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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.

Added: April 24, 2017
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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.


Added: April 20, 2017
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Terry & Skip,

Your Dad has been a source of inspiration throughout my life. It started with myself and my Dad watching To Hell and Back on television in the late 60's?

Not too far into the movie, my Dad told me this was a true story, it really happened. I ask Dad what the soldier's name was? He said Audie Murphy. I said, no
the real guy? He said his name is Audie Murphy and that's him. Getting frustrated, I said no not the actor, what was the real solder's name! This went on for a couple minutes, and it eventually got through to me that Audie Murphy was a soldier and an actor!

I was captivated as I watched the movie. Thinking this is a real story and "that guy" IS Audie Murphy. And using a real General for the introduction with his words of praise for your Father was genius, along with the MOH presentation. The pictures of his fallen friends, great stuff then and now.

It is a happy memory, watching your Dad and the time spent with my Dad. I hope both of you are healthy and happy.

Jerry L. Scherschel
Kansas City, MO


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Thanks Hero

Added: April 13, 2017
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My best wishes to Terry and Skip.

Fond memories of cub scouts and building the wooden race cars in Cub Scouts...more than a few years or decades ago.

Also remember your mom taking you out to Brown's for a hot fudge sunday for either Terry's or Skip's birthday. I got to come along.

After I left Cambell Hall, didn't have any contact.

The death of your father was a shame, and I am so sorry for you.

Lost my folks 2005. My dad used to go to Sepulvada VA to get some of his meds. Did not know at the time that your mom worked there.

Best wishes to you and your family.

Bruce Malby


Added: April 12, 2017
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I grew up admiring Audie Murphy and his heroism after watching the movie "To Hell and Back". I then looked for and have watched most of his movies over the years. He was a greatest hero of our "Greatest Generation", and a fine actor. His premature loss was a very sad day for me.

Added: April 9, 2017
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Honored to be a guest on our great hero's site

Added: April 9, 2017
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I just watched a tribute to Audie Murphy. He was great. Wish more teenagers would follow in his footsteps. May you rest in peace Audie.

Added: April 5, 2017
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Thank you for this site. I think many people forget what it takes to keep people free. It is the effort of people like Audie Murphy who laid the foundation for the freedoms we all would otherwise be without.
Thank you to all who have served our country.


Added: April 7, 2017
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