"Star Wars" actor James Earl Jones is being honored by the United States Military. On Tuesday, the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) took to Twitter to share a photo of the iconic actor on "Star Wars" Day, a celebration of the franchise chosen because the pronunciation of the date "May the fourth" sounds similar to the iconic line "may the force be with you" from the film saga.
Jones famously provided the voice for the evil Darth Vader in various "Star Wars" projects, including "A New Hope," the film that kicked off the long-running franchise.
Since then, he's played the character seven other times, according to IMDb. Alongside the photo of Jones, the ROTC reflected on his prior military service. "Did you know that before James.Read more on foxnews.com