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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: Chuck Davies
From: Meridian, ID
I have long admired Audie and believe he was the most
decoreated hero in the hi9sdto9ry of the United States.
He won every decoration foi valor some mutiple times. I am a veteran of Vietnam with the 82nd Airborne. I would like to find a list of all 33 deorations Audie received.
I personally know 4 medal of Honor recipents throuth the American Legion and 82nd Airborne Assoic.
Added: January 22, 2013
Name: Ralph Citino
I remember watching "To Hell and Back" as a young boy and loving it, not because it was a great movie but more because of the story. What a very special man. My dad was a WWII vet. He served in the European theatre in North Africa and Italy. He was in the artillery. I believe my day and any man or woman that serves our country is special and if they've served in times of war or conflict they deserve our lifelong appreciation. I will always remember my dad and appreciate Mr. Murphy for what they I'd for us.
Added: January 20, 2013
Name: Mark F. Kusiak
From: Santa Ana, California
My father served with the 7th Inf Reg. in World War II. He made the Fedala landing in 1942 and survived the War. He spoke of fighting over much of the same ground as did Audie. My father retired from the USAF as a M/Sgt in 1966, in San Antonio, Texas. I have been researching awards my father may of had, during the war, and Maj Murphy's awards have helped to recognize the order of presidence. My efforts have been hampered by the Archives fire that occurred in the 1970's. I don't know if they ever actually met, but the stories of the most decorated soldier of World War II have been a large part of my life. My father met my mother in Saltzburg, Austria in the cloing days of the war. He had enough points to go home almost immediately, being discharged in New York on the 15th of July, 1945. He reenlisted in the Air Force and returned to Germany on an Air Force unassigned tour in 1947. I believe that my father was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry and they fought across many of the same places as did 1st Battalion 15 Infantry. Dad was a S/Sgt at the end of the War.
Added: January 20, 2013
Name: Hortencia Roughley
From: Live in Ca. but am from Texas
Name: Bill Linebarger
From: Katy TX
Name: DANNY BROWNING
From: WEST VIRGINIA
Name: Marvin C. Reynolds
From: Koshkonong, Missouri
Name: Glen Petersen
Name: Bob McDonald
From: Temperance, MI