You shouldn't neglect legs. If you're training your upper body and not your lower you'll develop severe muscle imbalances and could potentially endure injuries (plus you'll look ridiculous!). Besides, the leg muscles are the largest in the body; why would you not take advantage of the growth hormones released from training them with squats and deadlifts? A program isn't a program without squats and deads. Those two lifts require more muscle, power, and focus than any other.
Also, just to be clear, when you say military press are you talking about in the standing position? I ask because a lot of people post programs with military press but they actually mean shoulder press, which is the seated variation. Military press -- which also includes bringing the DBs/BB down to your shoulders/chest -- is much harder.