July 9, 1997-2000 - Commander-in-Chief, U.S. European Command. Responsible for all U.S. military activities in 89 countries and territories covering more than 13 million square miles of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East and involving approximately 109,000 U.S. troops. (CSIS)
July 11, 1997-May 3, 2000 - Supreme Allied commander in Europe and head of all NATO forces, appointment by President Bill Clinton.
1999 - Commands the alliance's military response to the Kosovo crisis - Operation Allied Force.
2000 - Retires from the U.S. military.
2000-present - Senior adviser for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
March 29, 2000 - Is appointed an honorary Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, KCB.
April 8, 2000 - Is awarded France's commander of the Legion of Honor
August 9, 2000 - Receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bill Clinton.
2001 - Publishes a memoir "Waging Modern War: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the Future of Combat."
2003 - Military analyst for CNN during the Iraq War.
2003-present - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic advisory and consulting firm.
2003 - Publishes "Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism, and the American Empire."
September 17, 2003 - Clark announces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president.
October 16, 2003 - Clark releases more than 180 pages of records detailing his 37-year military career. The records include evaluations from the 1970s and 1980s when he was a junior officer rising through the ranks.
October 20, 2003 - Clark announces that he will skip the 2004 Iowa caucuses. "It was just a matter of the time available to and what it takes to organize, not for an election but for a series of caucuses in 99 counties in Iowa," Clark told CNN's Inside Politics. "It was more than we can do in the time available, and I think it's just better to face that directly."
December 15, 2003 - Begins several days of testimony against former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in a U.N. war crimes tribunal at the Hague in the Netherlands.
February 3, 2004 - Clark wins the Oklahoma primary by several hundred votes over John Edwards.
February 11, 2004 - Clark announces he's dropping out of the race.
February 13, 2004 - Clark endorses John Kerry as the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee.
September 2006 - Clark joins UCLA's Burkle Center for International Relations as a Senior Fellow.
September 2007 - Publishes "A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor, and Country."
September 15, 2007 - Clark endorses Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for president.
September-December 2007 - Clark campaigns for Clinton for the Democratic nomination for president.
June 29, 2008 - Appears on "Face the Nation" and openly attacks McCain's war service, "I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president." He also said, "That large squadron in the Navy that he commanded -- that wasn't a wartime squadron." These remarks cause controversy and talk of Clark losing his shot at a vice presidential bid.
October 2008 - Campaigns for presidential candidate Barack Obama in North Carolina.