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I was born in Port Arthur, Texas and grew up as an Army Brat. My Dad landed in Normandy on June 6, 1944 with the 3rdArmored Div. It is possible he crossed paths with Audie somewhere in France. The parade in the opening scene reminded me of the Sat morning pass-in-reviews on Army bases we lived. I watched "To Hell and Back" 4 times in one day when I was 12. He and my father inspired me to seek a career in the military. Due to a sports injury, I could not pass the physical for a service academy. I chose Texas A&M as a route to a commission. I was unable to maintain the training requirements abd dropped out of ROTC. In 1965, the USAF put in flight school. Served until 1971.

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Enjoyed info very much.

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Although we have the same last name to the best of my know we are not related. But Audie has been a hero of my since I was a child and saw his first movie and was told who he was. He has given the strength to move forward at times in my life when I lived in nothing but fear.

Thank you Audie for showing me what a real hero looks like.


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I was raised watching "To Hell And Back" and other Audie Murphy movies. As I was growing up in the 70's and 80's, Audie Murphy was highly spoken of in our home.

Whenever "To Hell And Back" is showing on t.v., I watch it.

Great man. Great Hero.


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Thank you for your service Mr. Murphy. I would like to have known you.

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As a veteran of Vietnam, I know what war is like. Audie L. Murphy embodied the true American spirit. He did his duty not for self but for love of country. I salute him. My father landed on Omahabeach on DDay at 10:00 am as a combat medic. I was a radio operator in Vietnam and a Transportation Officer in Desert Storm. We are had when our country called. We are free because of men and women who gave all they had to a cause greater than their own. Ralph Moerschbacher, Captain, USAF Retired Vietnam and Desert Storm Veteran

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As an avid fan of Audie and his film work; I am proud of his contributions to art. But knowing the great acts he performed during war for his country and his men make me proud to be an American. A place where a young man gave so much for the freedom we know today. Thank you Audie Murphy, we need more brave men like you.

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He was so wonderful. He was a natural actor. We need more men like him. :D

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Great website.

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