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Happy Birthday to a great American Hero. HOOAH!

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I've taught my children and grandchildren who this fabulous man was. This was a true hero. That word is tossed around very loosely these days.

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As kids playing Army, I always had dibs on being Audie Murphy. Much to the chagrin of my Marine father.

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I am submitting this for my older sister, who has been a Murphy fan for years and years. She supports the effort to give him the Medal and will be pleased beyond words if it is awarded to him.

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June 20th-Remembering Audie Murphy on this day--his 87th birthday--America's greatest combat soldier, a great human being and a great patriot. I pray to God that Americans will stop worshipping the moral degenerates in Hollywood and honor and remember Audie and his fellow veterans who did something truly great for America--at great personal sacrifice--they gave them an imperishable gift--their freedom! God bless you, Audie and may God help America!

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Audie Murphy was my childhood hero after seeing "To Hell and Back" in the late 50's. I grew up in Texas. My father's next door neighbor, when he was a kid, was a Medal of Honor recipent, James Logan from the 36th Division.

I wish someone would contact Ron Howard or Steven Speilberg about redoing "To Hell and Back."


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Its great to see a website like this one dedicated to American Heroes. I grew up reading stories about Audie Murphy, General Patton, General MacArthur, and many more. Good Luck and Keep up the good work!

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Thank you Maj wish I would of Ben by your side then

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WHAT CAN i SAY ABOUT THIS MAN THAT HAS NOT BEEN SAID BEFORE,i FELL IN LOVE WITH THE MAN I SAW ON SCREEN ,SOMETHING CAME ACCROSS THAT I SAW IN HIS EYES AND MANNERS ,NOT ONLY FOR HIS HEROIC THING IN THE WAR ,BUT SOMETHING I SAW IN HIS VERY SOUL ,I AM VERY INTUITIVE AND PICKED UP ON IT LIKE I HAD KNOWN HIM MY ALL LIFE,I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE KNOWN AUDIE ,HE SEEMED LIKE A GENTLE SOUL ,HIS VOICE SPOKE VOLUMES WITHOUT REALLY SAYING , A VERY SOFTSPOKEN GENTLE MAN ,A TRULY GREAT AMERICAN HERO - GOOD NITE SIR KNIGHT!

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We do enjoy watching his movies, and honor him as a hero.

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