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BLESS HIS HEART . I TRULY BELIEVE HE WAS A VERY GOOD PERSON. HE ENTERED THE SERVICE IN ORDER TO FEED HIS YOUNGER BROTHERS AND SISTERS . I BELIEVE HE WAS SO GENEROUS .
IT IS A SHAME THAT THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS HAVE NO IDEA WHO HE WAS . ASK YOURSELF IF YOU WOULD HAVE PUT YOURSELF IN THE LINE OF FIRE FOR A LITTLE BIT OF MONEY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR SIBLINGS . AT 5'5" IT MUST HAVE BEEN HELL TO FACE WHAT HE DID !!! LONG LIVE ONE OF THE GREATEST AMERICANS TO EVER SHOULDER A GUN TO HELP SAVE THIS COUNTRY FROM TYRANNY !


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A true American hero who should be remembered by future generations.

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:D

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Loved him in movies. Sadly, I had no idea he was a decorated soldier - let alone the most decorated soldier! I don't even remember hearing he had passed away. Figured by now that he had. I accidentally came upon his picture and decided to google him. That's how I ended up here. Thank you to the teacher and all who have been a part of this website.

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As a life long resident of Texas I never knew much about Audie Murphy. My wife and I visited a museum in Hillsboro , TX this past week and there was alot of information about Audie.
What a great man he was!


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served in the 1 Battalion 15 infantry.
my uncle, PFC Levere Reider also was in same unit. he was killed in action during the second world war.
I am interested in joining the fan club.


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Recently I entered a Walmart located at 72nd & Sheridan streets...there on the wall, conspicuously located, was a collage of photos of military heroes from various conflicts in our nation's history.
There was a photo of 'Audie' Murphy, however under his photo his name was misspelled. The name 'Artie' Murphy was placed.
I brought this error to the attention of the store manager who said that he would bring the error to upper management attention.
I made the statement that 'Audie' deserved to have his name spelled correctly since he was our nation's most decorated military veteran of WW II .
Weeks later, I walked into the same store & NO CORRECTION was made under his photo. Again I brought the glaring error to store's attention and again, it was stated that the error would be corrected.
Yesterday, I entered this store & again...nothing had been done.
Bringing this deliberate failure to honor 'Audie' in an appropriate manner to your attention.
Hope you can contact Walmart Headquarters & bring this now deliberate failure to justly honor 'Audie' to a correct conclusion.
After all...'Audie' has EARNED our nation's rightful respect to spell his name CORRECTLY.


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My brother is an avid fan of Audie Murphy. He is special needs and I plan to take him to the museum in Greenville, Texas sometime this year.

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True American Hero

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In the summer of 1944 or 1945, I was seven years old and stood on the steps of the courthouse in Greenville,Texas and saw Audie have his medal of honor pinned on his chest. I remeber the terrible sunburn I got that day.George Lowe

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