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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: Gail Levesque Briscoe
From: Rhode Island then Florida
As a young girl my mother told me about Audie Murphy. I would watch old movies on our black and white tv and she would explain how he was a real war hero not just an actor. Although I am in my 50's now, I am still proud to call him a hero of mine and how proud as an American I am for what he stood for. He will forever be in my mind and heart. God speed Audie Murphy.
Added: February 3, 2016
Name: michael g. felker
From: winlock, wa.
audie should not be forgotten. he is an example of what the American fighting man and women are about. At this time in our history, many who reap the benefits of the US military personnel. believe their freedoms are an entitlement. they will not stand their watch. that is for others to see to their protecting.
Added: February 1, 2016
Name: deborah dyess
From: columbia south carolina
Name: Bob Caplinger
From: Gassaway, WVa
Name: Jim Foster
Name: Frank H Tobar Jr
From: San Antonio
Name: Betty Miller
From: syracuse, NY
Name: Linda C. Shaw
From: Newton, Mississippi
What an informative website, honoring Audie Murphy, His service
To the U.S and many other countries during WW11 has been
Well documented and serves as a true remembrance to all, lest we forget our real American heroes.
My father and his brother fought in WW11, also. My father was with the Fourth Infantry Division and landed on Utah Beach on Day 2 of the
Normandy Invasion. Tough as the fighting was, he survived but
lost his brother in the war.
Thanks for the opportunity to remember the most decorated war hero.
Added: January 30, 2016
Name: George Villanueva
From: Runge, Texas