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Omar Bradley at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, United States, 1911-1915US Military Academy football team, 1912; note Dwight Eisenhower second from left and Omar Bradley second from right
Omar Bradley at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, United States, 1911-1915US Military Academy football team, 1912; note Dwight Eisenhower second from left and Omar Bradley second from right
Group portrait of the United States Military Academy baseball team, West Point, New York, United States, 1914; note Omar Bradley front row third from the left.Lieutenant General Omar Bradley aboard USS Ancon, off Scoglitti, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943
Group portrait of the United States Military Academy baseball team, West Point, New York, United States, 1914; note Omar Bradley front row third from the left.Lieutenant General Omar Bradley aboard USS Ancon, off Scoglitti, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943
Major General Terry de la Mesa and Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Sicily, Italy, 1943Portrait of Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, 1943-1945
Major General Terry de la Mesa and Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Sicily, Italy, 1943Portrait of Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, 1943-1945
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 3 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 4 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 3 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 4 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 5 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 6 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 5 of 7Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 6 of 7
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 7 of 7Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2
Bradley, Ramsay, Tedder, Eisenhower, Montgomery, Leigh-Mallory, and Smith at a SHAEF conference in London, England, United Kingdom, 1 Feb 1944, photo 7 of 7Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2
Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 2 of 2Rear Admiral Alan Kirk, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Rear Admiral Arthur Struble, Major General Hugh Keen, aboard USS Augusta off Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944
Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 2 of 2Rear Admiral Alan Kirk, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Rear Admiral Arthur Struble, Major General Hugh Keen, aboard USS Augusta off Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, MajGen “Cowboy Pete” Corlett (helmet), Gen George Marshall, LtGen Omar Bradley (pointing), and Adm Ernest King visit the guns moved from Pt du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, MajGen “Cowboy Pete” Corlett (helmet), Gen George Marshall, LtGen Omar Bradley (pointing), and Adm Ernest King visit the guns moved from Pt du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
US Army and Navy invasion commanders waiting for the arrival of other flag officers on Omaha Beach, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, the morning of 12 Jun 1944.US generals Omar Bradley, George Marshall, and Henry Arnold at Normandie, France, 12 Jun 1944
US Army and Navy invasion commanders waiting for the arrival of other flag officers on Omaha Beach, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, the morning of 12 Jun 1944.US generals Omar Bradley, George Marshall, and Henry Arnold at Normandie, France, 12 Jun 1944

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