Omar Nelson Bradley KCB (1893–1981) a United States Army General, serving in North Africa and Europe during World War II. He was the last surviving five-star commissioned officer of the United States. He was the first officer assigned to the post of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The Race's fleet arrived in 1942. Bradley was one of the key U.S. generals responsible for successfully defending American soil. In Winter, 1942, he and General Patton launched a successful counter-offensive against the Race after its successful attack on Chicago, the first the U.S. had been able to launch. The planned encirclement succeeded, preventing the Race from advancing beyond Chicago.
In 1944, Bradley and General Leslie Groves oversaw the defense of Denver, the city that housed the U.S.'s vitally important atomic bomb program. The battle was fought just outside the city. When the U.S. deployed a atomic bomb against the invaders, the offensive was halted, and the city saved.