Military photographs of Audie Murphy are not too rare depending upon the period of his army career.
Audie Murphy's career can be broken down into two distinct periods: (1) his active duty time during World War II as an enlisted soldier and a commissioned officer and his (2) army reserves and national guard service after the conclusion of World War II.
Photos during the first period are hard to find simply because Audie was too busy on the battlefield to pose for a camera. Some do exist, particularly as the war was drawing down.
Photos from the second period are much easier to find particularly because of Audie's notoriety as the most decorated combat soldier of World War II and because he became a popular film celebrity. Cameras often followed Audie to National Guard training camps or other places when he drilled or made uniformed military appearances.
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