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I love this web site. I think I was in my early 20's when I learned who Audie Murphy was and what he did. I was in awe then and at 66 I still am.

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I loved Audie Murphy. I had a huge crush on him despite his small stature. He made up for that small stature by being a true American hero. (I also thought he was extremely handsome). I grieved when he died. What a loss...

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I almost met Audie Murphy at the DAC club in Dallas. Audie stood not more than ten feet from me near the elevator on the dining room floor. He looked directly at me, a young kid, smiled, but my dad said not to bother him, so I didn't shake his hand. I wish I had.

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Audie Murphy is a real inspiration to many youths across the world, for his gallantry is only surpassed by his humanity. He was a perfect fit as Henry Fleming, or 'the youth' as Crane preferred, in 'The Red Badge of Courage' (1951), where we probably get a realistic portrayal of some of the conflicting emotions Murphy himself must have felt as a young soldier enlisted in the US army on foreign territory. To conclude, Murphy symbolizes some of the best characteristics of the American youth of his day.

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Audie did so much for our country, My fellow solder's
and yet forgotten already by allot, as Audie helped in the PTSD, but yet no one remembers this as well. I will continue to remind everyone who Audie was and what this soldier did for his brothers and sisters who are still serving our nation.
Audie will always be in my prayers.


Added: July 24, 2014
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I liked Audie L. Murphy's western movies as a kid long before I understood, that truth is stranger then fiction. That in reality this man, though physically small was far greater a real hero, than he portrayed in his movies. Movie stars mostly portray hero's on the big screen, that's what makes them famous, but its pure fiction. In Audie's case it is not, he is the greatest real movie star hero ever and always will be. His actual true exploits, in the heat of battle in not one, but several campaigns in the deadliest war in history, defy imagination. It is an insult to every American, that on military holiday's we don't hear and see anything about this great man's life!

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Audie Murphy musem in the San Antonio VA Hostpital is great.

Added: July 25, 2014
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Born in 1964 I owe my freedom to the likes of Audie. I think I remember news of his death and for sure grew up watching his films, aware of his heroism and sad he died young, younger than I am now. Thanks to him and all his brothers in arms.

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What a great site to find out everything there is to know about Audie Murphy!

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Audie has to be the toughest and most respected American soldier of all time. I grew up following his movie career and I am in awe of his exploits. His wife was also a much loved lady and devoted her life to veterans welfare. Both are an inspiration to all who know their story.

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