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As My Dad's Favorite Hero I actually was named after him.
As My Dad's First Born Son, I'm proud to Honor My Hero who's My Dad, Kenneth J. Leason AND his Hero in real life.

My Dad appreciated Audie Murphy's heroism & as he earned a Bronze Star during the Korean War. As a Veteran myself, we ALL Can Protect Constitutional Rights to Freedom & Liberty.


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I have been a huge fan of Audie since I was 10 years old (1968) and am so glad that this memorial to him has been established. He was truly 'one of a kind' and we will never see his like again.

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Donald B. Eckman, my dad, was one of the 18 soldiers fighting the Germans with Audie Murphy on January 26, 1945 near Holtzwihr France. How can I obtain a list of all 18 soldiers who were there? My dad is 92, lives near Ionia Michigan, and was awarded an Honorary membership to the SAMC, Fort Hood.

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A truly great guy.

Added: September 26, 2017
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I have always loved Audie Murphy.

Added: September 27, 2017
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Have been an admirer of Audie Murphy since 1952!

Added: September 23, 2017
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I was always impressed with this man from the first time I saw To Hell and Back as a little boy. I saw an obituary in our local paper and recognized the division as being the same as Audie's so I reviewed several different web sites with information on his life and career.

I am even more in awe of his strength, character, adaptability, and endurance. I am also saddened that in his era there wasn't more help for his PTSD.

His quotes are among my favorites because so many of them are still spot on.

Thank God we have men like this in our world even today.


Added: September 15, 2017
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I watch most of his movies that can get on You Tube. He should be remember at a Veteran, actor and father. I am ex military and respect what he did for his country. Boy, is he needed today with the way the world is going. What would he think of North Korea??

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I am impressed to see more and more people interested in many of our great heros of the America's. So many of our heros go unnoticed through out our decades of violence and heroism. Thank you for the page on one of most decorated man of the century.

Added: September 14, 2017
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This man is my hero. It is because of him I just recently enlisted into the U.S. Army myself, in the hope to someday be as great as he once was and still is.

Added: September 11, 2017
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