Browns Hall of Fame wide receiver, Dante Lavelli, in his Army dress uniform. Lavelli participated in the infamous Battle of the Bulge.
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Browns Hall of Fame tackle, Lou Groza, in his Army uniform. Groza served as a medic during WWII and signed his first contract with the Browns in a foxhole in Okinawa.
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Browns Hall of Fame quarterback, Otto Graham, after being sworn into the United States Coast Guard in 1959. He served as head football coach and athletic director at the Coast Guard Academy. Graham had served in the Navy during WWII.
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Browns Hall of Fame coach, Paul Brown, coaching at the Great Lakes Naval Academy before joining the Browns as their first head coach. Brown coached Hall of Fame running back Marion Motley at Great Lakes where together they invented what is today called the draw play.
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Browns defensive end, Don Steinbrunner in his Air Force uniform. Don was a member of the 1953 team that lost to the Detroit Lions in the NFL Championship game. After an injury ended his football career he joined the Air Force in 1954 and served until his death when his C-123 was shot down on July 20, 1967.
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