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I grew up watching his movies.They are Great! I sure miss him and love him like a brother. He seemed like a nice person you could easily get along with and I like that quality.I truely thank him for his service and for putting his men first. Thank-you very much.

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While in JROTC during my highschool years, I was selected to be apart of the districts written competition. Sgt. Brown suggested, I write about the great Audie Murphey and I didn't have a clue. Back then there was no internet...so off to the library I went. I couldn't believe all that this man had done in battle and for America. I wrote the paper, won the competition and continued by search for knowledge on Murphy. I had gathered so much research, the school used by knowledge in every competition there was for years. His name came across my mind the other day and I searched now "the web" and saw this awesome page. It's great!

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I just wanted to say I think this website is a fantastic idea. To today's generation WWII, Korea, and even Vietnam are distant memories told in history books. Sites like this that tell the true stories of American Valor are too few and far between. Keep up the great work and thanks for keeping the memory alive.

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I have watch his movies since I was a child.
He was a wonderful actor and even greater soldier. He will forever be in my heart. He is the greatest example of what a man should be. Yvonne Allen


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What an awesome hero. I've been a huge fan ever since I was a kid. We need more role models like this today. God bless.

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God bless

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I've been a fan for years.My date & month of birth is the same as mr murphy.He is & always be my hero.British forces respect him very much.God bless him & all allied forces past and present amen.

Added: April 11, 2011
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I remember Audie Murphy and I'm glad to see you have this web site. I remember him not so much as an actor but because of his service to the country.

Added: April 8, 2011
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Researching an important individual for a college course @ Kaplan University. I decided to use this source to gain some information to back my research. Thank you for supplying a comprehesive and user friendly web-site.

Best Regards, Graham D. MacDonald V


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My father was a returned soldier.
A Rat of Tobruk and served in the Libyan desert during the second world war.
We live the life we live today due to great men like my father and Audie Murphy.
God bless them all


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