Famous Sailors of the U.S. Navy

or; Great Men of the U.S. Naval Service

This page is dedicated to men that have had a significant impact on
the United States, and history through their lives after the Naval Service.
While one may debate the "Greatness" or "Fame" of these men, the fact remains
that each of them sacrificed a few years of their lives in the
interest of preserving the freedom to debate.

Famous Sailors of the U.S. Navy

  1. Eddie Albert, Actor
  2. Cass Ballenger, U.S. Congressman from North Carolina
  3. Jack Benny, Comedian
  4. Stanley Kirk "MC Hammer" Burrell, Rap Artist
  5. George Bush, Sr., President of the United States
  6. Jimmy Carter, President of the United States
  7. Thad Cochrane, U.S. Senator from Mississippi
  8. John Coltrane, Jazz Saxaphonist
  9. Bill Cosby, Comedian
  10. Tony Curtis, Actor
  11. Kirk Douglas, Actor
  12. Judah Folkman, Famous Surgeon and Cancer Researcher
  13. Henry Fonda, Actor
  14. Gerald R. Ford, President of the United States
  15. Tom Harkin, U.S. Senator from Iowa
  16. Jesse Helms, U.S. Senator from North Carolina
  17. Jim Jeffords, U.S. Senator from Vermont
  18. Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the United States
  19. Robert F. Jones, Outdoorsman and Author
  20. John F. Kennedy, President of the United States
  21. Robert F. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts
  22. John Kerry, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
  23. Richard G. Lugar, U.S. Senator from Indiana
  24. John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona
  25. "Country" Joe McDonald, Singer of "Country Joe and the Fish"
  26. Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States
  27. Alan Shepard, Jr., Astronaut
  28. Bob Smith, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire
  29. Clark Terry, Jazz Trumpeter
  30. Jesse Ventura, Professional Wrestler and Minnesota Governor
  31. John Warner, U.S. Senator from Virginia
  32. Gerald Wilson, Jazz Musician

Have the name of somebody that went on to great pinnacles after time with
the Naval Service? Send me a mail at famousnavy *AT SIGN* famousnavy *DOT* us with their name and what they did.

Copyright 2001-2003 Hal Flynn
Last update: April 29, 2003