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it is good to have a place on the internet to go expess you feelimg about this hero

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Great man all around! I was a Pilot for Piedmont Airlines based in Roanoke, Va. the day Audie was killed. I flew out of Roanoake that day and the weather was terrible. When we(pilots in ROA) heard of the crash...we were all saddened deeply. All the germans who tried could not kill him, yet an airplane did. Forty years passed will soon be here. The loss is no less now than May of '71.

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We are familiar about Audie Murphy. How he served in the military. My husband knows more about Audie than I do. We've watched his movies on television and enjoyed them. Was proud of what he became! We didn't know that there was a U.S. postage stamp honoring Audie Murphy. Would like to know where we could get one. We are proud of all those that has served our country and those that continue to serve. They are the reason we are free today. Praise The Lord!

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Great Man - Great History

Is a rold model for every person that loves this country.


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I have been an Audie Murphy fan since I was in Jr. High School (I was 12 and I am currently 47). I first learned of Audie Murphy when I was watching Westerns on tv. I loved learning about him. It was at that time that I learned of his military career. I found out that he was an American hero. I have watched all of his tv shows and I have always tried to learn more about him. When I was at Arlington Cemetary I was able to let him know how proud he made all of us. That is an honorable man...

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Audie's service in WWII has always been an inspiration to me to always do my best.

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I was in the 3rd.I.D. One of the first things we did when I got in unit was watch the movie" To Hell and Back". I will always remember Audie Murphy as a HERO.

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Proud to sign up to audie murphy website

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Iam A Viet Nam veteran and have always considered Audie Murphy a HERO.......TKS Denny Holder...

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I was "to Hell and Back" as a kid also some of his westners, great actor and great soldier.

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