Ralph Peters (1952) a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel received recognition for a range of popular publications. Peters became a popular author and accepted a position as a Fox News analyst. He resigned in 2018. Peters wrote a range of novels using the pen name Owen Parry. One of his books named Honor’s Kingdom received the Hammett Award. He won the W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction. Peters descended from a German origin on his father’s side and Welsh on his mother’s. He joined the U.S. Army in 1976 after he completed his studies at Pennsylvania State University.
After ending an assignment in Germany, he joined the Officer Candidate School and served the 1st Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment. Many years Peters worked in military intelligence. His first book received the name Bravo Romeo (1981) and his novels adopted terrorism type scenes. Other books Peters published included The War After Armageddon (2009), Red Army (1989), The Damned of Petersburg (2016), The War in 2020 (1991) and others.
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