Chuck Norris Joins Army, Immediately Promoted Chairman Of Joint Chiefs
RYAN, OK — Famed actor and martial artist Chuck Norris announced his intention to enlist in the U.S. Army yesterday. Among a large gathering of family and friends, the 72 year-old Walker, Texas Ranger star said he believed his enlistment would be a "game changer for the military in Afghanistan."
He's already served in the Air Force, from 1958-1962. Now he's decided to take on another challenge and serve the country yet again.
"I really feel like this is a calling," said Norris, "and it's time for me to serve again. The war in Afghanistan has been dragging on. I need to go roundhouse kick some Taliban, punch some bad guys in the nuts, and wrap this thing up."
After making his decision, Norris made his way down to his local recruiting office where he was greeted by recruiter SGT Adam Wentworth.
"I was really starstruck to be honest," said Wentworth. "I couldn't believe I was standing here looking at Chuck Norris, but at the same time, I was afraid that if I said something he didn't like, he…
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