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I'm somewhat of a history buff and my father was in service during World War Two. So Audie Muurphy first got my attention in the movie about his exploits during the war. Then I had an opportunity to see some interviews with him, what struck is what a humble man he was despite his courage and hmeroism.

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A REAL AMERICAN HERO

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Love what you are doing for Audie Murphy and ensuring his legend never dies.

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I grew up watching Mr. Murphy in all his films. I didn't know about his heroism in the War until I was much older. But have always been a fan.

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I continue to watch those old Audi Murphy movies on the western station. He was a man of honor on and off the screen. Good guy...

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Audie Murphy,was & is one of the best actors. Not to mention a War HERO! Has always been my favorite. Still Love to watch his movies. A poet, songwriter, such a wonderful person, would love to have met him. I also love horses. Thanks to him & many more that served our Country. ALWAYS A FAN.

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I remember Audie Murphey after my High School days of 1956 and have watched his movie's and know some of his
history. But this site a friend sent me, this site is the
best i have ever seen. I have also googled him but have
never read it all. He was a person who should never be
forgotten. I will e'mail this site to all my friends.
Mr. Long medal


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Loved this young man when I was a youngster...just knew what a kind soul he was.I did not know about all of the medals...just felt that he was the kind of American I wanted to be. May his soul be dancing in a very happy place and may he know how grateful we all are.

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First heard of Audie Murphy when I was in college and took a course on WWII. Was impressed enough on what I heard about this young man and his desire to serve his country that I tracked down his autobiography and was even more impressed. Of course since then I've seen many of Audie's movies and loved them all but the best was when he protrayed himself reliving his experiences in Italy during the war.
We need more role models like Audie esecially during these difficult times in our country.
If you haven't visited his gravesite in Arlington Cemetery I would highly recmmend that you do on your next visit to the DC area.


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