I could go through the hundred of pictures I’ve got from when I went to the Great General Patton Museum everyday. Can’t wait to go back. It’s surreal to be in the presence of all his history. Within inches of the bomber jacket that kept him warm in the worst winter in Europe in a hundred years 1944-1945, his mobile command center where he planned his attacks on his enemies. His weapons, uniforms, personal letters, even his Cadillac that ended up taking his life. Most thought he’s was a arrogant fly off the handle crazy hateful SOB who cared nothing for his men. But no one was anywhere near his military genius no enemy feared or respected any other General like Patton and no men had more respect or were more proud then the men who served under him. If asked who they served for, it was proudly stated the Third Army or we are Georgie’s boys. He wrote reports knowing japan would attack Pearl Harbor years before it happened, he knew the Cold War was going to start years before it did. He gave #merica the shot of pride we needed to help win a world war. And if asked he said he never won a battle all the boys he trained and served with did. "I measure success by how high you bounce after hitting the bottom" General George S. Patton Jr.