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One of the greatest heroes in our countries history. At 5'5" he faced any enemy with remarkable results. I am glad to have found this website as it honors a very great American hero.

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Ever since I saw "To Hell and Back" (which I have seen hundreds of times and make sure my kids and grandchildren see it at least once) I have been a fan of this man among men. I know I have seen every movie he made as they came out and now that I am in my 70"s and have had at least 20 family members, men and women in service from WWII, Korea, Cold, Cuban Crisis (me) Vietnam (me) and 1st. Gulf War, 2nd. Gulf, Afghanistan to present, I have gained a very special appreciation for the Man that Audie was and what he became and what I am sure he would have only been such a positive force in a country that sorely needs a man such as Audie.

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I am honored to have found this site abd would like to thank his loved ones for his service to his country abd the other vets.

Added: July 9, 2014
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Every time I see that a Audie Murphy picture,is scheduled, to come on I set my recorder to record his movie, especially the movie "To Hell and BACK"my favorite Audie Murphy movie.I will always remember Audie as a great American.

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I shall forever be a fan of Audie Murphy, watching his films, which I saw as a young women before knowing his war history captured my imagination as to his gentleness as well as his strength of character.

No-one to me captured a person true to himself. Long may they continue to show the American western films he starred in on British TV.


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As a fellow US Infantryman and Infantry Officer, I have admired MAJ Murphy's military and personal accomplishments. I empathize with his struggle against PTSD. I am a multi-war vet, entering the Army as a Private during Vietnam and retiring as a Colonel in 2011. I have visited his grave in Arlington many times. As long as I am alive, Audie Murphy will not be forgotten.

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Keep up the good work!

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Audie Murphy is and will always be one of the bravest, most courageous soldiers who ever lived in America, and the world.

I praise and salute him!

Clyde
USAF Veteran


Added: July 7, 2014
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Mr. Murphy has always been my hero since childhood

Added: July 6, 2014
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I am watching an Audie Murphy western now. I also have visited this great Hero's grave.
Thank you to all those who made this website.
Thank you Audie!


Added: July 6, 2014
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