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He Was A Great Man ! My father was in WWII., too. Most of our country's great men and women of that area, have all been called to that higher power, to serve the Lord. Missed, but not for gotten, by people born in the fifty's and before. :)

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Audie Murphy. The man. The Legend. Truly an inspiring gentleman. Currently serving in the military, and I owe that to him.

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Audie Murphy reminds me of my dad--who was also a decorated veteran.

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Very nice.

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Let's never forget Audie Murphy!

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Just visited the World War II museum in New Orleans and I am reminded of what a great man Audie Murphy was and hopefully his memory and what he fought for will never be forgotten.

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rest in peace

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thank you to Mr. Murphy for helping save the world during the war. thank you for the great movies

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visited his grave site a few weeks ago on an Honor Flight for Viet Nam vets ; fantastic trip . It amazes me how many of the younger generation don't know of him , very sad to hear they don't know more of his history, so i take the time to explain it to them.

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In my early teens I acquired a book about medal of Honor winners and what they did to win their medal of course Lt. Murphy was in the book and I had already seen some of his movies so began my admiration of him. I read every thing i could find about him. I still watch his movies and I plan to show my grandsons his movies tell them who he was and that he is the kind of American that they should want to be.
I hope that the foreword on this sight is wrong and that Lt. Murphy is never forgotten. I know I will never forget him as long as I'm alive.


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