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Iloved all his movies!

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I have enjoyed Audie Murphy's western movies since I was very young and I enjoy them even more now that I'm older. Thank you Audie and God bless you.

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What a great American hero. It would have been an honor to have meet this man. This is truly what our youth need to see as role models. Thanks for the web site.

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I'm a proud military spouse. Will be teaching my children about Mr. Murphy.

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It is an honor for me to be a part of this presentation to such a great American hero and patriot. Audie Murphy will always be my favorite person to read about and watch his westerns. I was not aware of all that he did for veterans after he became a movie star and how he himself suffered with POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER all his life until he died. Thank you, Major Audie Murphy, for your service to our country. May God bless you always.
Respectfully,

Michael A. Johnson


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He IS the greatest! I still think of him a lot and wish to God that he had not been killed so young. It seems so unfair.

I bought one of the commemorative rifes from America Remembers. It is my favorite.

I also watch the Western station on Encore and always look forward to seeing one of his westerns. I wish they would show more.

Larry Harris
07/10/2012


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Honor

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I am teaching my children to honor those whom serve, past and present. Our family dog, a rat terrier, is named after the late and great Audie Murphy. Through him, it gives us the opportunity to educate those whom are unaware of this legendary soldier. His name suits him well and our whole neighborhood is well aware of Audie's greatness! He may not walk amongst us, but he remains in servicemen's hearts everywhere. Forever will be loved, honored and never forgotten.

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he was my favorite actor when i was a kid
he stood for all that was right and just
its a shame that we dont have people like him around for our younger kids to lookup to today.


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Mr. Murphy was a courageous and amazing man. Glad he was on our side. Grew up watching most if not all of his movies. I didn't know he was a poet and song writer as well.
I'm sure if his family members are still living they are very proud of him. I know I am. Wish there were more people like him today.
Like another guest said,"He is a cutie"!
God Bless Audie Murphy!


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