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visited his grave in Arlington

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ENJOYED ALL OF AUDIES MOVIES :!call: :o

Added: October 18, 2014
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He's a true American hero. My dad was in Vietnam & my Pawpaw Lawley was in WW 2. These men sacrificed their lives and their family's lives for this country. We were blessed in that they both survived those wars but my dad lost his best friend who was fighting at his side. Please give the men and women who fight for our freedom the recognition they deserve. Thank you.

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A great actor and a very brave man being an ex British soldier I salute you

Added: October 17, 2014
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I MEET AUDIE WHEN HE WAS MAKING THE MOVIE 'the gun runner" eddie albert,everett Sloane carlos romero, in Newport beach calif.feb.3 1958 also part of the flim.i have some pic. and auto. woundering of they are worth anything or someone would just want them? I fear they will one day be garbage,for any body in my family.thanks he was a great person.we were jr. in high school and was down with the actors everyday when they were fliming,excitment for us young girls

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I was participating in an annual training conducted where I work in one of California's Correctional Institutions. Most of my coworkers were custody officers, many who have military backgrounds. Average age was probably in or close to 40 years of age. The presenter put up a picture of Audie Murphy asking the class if anyone knew who he was. Sadly I was the only person to raise my hand.

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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.


Added: October 16, 2014
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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.

Added: October 15, 2014
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Fine Soldier

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