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I have been a big fan of Audie Murphy since I was a little girl living in southeast Iowa...I am still a huge fan of his. He was America's hero inWW2 I wish I could have known him. Istill watch all his movies and read every book I can find. God bless Audie Murphy and his two sons. There will never be anyone like him.

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Texans should be proud and honored to celebrate Audie Murphy's life--I know I am.

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Audie Murphy was a real hero, a fellow soldier and a great actor. I always enjoy looking at his movies over and over again when I get the chance. Gone Too Soon.

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Was many, many years after Audie served but I served in B co1/15 Infantry in Germany. They Marched drown base theater once or twice year. Show us the movie to Hell and Back. Really looked up him always will.

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I have been a Audie Murphy fan since a little fella, loving his movies. Then discovering that he was a great American hero just cemented my feelings. All my children know about this good man and we will keep his memory always shared in this family.

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As the daughter of an army veteran of WWII (an hero forever in my eyes!) and a big fan of cowboy movies (who lives in TX now), I am so very pleased that this website exists to his honor! :)

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This is a man that deserves this honor more than most of the people I've seen receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the past 8 years.

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I am a USN veteran.

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I joined the US Army in January of 1956. I was lucky enough to be in the audience for a talk to the "young troops" by Major Audie Murphy while in Basic Training at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. No, I can't remember all that he said but I will never forget the feeling of comradery I had after his talk. I will always admire him.

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Audie Murphy was and still is my ultimate hero.

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