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He will always be missed

Added: November 26, 2014
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Been a devoted fan for the passed 60 years. Visited Arlington on 3 occasions to pay my respects and Holtzwhir once to stand and stare.

Have just finished reading a book by Ann Levingston Joiner called, A Myth in Action, The Heroic Life of Audie Murphy. Which has made me think deeply about this mans troubled life and how he coped.

Never a day goes by without thinking of Audie, thank you America for producing such a unique person.


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I grew up watching and reading about Audie Murphy. I only wish I could have met him in person. We need more men like him today!!!!!!!
John Hagan


Added: November 25, 2014
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Audie Murphy became one of my personal heroes at an early age, when I watched "To hell and back". To think that a young man of his stature could go on to become our most decorated soldier in history is amazing. And all the while he would just say he was just doing his job. No wonder he came home and became one of the box office's top money makers until "Star Wars". What I love the most about him is that it never went to his head. :)

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He was such a hero,I watch the movie every nite,my wish is to some day visit his grave site,to honor him,or to shake his sons hand and tell them what a great man their father was,I think my facebook friends must be tired of me posting,well going to watch a good movie tonite,yep to hell and back,I heard he wasn't to happy with the movie ,but we could see what great man he was,a fan forever ,Margaret James

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May you rest in peace!!!!!!!

Added: November 20, 2014
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Have been a huge fan for many many years.I have named a clan..To Hell & Back...in his memory on the hugely popular game "Clash of Clans". I hope that sits well with you.

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When my father went to the Audie Murphy VA hospital I found that Mr.Murphy was famous. I had seen some of his films but was unaware of his military life. May this man never be forgotten, he was a true hero. God bless.

Added: November 19, 2014
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This is a great site honoring our great hero Audie Murphy! Everyone should know about him!

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Audie Murphy and all of America's heroes must be remembered and honored throughout history so that our children can keep our American Heritage noble and our strength in tact.

Added: November 19, 2014
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