Bradley, West Virginia

Bradley, West Virginia (WV), is a community in Raleigh County named in honor of General Omar Bradley, a field commander in North Africa and Europe during World War II and a General of the Army. A handful of Confederate soldiers were killed in skirmish at Bradley during the Civil War, though little is known of the event or of the soldiers involved. Their remains are thought to  be interred near the site of breastworks nearby.

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 Location

Bradley is located on the US-19 expressway five miles north of Beckley, West Virginia, and two miles south of Mount Hope, West Virginia, and the Bechtel National Scout Reserve. The Bradley area hums with activity during the National Boy Scout Jamboree.

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Regional Information

Bradley is located in the New River Gorge Region of southern West Virginia.

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