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This man gave his life to our United States of America, we should not begrudge him a small piece if metal. My peers were born when he was fighting for freedom and no Communism. As we got older we found him in the movie's now we wait for at least one day a year we see "To Hell and Back" one of the best war made and Audie get's to star, Wonderful

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He was my 1st favorite actor. Later when I was in the 7th or 8th grade - around 1968, I found out that Audie was a war hero & the most decorated soldier!!! I am so proud of him & so glad I got to know him by watching his movies along with his movie "To Hell and Back" and the articles about him.

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We need to remember our war heros and make sure our children learn about them. They should not be forgotten.

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What a fine America Hero and human being! Love this guy, my father spoke of him also. Albert M Corral USMC.
WW2 South Pacific & Korea RIP 2002
Richard Corral


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Thank you for keeping the memories of a National Treasure Alive!

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Every time I read another excerpt of Murphy's life I'm in awe of the man. Unfortunately when I mention his name to the younger generation, they have no idea who he was. I visited his grave a couple of years ago and it was a moving experience let alone all the other graves at Arlington.

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I wish I could have met Mr Murphy. One of the Greatest American Soldiers we were able to have fighting for our Country! I love his movies and I do show them to my kids. Such a Great guy! RIP Mr Murphy!

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Audie Murphy was a shining example of our brave fine Military Men and Women. It is sad that men like him are not the heroes of our children, but rather the coward liberal elite stars of Hollywood are. Audie was not only one of the strong and the brave of our military, but made a name for himself in the movies back before they turned so antimilitary. His movies are great to watch still today, much better than most of the trash coming out of "tinsel town" today. He should never be forgotten and should be held up as a prime example of what it means to be a true American hero.

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Are you a Texas Incorporated federal approved 501(c)(3)? If you are, tell me how to donate to your cause.

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Served 1943 to 1946 with Audie in the 5th Army, 3rd Division, H.Q. Bravest man I ever met. It was an honor and privilege to serve and to know him.

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