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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: Jane Sewell-Watts
From: Kent, UK
My dad told me about Audie Murphy a few years ago. I am astounded to read as to how many decorations he earned. A true inspiration. We enjoy what we have today as a result of such heroism. I also like watching his films but I wonder how many of the younger generation see this gentleman on film without realising what he did.
Added: November 1, 2014
Name: John C. Robinson
From: Butte Montana
Name: Brian dickinson
Name: Colonel (Ret) J P Hogan US Army
From: Frisco Texas
As a leader within the Association of the United States Army in North Texas I (and the the membership of AUSA North Texas) are deeply interested in the life and times of Audie Murphy. As "Soldiers for Life" we remember the contributions and sacrifices of Audie Murphy during WWII. The history of his heroic acts as a soldier serve as inspirations to Americans every where and to young men and women currently serving (or considering service) in our armed forces. Thanks to the Foundation for the work you do to preserve and make available this history.
COL (R) USA
North Texas State President
Association of the United States Army (AUSA)
Added: October 31, 2014
Name: Paul Muggleston
From: Christchurch New Zealand
Name: Jacqueline Rowles
I just finished watching memories of Audie Murphy on my computer. I never tire of watching anything to do with Audie. I wish all the children of this world would model themselves after him. I am sure his family is proud of him. I thank Audie and all the military for our freedom. God Bless USA
Added: October 30, 2014
Name: Virginia Hutchinson
From: Harrisonburg Virginia
Name: Eric Romano
Name: Robert J. Bembenek, Sr
From: Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
I saw To Hell and Back with my father when the movie 1st came out. I was 12 or 13. I was flabbergasted and Audi's story has been permanently etched into my brain since.
Although my dad was a veteran of Wisconsin's Red Arrow Division, he didn't serve on active duty as his skills were much needed in the vital steel casting industry.
History always has been my favorite addiction, especially those stories of WWII, Korea and Vietnam and our own Civil War. Because of my service in the US Air Force Veteran my active duty only pales by comparison to those who have served before or since. Because of this I am deeply awed and humbly cowed by Audi Murphy's service above self.
I will put visiting his museum on my bucket list. Meanwhile I will absorb his history with admiration, respect and love for him along with those other WWII servicemen and women. Rest in Peace Mr. Murphy and Thank you for your service.
Added: October 28, 2014
Name: James Riley
From: Lone Tree, Colorado