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What can you say about Audie Murphy?

He was just a kid, I believe 17-19 yrs old, when he proved to be one of braviest men America had to offer.


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always admired audie murphy

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I am retired from the air forice. I seaved 45 mouths in viet nam. Audie murphy was my man both in real life and the movies.

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Audie was a very important part of my childhood. I saw his many movies at the Fox Theater Saturday afternoons. My mother told me about his war record and when TO HELL AND BACK was released, I was amazed. I wrote him a letter and he answered! Not just a form letter, but a personal letter. Through the years of my childhood, I wrote him many letters and he answered every one. When his plane went down, it was like loosing a family member. He was very special to me.

Nora


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I noticed that your list of subsets at the top of this page did not include honorary memberships in various organizations. I am sure that the number is astronomical, but I did want to mention that I ran across the paperwork initiating him into the Fort Hays State University (then Fort Hays Kansas State College) Veterans Club, a campus organization that I presided over. He had been initiated into the Vet's Club long before I was there, but the paperwork was in the archives. I wanted to be sure that you had a notation on this.

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I LOVE HIS MOVIES

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I learned about Mr. Murphy some years ago, i was looking through the Gueniss Book and seen him. I had read about him being the most decorated solider and from that dat on, I have remembered his name. I tell everyone of my friends and family members about what I had found. Sometimes I make it a trivia question, to see who else might know about such an extrodenary man, and to this day I have yet to find someone who knows. I think that more people need to know what a true Solider he was. Thanks for having this website because I will now be able to show my kids and grandkids about the wonderful Solider I found by accident,

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God Bless Audie

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Great site ! Thanks so much and God Bless you and yours ! God Bless America ! Please !

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An AMERICAN HERO to truely admire and Honor!! Thank You to his family and to Major Murphy!!! MY HERO ALWAYS!!!!!

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