He was one of America's greatest commanders, a warrior so tough and determined that he helped win World War II with a simple promise: "I shall return." Douglas MacArthur was a soldier's soldier the son of an officer, the star of West Point, the Army's youngest-ever full general. He was already a retired hero when he was recalled in 1941 to face his biggest challenge defending an unprepared Pacific force against a seemingly unstoppable Japanese war machine. With rare footage and interviews with comrades, family and friends, the complete story of this complex general comes alive. Trace his life from his army brat childhood and his magnificent stand in the Philippines to his later forays into presidential politics. Get to know MacArthur as he faces the Japanese in WWII, fights his own rogue war in Korea and, finally, ends his military career by going head-to-head with an angry Harry Truman. It's a revealing look at the old soldier who wouldn't fade away and remains a hero to millions of ...