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I grew up watching the 'old style' Westerns and especially movies that Audie Murphy starred in. He had an appeal like John Wayne and was loved just as much. :)

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Wish we had more good examples like Audie Murphy for young people to follow than what they call today's "heroes". Really have enjoyed his film career. :!movie:

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I am the daughter of an Army veteran, Special Forces, fought in three wars. I have lived my entire life with an acute understanding of the mind set of a soldier. I live in Fayetteville, NC... Home of the history of heroes. I'll never forget Audie Murphy.

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This is an honor to put my name in a guest book of someone that was amazing.

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A Great site to our heroes.

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I just spent over an hour on youtube from the link on this site. Have always found Mr. Murphy intriguing and heroic. Although he didn't see himself as heroic....those guys never do!
He lived in his 40 some years the life of 4 people!
Odd as it is, I love the idea of this person from Texas. Most branches of the military said no way. It's funny, nowadays kids are saying 'I cant believe that team didn't take him, look how good he is!' We do not have heros like this anymore. A man, a mission, and a duty to carry it out. Love your memory Mr. Murphy. May it live as long as Achilles!


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Although I am a career Marine, since I was a younster, I have admired Audie Murphy for his bravery, character, and superb service to our country. I have also thoroughly enjoyed watching his many movies, particularly "To Hell and Back."

He is truly the quintessential "American Hero" in so many ways. It is a pity he died so young, with so much left to offer.

May God forever bless his memory.


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looked over website. Very interesting and informative.

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Belonged to fan club in the 50's. Am still in awe of Audie Murphy. This sight is amazing.

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I remember Audie Murphy from his western and war movies and have always admired his courage, bravery, and character. I wish more young folks knew more about him. To me he stands tall up there as a True American Hero like Big John Wayne. I have visited his gravesite at Arlington many times. I wish we had more American Heros we could look up to like Audie Murphy. JER 29:11

John D. Williams
July 26, 2011


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