American general who commanded the U.S. Military in North Africa during Globe Battle II. He graduated in 1910 from Moberly SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, where he previously offered as captain from the football and football groups. His original objective was to review regulation, but he pivoted and embarked upon what would turn into a very long and distinguished armed service profession. His parents had been called Mary Elizabeth Hubbard and John Smith Bradley. He led several million U.S. soldiers against Adolf Hitler during Globe War II.