http://www.military.com/ResourceContent/?file=lpm_fd.htm you'll need to sign up but the sign up is basicly nothing, it doesn't go into detail or anything. This is mine Based on your answers, your profile matches... Omar Bradley! Biography: Born in Clark, Missouri, Omar Bradley was the son of a schoolteacher. He attended West Point and rose through the ranks in the period between World War I and World War II. Bradley reached the apex of his career in World War II and the years immediately following. Bradley succeeded George Patton as commander of the II Corps in 1943 and led it in the Tunisia and Sicily campaigns. He commanded the 1st Army in the Normandy landings on June 6, 1944. On August 1 he assumed command of the 12th Army Group, the largest field command in US history. After the war, he became head of the Veterans Administration. He then became army chief of staff, and in 1949 he became the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Leadership Attributes: Personally, Bradley was self-effacing and quiet. He was often overshadowed by the more flamboyant Patton and MacArthur which suited Bradley just fine. But he was innovative in his conception of war. He admired William Tecumseh Sherman, and thought he was a master of battle movements. In fact, he thought Sherman was more important than the commanders of battle units in World War I.