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I have always been impressed by Audie Murphy and all that he was able to accomplish during his short time on this earth. From his humble and hard childhood, through the war and then as an actor and business man he was very courageous. He always remembered the people around him and gave them their rightful recognition.

Audie Murphy was a man of honor and for that, he was always a hero that I looked up to.

God Bless him....

Stephen Fontaine
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I would just like to thank the person or I'm sure person's responcable for this great website.Your dedication is inspiring.Audie L. Murphy was not only an military Hero icon but one hell of an actor.When I was growing up here in Canada watching reading learning about America's great heroes Audie was the face of bravery,I just wish I had the chance to ask my Uncle Canadian born Sargent Charles A. MacGillivary, Past president of C.M.H.S 1974-75 if he ever met this great man.Again Thank you for Remembering It's sites like your"s that keep the flame burning.p.s.God Bless America.Ronald E. Macgillivary.

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just like to say a very big thank you to a very great man. and to all of his generation,for giving me a free life.my father was also a veteran in ww2 and fought in many of the places that audie fought at.i have been to holtzwir memorial and also audie's grave in arlington :)

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True and Genuine American Hero!

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A man worth his salt

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Dear People,
It is so nice that there is a website/memorial to this man. It is so true, that the younger generation doesn't have, or even look for, any heroes. I think the spirit of heroism is seriously lacking, now, in a country with so much "correctness" and regulation of all our activities. The freedom to do what you think is right, hence be a hero, is "corrected" out of out youth. :!muscle: javascript:void(0)


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Audie will always be remembered by me. A true hero.

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I was in the army for 20 years, and I would do it again. Audie was one reason why i did it, look up to him, and still do. we are both from Texas, ijoin the army Aug 9th 1977, and I think that was a big day for him, not 1977 but aug 9th. I alswas watch his movie To Hell and Back. iam still all army to day. I also Have a uncle that was in the army, a brother in the navy, one in the army. Paula Valenzuela/Dayble.

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There are fresh flowers,including the yellow rose of Texas, and American flags on Audie Murphy's gravesite today at Arlington Cemetery. People were stopping by to pay their respects and a wonderful volunteer answered any questions people had about Audie Murphy. He is not forgotten. Thank you for this excellent web site and for keeping his memory alive. He and his family are in my prayers today.

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Audie, by noon today your grave was covered with yellow roses, a wreath and other flowers as well as over a dozen flags. In two hours I saw hundreds of people pay their respects, including one young fan from Belfast, Ireland. You are not forgotten, Audie, and I doubt very much that you ever will be.

Miss you and Love you.


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