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Walter Matthau-Army Air Forces-8th Air Force as a B-24 Liberator radioman-gunner-staff sergeant, awarded 6 battle stars (Actor)

Walter Matthau-Army Air Forces-8th Air Force as a B-24 Liberator radioman-gunner-staff sergeant, awarded 6 battle stars (Actor)

So True.

So True.

Tom Landry-Army Air Corps-WW2-2nd Lt.-8th Air Force (Coach for Giants, Dallas Cowboys, played for Yankees and Giants)

Tom Landry-Army Air Corps-WW2-2nd Lt.-8th Air Force (Coach for Giants, Dallas Cowboys, played for Yankees and Giants)

1918 ~ American soldiers paying tribute to all the horses that lost their life in World War I.

Soldatenfotografie in den USA: Posing der Patrioten - SPIEGEL ONLINE on imgfave

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Marty Robbins-Navy-WW2-served on LCT Cowswain during Solomon Islands.( singer)

Marty Robbins-Navy-WW2-served on LCT Cowswain during Solomon Islands.( singer)

Nancy Kulp-Naval Reserve-WW2-WAVES-1944-46 American Campaign Metal, National Defense Metal , Good Conduct Medal (Actress)

Nancy Kulp-Naval Reserve-WW2-WAVES-1944-46 American Campaign Metal, National Defense Metal , Good Conduct Medal (Actress)

A TOP PIN! - Staff Sergeant Bea Arthur, United States Marine Corps, 1943 – 1945  While the Marine Corps might seem an unlikely place for a future Golden Girl, Bea Arthur apparently served in the Corps for 30 months as a truck driver and typist. She was one of the initial recruits to the Women’s Reserve and rose TO the rank of Staff Sergeant during her World War II service.

12 Celebrities Who Served in the Military. #8 Blew My Mind.

12. Sergeant Leonard Nimoy, United States Army Reserve, 1953 - 1955 Before he put on the iconic Starfleet uniform and served on the USS Enterprise, the man who would later become known as Spock served in the United States Army Reserve for 18 months. Rising to the rank of Sergeant, Nimoy was part

A military photo of Audie Murphy The most decorated soilder in WWII. His story was told in  the movie To Hell and Back in which he Starred in playing himself.

A military photo of Audie Murphy The most decorated soilder in WWII. His story was told in the movie To Hell and Back in which he Starred in playing himself.

Patrick Wayne (born Patrick John Morrison;  July 15, 1939) is an American actor, the second son of movie star John Wayne. He enlisted in the United States Coast Guard in 1961, serving for four years.

Patrick Wayne (born Patrick John Morrison; July 15, 1939) is an American actor, the second son of movie star John Wayne. He enlisted in the United States Coast Guard in 1961, serving for four years.

Ken Berry-Army-1950-Artillery Division for a year then Special Services Unit

Ken Berry-Army-1950-Artillery Division for a year then Special Services Unit

Eli Wallach-Army-staff Sergeant in a military hospital-2nd Lt.- in Casablanca and later France-also put on shows for servicemen, shown playing Hitler in a play (Actor)

Eli Wallach-Army-staff Sergeant in a military hospital-2nd Lt.- in Casablanca and later France-also put on shows for servicemen, shown playing Hitler in a play (Actor)

Dan Blocker (December 10, 1928 – May 13, 1972) was drafted into the United States Army during the Korean War. He served as an Infantry sergeant in F Company, 2nd Battalion, 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th infantry Division in Korea, December 1951 to August 1952. He received a Purple Heart for wounds in combat

Dan Blocker (December 10, 1928 – May 13, 1972) was drafted into the United States Army during the Korean War. He served as an Infantry sergeant in F Company, 2nd Battalion, 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th infantry Division in Korea, December 1951 to August 1952. He received a Purple Heart for wounds in combat