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I have been a fan since I was a little girl. Still am a fan and agreat admirer. Don't let his memory die out. He was and still is an inspiration to all.

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Great man

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I am a long time admirer of Audie Murphy. As a boy and young man in the mid 1950's onwards, I enjoyed all of his movies in our local picture house in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Audie was always a big hero to me.

I remember the day he died, as I was driving my car, the news bulletin advised of a light aircraft carrying Audie had disappeared presumed crashed. I was devastated.

You will never be forgotten - Audie Murphy.


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I'm honored to be an American if Audie Murphy in 2016 is remembered. I've seen his movies but until yesterday never knew the hero.

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Thank you for your service to our country.

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If there ever was a man to look up to for every generation it was Audie Murphy. :)

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Should never be forgotten.

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I enjoyed learning about Audie Murphy.

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Audie Murphy will never be forgotten. My grandfather was in the third wave at Normandy. Although he was not a recognized like Audie, to me he was a hero like all those who served in WW2. Thank you Audie for helping to preserve freedom from tyranny.

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I am a long-time fan of this true American hero. I began watching his movies when I was a kid (I'm 64) & was impressed by his genuine "niceness". I didn't find out about his heroism until later. I have a DVD collection of what movies I can find. Some are hard to get. It's too bad that a real heros like Audie is overlooked these days in favor of sports personages people call "heros". Kids today could learn a lot about patriotism & honor from Audie's life.

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