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I am the daughter of Mary Elfreda Murphy, daughter of William Andrew Murphy, whom I was told is a brother of Audie Murphy's dad. I would like to know for sure. :)

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i think its a very hone-rebel web site and in portent as well to a true hero thank you very much

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In Honor of a Hero..

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Thank you for having this on the man I was named after.........

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Very pleased to find this website. My parents generation is disappearing and the sacrafice and commitment of those who served overseas and at home should never be forgotten.

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A true American Hero!

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Very nice to see a place where heros are honored. My father (now 90) is a Proud ww II Vereran.

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My trip to DC and Arlington reminded me of Audie Murphy and on my return, read up on him.

I can only hope that one day, when the time is needed that another American and possibly Texan steps up in a manner of Audie Murphy and remind the world what our country is.

I'm convinced that if he were alive today, he would be shaking his head in sadness.

May a true man, Audie Murphy rest in peace.

Thank you Mr. Murphy.


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It wasn't until I was in my early teens,that I learned of Audie Murphy's fame as our most decorated soldier in World War II.I lost my youngest brother in Viet Nam,Sept.13th,1967,so I know the pain of war.To have a man of such valor,an American,makes me proud to be an American.America,where all is possible,where all are free,worship,work,and live as we please,due in part to men like my brother and,of course,Audie Murphy.God bless the memories,the living and the dead,and all who have served

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I have always loved and still love to watch Audie Murphy movies and bios about him. I would love to see more of his earlier films especially the westerns. May he now sleep in peace.

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