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Jimmy Stewart was initially rejected for Army service in October 1940 for being under-weight. However, with the help of MGM's personal trainer, he successfully enlisted as a private in the US Army Air Corps in March 1941
Glenn Miller - Navy - World War II Hero, I'll Be Seeing You through Time
John Huston-Army Signal and rose to rank of Major and received the Legion of Merit. (Film Director/Actor) /* son of a Canadian */
John Kennedy was initially turned down for Army service due to chronic lower back problems, but used his father’s influence to join the US Navy in September
Baseball Legend, Jackie Robinson US Army (Served Short Bio: Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player, Social Reformer. Famed baseball player and civil rights advocate who became the first African-American to play in modern major league baseball.
Joe Louis-Army-WW2-Sergeant (Boxing Champ)
The Big Red One - The Dirty Dozen - Lee Marvin - Great actor, Academy Award winner, scout sniper, war hero . wounded in the buttocks during the battle for Guam.
Jonathan Harshman Winters III (born November is an American comedian, actor, and artist. At age Winters quit high school and joined the United States Marine Corps and served two and a half years in the Pacific Theater during World War II.