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Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide

This is a Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Study Guide. It can be used to study the information you need to know to prepare to go in front of the SAMC Board.  It has sections covering the Motto, History of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Biography of Audie Murphy, Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Logo and Lineage, Crest, Citation For Medal of Honor Recipient Audie L. Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Movie Titles, Songs Written By Audie Murphy, Audie Murphy’s Military Award List, Board Advice, Sample Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Board Questions (without answers), Current and Former Sergeants Major of the Army, Army Command Policy (AR 600-20), Army History, Army Programs, Military Awards (AR 600-8-22), Chain of Command (AR 600-20), Code of Conduct, Common Tasks (STP 21-1-SMCT), Defensive Positions (STP 21-1-SMCT and STP 21-24-SMCT), Drill and Ceremony (FM 3-21.5), First Aid (FM 4-25.11), Flags; Honors; and Salutes (AR 840-10), Leadership (FM 22-100, FM 7-22.7), M16A2 Rifle (FM 3-22.9), Maintenance Management System (DA PAM 738-750), Map Reading/Land Navigation (FM 3-25.26), Military Courtesy (AR 600-25), Military Justice (AR 27-10), NCO History (FM 7-22.7), NCOER (AR 623-205), NCOES and NCODP (AR 350-17), Physical Fitness Training (FM 21-20, AR 350-1), Safety (AR 385-10), Separations; Enlisted Personnel (AR 635-200), Supply Economy (AR 735-5), Training (FM 7-0, FM 25-101, FM 7-22.7), Weight Control Policy, SAMC Board, Quarter FY NCO of the Quarter Board Questions, and SAMC Division Board.

NOTES: Some references listed in this doc might have been superseded and/or updated and should be checked for accuracy, which can be easily done using the DA PAM 25-30 web page or downloaded and installed program for checking current and superseded DOD publications (For example purposes only: FM 3-0 was superseded by ADP 3-0, on 10 October 2011) : This document is in MS Word format

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  • Part-Time-Commander

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    This is one of the few awards that I don’t have, but wish I did. Unfortunately, I never served as an NCO, but if I would have, I can’t think of any higher honor than the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club.

    Good for you for earning the award, Brian. I bet you were a great NCO.

    Chuck

    • brian nelmes

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      Thanks Chuck!

      Brian

  • Brian Nelmes

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    Hello, I received the SAMC award in 1996. I was in the 213th ASG Allentown PA PANG at the time. Is there a listing of all the recipients? The card and certificate I got along with the medal had the number 148 on it.

    Respectfully,
    Brian E. Nelmes

    • Mark Gerecht

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      Brian,
      I reached out to one of our Active Duty Sources and here is the response I received:

      There is a roster that each MACOM holds so it depends on who he got the induction through, ie, Forscom, Medcom, Tradoc, or in his case it may actually be National Guard Bureau? He should probably first call the state and see if they have a SAMC representative that could assist in obtaining the information.

      Hope this helps!
      TOP

      • brian nelmes

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        Thanks for the reply. It was induction through FORSCOM. I will contact the PANGR and see if they have SAMC representative.

        Thanks again.

        brian

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