Nick Parker Net Worth
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$16’000’000. *This information was provided by Ernesto, 56 years old. From Tarlton, Ohio
$84’000’000. *This information was provided by Juliane, 41 years old. Job: (Tree-Shear Operator). From Newcastle, Nebraska
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1,75m.**This information was provided by Anselm, 48 years old. Job: (Refinery Operator Helper). From Holy Cross, Alaska.
1,69m.***This information was provided by Sigfrid Edelman, 44 years old. Job: (Sleever). From Wheatcroft, Kentucky.
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84kg.**This information was provided by Godard, 42 years old. From Walthall, Mississippi.
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Nick Parker information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1954-10-13
Profession: Editorial Department, Editor
General Sir Nicholas Ralph Nick Parker Template:Post-nominals (born 1954) is a former British Army officer who served as Commander Land Forces (formerly Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces) until December 2012.As a general officer, Parker served in Northern Ireland as well as in Sierra Leone, Iraq and Afghanistan and in staff roles including governor of Edinburgh Castle, commandant of the Joint Services Command and Staff College and Commander of Regional Forces, a role that also gave him the duties of inspector-general of the Territorial Army. Between 2005 and 2006, Parker served as deputy commanding general of Multi-National Force – Iraq, before appointment to General Officer Commanding, Northern Ireland, in which role he had the responsibility of overseeing the withdrawal of troops from the streets of Northern Ireland for the first time in over thirty years.While on holiday in 2009, Parker and his wife received news that their son, Harry, a captain with The Rifles, had been seriously wounded in Afghanistan. Harry eventually lost both legs as a result of a roadside bomb attack while leading his patrol. Parker later gave interviews about the ordeal the family went through with Harrys injuries, calling the experience foul. Later the same year, Parker himself deployed to Afghanistan on a twelve-month tour, becoming the commander of the British forces in the country and deputy commander of the International Security Assistance Force, second in command to American General Stanley A. McChrystal. In June 2010, McChrystal was relieved of his command of ISAF by President Barack Obama, leaving Parker as acting commander of ISAF for just over a week until General David Petraeus was confirmed as the new commander.