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The greatest patriot of all time, thank you for your service and dedication !!!

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Paying my respects to a great American hero. Audie L Murphy. Thank you for paving the way ahead for Us soldiers.

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As a Texan, I am very proud of Mr. Murphy's accomplishments. As an Army Veteran, I'm very grateful for how he served his country. As a lover of good westerns, I'm overjoyed by his contributions. Today was the first time my wife EVER enjoyed a Western. She was born in New York City. We watched " Posse From Hell" and she was riding and shooting with Cole, Caddo, (the characters name escapes me right now) and John Saxon. Thank you Audie Murphy for how you have enriched my life.
Rod Jeter


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My first movie star crush was Audie Murphy. What's changed? Nothing except that now I am 70 and still hold him in the highest regard. He is undoubtedly the reason I have such a passion to support military men and women. I believe he is the one "star" that did not disappoint.

Audie is also the personification of what we know now is an "undiagnosed/untreated case" of PTSD. As one who lived through the Vietnam era and now Afghanistan and Iraq, I have worked with and to support military suffering from PTSD and whose sacrifice is carried forward long after their return.

God Bless Audie Murphy and the example he's been to our nation and to service men and women for decades.

Author Joyce Godwin Grubbs


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I have always deeply admired Audie Murphy for his character from a youth on... Few could ever live up to the high expectations he set for himself. A true American hero. He was also my FAVORITE actor. My grandson who is entering the Marines soon, was very impressed with what I related to him about this great man who he had no knowledge of. I will continue to pass the word. We lost him all too soon...

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I first became interested in Audie Murphy after seeing the movie "To Hell and Back." Knowing it was a true story, I was impressed by the level of responsibility felt by what I would these days call "a kid." I have since seen that movie no less than 10 times; every time I catch it on cable I simply must watch it. I so regret that Audie Murphy died at such a young age because I would have loved to have heard him speak about his life. Thank you for this wonderful website which is very informative and entertaining. I believe in every great while there is a person who comes along which is of such great influence and makes such an impression that we know we will never see another one like him. To me Audie Murphy is one of those people.

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Great web site. Thanks

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Its a crying shame that the younger generation dosen't know about Audie. America greatest HERO.

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I've been an admirer nearly all my life. I was in the Submarine Service 1959 to 1965. Audie was an inspiration and likely influenced me to serve my country. I wish he had lived a full life as many of us have.

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Audie Murphy will never be forgotten. I will always remember as a ittle girl looking at the pictures of him in his dress uniform with all his medals and campaign ribbons.
hero for all the ages.


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