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  • ** ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, MAY 22 ** Retired Marine Gunnery Sgt. R. Lee Ermey takes a break for a smoke outside New River Air Station's Staff NCO club, Monday, May 15, 2006, in Jacksonville, N.C. When people meet Ermey, the first thing they realize is his show-stopping turn as a Marine Corps drill instructor in the movie

    棋牌游戏送彩金38The drill instructor that made "Full Metal Jacket" famous has claimed this year's Battle Bracket crown.

  • It's down to two as we select the greatest on-screen military movie character of all time.

  • The final four entrants in our search for the greatest on-screen fictional military character ever need your vote to compete for the championship.

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    Officer. NCO. Colonial warrior. Sith lord. All bets are off in the semifinals as you choose the greatest military character ever.

  • circa 1980: Sylvester Stallone, star of the Rocky and Rambo films. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

    Star power, and 'Star Wars,' are on display as our search for the greatest on-screen fictional military character continues.

  • 棋牌游戏送彩金38Eight greats remain as we search for the best on-screen fictional military character ever.

  • 142086 02: Jack Nicholson plays Colonel Nathan Jessup in the Rob Reiner film adaptation of the Broadway drama

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Well-known actors in well-known roles could be shown the door as we close in on our top on-screen fictional military character.

  • 棋牌游戏送彩金38The search for the greatest fictional on-screen military character continues.

  • Nobody's safe as Battle Bracket marches on. Not even Chuck Norris.

  • Familiar faces, and some surprises, after early voting — have your say in this year's Battle Bracket.

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