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Here are just a few famous celebrities who were also passionate about their country, talented in their areas of expertise and honorable men and women.

James Stewart

Brigadier General in the United States Army Air Forces
"Born James Maitland Stewart May 20, 1908 Indiana, Pennsylvania, U.S. Died July 2, 1997 (aged 89) Beverly Hills, California, U.S. Cause of death Blood clot in the lung Resting place Forest Lawn, Glendale, California Other names Jimmy Stewart Education Mercersburg Academy Alma mater Princeton University (1932) Occupation Actor Years active 1932–1991 Home town Indiana, Pennsylvania Spouse(s) Gloria Hatrick McLean (1949–94) Children 4 children (including 2 adopted stepchildren) Awards Lifetime Achievement Award (among others) Military career Allegiance United States of America Service/branch US Army Air Corps Hap Arnold Wings.svg United States Army Air Forces Air Force Reserve Command.png United States Air Force Reserve Years of service 1941–1968 Rank US-O7 insignia.svg Brigadier General United States Unit 445th Bombardment Group 453rd Bombardment Group Eighth Air Force Strategic Air Command Commands held 703rd Bombardment Squadron Dobbins Air Force Base Battles/wars World War II Vietnam War Awards Air Force Distinguished Service Medal Distinguished Flying Cross (2) Air Medal (4) Army Commendation Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal Presidential Medal of Freedom French Croix de Guerre with Palm"

Audie L. Murphy

First Lieutenant in the United States Army
"Born June 20, 1925 Kingston, Hunt County, Texas, U.S. Died May 28, 1971 (aged 45) Brush Mountain Catawba Near Roanoke, VA, U.S. Buried at Arlington National Cemetery Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army United States Army National Guard Years of service 1942–45 (U.S. Army) 1950–66 (Texas National Guard) Rank First Lieutenant (USA) Major (TNG) Unit 15th Infantry Regiment 3rd Infantry Division (USA) 36th Infantry Division (TNG) Battles/wars World War II Tunisia Sicily Naples-Foggia Anzio Rome-Arno Southern France Ardennes-Alsace Rhineland Central Europe Awards Medal of Honor ribbon.svg Medal of Honor Distinguished Service Cross ribbon.svg Distinguished Service Cross Silver Star ribbon.svg Silver Star (2) Legion of Merit ribbon.svg Legion of Merit Bronze Star ribbon.svg Bronze Star (2) (1 "V") Purple Heart BAR.svg Purple Heart (3) Army Good Conduct ribbon.svg Good Conduct Presidential Unit Citation ribbon.svg Presidential Unit Citation (2) American Campaign Medal ribbon.svg American Campaign European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign ribbon.svg EAM World War II Victory Medal ribbon.svg WWII Victory Army of Occupation ribbon.svg Army of Occupation w/Germany clasp Legion Honneur Chevalier ribbon.svg French Legion of Honor Croix de guerre 1939-1945 with palm (France) - ribbon bar.png French Croix de Guerre (3) BEL Croix de Guerre 1944 ribbon.svg Belgian Croix de Guerre Combat Infantry Badge.svg Combat Infantryman Badge Markesman Weapons Qual Badge.png Marksman Badge with Rifle Component Bar ArmyQualExpert.JPG Expert Badge with Bayonet Component Bar UArmy Outstanding Civilian Service Medal Ribbon.jpg Outstanding Civilian Service Medal Texas Legislative Medal of Honor Ribbon.svg Texas Legislative Medal of Honor Other work Actor; songwriter"

Christian Frank Schilt

General in the United States Marine Corps
"Born March 19, 1895 Richland County, Illinois Died January 8, 1987 (aged 91) Norfolk, Virginia Place of burial Arlington National Cemetery Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Marine Corps Years of service 1917-1957 Rank General Commands held MCAS Cherry Point 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Aviation Battles/wars World War I Occupation of Haiti Occupation of Nicaragua World War II Korean War Awards Medal of Honor Distinguished Service Medal Legion of Merit Distinguished Flying Cross (2) Bronze Star"

Neil Armstrong

Man in Space Soonest in the United States Air Force
"NASA Astronaut Nationality American Status Deceased Born August 5, 1930 Wapakoneta, Ohio, U.S. Died August 25, 2012 (aged 82) Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Other names Neil Alden Armstrong Previous occupation Naval aviator, test pilot Time in space 8 days, 14 hours, 12 minutes, and 30 seconds Selection 1958 USAF Man In Space Soonest 1960 USAF Dyna-Soar 1962 NASA Group 2 Total EVAs 1 Total EVA time 2 hours 31 minutes Missions Gemini 8, Apollo 11 Mission insignia Ge08Patch orig.png Apollo 11 insignia.png Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom Congressional Space Medal of Honor"

