Morgan Freeman, at the age of 18, joined the US Air Force.
Mr. Freeman served with the U.S. Air Force, 1955-1959. This was the period between the Korean War and Vietnam.
He served in the Army.
Contact the Veterans Administration or the branch of service he served in. You will need his SSN, date of birth, branch of military, dates of service, and where he served.
He served in the Navy for two years.
Most of the Navajo Code Talkers served in the best military branch, The United States Marines. A few served in the Army but not many.
Walt Disney never served in any branch of military because he was underaged at the time, but he did serve in the Red Cross as an ambulance driver.
Yes he served vivaviously in Vietnam.
He was trained as an artillery officer and served in the French Army.
He was in the navy, he served on a PT boat (patrol torpedo) in the pacific theatre
Roughly 8% (12 million of the 150 million) served in some branch of the US military at some time during WW2.
Jackie Robinson was drafted in 1942, and served in the United States Army.
Military Challenge Coins are a military challenge coin depicting rank, medals, area served, branch of armed forces served in, infantry division, airborne division, cavalry division, etc.
Past presidents have served in the Army and the Navy. None, so far, has served in the Air Force, the Marine Corps or the Coast Guard.
Pres. Hayes had served in the U.S. Army, his highest rank attained being Brevet Major General of Volunteers.
Having served in the military I would say "NO!" However, if you're considering a particular branch of service, contact your local recruiter and get the facts first hand.