George Smith Patton, Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was an officer in the United States Army best known for his leadership as a general during World War II. He commanded corps and armies in North Africa, Sicily, and the European Theater of Operations. In 1944, Patton assumed command of the U.S. Third Army, which under his leadership advanced farther, captured more enemy prisoners, and liberated more territory in less time than any other army in history.
Gen George Patton in a rather rare occasion of wearing his battle (English style) jacket and no pistol belt. As a general officer, Patton had the liberty to design his own uniforms. He became famous for his stylistic choices. -