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Clark Gable served in the 8th Airforce and flew on combat missions over Germany

Clark Gable, the King of Hollywood in the 30s, wow! george clooney could play as clark gable someday! they look very simular.

Miami, August 1942 — Newly inducted Corporal Clark Gable “loses his mustache to Uncle Sam,” having been informed upon enrolling in the Army Air Forces Officer Candidate school that regulations forbid anyone less than a first lieutenant to sport a mustache. Gable immediately went to a barber shop, where half of his mustache was shaved off by the barber. Then, “for the benefit of news cameramen,” the former actor finished off the job himself.

Clark Gable, joined the military flying in 5 combat missions following the death of his wife, Carole Lombard, in a plane crash in early 1942.

Clark Gable was the real deal. He stopped doing films for seven years while he fought in WW II.

Clark Gable.... Frankly, my Dear, I DO give a damn. He gave our Scarlet a run for her money. Silly, silly girl.

Remembering my Dad- he & Clark Gable could've been twins. Both handsome with dry humor and charm! Miss you Dad!

Clark Gable - 1931 - What a hamdsome man!

Clark Gable photographed as a captain in the U.S. Army Air Force (ca. October 1943). NOTE: Because of his uniform details and decorations, this is not a still from COMMAND DECISION.

Serviceman Clark Gable in uniform - 1940's