Part IV: Jurassic
From 2002-2004, Masrani builds Jurassic World on Isla Nublar, the site of the original Jurassic Park. In 2004, dinosaurs are moved from Isla Sorna aka Site B to Isla Nublar aka Jurassic World (JW Survival Guide). This occurs without incident and speaks to the professionalism and skill of the ACU.
In 2005 on May 30th, Jurassic World officially opens its doors to the public with massive success. Eight million visitors from 90 different countries flood the park experiencing dinosaurs for the first time. From 2005-2015, the park runs relatively smoothly without major incident (JW Survival Guide). During this period the ACU is tested as minor mishaps occur. Their record is impeccable as they continue to successfully plan for and deal with any contingencies that arise.
Over the next decade, park security improves through continued refinement and practice working with dinosaurs. Security enhancement proceed including adding tracking devices to the more dangerous dinosaurs which will deliver an electric shock when they get too close to a border. This acts as a secondary measures in addition to electric fences. The Asset Containment Unit (ACU) continues to improve their armory adding a M134 mini-gun (Jurassic World).
In 2015, a Pachycephalosaur escapes from containment after head butting their way out of their enclosure. Little did the ACU know, this was the start of their worst day for Jurassic Security Operations ever. Before being put on display the hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex escapes from her enclosure and proceeds to wreak havoc throughout the park. (JW Survival Guide and Jurassic World). The ACU is called out led by Commander Katashi Hamada to recapture the Indominus Rex. The ACU is armed mostly with non-lethal weapons (around five stun sticks and five Taser rifles) but brings two personnel with a UTAS UTS-15 shotgun as a lethal backup. The Indominus Rex successfully removes her tracking device tearing through her own skin. She then proceeds to attack the ACU killing eight members of the team including Commander Hamada before continuing to create a catastrophe across the theme park Jurassic World (Jurassic World).
Despite his status as owner, Simon Masrani takes to the sky flying a helicopter with ACU personnel manning the M134 mini-gun. During this period the Indominus Rex breaks a hole in the Pteranodon aviary, freeing the flying animals which attack Masrani’s helicopter. A Pteronadon kills the door gunner and the co-pilot before causing Masrani to crash (Jurassic World).
With Pteronadon’s and Dimetrdon’s loose, the Jurassic Security responds in force with tranquilizer guns neutralizing many of the flying “dinosaurs” but not before many of the park goes are severely injured or killed. With Simon Masrani dead, Vic Hoskins and the InGen Private Security Division take full control. Hoskin has two goals, one to retake control of the park from the loose dinosaurs and two to validate the possibility of using Velociraptors as military weapons. Velociraptor trainer leads a team of InGen security personnel and Velociraptors mounted with nigh vision cameras and trackers against the Indominus Rex. This time the security personnel are armed with a selection of lethal weapons (Jurassic World).
The Velociraptor mission proves to be successful in tracking and finding the Indominus Rex. Unfortunately, the Velociraptors start following the Indominus Rex instead of attacking it causing the mission to fall apart resulting in the death of one Velociraptor and at least six InGen security personnel. The Indominus Rex is eventually killed thanks to actions of Owen Grady and Claire Dearing, who were assisted by Velociraptors, a Tyrannosaurus Rex and a Mosasaurus (Jurassic World).
During the Jurassic World incident, Dr. Henry Wu escapes from the island with genetic material to continue his research elsewhere. The incident was so disastrous that Jurassic World immediately closes its doors for good. With the park closed and abandoned, the animals are free to roam wild on Isla Nublar (JW Survival Guide).
This biography uses information from the movies, novels and the Jurassic Park expanded universe including comics. When conflicting information occurs, we attempt to reconcile the storyline and adding qualifying words like “allegedly” (as in the case of Robert Muldoon who dies in the movie but survives in the comics and novel). Each paragraph has a link to source material available for purchase. Pictures are screenshots from the Jurassic World movie franchises.