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Great site.

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As a boy growing up in Trinidad, West Indies in the 1960's, Audie Murphy was a hero of ours. To this day, I remember him and is one of my 2 heroes throughout my life, alongside Mahatma Gandhi. Every time a movie of his is on tv I must watch all or if not, at least a part of it. May he rest in peace and receive God's blessings for his heroics for this great country and others during WWII.

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It's wonderful that there is a site for one of our good American heros. Too many times people forget, become complacent, or just never knew what sacrifices our combat soldiers endure for such little reward. Our best gift is to never forget.

God bless you.


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Audie Murphy is the kind of heroes that America needs today.

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I recently visited the Audie Murphy Memorial at the place of the Colmar pocket battle in France. Audie is respectfully honored and remembered. Our tour guide, Malcolm Waddell,gave an exact account of Audie Murphy's one-man-stand atop a burning tank. At the conclusion of Malcolm's account he recited the Veteran's Prayer. All in our group were moved to tears.

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old soldier looking up other old soldiers

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Audy seemed to be a modest man, not a gung ho manufactured hero, but a genuine modest american, not a warmonger but a patriot. A man whom America can be justly proud of.

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a great site to learn about a great man

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My grand daughter Kistina Fallis was just inducted to the Audie Murphy board. What an honor.

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Every Medal of Honor Heroe deserves something like this to be done for them. In memory of not only their Honor and what they did for their brothers in arms with them in foxholes, in fighter planes on ships or in submarines but what we as a people of the United States of America need to do for our selves in order that we do not let our selves down by letting our heroes down because we forgot what they did to PROTECT OUR WAY OF FREEDOM and TO KEEP IT THAT WAY !!!!!!!!!!

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