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I have always enjoyed Audrey Murphy's movies.

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I learned about Audie Murphy at the induction Center at the Federal building in Downtown Dallas on August 23,1966.I knew of Audie Murphy as an actor.When I asked a marine Seargeant why was the picture of a movie actor at the US Army!s Indunction Center he told why,he told me that Audie Murphy was the most decorated GI in World War Two and ever since then I have had great respect for him.May he Rest in Peace!

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Gov. Perry awards Audie Murphy Texas Legislative Medal of Honor today!!!
Long overdue.


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As the daughter of an Army Seargent, the niece of an Army Ranger and the grandaughter of a WW2 veteran I grew up hearing and reading stories of men like Audie Murphy, Alvin York, and so many others. I love the fact that he was a Texan and if The Lord blesses me with children someday I plan to keep Mr. Murphy's memory alive along with all the other Texan and American heroes, at least in my family. My homeschooled siblings and myself grew up on his movies and at 24 I still love watching them! Thanks for your efforts to give honor where honor is due to a great American hero!

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Admirable soldat !
Excellent acteur de ma jeunesse !


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A true hero of the United States of America.
God Bless Audie Murphy.

Gary Walker
Vietnam Veteran 1968


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I learned about Audie Murphy through the movies that he made. What an incredible hero he was!!

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To A Great American Hero! I've enjoyed so many of his films, though never realized what a True hero He Is!! I just wish the politicians in Washington would serve this country so well.

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I remember him from when I was 5 years old.

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I grew up watching Audie's movies. He was always a great hero for me. He had the most wonderful smile. I remember hearing the report of his death that day in 1971 and feeling how it seemed like such a travesty that he had lived against impossible odds durring the war to then die in a plane crash. I loved his movies and still do to this day.

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