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26 JANUARY 1945 American Lt. AudieMurphy, is wounded in France. Born the son of Texas sharecroppers on June 20, 1924, Murphy served three years of active duty, beginning as a private, rising to the rank of staff sergeant, and finally given a battlefield commission to 2nd lieutenant. He was wounded three times, fought in nine major campaigns across Europe, and was credited with killing 241 Germans. He was awarded 37 medals and decorations, including the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star (with oak leaf cluster), the Legion of Merit, and the Croix de Guerre (with palm). The battle that made Murphy a recipient of the MedalofHonor, and which ended his army active duty, occurred during the last stages of the Allied victory over the Germans in France. Murphy acted as cover for infantrymen during a last desperate German tank attack. Climbing atop an abandoned U.S. tank destroyer, he took control of its .50-caliber machine gun and killed 50 Germans, stopping the advance but suffering a leg wound in the process. Upon returning to the States, Murphy was invited to Hollywood by Jimmy Cagney, who saw the war hero's picture on the cover of Life magazine. By 1950, Murphy won an acting contract with Universal Pictures. In his most famous role, he played himself in the monumentally successful To Hell and Back. Perhaps as interesting as his film career was his public admission that he suffered severe depression from PTSD, also called battle fatigue, and became addicted to sleeping pills as a result. This had long been a taboo subject for veterans. Murphy died in a plane crash while on a business trip in 1971. He was 46.: 26 JANUARY 1945 American Lt. AudieMurphy, is wounded in France. Born the son of Texas sharecroppers on June 20, 1924, Murphy served three years of active duty, beginning as a private, rising to the rank of staff sergeant, and finally given a battlefield commission to 2nd lieutenant. He was wounded three times, fought in nine major campaigns across Europe, and was credited with killing 241 Germans. He was awarded 37 medals and decorations, including the Distinguished Service Cross, the Silver Star (with oak leaf cluster), the Legion of Merit, and the Croix de Guerre (with palm). The battle that made Murphy a recipient of the MedalofHonor, and which ended his army active duty, occurred during the last stages of the Allied victory over the Germans in France. Murphy acted as cover for infantrymen during a last desperate German tank attack. Climbing atop an abandoned U.S. tank destroyer, he took control of its .50-caliber machine gun and killed 50 Germans, stopping the advance but suffering a leg wound in the process. Upon returning to the States, Murphy was invited to Hollywood by Jimmy Cagney, who saw the war hero's picture on the cover of Life magazine. By 1950, Murphy won an acting contract with Universal Pictures. In his most famous role, he played himself in the monumentally successful To Hell and Back. Perhaps as interesting as his film career was his public admission that he suffered severe depression from PTSD, also called battle fatigue, and became addicted to sleeping pills as a result. This had long been a taboo subject for veterans. Murphy died in a plane crash while on a business trip in 1971. He was 46.

26 JANUARY 1945 American Lt. AudieMurphy, is wounded in France. Born the son of Texas sharecroppers on June 20, 1924, Murphy served three...

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Last American World War I Veteran Served Briefly in New York ...: LOSSES SINCE LAST MUSTER Form 74 6-26-22-1000 (40-4920) Sheet 3 5 Page.e. NAMES (To be written in full, christian name last) Date of Loss REMARKS 0. BY PROMOTION 2nd Lieutenant 1 Frederick V. Roeser 6-26-23 commissioned 1st Lieut. and assigned to 107th Inf. A.G.0.3.0-153 7-2-23. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Sergeant 1 Arthur H. Salzman 10-8-23 V Permanent residenae outside of State. A.G-0.3.0.#232. Privates, lst Cl. 1 Reilly, Allan C., Jr. 6-14-23Permanent residence outside of State. A.G.0.3.0.#138, 2-17-23H.D..n.S 2 Schenk, Peter H. 3 Terrett, John J. 10-3-23 Privates 6-5-23 Permanent residence outside of state. A.G.ะž.S.ะž.#130. 1 Bedford, John H. 2 Boyd, John R., Jr. 3 Brown, Stanley H. 4 Buckles, Frank W. 5 Carson, Ralph G. 2-3-23- 1-11-24 Business reasons, H.D.E-Ms. A.0.0.3.0.#29 9-27-23 Business reasoas, A.G.0.S.0.223 10-29-23 H.D.E.T.S. as Corporal 3-2-23. Re-enl. & re-qual. 3-3-23. W.C.F. Reduced from Corporal to Pri. R.S.ะž.#58 6-21-23 107th Inf. H.D. for business reasons A.0.0.3.0.#242. Business reasons, A.G.0.3.0-41 Educational reasons, A.G-0.3.0.#214. Reduced from Sgt. to Pri. R.S.ะž.#58 6-21-23 107th Inf. H.D. business reasons A. G.0.3.0.#214 H.D.E.T.3. 6 Evans, John T., Jr 7 Goode, Ellis W. 8 Haab, Albert o. 1-19-23 9-17-23 9-17-23 9 Jeffrey, George . 10 Kessler, Richard H. 11 Kitts, Earl B. 12 Lindheimer, Kurt 13 Roeser, Blmer c. 9-30-23 10-29-23 Business reasons, A. G.0.3.0-249 9-17-23 tr. Business reasons, A.G.ะพ.s.o.#314. 2-3-23 r- Business reasons, A.G.ะž.s.0-29. 10-20-23 .. Red. from Corp. to Prฤฏ. R.S.ฮŸ.#58 6-21-23 107th Inf. H.D. business reasons A.G.O. s.ใ€‚. #242. H.D.BA.3. 14 Ross, Robert I. 15 Schiele, Charles F. 16 Shudtz, James 17 Taylor, chester M. 18 Von Beruth, Oscar, Jr. 1-11-24 6-14-23 Business reasons A.G.o.s.o.#138. 2-3-23 ใƒฌใƒผ Business reasons AยทGยท0.3.0ยท#129. 9-27-23 r Educational reasons A.G.ะž.S.ะž.#223. 9-17-23 (J) By enl. 3-9-23 H.D. business reasons A.G-0.3.0.214. Last American World War I Veteran Served Briefly in New York ...

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