Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

The man that can't be moved back.

General "Stonewall" Jackson graduated from West Point like many of the other generals in the the Civil War. Jackson recieved his nickname during the battle of Bull Run because of his bravery and discipline when the confederate lines crumbled and the Union charged. He stood there with no fear, which rallied his troops to continue fighting instead of retreating. Ironically, Jackson was shot by one of his own soldiers at the battle of Chancellorsville. Jackson would need an amputation on his arm, but eight days later Jackson died of pneumonia.