The National Combat History Archive is a foundation dedicated to preservation of military combat and military related film, photos and personal memoirs. This DVD contains the following segments:"General Marshal" - Perhaps no General in the American Army during WWII had a greater impact on its overall success than General George Marshall. During the War, Marshal oversaw operations in both Europe and the Pacific and designed the plan that would become the Normandy invasion."General Bradley" - General Omar Bradley earned a reputation for being a "Soldier's soldier". While never on the same level of tactical genius as Patton, Bradley's demeanor and ability to work within the fragile framework of the Allied coalition made him indispensable."General Arnold" - General Henry "Hap" Arnold became one of the most important figures in American aviation history. Always a forward thinker, Arnold fought and won the battle against the hierarchies of the army and navy to create an independent Air Force.