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national treasure/hero

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War heroes must never be forgotten.

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Lest we forget

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I am a new member to the club and appreciate this website to help me study.

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I love your movies. My mother talked about your service to America.My mother passed her respect for you on to her children

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Just this week I re-read (again) 'To Hell and Back.' The movie does not do his autobiography justice.

His incredible luck spared him in WWII. His name must have been shortened from audacious because he was.

He often said he didn't know from where his courage emanated but I opine his Murphy surname gives us a clue.

While in Arlington Cemetery I only wanted to visit three grave sites: the Tomb of the Unknown, JFK and Audie Murphy. To this day I pray for the indomitable spirit he is.

Throughout the book he rememberd so many of those killed by name. i'm sure there are others who were able to do the same but Audie impressed me with this ability.

I cannot say enough about my admiration for him and the character he formed from God knows where.


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It is an honor to be born in the same country as this man and my son is named Leonidas in part because of Audie's middle name. I am glad you have this page and I hope my son can sign it too when I tell him about the great Audie Murphy.

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What a great soldier an American. Too bad he could not continue on to West Point. I think he would have done a greater service to this country.

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America needs a few more like him.....

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Admiration is not a strong enough word. When I was kid I would see him on television and in the newspapers a they would always mention all the medals was awarded but I didn't really have an appreciation for that at the time. Now an adult it's hard to believe that one man could do all that. It's hard enough to receive one much less all of the medals for valor.

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