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GREATEST COMBAT SOLDIER

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Big fan of Audie Murphy's and I'm glad to see that this site was created in honor of his memory.

Added: June 27, 2011
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In memory of my father, 1st Sgt. W.T. Heard, United States Army, Vietnam Veteran

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Audie is a true American hero. Custer of Little Big Horn reknown was also called "Audie"",but the similarity ends there.

Added: June 26, 2011
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I JUST LOCATED THIS WEB SITE BUT HAVE BEEN AN AUDIE MURPHY FAN FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS. I FIRST READ "TO HELL AND BACK" MANY YEARS AGO, THEN SAW THE MOVIE BY THE SAME NAME AND FROM THERE SPREAD OUT TO BECOMING A WATCHER OF HIS MOVIES. TO SAY THE LEAST HIS STORY AND WITNESS ARE INSPIRING AND PATRIOTIC.

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I respect Major Audie Murphy as a great soldier and great man.

Added: June 26, 2011
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Thank you, Audie Murphy, for your service to our country. My dad, Frank Littleton, Jr., and four of his brothers fought, in WWII. He always had a lot of respect for you....he said you were a "real soldier." By the way, only three of my dad's brothers came home from WWII. One is buried in Bethany Cemetary in France. Again, thank you!

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A GREAT WEBPAGE....I AM A KOREAN WAR VETERAN

Added: June 26, 2011
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I am an old movie fan so I was introduced early to Audie Murphy. If he were still alive today I would thank him profusely for his service to America.

Added: June 25, 2011
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I was 21 when I heard the news of the death of Audie Murphy. I remember I was in the kitchen of my parents home listening to the radio when the annoucement came. I stood and cried. In my mind, he was the epitome of what our military should represent. Young, humble and brave men that did what they felt was right and did it well without thought of recognition for doing their job. This was at a time when our country was still involved with Viet Nam and most people didn't treat the returning soldiers with any respect or compassion. Now, my son is in the military and tries to uphold the beliefs and courage that defined SSG Audie Murphy.

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