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I signed in here once from Iraq. Since then the 3rd ID big band song has been stolen now that Audie's wife has died. Shame be upon ye forever. See you at fiddler's green Pamela and Audie. Hell to Abe.

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I was pleased to be in Arlington last Friday and witnessed the bestowing of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Award. I vaguely remembered my Parents telling me about his army career when we saw one of his films on TV. My dad was a sgt in the British army and I was moved to witness the ceremony before and after the changing of the guard. I also share his birthday! :)

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We are Blessed to have people like Audie Murphy.

Added: June 25, 2015
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Every American should have the values and honor that Mr. Murphy had.

Added: June 25, 2015
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I have always been amazed at Mr. Murphy's military accomplishments and being at such at a young age. I have two grown sons ages, 30 and 23, with 2 grandchildren. I'm also a nurse of 33 years and seen my share of All kinds of death. What I do know about him and many young men like him is that our God and creator of All was with him and them on those terrible battlefields. I thank Mr.Murphy"s family for sharing their memories with the all of us. We can watch him in his movies and thank God for helping him make us free.

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Growing up and watching Audie Murphy movies was one of the reason I join the Marine Corps.He had his demons and he work them out but he was a great American Hero. HERE"s to you Audie Murphy! And American Hero!.

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A Great American to be Remembered for All Time.

Added: June 24, 2015
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I grew up in the 1950's idolizing Audie Murphy. I was raised as a child in Abilene, Texas. My father was a WWII veteran. In my opinion Audie Murphy is the icon of his generation of citizens who went to war and served with great valor then came home and established himself a star in the movies. He makes me proud to be an American.

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I visited the AM memorial at Colmar with a Viking River Cruise group. The guide was great in pointing out the differences in the movie and actual combat situation. Still can not figure out why the movie was at least not filmed in the winter vs summer.

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