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It is a shame that Mr. Murphy died at such a young age.
I have always liked his movies. He made the viewer become involved in his character. I am very sorry that he is still missing his Texas medal. There are so many that have fought for our country, that did not receive the credit they were due for their heroic service for the United States of America. Our government should reward this men for their lost lives, and the battle symptoms they came home from war with.
Sincerely,
Mary Jo Clark Jensen


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A true hero. As are all vets, thanks for the great sight,

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I am very proud of him.

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What a perfect Sunday, August 14, 2016 to find this website!
My Best Friend introduced my to Audie Murphy on this day, her birthday!
Thank you, Kimberlee for teaching me about the Greatest War Hero ever and his work and concern for fellows suffering from PTSD, from which I suffer...


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Thank you for everything that you did for the United States and for humanity as a whole.

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Just visited Alsace Lorraine where he earned some of his medals. Very touching...

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Mr. Murphy has been a hero of mine since my earliest childhood memories.

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I just discovered this site. However, I have been an Audie Murphy fan all of my life. Sixty one years. I served in the US Army 1973-1976. I am very concerned about preserving our herritage, and instilling in our young people, the responsibilities they carry to honor those folks who paid. After Audie Murphy's death, the press clearly stated their position on such matters. It is my duty to ensure my grandchildren learn, and always remember freedom is not free. Westerns are watched on a daily basis in my house. The old ones that is. Audie Murphy left us with pure, family entertainment. It reflected our past as a nation, and certainly defined who he was in real life. A true American Hero! Thanks for the website.
Jim Hester


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You will always be remembered.

Added: August 10, 2016
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Just want to say America needs to remember. No one realizes What their lives would be like without the people who fought for our freedom and rights. I Will never forget Mr. Murphy...the greatest hero of the greatest generation. As I will never forget my father who fought in ww2 also..

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