Rainbow Six series

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Members[edit | edit source]

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The following is a list of all the characters in Rainbow that are mentioned in Rainbow Six.

Director
Deputy Director
  • Colonel Alistair Stanley a.k.a. Rainbow Five (UK; ex-SAS)
Executive Secretaries
  • Mrs. Alice Foorgate (UK)
  • Mrs. Helen Montgomery (UK)
Team One
  • Team Leader - Major Peter Covington (UK; SAS)
  • Master Chief Mike Chin (USA; SEALS)
  • Sergeant First Class Fred Franklin (USA; U.S. Army)
  • Mortimer "Sam" Houston (USA; U.S. Army)
Team Two
  • Team Leader - Simulated Major Domingo "Ding" Chavez(USA; ex-U.S. Army Rangers, CIA)
  • Sergeant Major Eddie Price (UK; ex-SAS)
  • Paddy Connolly (UK; SAS)
  • Scott McTyler (UK; SAS)
  • First Sergeant Julio Vega (USA; Delta Force)
  • Feldwebel Dieter Weber (Germany; GSG 9)
  • Sergeant Louis Loiselle (France; DGSE)
  • Sergeant First Class Homer Johnston (USA; Delta)
  • Staff Sergeant George Tomlinson (USA; Delta)
  • Sergeant Hank Patterson (USA; Delta)
  • Sergeant Mike Pierce (USA; Delta)
  • Staff Sergeant Steve Lincoln (UK; SAS)
Team Two Secretary
  • Katherine Moony
Intelligence
  • Doctor Paul Bellow (USA; FBI)
  • Bill Tawney (UK; ex-MI6)
Communications
  • Major Sam Bennet (USA; U.S. Air Force)
Technical Staff
  • David Peled (Israel; Mossad)
  • Tim Noonan (USA; FBI)
MH-60K Night Hawk Pilot
  • Lieutenant Colonel Dan "Bear" Malloy (USA; Marines)
  • Lieutenant Mortimer "Sam" Harrison (USA; U.S. Air Force)
  • Sergeant Jack Nance (UK; Royal Air Force)
Weapons Trainer
  • Colour Sergeant Dave Woods

Games[edit | edit source]

PC games[edit | edit source]

A Korean-only game called Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Take-Down – Missions in Korea was created for the South Korean market by KAMA Digital Entertainment. The game boasted South Korean RAINBOW operatives and weapons with a different story and interface. As of May 2008, it is not available for purchase outside South Korea.

Console games[edit | edit source]

Handheld[edit | edit source]

Mobile[edit | edit source]

  • Rainbow Six: Raven Shield (Mobile)
  • Rainbow Six: Broken Wing (Mobile)
  • Rainbow Six: Urban Crisis (Mobile)
  • Rainbow Six: Vegas (Mobile)

Compilations[edit | edit source]

Rainbow Six Gold Pack[edit | edit source]

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In June of 1999 Red Storm Entertainment released the Rainbow Six Gold Pack. This includes the original Rainbow Six, Eagle Watch, and a Prima strategy guide. This bundle was one of the top 15 best-selling games of 1999.

Rainbow Six Collector's Edition[edit | edit source]

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Rainbow Six Collector's Edition was released on November of 2000 for PC. It contains seven CDs and a comprehensive Prima strategy guide covering all five installments of the Rainbow Six series. One of these seven CDs is a special bonus third Covert Ops Essentials disc

Rogue Spear Platinum Pack[edit | edit source]

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In March of 2001 Red Storm Entertainment released Rogue Spear Platinum Pack for PC. This bundle includes Rogue Spear and Urban Operations.

Counter-Terrorism Classics[edit | edit source]

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On December 2003 Red Storm Entertainment released Counter-Terrorism Classics for the PC. This includes the original Rainbow Six, Rogue Spear, and The Sum of All Fears.

Rainbow Six 3 Gold[edit | edit source]

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On March 9, 2004, Ubisoft released Rainbow Six 3 Gold for PC, an compilation which includes the scenarios from both Raven Shield as well as Athena Sword.

External links[edit | edit source]