President James Miller was the 47th President of the United States and the Commander in Chief during the War. Miller was the first President granted the new Emergency Presidential Powers; the ability to stay in office as long as the war lasts and how long Congress is willing to except the costs that are made by the Administration's military activities. Throughout the war, Miller was forced to make some of the most crucial decisions of the war including the launching of Nuclear missiles throughout Russia and China. Miller authorized the upgrade and overhaul of the US military might. Thanks to Miller, the US's industrial might returns after many years of dependence on foreign markets from nations in Europe, Asia, and Central America.