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FC: Omar Nealson Bradly

1: Omar was born born in Clark, Missouri, on 12 February 1893. It was said he was a amazing baseball and football player, captain of both teams. He later worked as a boiler maker at the Wabash Railroad.

2: His Sunday school teacher at Central Christian Church told him to take the entrance examination for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York.

3: Omar attended West Point, and graduated in 1915 as part of a class that contained many future generals.There were 59 generals in that graduating class, with Bradley rank of General of the Army.

4: Omar Bradly served in world war 2 as a field commander. In many places such as North Africa, Sicily , Normandy, and the Western Europe Defense.

5: Press Were said to call Omar the "GI 's General " because of his understated personality and his care for the troops.

6: Throughout World War 2 Omar really showed his talents of general! It was not only the press who though he was great but his own soldiers to. Many men called him the "soldiers general". Even when enemies where close Bradley would not leave the troops side he would stand beside them in battle giving advice and boost them up.

7: Before heading overseas Omar commanded and trained both the 82nd and 28th Infantry movements.

8: Sicily | Omar commanded and planned the invasion of Sicily. He had victory and won here.

9: North Africa | When sent here Omar was senior U.S. Army field commander.Also seeking victory Omar won here to .

10: Normandy | Omar led the First army of the united states. He led the U.S. army during D-day and landed on the beaches of Normandy .

11: Overall | Omar served the U.S. in many ways and was defiantly a amazing General, Captain, and lieutenant.

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