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Loved Audie Murphy while growing up. I saw the movie "To Hell and Back" as a young girl and it made a huge impression on me. I remember where I was when I heard on the news that he had died in a plane crash. It was a sad day for me.

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Great Man

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I am so proud of all the accomplishments that our Military has completed throughout the years. Men like Audie enspires us all. I am also proud to be a Retired Member of our Armed Forces. God Bless Audie and God Bless America.

Robert


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We love to watch Audie Murphy's movies. We are teaching our 11tall yr. old grandson about Audie and that's how I found this website. Keep up the good work.
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I watch to hell and back offen. I tell my family about heroes of the war so they won't forget.

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my father was also in ww11 and recieved ph with 2 oak leaf clusters.i cant find which campaigns he had been in.he was in the 157th inf 45th inf. div. the book to hell and back was a great book.i got to shake audies hand at a rodeo in idaho when i was younger.i didnt know much about him then just that he was a movie star.this is a great country and im proud of the hereos. :D :!cool: :) :!thinking: :p ;) :o

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I was privileged to see Audie Murphy in person at a cowboy rodeo in Belton, Texas sometime during the 1950's. O jave always been impressed with Mr. Murphy's courage, character, and ability though coming from a background of a poor farm boy.
I read "To Hell And Back" and gained great respect for him.
Sincerely,
Ronnie Yarber


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I am a 21 year vet and I am here to honor Audie for his service to our country as well as one of my favorite actors. I salute you

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Audie Murphy, Lattie Tipton, and Martin Kelly were the greatest of the greatest generation. These men, next to my father who also served in WW2, will always be my heros, and I intend to pass their memory on to my sons.

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Found out about this great American Hero while searching for the Oak Leaf cluster meaning. Now I know.

Thanks for his service & bravery.


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