The 66 years' old Ralph Peters had been an analyst for the Fox News but, after his crude language stating that the then-American President Barrack Obama was such a total p@#sy. This created a global outcry, and the News channel had to suspend him until further notice. Well, Ralph's life is full of such controversies, but even though, he has been able to earn a huge amount in his lifetime. If you want to know about his total earnings, then keep on scrolling.
The retired US Army lieutenant colonel, Ralph Peters's net worth is around $1 million but, some tabloids also suggest that he has more than the reported. While most of his earnings are from his career in the US Army, he also earns a lot from his work as an analyst and an author.
Ralph got into the Army when he was 24 years' old in 1976. Since then, he has been serving with the 1st Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment. He has also worked as a Foreign Area Officer.
He later retired in 1998 when he was a lieutenant colonel. According to our calculations, an army officer of that post earns about $85,000 to $150,000. Also, as he is a retired army, he earns a total of $7,000 per month and $84,000 a year through his retirement pay.
We have already stated that he was also a part of the Fox News Channel. He worked there as a political analyst. As per our reports, an average analyst earns around $50,000 per year. So, he must have earned a lot in his career as an analyst. In the March of 2018, he left his role on the Fox News stating that he was ashamed of the Fox News as according to him, they were assaulting the citizen's constitutional order and the rule of law.
Apart from being a retired US Army and a political analyst, Ralph Peter is also a writer. Before coming out of the shed, he was writing his books with the pen Owen Parry. His books usually talk about spy thrillers, political novels, and non-fiction. His first book was in 1981 when he wrote Bravo Romeo.
Later, he has written as much as nine non-fiction books, such as Lines of Fire: A Renegade Writes on Strategy, Intelligence and Security, Endless War, and New Glory: Expanding America's Global Supremacy. All of his non-fiction books are at a price range of $15 to $25.
He has also authored a lot of novels such as Hell of Richmond, Faded Coat of Blue, The Rebels of Babylon: a Novel, The Damned of Petersburg, and Honor's Kingdom. All of these books are available at the US market at a price of no more than $25.
This sums up the earnings of the husband of the deputy editor of Government Executive Media Group, Katherine McIntire, Ralph Peters.