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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: evelyn White
From: Vancouver WA
Name: LEE BRINDLEY
Name: Ann lerning
From: Leyland Lancashire England
Name: Barry Frederick Bealick
From: The Bronx, New York City, New York State
To honor the beloved memory of most-distinguished World War II veteran AUDIE LEON MURPHY, existing and future generations of Americans should preserve -- and perpetuate -- BOTH his patriotism AND his heritage.
As the years, and decades, progress while personal and collective memories gradually fade and eventually vanish with old-age and death, let us ETERNALLY PRESERVE the legacies of AUDIE LEON MURPHY and ALL World War II veterans in every branch-of-service: Army, U.S. Army Air Corps, Air Force, Navy, and U.S. Maritime Service.
Added: April 26, 2016
Name: Thomas Daniel
I was born in 1949 and Audie Murphy was one of my heroes. His actions in WWII were they stuff of Hollywood with the difference being they were real. I honestly can't understand why nobody's made a remake of "To hell and Back" Gives me goosebumps just thinking about what he did. It would be a sin to forget any of "the greatest generation", but unthinkable to lose Sgt. Murphy's story. Let's not let it happen.
Added: April 25, 2016
Name: Jesse Hamilton
Name: Bob Morrisey
From: Estacada, OR
Name: paul newman
thought I just let people know big fan of audie murphy films also of his exploits in world war 2. was a little shocked when I was on a cruise got to share a table with an American couple lovely people but when I bought up about audie murphys heroics in the war they where oblivious to them and did not know who he was. seems America and Britain have a lot in common when it comes to teaching our younger generation of the reasons they can still call themselves americans and british. we forget about true hero's then make a hero out of someone like eddie the eagle who in my eyes was a embarresment. let just hope great people like audie murphy are not forgotten.
Added: April 23, 2016
Name: robert c motion
From: FIFE SCOTLAND
Name: Graham Moore
I am a British military veteran (served in the Army 1975-2009) and knew of Audie Murphy in my teens, watching several of his films including 'To Hell and Back'. I am absolutely shocked to read on your excellent website that Audie's name and incredible exploits have lacked recognition in his homeland for a very long time.
Audie was an inspiration to me and his repeated bravery in combat made him a legend. His other talents as a prolific and world-famous actor, and also a horse-breeder, poet and songwriter, set the man apart.
Such a great man and so sad that he died so young. Thank you for keeping his memory alive. God bless you.
Added: April 22, 2016