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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: Carrie Surface
Name: Melvin & Marie Kellogg
He definately was a hero. Am sure the Marines & Paratroopers regret turning him down. He sure accomplished a lot in his very short life.
If he was still alive today, who do you think he would vote for in this election? We need to keep our hero's memories alive. We salute all our heros. Past & present. Good to see this website. Let our leaders rebuild our military the way it needs to be. We need to take care of our vets.
Give honor where honor is due.
Added: September 17, 2016
Name: Jimmy N Wright
From: Denver Colorado
Name: Paula Bush
From: Panama city, Florida
Name: ROBERT DAY
Name: Michael Gallagher
From: Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey
My father, a WWII Navy veteran, and I would watch war films together on Sunday mornings. After watching a John Wayne movie, I commented that the movie was great but my father commented that I should read a story about a real hero, written by a real hero .. Audie Murphy. From that day on I could only enjoy true stories about our fighting men.
I happened to find this guestbook and was struck by the deeds by a 19 year old boy as compared to a number of football players able to protest against the national anthem. Audie was the true hero, a tangible reminder of the men and women who gave their lives in the defense of their country so malcontents can moan about their inequities in life. May we never forget the gift of the freedom given us by the few.
Added: September 15, 2016
Name: ken campbell
From: midway, british columbia, canada
Name: Stanley W Carlson
Name: William Charles Wright
From: Menifee CA, St. Loin is MO, Orange County CA, NYC, NY,, MontrealPQ Canada, London UK, Regina Sask Canada
My current home city, Menifee, California, where Audie Murphy had a country home in the area called Quail Valley, now has a new residential community called "Audie Murphy Ranch." People know and remember him here now and will in the future.
I also was on a Viking River cruise along the Rhine River that had a special WWII well guided tour of the Little Battle of the Buldge area. It featured us getting off the bus to visit the exact site where Audie made his "last man stand" to cover his troopers make a temporary retreat. They waited for reinforcements to came to finally push the Natzi army back across the a Neumegan (sp?) Bridge into Germany - the last crossing remaining over the Rhine.
Also remember William Stephenson - The Man called Intrepid.
Enjoy Our Freedom
Protect Our Peace
Victory Over Our Enemies
Let Us Use Our Intelligence
Added: September 9, 2016