Over the years, the United States has produced many remarkable generals and admirals, but only a few have stood out as world-class strategists and leaders of troops. As Veterans Day approaches on November 11, let’s remember and celebrate them. Here is my list of America’s finest 11 commanders.
Douglas MacArthur, 1880 – 1964 (World War I, World War II, Korea)
Mercurial, paranoid, and petty, yet brilliant, and visionary, his was a personality that loomed large in a time filled with big personalities. But for all his arrogance, swagger, and showmanship, with his trademark corncob pipe, gaudily braided cap, and dark sunglasses, MacArthur was adroit at producing victories.
<img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-651485" class="wp-image-651485 size-large" src="https://dailytruthreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/GettyImages-2717000-464×576-1.jpg" alt="Headshot of American military leader General Douglas MacArthur (1880 – 1964), wearing a military uniform and