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In this day and age it is a shame that we don't honor our veterans the way they were honored after WW11.
My husband served in Vet Nam and didn't get any recognition at all.


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I have been a Audie Murphey since I was a child. Before I knew he was a wae hero. I liked his movies. I am an Air Force Veteran, having served in South Viet-Nam. I have seen almost all of his movies and "TO Hell and Back" several times. I am a member of the VFW, here in Louisiana. I am proud to be an American and Proud of Audie Murphy. My cousin Ralph LaBauve passed away in 2007; He was a decorated U.S.Marine,and served in Korea. God Bless all our Vet erans.

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This is one of the greatest men who ever lived. While in the Army "1992-96" I heard of him, never realized how great of a man he was until recently. I wish there were more men like him serving. There are alot of present day hero's and I give thanks but this site is about Audie Murphy. Thank you for you service!

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My father served in the WW2 and the two wars that followed. I my favorite movie by him is TO HE'LL AND BACK. It bring tears to my eyes everytime.

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what a wonderful website and tribute to a giant of a man. Thank you.

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I SERVED IN USN 12YRS AND I'AM PROUD TO SAY AUDRY
IS ONE OF HERO'S. AS BOY IN TV AND AS AN ADULT.


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Being Viet Nam vet I am proud to have fought for my country during a time of so much turmoil at home. It gives me much pleasure to know Audie was such a great American. I wonder what his legacy would have been if he would have lived a full life.

We must never forget our lost heros.


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Love Audie Murphy

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A real war heroe's memory will never die .

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Forbid us to forget this unselfish hero.

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