Omar Bradley

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United States general who played an important role in the Allied victory in World War II (1893-1981)

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WHY A vast collection of painstakingly restored, operational WWII planes highlighted by a B-25 bomber that flew in the Doolittle Raid and a beautiful P-38 Lightning fighter that never saw combat * a re-creation of the Quonset hut that the 357th Fighter Group used for preflight briefings in England * the jeep in which General Omar Bradley rode on D-Day
Patton was able to get the Supreme HQ reserve 10 Armoured Division (10 AD) from Gen Omar Bradley for a few days for an attack by XX Corps.
Serving in a variety of jobs, he did not achieve the fame of his West Point classmates Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, George Stratemeyer, and Joseph McNarney.
That was the conception of the M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle, named for World War II General Omar Bradley who played an instrumental role in liberating Europe and defeating Nazi Germany.
General Omar Bradley once remarked in describing leadership qualities, "The greatness of a leader is measured by the achievements of the led.
Omar Bradley, who stated to Congress in 1949: "Large scale amphibious operations will never occur again.
Every morning as I walk to my office at the Pentagon, I pass a corridor that pays tribute to one of our Nation's finest leaders, General Omar Bradley.
In later years he tended to become typecast as a heavy, although his portrayal of Omar Bradley in Patton (1970) was as good as anything.
Among those he has interviewed are legends such as Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, Matthew Ridgway, Carl Spaatz, Jimmy Doolittle, and Curtis LeMay, granting rare insight into their decision making--not only on major issues of war and peace but also on matters they faced as junior and field-grade officers.
Americans had no idea of the scope, timing, or aims of the massive German surprise attack through the Ardennes in December 1944, despite the battle-tested acumen of our two most respected generals, Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley, and British and American intercepts of Wehrmacht messages.
Omar Bradley and the other members of the Joint Chiefs to counter the impact of his split with Gen.
He relates the important job that the Veterans' Administration did in the early years under the often forgotten but strong leadership of General Omar Bradley, and ably retells the story of the G.
Personally, Pelachyk is more an Omar Bradley than a George Patton.
Pershing, whose commitment to discipline of mind and act brought him to a rank equaled only by George Washington, and Omar Bradley, who was the "GI General" and managed to triumph despite direct competition from both Patton and Montgomery.