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Awesome, awesome site! It was a pleasure visiting, the man was pretty awesome too.
Thank you
Tracey Parsons


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This is a fabulous website honoring America's greatest war hero Audie Murphy. I have been a huge fan of his movies, especially the westerns, all my life. I think he was a very underrated actor and was much better than the critics would acknowledge. His movies were crowd pleasers, entertaining, and family friendly. He was a true life hero and the perfect western cowboy; smart, strong, brave, and handsome. I was so saddened when he was killed. I found it so ironic that he defied death so many times during the war and that his luck finally ran out on a mountaintop in Virginia. It is shameful that so many young people have never heard of him. I'll always remember and respect the remarkable life of Audie Murphy.

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I am a proud veteran Marines 78-81 Army 83-88.

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Recently read Bill Oreiley's Killing Patton book and was surprised that Audie wasn't mentioned in the Battle of the Bulge section - what a shame!

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Much love from the Philippines <3

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Absolutely amazing story, so very thankful for men like this that give us our freedom! My grandfather was a WWII Vet, his stories were my favorite thing growing up reading about. Mr. Murphy has been an amazing thing for me, God bless him and the USA.

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I grew up watching Audie Murphy movies. Mr. Murphy was a Hero and I feel it is a shame he only received a little over A MINUTE OF RECOGNITION for his sacrifices and his lifetime of movie enjoyment for the public. This man was a hero, son,brother, cousin, uncle,father and a friend. How is it people are forgotten? Thank you Audience for all you have given. God Bless your family.

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Just Taking a few minutes to remember an American Hero.

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I am a fan of this great American Hero. I am a fan of his cowboy movies.

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Childhood hero and very high respect for him always

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