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A rare photo of Captain Ronald Reagan during World War II

A rare photo of Captain Ronald Reagan during World War II. He was disqualified from combat because of poor eyesight. He spent the war making training films.

Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was 40th President of United States (1981–1989). Prior to that, he was 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975), & a radio, film & television actor. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Officers Reserve Corps of the cavalry on May 25, 1937. On January 14, 1943, he was promoted to first lieutenant in Army Air Force.

Trooper Ronald Reagan: The Gipper's US Cavalry Legacy

Ronald Reagen President of the United States) Branch: United States Army Reserves/ Army Air Corps - Job: Cavalry/Motion Picture Unit - Rank: Captain - Unit: - Service: WWII - Notes:

Ronald Reagan with wife Jane Wyman and their daughter Maureen, saying their goodbyes as he prepares to leave for the army.

Ronald Reagan with wife Jane Wyman and their daughter Maureen, saying their goodbyes as he prepares to leave for the army; This picture melts my heart.

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Symonds, presents former President Ronald Reagan's casket flag to former First Lady Nancy Reagan. Ronald Reagan Library-Simi Valley,CA

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Ronald Reagan Would Have Supported Gay Marriage, Daughter Claims

Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan

Pictures & Photos of Ronald Reagan

Ronald Regan looking Dapper (and rather handsome I must say!)

Ronald Wilson Reagan was the President of the United States the Governor of California and prior to that, a.

President Ronald Reagan and George Bush horseback riding at Quantico Marine Corps Base. 7/22/81.

How Well Do You Know Ronald Reagan's Biography?

July 1981 ~ President Ronald Reagan And Vice President George H W Bush HorseBack Riding At Quantico Marine Corps Base

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