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Our greatest hero. I enjoy to this day his western movies and shows. Wish we could have had him longer. Rest in Peace.

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A True American Hero .. loved all his Movies.
No Soldier should ever be forgotten... NEVER!!!!!


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I remember!

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I spent 2 years at ft benning ,ga with the 3rd inf divison, toasted audie at the Patton house in 1955

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Born 2 weeks after Pearl Harborwith memories of wartime. As a 12 yo girl, fell in love with Audie still love him. He touches my heart deeply--- already showing the stuff of a hero by age 12 himself. After the war he continued to live as a hero, not by virtue of his combat record but by his character-- always able to cut through to the core reality and react quickly with a keen instinct for the lay of real terrain and life's terrain. Never focused on self , always polite, gentle and compassionate unless roused to his quick anger by some injustice, particularly to others. He struggled with PTSD with as great a courage as he showed in combat and today's soldiers owe much to him as he led the way to mental health treatment for vets though he himself never received such. As a mental health therapist with a speciality in PTSD, I appreciate this site, keeping his memory alive, as today's folk need such models as much as ever we did.

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I was in Fort Hood Texas when Murphy was flying over to and killed in 1971 in the plane he was riding.My Husband was in the Army at the time we loved watching Mr. Murphy movie's to hell n back I loved that movie My husband was Sgt Robert L Solomon Jr.US Army Vetman 69-70-71 in Fort Hood

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A true Texas hero. His wife was a hero too, helping many Vets in VA hospitals. May they both RIP.

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What can I say about Audie, such a great actor and a brave soldier. all the peoples lives he saved. But love watching his films. my sons say 'mum your boyfriend was on' my Audie my special cowboy. Restin peace Audy You biggest fan pat x

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We should never forget our soldiers.

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May all time favorite WWII Veteran and movie star! To Hell and Back an amazing movie of Audie Murphy's live story! Thank you for your service! R.I.P. hero!

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