Alain DuBarry is recruited by the Groupe d'intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale (GIGN), France's elite counter-terrorist unit, as a specialist in telephony and surveillance.
- Karl Haider is transferred to Gendarmerieeinsatzkommando Cobra (GEK Cobra).
- Catherine Winston is employed by Horizon Corporation in their advanced research group.
- Worldpark opens its gates.
- Andrew Burke has a second tour of duty with British Special Air Service (SAS), 1996–1999.
- Genedy Filatov returns to "Alfa" during its restructuring under the Russian Federal Security Service.
- Santiago Arnavisca is recruited by the Guardia Civil's counter-terrorism unit, the Unidad Especial de Intervención (UEI) as part of their focus on the growing threat of terrorist action within the European Union by former citizens of Yugoslavia.
- Roland Kunst attends University of Amsterdam, 1997–99.
- Inception of Rainforest 2000 Project, U.S. initiative to encourage investment in the Amazon Basin.
- Karl Haider participates in GEK Cobra raid on Deissenmayr GmbH headquarters in Vienna and was credited with single-handedly saving the lines of seven hostages.
- Andrew Burke is awarded the Military Cross.
- Karl Haider is married.
- Ding Chavez earns a M.A. in International Relations from George Mason University.
- Rainbow is formed to combat the rise of terrorist "free agents" following the collapse of the former Soviet Union.
- An epidemic decimates the local cattle population in the Congo, causing violence between the Hutus and Tutsis.
- Catherine Winston discovers Ebola Brahma in the cattle population of West Africa.
- Roland Kunst drops out of school in October after previously being active with the student branch of De Groenen, the Dutch Green Party.