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My hero

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I did not know anything about Audie Murphy until I saw his picture in the Texas Capital. This makes me sad since he is so amazing but my young generation knows nothing about him. Thank you for having this website so that we will not forget. I pan on being a teacher so I will be sure to teach my kids about Audie Murphy.

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Audie L Murphy is an excelent example of a soilder. Big shoes to fill.

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Americas Hero.

Added: November 15, 2012
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Very impressed about the history of one man who did so much during the war

Added: November 15, 2012
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Audie was my hero as a boy along with Roy Rogers. I have to say that Roy was a distant second though. I was saddened to hear of his death back in 1971. Looking at current events, it seems that we may never have anyone like Audie again. It is sad to think that but also a reason to hold on to Audie's legacy even harder.

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I had the honor of meeting Audie Murphy on the set of Battle at bloody Beach. I didn't even know he was a war hero, but just an actor. I later lived in Greenville,TX where there is a memorial at the town library. To have crossed paths with such a great American is a true blessing.

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As the son of a WWII vet I hate to think that this country is beginning to forget just how close we came to not being free. We must remember those who did so much for all of us.

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It is a priveledge to know that a brave man gave so much for so little, and that from such a hero, we owe so much more than medals. We owe an undying dept of gratitude to him, and Every other man who fought and served this country so nobly and gallantly. Truly, this was the greatest generation, and it is our duty to never forget the scarifices these men and women gave, that we might forever know the price of freedom, for which they gave so much. To Audi Murphy, I salute you.

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A great American and friend to the Armed Services

Added: November 12, 2012
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