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Thank-you for your couragous service to our country.
RIP sir. Forever Thankful, Gene Sgt USMC ret.


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I believe it is very important that today's students learn of Audie Murphy's selflessness and heroism.
Our WW II soldiers were true heroes.


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Loved him during his movie days and amazed a bit later of his military history. I was given an autograph about 30 years ago and hope I can find out if real or not.

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Any time I can watch a movie that has Audie Murphy in it I will. He was then and to this day still my "Hero". He was young and entergetic. People saw themselves in him. He was exactly what America stood for. Loyal, honest and trustworthy. Their will never be another Audie Murphy. From one Veteran to another. RIP..

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I have seen the film quick gun which I Enjoyed

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I just wish more people knew more about the greatest American Hero. I remember as a kid my parents took me to see "To Hell and Back. I am a Vietnam Combat Veteran and I know what it is to be in the excitement of combat and trying to find that adrenalin rush from combat after coming home. I have not went hunting but maybe twice since 1969. there just is not any fun in that and that is one of the hardest things to make people understand, especially your child as he wants you to take him hunting. I only took him a couple of times but my father-in-law and his uncles took him. We have never been close and it has been hard to try to be close to him. The disappointment of the name call of that we heard after we got home. I know to some degree how tormented Audie Murphy must have been after the things he encountered and I just wanted to say thanks for what he and only he could have done,

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I am a big fan of Audie Murphy's movies, but I am a bigger fan and admirer of Audie Murphy a true American hero. Audie as well as all of our heroes should never be forgotten.

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I just read Audie Murphies biography, what a hero,it's sad we do not hear of Audie and others who sacrificed their lives for our country.

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Hello,
Being a military historian, the remarkable exploits of Audie Murphy have fascinated me for decades, continually asking myself the questions:

How colossal is the measure of this man?
and
Can I imagine myself under anything remotely close to the circumstances Murphy underwent in combat?

Thank you for the invitation to sign your guestbook

Will


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Would like to send out my Deepest of Sympathies to the Families of Audie Murphy...he truly is missed...Great Actor..Watch all his movies... :!cry: :!cry:

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