The dog tags pictured were worn by Audie Murphy during combat in Europe. These dog tags reside in the Smithsonian in Washington DC. We will create an exact replica of these tags for you. These are his enlisted man’s dog tags. The information on the dog tags include:
- His name (Audie L. Murphy)
- Army Service Number: 18083707
- Next of kin: Corrine Burns (married sister)
- Home-of-record: Farmersville, Texas
Audie Murphy may have actually had two different identification numbers. When Audie Murphy was given a battlefield commission in 1945, he was first honorably discharged as an enlisted soldier and then sworn in as a commissioned officer of the United States Army by his battalion commander.
Learn more about Audie Murphy: Arlington Cemetery
Scott L. –
The Audie L.Murphy Dog Tags are well done,
and look great.
I love Audie Murphy, and I am a second generation fan. When I discovered this site and saw you could make replica dog tags, I knew I had to have them! I love the tags, and the beaded chain I bought snaps together snugly, so I have no worries that it will come apart on me. I recommend anyone looking for dog tags to come here first!
Jerry L Scherschel –
Very well done!
The Audie Murphy dog tags are perfect! I am thrilled to have these exact replicas of his tags. The original WWII chains are a great touch as well. Took them along when I went to Arlington National Cemetery this past weekend to visit Audie’s grave. Thank you, Lance!
Sandie Price –
I’m very pleased with my Audie Murphy dog tags order. Great customer service and easy to work with.
The Audie Murphy dog tags are great!
Great tags! Great company! We will be ordering again. Love the WWII slang dictionary as well.
Joe Jordan –
Love the DogTags..very original looking.The chains are exceptional as well..I have purchased several from here and will get more I’m sure.