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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.

Added: June 25, 2011
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I HAVE WATCHD ALL AUDIES MOVIES AND I AM VERY INTERESTED IN HIS LIFSTORY.

Added: June 24, 2011
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Looking forward to Audie Murphy Day Celebration in Greenville this Friday. He was a great American hero, and a good man.

Added: June 23, 2011
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Thank you for preserving the memory of a true American. My uncle Harvey Gano served in both wars as a sniper and lived to the ripe old age of 76. He taught me how to shoot.

Added: June 23, 2011
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I have always admired Lt. Murphy. This country needs men like him to lead us out of our present condition.

Added: June 23, 2011
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IT IS A SHAME THAT TODAY'S KIDS DON'T KNOW WHO AUDIE WAS AND THAT IF THEY WERE LOOKING FOR A REAL HERO, THEY COULD COME TO THIS MEMORIAL AND FIND OUT ABOUT A REAL HERO. THANKS YOU FOR PUTTING THIS UP FOR EVERYONE TO SEE. I WAS IN WASHINGTON D. C. THIS MONTH AND WAS ABOUT TO STAND BY HIS GRAVE, IT MADE ME REMEMBER ALL OVER AGAIN WHAT A GREAT AMERICAN HE WAS. SEEING THE FLOWERS AND MONEY THAT PEOPLE LEAVE ON HIS TOMBSTONE TELLS ME THAT THERE ARE STILL PEOPLE THAT FEEL THE WAY I DO.

Added: June 23, 2011
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