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Famous Veterans: Bob Crane

September 3, 2017

From the Military.com website

Prior to becoming a successful actor, Bob Crane held a number of various jobs. Included among them was serving the Connecticut Army National Guard in 1948. He was honorably discharged in 1950.

Soon after separating from the military, Crane’s acting career picked up steam. His career began with broadcasting at WLEA and continued forward with “The Donna Reed Show” in 1963. He landed a variety of roles, arguably most memorable among them was as Col. Robert E. Hogan of “Hogan’s Heroes.”

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