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A legend.

Added: April 18, 2011
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I recently found out about Audie Murphy while watching old "What's My Line" tv shows on YouTube. I have started to watch his movies, and learn everything about this great person. People need to learn and remember what this person contributed.

Added: April 18, 2011
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I've been totally enthralled by Audie Murphy for the past 3 weeks now and just admire him so much for being the extraordinary combat soldier & leader of his men (esp. in combat) that he was!

I've formed the opinion from what information I've gathered about Audie that the U.S. Army should have left him on the front lines to continue fighting with his men instead of withdrawing him from the front lines after he won his Medal of Honor because being on the front lines is where he himself wanted to be and where he thrived the most. He may have been killed in subsequent action if he had been allowed to continue to fight on the front lines. However, there seems to me to be something more proper and honorable about doing that which a man is most suited to doing (in Audie's case: being a combat soldier on the front lines) & perhaps even getting killed in the process of doing that than doing something that is not so suited to a man (in Audie's case: serving behind the front lines) and being protected from getting killed. If any other people who admire Audie as much as I do have any feedback about my point, I'd love to hear what you have to say about it. Many thanks!


Added: April 16, 2011
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He was and still is my favorite western movie star. In
1970 I worked at a sevice station in Plano, Texas that was next to cafe he had owned earlier. He was often taled of how he would come and drink coffee and make conversation with the folks.


Added: April 17, 2011
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Remarkable

Added: April 16, 2011
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Audie Murphy was an inspiration for me throughout a 33 year military career (1957-1991). I read stories of his exploits while I was as young as 10 years old.

Soldiers today would be well served to study his life.


Added: April 15, 2011
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:) i turn 50 this year ,but always remember watching his movies when i was a kid and something about him has embedded itself in my memory of how much of a great actor he was ,if the word was hip in the 50 -60she was so cool

Added: April 15, 2011
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I teach U.S. History and show "To Hell and Back" when we finish studying WWII.

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It is a shame more people do not know of this great man!

Added: April 14, 2011
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always a fan. i've also been to Arlington National Cemetery and seen Audie Murphy's grave. ex military. Viet-Nam veteran.

Added: April 14, 2011
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