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19 professional athletes who have served in the military

You know them from their careers on the field, but you may not have known that they also served in the nation's military.

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We've gathered a list of athletes who you're surely familiar with on their respective playing fields, but also served their country in various branches of the military. Click through below to find some names you may not have expected.

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Bob Feller (C), Cleveland Indians' star pitcher, is sworn into the Navy by Lieutenant Commander Gene Tunney (R), as Chicago recruiting officer Lieutenant David N. Goldenson looks on. Feller got a rating of Chief Boatswain Mate and will assist in the Navy's athletic program.

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American baseball player Ted Williams (1918 - 2002) of the Boston Red Sox serves in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War, circa 1952.

(Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Red Sox outfielder Capt. Ted Williams (left) and Cleveland Indians outfielder Capt. Bob Kennedy, two former opponents in the baseball world, smile together as they team up in the same Marine Corps flying squadron. The two had just returned (above) from Maneuvers in Puerto Rico, where they flew their F-9F Panther Jets in close ground support exercises.

(Photo by Sporting News via Getty Images)

Yogi Berra served in the U.S. Navy during World War II before joining the New York Yankees. 

(Photo via Getty Images)

Whitey Ford, who helped the Yankees win the pennant and World Series in 1950, holds the ball he threw out to start the new season at Yankee Stadium. With Whitey, now a soldier and a brand-new bridegroom, is Mrs. Ford. Vic Raschi, another fair chucker, blanked the Red Sox, 5-0.

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Heavyweight champion Joe Louis, known in Army circles as private Joseph Louis Barrow, is pictured here as he prepared to start training workouts at Fort Dix, N.J. Joe meets big Abe Simon at Madison Square Garden March 27th in defense of his title for benefit of the Army emergency fund.

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San Francisco Giants player Willie Mays being sworn in for the military.

(Photo by Rogers Photo Archive/Getty images.)

Ahmard Hall #45 of the Tennessee Titans, a former Marine Corps veteran, runs onto the field carrying an American flag before the NFL game against the Baltimore Ravens on November 12, 2006 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee.

(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Two-time NBA champion David Robinson attended the Naval Academy and was commissioned in the Naval Reserves for two years. 

(Photo via REUTERS/Brian Snyder)

Nolan Ryan put service in with the Army Reserve in 1967.

(Photo by Rich Pilling/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

 1917 photo shows Ty Cobb as a Captain in the U.S. Army.

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Mike Anderson, who was named Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2000 with the Denver Broncos, spent four years in the Marine Corps after high school. 

(Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

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