Dwight D. Eisenhower

General in the United States Army
"34th President of the United States In office January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961 Vice President Richard Nixon Preceded by Harry S. Truman Succeeded by John F. Kennedy 1st Supreme Allied Commander Europe In office April 2, 1951 – May 30, 1952 President Harry S. Truman Deputy Arthur Tedder Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Matthew Ridgway 16th Chief of Staff of the Army In office November 19, 1945 – February 6, 1948 President Harry S. Truman Deputy J. Lawton Collins Preceded by George Marshall Succeeded by Omar Bradley 1st Governor of the American Zone of Occupied Germany In office May 8, 1945 – November 10, 1945 President Harry S. Truman Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Joseph T. McNarney 13th President of Columbia University In office 1948–1953 Preceded by Nicholas Murray Butler Succeeded by Grayson Kirk Personal details Born David Dwight Eisenhower October 14, 1890 Denison, Texas, U.S. Died March 28, 1969 (aged 78) Walter Reed General Hospital Washington, D.C., U.S. Resting place Eisenhower Presidential Center Abilene, Kansas, U.S. Political party Republican Spouse(s) Mamie Geneva Doud Children Doud Eisenhower John Eisenhower Alma mater U.S. Military Academy Profession Army officer Religion Presbyterianism Signature Cursive signature in ink Military service Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1915–1953 1961–1969[1] Rank US-O11 insignia.svg General of the Army Battles/wars World War II Awards Army Distinguished Service Medal (5) Navy Distinguished Service Medal Legion of Merit Order of the Southern Cross Order of the Bath Order of Merit Legion of Honor"

George S. Patton

General in the United States Army
"Birth name George Smith Patton, Jr. Nickname Bandito Old Blood and Guts The Old Man Born November 11, 1885 San Gabriel, California Died December 21, 1945 (aged 60) Heidelberg, Germany Place of burial American Cemetery and Memorial, Luxembourg City (49°36′42″N 06°11′08″E) Allegiance United States Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1909–1945 Rank US-O10 insignia.svg General Commands held 304th Tank Brigade 3rd Squadron, 3d Cavalry 5th Cavalry Regiment 3d Cavalry Regiment 2nd Brigade, 2nd Armored Division 2nd Armored Division I Armored Corps Desert Training Center II Corps Seventh United States Army Third United States Army Fifteenth United States Army Battles/wars Mexican Revolution Battle of San Miguelito World War I Saint Mihiel Campaign Meuse-Argonne Campaign World War II Algeria-French Morocco Campaign Tunisia Campaign Sicily Campaign Lorraine Campaign Ardennes Campaign Rhineland Campaign Central Europe Campaign Awards Distinguished Service Cross ribbon.svg Distinguished Service Cross (2) Distinguished Service Medal ribbon.svg Distinguished Service Medal (3) Silver Star ribbon.svg Silver Star (2) Legion of Merit ribbon.svg Legion of Merit Bronze Star ribbon.svg Bronze Star Purple Heart BAR.svg Purple Heart Officer Ordre de Leopold.png Order of Leopold (Grand Officer) BEL Croix de Guerre 1944 ribbon.svg Belgian Croix de guerre (Palm) Order of the White Lion.svg Order of the White Lion Czechoslovak War Cross 1939-1945 Bar.png Czechoslovak War Cross Legion Honneur Commandeur ribbon.svg Legion of Honour (Commander) Croix de Guerre 1939-1945 ribbon.svg Croix de guerre LUX Order of Adolphe Nassau Grand Cross BAR.png Order of Adolphe of Nassau (Grand Cross) LUX Croix de Guerre ribbon.svg Luxembourg War Cross MAR Order of the Ouissam Alaouite - Grand Cross (1913-1956) BAR.png Order of Ouissam Alaouite (Grand Cross) Order kutuzov1 rib.png Order of Kutuzov (1st Class) Order of the Bath UK ribbon.png Order of the Bath (Companion) Order BritEmp rib.png Order of the British Empire (Knight Commander) Relations Major General George Patton IV (son) General John K. Waters (Son in law)"

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