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An honor to sign to recognize a great American!

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Great man!

Added: November 26, 2012
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I knew Audi in hollywood cal,Great guy,bad shuffleboard player.Thanks from a great country because of YOU.

Added: November 25, 2012
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Hello,
Several months ago,I contacted author David Morrell.In 1972,Mr.Morrell wrote his first book.You might have heard of it.It's called "FIRST BLOOD".With ALL DUE RESPECT TO AUDIE MURPHY,Mr.Morrell informed me that the character of John Rambo was based on Audie Murphy.NO JOKE.He was aware of the fact that Murph suffered from what was then referred to as "SHELL SHOCK".Today,it's referred to as "POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER".My Dad suffered from this.He was a Korean War vet.It sent him to an early grave at age 57,in Jan.1990.
What I'd like to see,is an updated version of "TO HELL & BACK".Introduce a younger generation to this story,& to Audie Murphy.THANKS.


Added: November 25, 2012
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I just finished watching "Sergeant York" and wanted to know about York and Audie Murphy who was mentioned in the movie. It is truly sad these days with all the technology that we forget those who played a major role in preserving our freedom. I must be honest with you, I don't ever recall hearing of Audie in any history lesson. So what I have read tonight is my first experience. I want to thank you for that, in keeping his memory alive. I will also pass on what I have learned tonight to the boys I work with at the McCrossan Boys Ranch. God Bless.

Added: November 25, 2012
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amazing soldier. I would hate to see his valor forgotten.

Added: November 24, 2012
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I remember watching to Hell and Back with my Dad in the 1960's. My Dad told me about him and what he did during World War ll.

Added: November 24, 2012
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It's a shame that there are no role models like Audie today! :)

Added: November 24, 2012
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In 1961 at the age of 17 I joined the United States Army. I was stationed in Bamberg, Germany in Company B, 2nd Battalion, 54th Infantry, 3rd Infantry Division. My unit building was the same building Audie Murphy was in when was in the 15th Infantry, 3rd Infantry Division. It was well known that he had stayed in the same barracks as I was staying in. We all were very proud to be in the same building Audie had slept in. RIP, Audie, you served well.

Lawrence W. Prevatte :!cool: :!cool: :!cool: :!cool:


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Great story about a REAl american hero!

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