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Nickname(s)  "Quicky"
Allegiance  Netherlands
Name  Dick Berlijn
Rank  General
Years of service  1973-2008

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Born  March 18, 1950 (age 65) Amsterdam (1950-03-18)
Commands held  Chief of the Netherlands Defence Staff
Battles/wars  UNIFIL, Operation Deny Flight, ISAF, War in Afghanistan
Education  Koninklijke Militaire Academie
Service/branch  Royal Netherlands Air Force
Awards  Legion of Merit, NATO Medal, Order of Orange-Nassau, Legion of Honour
Battles and wars  United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon

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General Dick Lodewijk Berlijn (born March 18, 1950 in Amsterdam) is a retired Royal Netherlands Air Force four-star general, who served as Chief of Defence of the Netherlands (Chief of the Netherlands Defence Staff) from 2004, when he succeeded Lt. Adm. Luuk Kroon, until 2008, when he was succeeded by Gen. Peter van Uhm. In 2005, the post was renamed from Chef-Defensiestaf to Commandant der Strijdkrachten ("Commander of the Armed Forces") following a reorganisation, but the term "Chief of Defence Staff" is still the one usually used in English translations. His office saw Dutch military presence in Uruzgan with ISAF, as well as naval contributions to the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, among other interventions. He has been awarded with the Légion d'honneur and the Legion of merit, and the Order of Orange-Nassau, all in the degree of commander, and the Order of Orange-Nassau with swords. Berlijn graduated from the Koninklijke Militaire Academie in 1973.

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