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Have always admired Audie Murphy

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The only thing I think should've been done doing his life and wasn't......he should've been in a movie with John Wayne. Then we really would have the greatest movie of all time recorded and available to watch and enjoy. These 2 and add in Jimmy Stewart... Just imagine the enjoyment! All have been great losses to the big screen and the people in their lives.

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With much respect for a man who gave so much.

Added: June 22, 2011
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I have always been an Audie Murphy fan, my Father introduced him to me. He is a hero who should never, ever be forgotten. We need more Americans like him.

Added: June 22, 2011
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I always admired him in life, he was so handsome and soft spoken. I plan to get his book "To Hell and Back"
to read in his words what he went thru. The portrait of
him is beautiful.


Added: June 22, 2011
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He never got all his country owed him.

Added: June 22, 2011
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Few rise to the occasion like Audie. He was a true American and was more willing to do the job himself than to risk the life of a friend. But even he had PTSD and this should tell our government that no matter how brave and how willing a solider is there will be a price that they will pay for years to come. We should use these experiences to pave a way for our future veterans.

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He was a good soldier.

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I enjoy his movies very much.

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When I was young my Father said I should read 'To Hell And Back'. I'm so glad I did and got to learn about this amazing man. Many years later I gave my son the very same book. He intends to pass it on to his son.
'Lest we forget'


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