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A great man and great soldier should be remembered forever.

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Audie Murphy was a man of courage and demonstrated tremendous love for his country. May He Rest In Peace and not be forgotten by generations to come.

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I am now 73 but since 10 years old have been an ardent fan of Audie Murphy. In deed I was in tears at the age of 13 when my friend's brother cut around Audie's signed picture that was my pride and joy. I still have it to this day and it has been everywhere with me. Everytime an Audie Murphy film is on, my husband would let me know. He even was attentive when I, just today, read out a short biography about Audie Murphy, and this is most unusual as he never listens to me! I think secretly he admires Audie for the Medals and citations he acquired during WWII and for his movie achievements. I am sure Audie's family are proud he was their father, grandfather, uncle and great-uncle.
Here's to commemorating Audie Murphy's Death on 28 May. You helped to give us Freedom and Joy in your Movie Career.


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I saw To Hell and Back...... when it came out. It made a lasting impression. I have been by the crash site on the Appalachian trail many times. We are fast losing all our heroes.

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I GREW UP WATCHING HIS MOVIES. I WAS AMAZED TO FIND OUT HE WAS THE MOST DECORATED SOLDIER FROM WW2. HE PLAYED HIMSELF AND RIGHTFULLY SO IN THE MOVIE BASED ON HIS LIFE. HE INSPIRED MANY OF US. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.

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I grew up watching Audie Murphy movies thinking all the time that he was my hero. Little did I know that he was an actual real life hero and I found this out when I read "To Hell and Back". What an amazing and frightening story. My Dad was in WWll but nothing close to the action seen by Audie. May he always stay in our hearts and rememerances. I'm going to France in October and I hope I will have the opportunity to find his memorial, which would be a great honor to visit. Never forget our veterans!

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I Loved watching Audie Murphy westerns. I watch them over and over again. I have watched "To Hell and Back" about 10 times. It was a great movie, about the most decorated hero in world war 2.

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My humble salute to a true hero.

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SSG Maldonado curently stationed in Fort Gordon Georgia, ITD/AIT instructor. Very well organized website, I like to read about Audie Murphy and here I have everything I needed. Thanks guys for a well done job.

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* SSG E-6 Willie Williams Jr (Retired) B. Company 2nd Inf. 2nd Bn. The 1st Inf Division (1966-1968). Battle of Bau Bang II-The Battle of Chon Ton.(Thirteen (13) Company Commanders: CPT: Carr-CPT: Gratzer.

* MACV Team # 41 Kontum

* USARV Saigon

* 95th Hospital Danang

Military Movies (US Army Signal Corps) Lam Son II. 1967


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