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I wish to keep the memory of Audie Murphy in the minds
of the American people as to what a great American he was and all he did for this country. I enjoy the movies
he starred in and his role model for younger people to
follow which we need today.


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Tonight where he is resting
There are no sounds of war.
I pray he's found the peace he sought
and that he's with our Lord.

The last verse of a poem I wrote in memory of Audie Murphy.


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What an brave and honorable man. I wonder how many lives he saved.

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Always admired Audie ever since I was little. His bravery was beyond belief. Rest in peace, Audie.

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Loved Audie Murfys films wondered what had happened to him :!cool:

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Thankyou for preserving this part of history. Our country desperately needs more young men and women with courage and honor, hopefully your site will inspire many more to achive a higher standard.

Added: July 10, 2011
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In 1991 I was able to visit Arlington Cemetery twice, and both times visit Audie Murphy's grave site.

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I think it is a shame that Audie Murphy has been forgotten by generations. Ask students of any age or grade about World War II and they don't know what you are talking about. Ask who the most decorated soldier of that war was and they have no idea. I learned about Audie Murphy when my parents took me to see "To Hell and Back", after that my dad and I would go to see his other movies. I followed his career as I grew up and still watch his movies and have read "To Hell and Back" numerous times. I try to collect all of his movies that I can find, and it's sad that not too many are available.He may have made mistakes in his life, but he is still my hero.
Audie L. Murphy should not be forgotten.


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Audie Murphy was an inspiration to any one who knew about his movies the fact that he was an American Hero makes us love him all the more....We should look up to him and our troops today because without them there would be no Freedom...we love you Audie! :)

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Watching Texican right now......raised my son on Audie Murphy movies and morals. :)

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