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Great man and hero.

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Hi, my name is Jackie. I am a huge fan of Audie Murphy as a person, actor and veteran. It's too bad there wasn't much known about the psychological damage that war does to our armed forces. I admire Audie for the way he lived after WWII. I can't even imagine how much pain he was in after the war because of the campaigns he took part in. He did the best he could with the resources he had. I have all of the movies Audie made that are in print. I enjoy watching him on the screen. He is my Zen. I tried to read all I can about him. I want to get to know him the best that anyone can. I want to make a difference now to the veterans who are still alive today. I am a Clinical Pharmacist I hope I can. I hope I don't sound too corny, but I feel strongly about our veterans. Thanks for your time.

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I recently visited Arlington National with my thirteen year old son. He was aware of Audie Murphy. One of our stops was the grave site. Of a true american hero.

Added: August 24, 2013
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A true American Hero!

Added: August 24, 2013
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When I was a child, I use to rush home from Sunday school to watch an Audey Murphy western. He was my hero!I thought he was handsome, charming and charistmatic. I was drawn to him. I had no idea he was a hero in real life! So, it is with deep sadness that I never wrote to him while I was a child. My mother wrote to all the stars when she was young, and received pictures and postcards of them. Unfortunately, I don't recall any of Audey.
My father was born in 1926, a year after Audey. Fortunately, my dad is still alive and he has always -enjoyed watching and reading westerns. Would it be possible to e-mail me a picture of Audey for my dad? Hazel


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I met Audie in Ft. Worth when I was 10 years old. What a great thrill it was. I never missed one of his movies and I can never appreciate enough what he did for his country.

Added: August 21, 2013
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So glad that we here in Farmersville still celebrate this great man every year with a parade through town.

Added: August 21, 2013
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He was a very good actor and a hero to our country for his bravery in World War II. ;)

Added: August 23, 2013
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My father Layton Roberts Fought in WW2 and was a medic. He was one of the brave Americans that fought at D-Day. I think this is great that you are trying to keep Audie's memories alive. I have children of my own and I have told them stories around the camp fire of his brave and selfless acts to asure our freedom. Thanks Audie for your bravery, their are not many that would have done what you have and alot of men were saved because of it.

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what a man if only half the people was like him this world could be 500% better.

Added: August 23, 2013
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