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Audie Murphy was the best solder in ww2 and was very brave. i think what makes him so cool is that he is my part of my family.

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enjoyed the site.

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Just finished watching "To Hell and Back" and had to say "thank you " to the spirit of Audie Murphy for his galantry in WW2. I pray many young men walk in his shadow. Thank you also to all the men and women of all the wars. May GOD bless USA

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This is a wonderful website. I've been a fan of Audie Murphy for years and have a number of his films. I never thought I'd see his complete military file. That came as a complete surprise and it says a lot about the man.This death was especially tragic and it was very unfortunate. May he rest in peace.

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A true hero, being an Army brat, I've an idea. In this day and age the word hero is used way to freely. ThankU Audie and other soldiers.

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To AMMG:
Please assist a homeless veteran find a place to live and a job. Please provide contact names and background information to help a homeless veteran that will be on the way soon. Thank you for your time and consideration. Additionally, medication is necessary and not affordable.
Respectfully.
2/41ST Field Artillery, APO, NY, NY 09330.


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In 1955 we lived in Tyler, Texas and as people did in those days my family went to the airport to looks at the planes and people. Audie Murphy got off a plane and went to the water fountain and got a drink. I went over and got a drink after him. He was a hero and I will never forget seeing him and that drink of water. God bless Audie Murphy and all of our service men and women.

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i have nothing but respect for all the combat soldiers of ww2

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what a courages man of our history ,and should never be forgotton .only wish i could of met him what a shame how the coverage of his passing was so short after all he did for his country audey murphy rest in peace :) :)

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Audie Murphy was a hero and in this day and age where people look to celebrities and sports heroes, who dishonor the title "hero" in every way, Audie Murphy lived it. It is too bad there are not more people like him today.

May his soul rest is peace.

Thanks Audie for your service and your tireless love of this nation and your commitment to keep us safe.


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