Many celebrities have served in the U.S. military. Take a look at who served in what branch.
Alan Alda (U.S. Army Reserve)
George Carlin (U.S. Air Force)
Bill Cosby (U.S. Navy)
Bob Keeshan, aka Captain Kangaroo (U.S. Marine Corps Reserve)
Clint Eastwood (U.S. Army)
Morgan Freeman (U.S. Air Force)
Gene Hackman (U.S. Marine Corps)
Hugh Hefner (U.S. Army)
Jimi Hendrix (U.S. Army)
Charlton Heston (U.S. Army Air Corps)
Ice-T (U.S. Army Rangers)
George Jones (U.S. Marine Corps)
James Earl Jones (U.S. Army Rangers)
Ed McMahon (U.S. Marine Corps)
Steve McQueen (U.S. Marine Corps)
M.C. Hammer (U.S. Navy)
Mr. T (U.S. Army)
Paul Newman (U.S. Navy)
Eddie Albert (U.S. Navy)
Leonard Nimoy (U.S. Army)
Chuck Norris (U.S. Air Force)
Elvis Presley (U.S. Army)
Rod Serling (U.S. Army paratrooper)
Shaggy (U.S. Marines Corps)
Sinbad (U.S. Air Force)
Jimmy Stewart (U.S. Army Air Corps/Air Force Reserve)
Oliver Stone (U.S. Army)
Montel Williams (U.S. Marine Corps/Navy)
Tony Bennett (U.S. Army)
Humphrey Bogart (U.S. Navy)
Charles Bronson (U.S. Air Force)
Mel Brooks (U.S. Army)
Drew Carey (U.S. Marine Corps)
Johnny Carson (U.S. Navy)
Johnny Cash (U.S. Air Force)
Charles Durning (U.S. Army)
Robert Duvall (U.S. Army)
John Fogerty (U.S. Army Reserve)
Henry Fonda (U.S. Navy)
Dennis Franz (U.S. Army)
Jamey Johnson (U.S. Marine Corps)
Lee Marvin (U.S. Marine Corps)
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