Tell us if you have served or currently serve in the United States Army.

Tell us if you have served or currently serve in the United States Army.

ROTC: New 2 Year Program 1966 US Army, Reserve Officers' Training Corps: http://youtu.be/6ZGzONTCvA8 #ROTC #Army #military

ROTC: New 2 Year Program 1966 US Army, Reserve Officers' Training Corps: http://youtu.be/6ZGzONTCvA8 #ROTC #Army #military

Actor Russell Johnson, best known as "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island, served in the US Army Air Force during WWII. He flew 44 combat missions as a bombardier in B-25 bombers. In March 1945, he and two other B-25s were shot down in the Philippines. He broke both his ankles and the radioman next to him was killed. Johnson earned a Purple Heart, among other honors. He was honorably discharged and later served in the Army Reserve. He used his GI Bill to fund his acting lessons.

Actor Russell Johnson, best known as "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island, served in the US Army Air Force during WWII. He flew 44 combat missions as a bombardier in B-25 bombers. In March 1945, he and two other B-25s were shot down in the Philippines. He broke both his ankles and the radioman next to him was killed. Johnson earned a Purple Heart, among other honors. He was honorably discharged and later served in the Army Reserve. He used his GI Bill to fund his acting lessons.

Ronald Regan. Served as a second lieutenant in the US Army Reserve; served in the US Army Air Force during World War II, attaining the rank of captain. Was barred from combat because of poor eyesight. Narrated pre-flight training films under the Army Air Forces Motion Picture Unit.@.com

Ronald Regan. Served as a second lieutenant in the US Army Reserve; served in the US Army Air Force during World War II, attaining the rank of captain. Was barred from combat because of poor eyesight. Narrated pre-flight training films under the Army Air Forces Motion Picture Unit.@.com

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