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GLAD I FOUND THIS WEBSITE
MY FATHER IS A WWII VET AND ALWAYS TALKS ABOUT AM
HE WILL ALWAYS BE A HERO AND INSPIRATION TO MYSELF AND MY DAD JUST FINISHED WATCHING DVD OF WHISPERING SMITH SERIES I LUV EM! ANYWAY, THANK YOU FOR HELPING KEEP HIS MEMORY AND LEGACY ALIVE

YOURS TRULY,CWREN


Added: June 18, 2013
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Luck brought me to this site. Now, I can express my thoughts about this great man.
As a kid, I watched Murphy in many movies & he became my hero in the movies. When he and a few other actors showed up in my small Indiana town, he was a class act & this further solidified my admiration. As I evolved, I learned of the greatness in this young Texan.
Having been in harms way, I know a bit of what he went through. Having met another Medal of Honor recipient, I've realized these heroes aren't the 'bayonet between the teeth, damn the torpedoes, I'm Attila the Hun' people you'd expect. They're ordinary, young men who find themselves in a very bad situation & do what they can to get themselves & their comrades out of the mess in one piece.
I'm very proud to have served in Audie Murphy's Army. He is a superb role model for anyone in the military.


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one hell of a MAN......and one of a kind for ever...RVN vet 1967

Added: June 17, 2013
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Hello,

I've always been a big Fan of Audie Murphy since childhood, always loved his Westerns, and the Red Badge of Courage, To Hell and Back with Charles Drake..

I had no idea this Site existed.. Thank's for starting it up...


Added: June 17, 2013
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I have always been an admirer of Audie ever since the 1950's.

I have followed his career as a soldier and as a movie star.

I was so sorry when he was killed.

Irene Cook


Added: June 16, 2013
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I met Audie at the LA County Fair Grounds when I was about 11 years old. Never fell out of love for him. I am now 71.

Added: June 15, 2013
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Even in Australia in the 1960's and 70's most people knew of Audie Murphy

Added: June 14, 2013
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I remember as a young bloke going to the movies and watching To Hell & Back. Later I also watched Audie in his westerns.
Now as an old bloke (in my late 60's) I like to reminisce my younger days watching cowboy movies and Audie is right up there.
Thank you for the opportunity.

Steve


Added: June 14, 2013
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Audie Murphy has always been my hero !
I have seen many times his movies and visited his grave every time i am in DC. There are very few men today that can even touch his boot straps.


Added: June 13, 2013
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God rest his soul, a great soldier and human.

Added: June 11, 2013
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