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Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943.

[Photo] Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943

"Document everything, leave nothing to chance... because one day, some cockroach will crawl up out of the latrine and deny all this ever happened, God Damn Them." - Gen. George Patton, spoken during visit to Buchenwald.

"Document everything, leave nothing to chance. because one day, some cockroach will crawl up out of the latrine and deny all this ever happened, God Damn Them. George Patton, spoken during visit to Buchenwald.

Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom. - George S. Patton

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George S Patton quote - though i may walk through the valley of the shadow of death, i will fear no evil, for i am the meanest mother effer in the valley

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George Kennedy served under Gen. George Patton as an officer. He portrayed Patton in the 78 movie Brass Target.

George Kennedy ) He enlisted in the Army during World War II & went on to serve 16 years, both in combat as an officer under Gen. George Patton, & in his later years, as an Armed Forces Radio & Television officer.

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General Dwight Eisenhower, General George Patton, 1940's

WORLD WAR II - Supreme Allied Commander General Dwight Eisenhower (left, and General George Patton standing at attention next to each other;

A man must know his destiny. If he does not recognize it, then he is lost. By this I mean once, twice, or at the very most, three times, fate will reach out and tap a man on the shoulder. If he has the imagination, he will turn around and fate will point out to him what fork in the road he should take. If he has the guts, he will take it. - George S. Patton  | Imgur

*Evil Laughter*

LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944

[Photo] LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944

LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Army for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944

This makes me sad. Why can't we just all be friends? Why can't we realize that opinions are just opinions- one is no better than any other one?

Politicians are the lowest form of life on earth, liberal democrats are the lowest form of politicians.

Lt. General George Smith Patton Jr. assumed command of Third Army on January 26, 1944.  Between that date and the end of WWII, just 16 months later, Third Army liberated 81,522 square miles of enemy held territory.

assumed command of Third Army on January Between that date and the end of WWII, just 16 months later, Third Army liberated square miles of enemy held territory.