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I shall forever be a fan of Audie Murphy, watching his films, which I saw as a young women before knowing his war history captured my imagination as to his gentleness as well as his strength of character.

No-one to me captured a person true to himself. Long may they continue to show the American western films he starred in on British TV.


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As a fellow US Infantryman and Infantry Officer, I have admired MAJ Murphy's military and personal accomplishments. I empathize with his struggle against PTSD. I am a multi-war vet, entering the Army as a Private during Vietnam and retiring as a Colonel in 2011. I have visited his grave in Arlington many times. As long as I am alive, Audie Murphy will not be forgotten.

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Keep up the good work!

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Audie Murphy is and will always be one of the bravest, most courageous soldiers who ever lived in America, and the world.

I praise and salute him!

Clyde
USAF Veteran


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Mr. Murphy has always been my hero since childhood

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I am watching an Audie Murphy western now. I also have visited this great Hero's grave.
Thank you to all those who made this website.
Thank you Audie!


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My father Everett T Tipton and Lattie Tipton were cousins.

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Much respect and thanks for his service. I am sure you know that in 1947 the President and Congress passed that anyone with a combat infantry badge was also entitled to receive a Bronze Star for Metorious service. So he should have (2) Oak Leaf on his award. Total of (3)Bronze Stars.

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I remember watching Audie Murphy acting and thinking he was just an actor. My father assured me he was the real deal. Not only a wonderful actor but a true hero. It's a shame his valor hasn't stayed in the public's awareness. The upcoming generations are missing out on a role model. Audie Murphy we thank you for being there for so many.

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I watched his movies and then I realised he was a real live hero
Pity there's not more like him in they world

William gleeson
Ireland


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