Chris Kyle is one of the deadliest snipers in American Military history. Kyle served a total of four tours of duty with the Navy Seals.
For his bravery, he earned two silver stars and 5 Bronze Stars for Valor. He was shot twice in action and survived 6 IEDs. Wow!
During the Second World War, Henry Fonda enlisted in the US Navy as a seaman and got the first assignment in air combat intelligence.
In his military career, he received a Bronze Star and a Presidential Citation. And before his discharge in 1945, he was awarded the rank of lieutenant.
Long-time news anchor Dan Rather liked to brag about his military service to his colleagues.
Rather said that he joined the marines twice, but records reveal that he joined the US Army reserve during the Korean War and signed up with the marines after he finished college. No record exists of him making it to basic training.
Prince Andrew, brother of King Charles III, is almost all about the military. He was trained to fly the Lynx helicopter and got deployed in the Mediterranean.
He later became a helicopter warfare officer and served on HMS Edinburgh until 1989. He was appointed senior pilot of 815 Naval Air Squadron in 1995. He ended his military career in 2001.
Before stardom struck his acting career, Charles Bronson served as an aircraft gunner in the US Army air forces in 1943.
He flew 25 different missions in B-29 bombers, and he was even wounded in action, which earned him the Purple Heart award. In 1945, he was discharged from the army and started pursuing his acting ambitions.