George H. W. Bush (41st President of the United States) Branch: United States Navy - Job: Pilot - Rank: Lt. JG - Unit: VT-51 - Service: WWII Notes: Shot down over the Pacific, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal (3)
Gerald Ford (39th President of the United States) Branch: United States Navy - Job: Antiaircraft Battery Officer - Rank: Commander - Unit: U.S.S. Monterey - Service: WWII Notes: Bronze Star (2), Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with nine engagement stars for operations in the Gilbert Islands, Bismarck Archipelago, Marshall Islands, Asiatic and Pacific carrier raids, Hollandia, Marianas, Western Carolines, Western New Guinea, and the Leyte Operation
Bill Cosby, United States Navy – To think of the famous comedian as a salior is hard enough, let alone to think that he was actually a Navy Corpsman. They are regarded as the toughest doctors in the world. Navy Corpsmen train and live along side Marines.
John F. Kennedy (35th President of the United States) Branch: United States Navy - Job: PT Boat commander - Rank: Lieutenant - Unit: PT 109/59 - Service: WWII - Notes: Navy and Marine Corps Medal, Purple Heart