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My comment is as a kid growing up in the 60's& 70's I loved the Saturday and Sunday army & western movies with all the old time actors but mostly it was audience Murphy my father was a wwiI vet and started telling me the stories of audie but none of them hit home to me until I read his memorial here ,it is a shame as it says the memory of these war heroes has faded to the degree that it has for all of America's vets and their acts of courage to fight the wars they did for our freedom my God bless each and every one of them and may they all rest in peace thank you for reading bless you as well

Added: October 21, 2016
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Although mr murphey era was before me i had a blessed father who was also very military, he raised me and taught me alot about significant men who did spectacular but things for there country, my father a military historian ,and admirer of old war films exposed me this also, i thank my father for this now many years later, i grew up a huge admirer of mr murphys films and hold a huge admiration for the patriotism, bravery mr murphy had shown and then came home to capture the hearts of so many in his films. I will always cherish the memory of mr murphy and i have had my children fall into the living room and watch one of his movies giving me a chance to share with my kids who mr murphy was im sure many other parents have done the same .. a remarkable human being that will never be forgotten i pray
R.I.P. Audie


Added: October 20, 2016
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Childhood hero. Loved as actor. Still do

Added: October 19, 2016
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I have been a U.S. History teacher for the past 27 years and I do remember how sad my mother was when Audie died in 1971 (when I was 8). Two summers ago I got to go to Arlington National Cemetery with my brother Tom, and I was able to take a picture on my iPhone of Audie Murphy's grave. I intend to keep the memory of this amazing WWII hero alive for future generations of my students.

Added: October 19, 2016
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Audie was my childhood hero. I'm 70 now. A Vietnam veteran, former 101st Abn Div. member and a former career Marine. Raised by two WWII Veterans, Mom and Dad.

Added: October 18, 2016
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I still watch Audie's movies, and he is 50 years older than I am, but as a kid I remember my parents especially my father who was also in WW2 watch his movies. He was a great actor too, it came so natural to him. When he did war movies or westerns or movies like Battle at Bloody Beach where he wasn't a soldier but fought for the rights of others, it looked like it came so natural for him to be a fighter of right and wrong, of helping others and not thinking about himself. I"m so glad that this site was developed so no one forgets. That as time goes by people of tomorrow we continue to seek and learn about hero's who helped and fought for the freedom that they have. Because of men like Audie Murphy and others like him. But not exactly like him since he is the only one who received every honor an American soldier can receive while fighting fearlessly for their country and the people in it. Rest in Peace Audie, you will never be forgotten but remembered and appreciated for what you did as a soldier and as a person.
Lia


Added: October 18, 2016
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Remembering Audie Murphy

Added: October 17, 2016
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Havebeen a fan since childhood

Added: October 17, 2016
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I am honored to have gotten to know this fine man.

Added: October 17, 2016
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True heroes never die

Added: October 17, 2016
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