Actor Gary Sinise is seen at his Walk of Fame Star ceremony in Hollywood, California, April 17,2017.
AFP / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Oscar-nominated actor and longtime armed forces champion Gary Sinise was honored Monday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a markedly military ceremony.Sinise received a best supporting actor Oscar nomination in 1995 for his portrayal of disabled, emotionally tortured platoon leader Lt.On television he is best known as Detective Mac Taylor in all 197 episodes of the 2004-13 CBS police procedural "CSI: NY" and currently stars in the network's "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders".He won a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award for his role as U.S. President Harry S. Truman in HBO movie "Truman" and an Emmy two years later for TNT's "George Wallace," a biopic of the segregationist Alabama governor. Robin Rand, a four-star general with the U.S. Air Force who has known Sinise since 2004, described his friend as a "tiger in battle" who is always "just there for us, quietly and without fanfare".
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