General Omar N. Bradley
General of the Army Omar Nelson Bradley was one of the main U.S. Army field commanders in North Africa and Europe during World War II and a General of the Army in the United States Army. He was the last surviving five-star commissioned officer of the United States and the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. These audio clips are part of the Omar N. Bradley Exhibit presented by the US Army Heritage and Education Center. Omar Bradley Exhibit Homepage

 
 
Bradley Addresses the Army War College in 1971

Listen as General of the Army, Omar N. Bradley, addresses the Army War College in 1971 on the lessons of Leadership.

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Bradley Dedication

General Bradley, wife Kitty and COL George S. Pappas, founder of the Military History Research Center, the forerunner of the Military History Institute, tour the Bradley Museum, once located at Upton Hall on Carlisle Barracks.

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Bradley Addresses Nation as Director of the VA

Once a leader of a million man army, Bradley now helms the Department of Veterans Administration, responsible for getting the veterans back on their feet, and out to conquer another world.

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