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My hero. Watched his war movies & read all about him. Share same birthdate , not the year.

Added: February 13, 2018
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A truly great and humble man.

Added: February 14, 2018
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I was asked to speak to a group of Middle School students awhile back on Veterans Day. I talked to them about choosing heroes. I told them that my heroes at their age were Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and Audie Murphy. Not because Audie was such a great actor,but because he was not just a make believe hero. I then went on to tell them Audie's story As an Army veteran, what an honor it was to share the legacy of the sort of men our children should learn to appreciate, admire and emulate.

Added: February 14, 2018
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Wonderful site. It has filled in a lot of blanks of Audie Murphy's life.
Thanks for honoring a great American.


Added: February 15, 2018
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AUDIE MURPHY WAS THE GREATEST SOLDIER OF WORLD WAR II AND WAS ONE OF THE BEST COMBAT SOLDIERS IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.HE WAS A TRUE AMERICAN WHO WAS WILLING TO GIVE HIS LIFE IN THE DEFENSE OF HIS COUNTRY. WE WILL ALWAYS MISS YOU, AUDIE MURPHY!
JOHN G. KINES,JR.
PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY,
VIRGINIA


Added: February 15, 2018
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I started hearing about his heroism when I was a teenager. He impressed many people.

Added: February 17, 2018
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I started hearing about Audie Murphy as a small child. My only brother I never knew was killed in France 1944. I think Mr. Murphy and my brother would have liked each other don't ask me why I just do. I have always been honored to have a brother in the "Rangers" and proud Audie was such a brave and noble man. I was so hurt when he passed. I wanted him to go on with that boyish face that fought for us and made us happy on the screen. I still miss him, and my brother.

Added: February 17, 2018
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Great man, heard about him from Sabaton.

Added: February 19, 2018
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I admire Audie Murphy for his contribution and service to the Country of the United States! As a highly decorated hero, he should never be forgotten! President Trump would be admired for presenting him the MeMefal of Homor. I would love to see this done in my generation’ Uear of 2018!

Added: February 19, 2018
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Wonderful Man A Great Hero of our Land . Wonderful movie star , but a. HERO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!’n

Added: January 31, 2018
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