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I was introduced to the films of Audie Murphy by my husband who is an avid fan, and I became hooked on his films.

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A great hero

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No man should have had to go through what Audie went through in such a short lifetime
An absolutely incredible man.


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A good man who shouldn't be forgotten.

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Me and My husband, Norris Bailey have always loved Audie Murphy. Norris watches his movies over and over again. I purchased for him, when the commerative Audie Murphy Rifle came out and he has it and it has not and never will be fired. It is highly decorated with a lot of Audie Murphy himself. He adores this rifle because he was in the Air Force himself from 1954 to 1958. Also in Huntsville,Tx. a Lt. Col M.B. Etheredge a hero in World War II. He spent four years in Africa, Italy and France during the war. He was awarded three Silver Stars-the nations third highest military decoration for valor-two Bronze Stars for heroism and two Purple Hearts for being wounded. Audie Murphy spent his last part of his military under Col. Etheredge. Very interesting gentlemen and he just passed away Thursday, May 15, 201 at the age of 98. I did some volunteer work at the Veterans Museum in Huntsville,Tx. for awhile and got to meet this gentlemen and He has written a book and has DVD's out which are carried at the Veterans Museum in Huntsville,Tx. Very interesting man and was sharp as a tack until just before he passed away.

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I met Audie Murphy, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, when he was touring with the promotion of his movie "To Hell and Back". He was a very gentle gentleman who took time to shake the hand of a very young, wide-eyed boy. My dad, a WWII vet, took me to meet him at the airport. Audie Murphy, Alvin York and all the others who faced Hell for us are national treasures.

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I remember when Audie Murphy died in 1971, and local stations started playing his movies on the weekends. I was 12 years old and have been fascinated with him ever since.

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I have from a very young age been a fan of Audie Murphy movies. I must confess I only knew a little of his military life until these past few years. My interest in Audie Murphy was reawakened this very night by an amazing book I've just finished reading. The author of this book, Lone Survivor, mentioned Audie Murphy by name more than once; so here I am on the internet looking for information on Mr. Murphy's military career. I am so happy that Audie Murphy is not forgotten and am honoured to sign this memorial guestbook.
Thank You
Kathy


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Just got back from the Colmar Pocket/Holtzwihr where I visited the site of Audie's MOH stand. Very moving. High point of my trip.

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My dad was Audie Murphy, without all the medals. He was born in Kentucky, June 10,1925. He too lied about his age to enlist and was at first turned down by Navy and Marines. He got into the Army, reported to Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis. After basic he was sent to the Pacific where he developed malaria. Shipped home to Fitzsimmons Hospital in Colorado. The was shipped to Germany where he served in Patton's Third Army. He met my mom when he was 19, and she 15. After the war he sent for her in 1948. She flew over on a plane with Eleanor Roosevelt. Mom thought she was a great lady. Dad is now resting together in the beautiful confines of Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Dad always talked about Audie Murphy and his heroics. My dad was my hero!

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