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My father and 4 of his brothers were in WWII and I heard about Audie Murphy from them and television, especially his movie To Hell and Back. I've been to Arlington Cemetery and have read stories about him.

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Great website! Very infromative.

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I saw the Audie Murphy story on the Movie channel and was moved by this mans courage. I am glad I found out more about him and his life.

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As a fellow veteran having served in special service in malay/Borneo and 3 deployments Vietnam, I salute you Sir.

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Im 38 an sadly audie had passed away before i was even born. A friend of mine last week whos 67 an a huge audie fan asked me if id look on internet for what audies middle name was as all she remembered was it began with L. She then asked me if i could write some info down on audie an i began to do so from wikipedia. Needless to say i hadnt a clue who audie was until i began to research for my friend. As i read an wrote down audies life story i was amazed by this great man an his courage an determination. I will now be looking out for when audies films are on here in the UK etc. Id like to thank him an all soldiers and armed forces women and men past/present day for their sacrifices i am an always will be very grateful

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Just wanted to do some research on Mr.Murphy and remember him.

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I can only wonder at the exploits of Mr. Murphy. I cannot image the horrors he lived through, yet saved so many American lives. I feel infinitely sad that there was no one to help him with his psycological problems after the war. He really is a man that America should always remember and honor.

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This native Texan is proud of native son Audie. Words cannot adequately honor him. I pray that he and his exceptional service to the United States of America will always be remembered.

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God bless all of our Veterans & may we never forget,

"Freedom Is Not Free"!


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A man to be remembered and admired who gave people a lot of pleasure with his films

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