Join the Army, Harry.
Join the Navy, Dumbledore.
It’s time to be part of a military family.
There are lots of ways to join the Army.
It can be a job, a club, a religion.
And even though there’s no shortage of Army members out there, which Army Captain is the most deserving?
Here are five Army captains who have proven they deserve the Army nickname.
#1: D.B. Watson, Army captain, Air Force This Army captain was an Air Force Captain.
But he’s not the only Army captain who’s done it.
Army captain D. B. Watson served in the Army from 1945 to 1951, the first year he joined the Air Force.
His rank was First Lieutenant, and he commanded a squadron of B-29 bombers.
Watson is best known for his legendary exploits on the infamous raid on the USS Arizona in 1952.
Watson and his men managed to evade capture for over five hours, and managed to get to the enemy ship before being hit by a direct hit.
He was awarded the Silver Star.
Watson also became the first American to be awarded the Medal of Honor.
His exploits earned him the nickname “the Eagle in the Manger.”
Army photo by Staff Sgt. Ryan Farrar Watson (right) with his wife, Ann, and son, John, during his first tour of duty in the Pacific in 1954.
Watson was awarded three Bronze Stars for his exploits on that mission.
Watson’s Air Force Career #2: Paul Leopold, Army Captain, Navy The Navy is the only branch of the U.S. armed forces that does not have a rank, and the Navy is known for being the least efficient.
So the Navy has decided to take on the Army moniker.
The Navy will be called the Army after Paul Leppold, a Navy Captain who served in both the Army and the Army Reserve.
Leppoflood joined the Navy as a Second Lieutenant, then went on to become an airman, and retired as a Naval Academy graduate.
Army photo courtesy Navy photo by Rear Adm.
Paul Leffler, Jr. Leopofloum served as an Air Marshal from 1955 to 1959, where he served with the Air and Marine Forces in Europe.
He also served in World War II and Korea.
Leooflow also earned the Bronze Star for his role in the bombing of an oil tanker in 1945.
Army Photo by Staff Sergeant Ryan F. Farrars Leop oflood is best remembered for his work in the Vietnam War.
His bravery earned him a Silver Star, and earned him an honorary discharge.
He is also the only Navy Captain to receive the Medal for his actions in Vietnam.
Army Medal #3: William D. Smith, Army Lieutenant, Army First Lieutenant General, U.N. Secretary General, Secretary General of the United Nations, Director General of Security, Deputy Secretary of State, U,S.
Ambassador to the United Nation, U.,S.
Trade Representative, and U. S. Secretary of the Treasury William Smith served in various capacities as a General and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, then as Assistant Secretary for Security Affairs, and as Under Secretary of Defence.
He retired as an Army Lieutenant General and served in a number of high-level positions including as Commander of U. N. forces in Africa.
Smith has a long history of serving in leadership positions across the military.
He has served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Commander of the Strategic Command, as the Chairman of NATO, and now as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Assistant to National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications.
Smith is best-known for his leadership of the Iraq War, and for having a role in leading the U,N.
Security Council and the U.,N.
General William Smith (center) and U, N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Secretary- General of NATO.
ArmyPhoto by Staff sergeant Ryan FARRAR Smith, as Chairman and Chief of Staff of the Department of the Army in the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Army General William B. Smith speaks at a Joint Chiefs Meeting.
Armyphoto by Staff.
Sgt. Paul Farr, Army Special Forces Team Leader, speaks at an Army conference.
Army Special Warfare Team Leader Paul F. Barr, Special Forces team leader, is seen in the photo.
Special Forces Special Forces Specialist Paul F Barr, as seen in a photograph, and Army Special Operations Specialist Paul Barr, a photo from his photo album, at the 2012 Annual Army Officers Dinner in San Antonio, Texas.
Army photos by Staff, Sgt. Matthew L. Smith and Paul FARRARS Smith.
#4: Robert G. Kelly, Army Major General, Commander, U S. Central Command, and former Commander, Joint Chiefs, Army One of the most important jobs in the United States is to lead our armed forces.