If Patton was around today, first he would look the so called President Trump in the eyes, then say you ain't fit to be leader of this fine USA, then call him a draft dodger, and finally slap him in the face in front of all the troops. That's how bad and respected he was and I never served under him.
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Saw it when it premiered on the big screen. I was twelve at the time and it left me with an unquenchable desire to learn everything possible about WW2 and the campaign against the Nazi regime from North Africa to Berlin, and the political mess thereafter. I am an Army veteran but theirs was truly "The Greatest Generation".