Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. Civil War General
and 18th President of the United States
Director of Special Operations
How He Got This
was chosen as Director of Special Operations because his namesake,
Ulysses S. Grant, proved his unique ability to face uncertain
challenges and succeed in bringing the American Civil War to
Editing "Special Features" for the Hero Clubhouse, overseeing
projects needing special attention and quick response, and filling
in as President of the Hero Clubhouse when Abe is out
of the office on either personal or professional business (after
all, Ulysses was the 18th President of the United States).
would Like to Share with the Hero Clubhouse Members:
When I was born my parents did not give
me a name right away. Soon they decided to name me Hiram Ulysses
Grant. My name was changed to Ulysses Simpson Grant when I attended
West Point because of a paper work mix-up. Regardless of my
name, I was a successful husband, father, friend, and general
because of my perseverance and valiant nature.
What this means to me is: I judge people on who they are as
a person, not what they call themselves, what nationality they
are, what religion they belong to, or what language they speak.
You too can EVALUATE PEOPLE BASED ON THEIR HEART AND KINDNESS!
learn more about Ulysses, go to:
Ulysses S. Grant Bear
Hero Ulysses S. Grant Bookmark