He was a farmer’s son from Kansas. He loved sports more than academics. He went to West Point and played football until he had a major knee injury. He was noticed by several generals in positions of power because of a knack for logistics on the battlefield and preparations in general. Between the World Wars, he served all over the world. General George Marshall insisted to President Roosevelt that Eisenhower be in charge at D-Day and that day was incredibly successful. He became our 34 th President. His stories tell of preparation and diligence and dedication to a cause. Come and hear of this amazing patriot.