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We need a man like Audie Murphy today to run for political office.
A great man who loved this country with his heart and soul.


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At the age of ten I watched the Movie To Hell And Back, was so moved that I told myself that I was going to join the Army and be just like Audie.. I join at age eighteen and stayed twenty three years. I ventured to the Audie Murphy Museum in Greenville, Tx and when they opened the Audie Murphy VA Hospital in San Antonio, Tx., I visited as well. Courage is the word in use to describe Audie Murphy and tell as many young men about him that will take time to listen. Courage.

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I always liked to watch his films in the sisty,s when I was a Kid I still like to watch them although they very rairly come on to British tv know a days. I have also Read some pieses in books etc and think he is a man who should be rememberd for all time.

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What a wonderful way to preserve his memory. I am impressed. Thank you, still a fan

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i always liked his movies when i was a teenager

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One of America's finest !

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Great American Hero!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I am an avid fan of Audie L.Murphy's movies specially the movie To Hell and Back that I saw when I was still in grade school back here in my country. He was a fine and brave man that no one can duplicate all his achievements in life..

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My family and I had the opportunity to visit Mr. Murphy's grave at Arlington and it was very humbling. Thank you Mr. Murphy for your service to our country! The Walker's

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he was a modest,intellegent,brave and honest American. He really should have gotten 3 or 4 Medals Of Honor, but the powers that be didn't believe that one individual should get more than one. So they gave him every other medal that they could think of. He did not believe that he should have been honored like he was. He just did what he had to do to protect his friends and his fellow combatants. Just think all of that bravery from one little Texan! I'm just proud to have served in the US military and proud to be an American. God bless the United States of America!

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