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I.grew up always admiring his courage. I also enjoyed his movies as a kid and even now as an older adult.
I told my children and grandchildren about him and what a great hero he was.


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What an American Hero. I have used his live in many operturnities to teach young SOLDIERS What to do in the face or danger many times.

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Fine Soldier

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Audie Murphy was the best solder in ww2 and was very brave. i think what makes him so cool is that he is my part of my family.

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enjoyed the site.

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Just finished watching "To Hell and Back" and had to say "thank you " to the spirit of Audie Murphy for his galantry in WW2. I pray many young men walk in his shadow. Thank you also to all the men and women of all the wars. May GOD bless USA

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This is a wonderful website. I've been a fan of Audie Murphy for years and have a number of his films. I never thought I'd see his complete military file. That came as a complete surprise and it says a lot about the man.This death was especially tragic and it was very unfortunate. May he rest in peace.

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A true hero, being an Army brat, I've an idea. In this day and age the word hero is used way to freely. ThankU Audie and other soldiers.

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To AMMG:
Please assist a homeless veteran find a place to live and a job. Please provide contact names and background information to help a homeless veteran that will be on the way soon. Thank you for your time and consideration. Additionally, medication is necessary and not affordable.
Respectfully.
2/41ST Field Artillery, APO, NY, NY 09330.


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