This Biography is about Omar Bradley including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Omar Bradley|
|Real Name||Omar Bradley|
|Nick Name||Omar N. Bradley|
|Famous as||Former U. S. Army General|
|Personal Life of Omar Bradley|
|Born on||12 February 1893|
|Died At Age||88|
|Died on||08 April 1981|
|Place of death||New York City|
|Family Background of Omar Bradley|
|Father||John Smith Bradley|
|Mother||Sarah Elizabeth Hubbard|
|Spouses/Partners||Mary Elizabeth Quayle – Esther Dora Buhler,|
|Education||United States Military Academy – U.S. Army War College,|
|Personal Fact of Omar Bradley|
Omar N. Bradley was a kind and compassionate general, who was a favorite among his soldiers. He is fondly remembered as The Soldier’s General for his unstinting ways and his personality. Just as he graduated from college, he missed out on an opportunity to serve the army during World War I. Knowing that World War II would give his life new meaning and make way for a new path in his life; he decided to join the army, serving for a brief period of time under General George S. Patton, Jr.
He was then promoted to the rank of General Officer and was asked to take command of the United States Army Group; the biggest solo command ever held by an American officer. He was later promoted to 5-star General-of-the-Army and served for a brief period as Army Chief of Staff and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Among other famous war personalities, he also served as the spearhead of the Veterans Administration. In his long and respected tenure, he decreed forty-three divisions and was responsible for nearly 1.3 million men. A brave heart, he is the recipient of many distinguished awards and honors including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Silver Star and the Legion of Merit.