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He made the best westerns...right up there w/John Wayne,Jimmy Stewart,& Randolph Scott.

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My parents new Mr. Murphy.

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America needs a hero like Audie Murphy more than ever before. Americans are forgetting their past because we stopped teaching American History in our schools.

A country that has forgotten it's past doesn't know where it came from or where it's going. A very sad state of affairs.

Thank you for putting this sight together. May God bless you.


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God bless the greatest generation.

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He was a Great Man!

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How glad I am that I found this site and so have the opportunity to pay a tribute to Audie. It is a wonderful job you are doing.

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My wife and I have lived in Texas since 1979 and I served in Vietnam. I did not know Audie was from Texas. I pray that he is never forgotten.

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I was curious as to the whereabouts of the Audie Murphy Ranch in Perris Ca. I have seen writings about the Perris Ranch I am curious as to the location. Is it preserved in someway? Is the ranch still in existence? If so is open to the public?

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I had the honor of marching in review in front of Captain Audie Murphy , in 1954 , in Ft. Benning ,Ga., when we ,the 47th infantry div. with the upsidedown jockstrap patch, from camp Rucker, Ala., became the blue and white patched 3rd infantry division.......Needless to say , it was one of the proudest moments of my life ....Frank

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Audey Murphy was one of the most charismatic people in my life time. I am 73 years of age and have
followed any tidbits of information I could find on him
for as long as I can remember.
He was not only a hero for our great country, he was also an intersting man and actor.


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