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I want to applaud and commend the creation of the Audie L. Murphy MemorIal Website! America needs its heroes to be recognized, celebrated, and memorialized as the essential role they have played in our great Nation's History. The American Public and most elected officials at all levels of local,state, and Federal Gov't quickly lose sight and memory for our true National Heroes accomplishments and the lessons learned over all these years. Without historical knowledge and experience we fail to identify foreign and domestic threats and undermine our military readiness. Keep up the good work! Hopefully your example will motivate others to do the same.

Added: August 26, 2015
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Great American.

Added: August 25, 2015
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When I was a teenager (in the early 90s) I watched Audie Murphy´s films, especially the westerns for the first time. Although they were already quite old-fashioned in those days, I really enjoyed them and I still do today (now mostly on DVD). I was only recently that I learned a little more about one of my favourite actors, that he was America´s most decorated war hero, but also quite a tragic person suffering from his war experiences and in civil life struggling for achnowledgment as an actor. Although I only know what I read and although there are surely also negative sides (as with any other human being), I think that Audie Murphy was a really good man.
I´ve nothing to do with the Second World War since I was born decades after this time, and yet I feel very sorry for the evil the Germans brought over so many people worlwide. I don´t know if Audie Murphy ever had any positive views about Germany (probably not); it just would have been good if he could have seen our nations finally come together.


Added: August 25, 2015
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I am always moved when I watch To Hell and Back! The story of Audie Murphy is incredible and exemplary! Today's young men should learn from this great man!
Those who try to be half the man Audie Murphy was, will be great men still!


Added: August 24, 2015
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its a shame a lot of people do not know who mr.murphy was

Added: August 24, 2015
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Audie Murphy will always be highly regarded in my life, he was a true warrior, on the battlefield and off.
I pray he gets the admiration he deserves. God Bless and RIP


Added: August 18, 2015
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Interested in learning

Added: August 16, 2015
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Thank You Sir.

Added: August 16, 2015
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I have always watched films with Audie Murphy and enjoyed everyone of them but especially To Hell and Back which gives a person a history lesson on how serious WW II was and how Audie Murphy did what he did for his comrades and his country. A true hero on and off the field and someone who should always be remembered for his devotion dedication and love of his country The United States of America.The real American Hero

Added: August 16, 2015
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As a kid growing up! I remember my Dad was a huge Audie Murphy fan. I visited the museum at Ft. Benning GA with my family yesterday and noticed several tributes to Audie Murphy. What a great American!

Added: August 16, 2015
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