Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website Logo This image is copyrighted 2010, by D. All rights reserved. Used by written permission. Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website
Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website Logo This image is copyrighted 2010, by D. Phillips. All rights reserved. Used by written permission.
To support the Audie Murphy Presidential Medal of Freedom Award, click here

Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook





Comments:
i saw his first movie at the movie house
when i was 7 i believe i was born in 1939
dont know what year his first movie played
he was my hero the most sexiest voice ever
and good looks stars in the 3o's 40's 50's
60's where made of good quility people all of
best stars have died movies today have low morals
bring back the good old days no one will top audie murphy


Added: July 1, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
I never miss his movies when they are on. He is a tribute to all who believe in support the true American hope an dreams past down from our families and our great hero's of the past. :o

Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
Audie Murphy should not be forgotten - a very young man who had overwhelming responsibility before he went into the Army. He never sought glory for himself but proved to be a born leader under war conditions. His life was plagued with we now recognize as PTSD; many other young men from WWI and WWII also suffered the rest of their lives. His life was also cut short at a young age.
He represents a lot of other young men who were brave and also died at a young age - many suffered fatalities that left their loved ones without their veteran because nothing was left of them to send home.
Let's not forget Audie or the other men and women who died in WWII.


Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
My dad was a wwii veteran and i grew up hearing the amazing stories of his valor. He was a true american hero!

Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
As a very long time fan, I don't have many heroes but Audie is on the list and very close to the top.

Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
My grandfather was in WW2, I've always heard
Stories about audie Murphy. First I want to thank Mr. Murphy for his sacrifice and service. And the fact he was able to tell his story in
His own words. Is a blessing to those of us whom were not allowed to ask about the war.
My family and I appreciate those who serve and those who gave all. With the 4th of July holiday coming up, we as Americans owe recognition to every one who has ever served. Again thank you for all you and your family has done to educate the public! :o sincerely Janet Hunter


Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address



Comments:
A great American hero. We need more like him today.

Added: June 26, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
I am an honorably discharged United States Army Veteran, I have resided here in, Cheyenne, WY. since July of 2011. I hope to arrive there in San Antonio, sometime around the first week of September of this year.
My father, deceased 1993, was a born and raised Texan, who was in the Army Air Corp, during WWII, retiring as a Major, from the Air Force in 1961. My youngest son, graduated from West Point Military Academy this summer. I hope not to just visit the American Legion Post 336, when I move there, but also the Audie L. Murphy Memorial, as well. Respectfully, Ms. Rebecca Lee Lewis
United States Army Veteran


Added: June 27, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
Audie Murphy was one of my childhood heroes. I had no idea he was a war hero then. For me he was just the quintessential cowboy. I was honored to serve in the United States Army from August 1968 until November 1989 (a little over 21 years). No one was much interested in what I'd been doing when I came home from Viet Nam in 1971 either. It's sad to see that our most decorated WWII veteran was ignored and forgotten. I'm proud to know that my childhood hero was a fellow team mate in the United States Army. I salute Audie Murphy and am grateful for his example and service.

Added: June 27, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address




Comments:
Military historian family who has a fond interest in preserving the historical past which includes Audie Murphy's historical military career.

Added: June 25, 2016
Delete this entry Reply to entry View IP address
Powered by PHP Guestbook 1.7 from PHP Scripts
 
Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website.
Quick Links
Message Boards
Guestbook
Newsletters
Menu
Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website.
Copyright © 1996, Audie Murphy Research Foundation (AMRF), all rights reserved. Images, likenesses, and the signature of Audie Murphy are trademarked by the AMRF. Photos are provided courtesy of the AMRF and may not be reproduced or copied for commercial purposes without permission of the copyright owner. Photos may be used for educational purposes.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS!