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Audie Murphy is a true hero and patriot, not sports figures. Audie Murphy is personification our the greatest generation and the dedication of men and women who saved this country from the tyranny of evil. Every American should know Audie Murphy’s life and heroism!

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A true American Hero

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Thee most decorated and Courageous American of the second world war, a Texas Boy like myself who lost his mother as a teenager and hopped out of school in grade 8 and worked below wage and joined the US Army at 17, A street boy in those times that dedicated his life to his country and returned a few years later as the wars most decorated soldier. I have the outright most respect for this man being a Texas boy myself and knowing all his heroic actions. He returned a Hero but a broken man suffering PTSD and having many nightmares and always had a loaded Pistol under his pillow, I salute you and plan on visiting your grave in the future. :!yawn: javascript:void(0)

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Audie is a great American Hero. I hope the President awards him the Medal of Freedom.

Added: December 31, 2017
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Major Murphy endured many trials both in war and in life. My Father-in-Law was a survivor of the Bataan Death March and so I know first hand what post tramatic stress does to a man. I can't imagine what Major Murphy had to go thru with his PTSD issues, yet he accomplished many wonderful things in his life. I am proud to be a Brother Mason and thru my wife proud to be related to another MOH recipient, Sgt, Alvin C. York. I will visit his grave the next time I am at Arlington and render him s salute from an old retired 26 year + Vietnam Navy Veteran Chief Petty Officer.

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im a big fan

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I've always been a fan of Audie Murphy.... A true American war hero....

Added: December 28, 2017
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Hello, I am a SAMC from 1986 while stationed at Ft. Hood TX. I am retired form military. But, I was wondering how I could get the SAMC medal and all the perks that come along with my membership. CSM Poole was the CSM at the time I was Inductee. I seen my name on the wall last year when I visited my daughter and grandkids.

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Interesting website

Added: December 25, 2017
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I am working on a music video based on a song I wrote in 1972 called "Audie Murphy's Song." I don't want people to forget what he and men like him did for our Country.
If this guestbook is being systematically maintained I hope to hear back from you regarding permissions and credits for using some of your photos.
Thanks,
Brooks Bryan, Cpt. USAR (Ret.)
907-220-6484


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