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Supporting the U.S. Army northern area command's March of Dimes is Private Nick Clooney, brother of singer Rosemary Clooney. He is a disc jockey for the Armed Forces network "Platter Parade," broadcast yearly in support of the campaign to raise funds for the fight against infantile paralysis. January 17, 1956

The records of singers Rosemary and Betty Clooney, always a hit with members of…

John Banner in a 1942 recuiting poster.  Placed in a concentration camp in the early stages of Hitler's campaign against the Jews.  Released, he fled from Austria in 1938, becaming a refugee to the United States, not knowing any English and three dollars in his pocket. His parents were not so lucky and died in one of the camps. For three years (1942-45) he served in the U. S. Army Air Corps.  Best known for his lovable portrayal of Sgt Schultz on Hogan's Heroes.

John Banner (SGT Schultz on Hogan's Heroes)- In he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps, underwent basic training in Atlantic City and became a supply sergeant. He served until

Doc Severinsen served 2 years in the Army during WW2. He is seen visiting with some Army band members.

Doc Severinsen served 2 years in the Army during He is seen visiting with some Army band members. From Arlington, Oregon where his father was the town's dentist.

Movie Stars that fought in World War II - D

Howard Duff was assigned to the US Army Air Force radio service from during WWII.

Dennis Franz in the army during the Vietnam War. c.1968 http://ift.tt/2h32i4b

Dennis Franz in the army during the Vietnam War. c.1968 http://ift.tt/2h32i4b

Movie Stars that fought in World War II - D

Dick Van Dyke During World War II, he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps where he became a radio announcer, later transferring to the Special Services entertaining troops in the Continental United States.

Pat Sajak-Army-Vietnam-Disc Jockey in Saigon (TV Host of Wheel of Fortune)

Pat Sajak-Army-Vietnam-Disc Jockey in Saigon (TV Host of Wheel of Fortune)

Hans Conried-Army 1944-(shown here in a scene from Hogan's Heroes)

Hans Conried-Army here in a scene from Hogan's Heroes)

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