Jack Palance (1919-2006) US Army Air Corps. 455th bomb group. Required facial reconstruction from terrible injuries received in 1943 when as a student pilot, he had to bail out of a burning B-24 Liberator bomber during a training flight over Arizona. Previously he was a boxer.
Actor Cpl Clayton Moore US Army Air Force (Served 1943-1945) Short Bio: Best remembered as "The Lone Ranger", Moore served in the US Army Air Forces during World War II and made training films (Target--Invisible, etc.) with the First Motion Picture Unit.
Vietnam - MAC-V-SOG: John Plaster. Major Plaster (born 1949) is a retired US Army Special Forces soldier regarded as one of the leading sniper experts in the world. Author of The Ultimate Sniper: An Advanced Training Manual for Military and Police Snipers, The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting, and Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG, a memoir of his 3 years of service with SOG.
Actor Sgt George Reeves US Army Air Force (Served 1943-1946) Short Bio: In 1943, Reeves landed his first starring role in the box office hit So Proudly We Hail!, in which he played a wounded World War II soldier who falls in love with costar Claudette Colbert. Shortly after the film's release, Reeves put his career on hold to enlist in the army. Joining the Special Theatrical Unit of the U.S. Army Air Corps, he appeared in several training films.