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To a true american hero.Someone we should all stand up and salute. God rest.

Added: March 21, 2011
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A retired marine was telling of some stories of Audie at my church. Thought I would google him. Thanks Audie for your services for our country.

Added: March 20, 2011
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aling with John Wayne he is my hero and a real man and person.

Added: March 20, 2011
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My Dearest Audie,
The day I was called to meet you,and bring my handicapped son to meet you, was the greatest day in my life. I had already seen "To Hell and Back." and after meeting you, could hardly believe all you went through, and were still a very important person, living a routine life. I know this is late in coming, but I do wish to thank you, first for your service to our country, and second for the meeting of my son. Meeting you, inspired my son, Rick, to achieve many things that he thought he could not do. Rick was a spastic cerebral palsy child. THANK YOU, for that, and your service to our country in WWII. Rest in Peace, Dear one. You deserve it.
God Bless you and yours.

Arl


Added: March 19, 2011
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Audie is an inspiration to all, I'm glad this site is working to preserve the incredible acts and the memory of an even greater man!

Jim


Added: March 18, 2011
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My brother and I grew up watching Mr. Murphy's pictures. We knew that he served his country well. We've always understood that some serve well in whatever capacity.

Added: March 18, 2011
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I am proud to be a NATURALIZED CITIZEN of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA. I served in the US ARMY from 1976 to 1984. I were HONORABLY DISCHARGE. I am now a 100% DISABLED AMERICAN VETERAN.

I have seeing all of AUDIE Leon MURPHY Movies, to the one where he acted as himself.

I have always like him as a Movie Star, eventhough when he accomplish all those medals I were not born as yet, but while I was in Advanced Individual Training in Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana I read his history of how he rose from a Private on the Battle Field to obtain his Promotion to CAPTAIN.

Please keep his memory alive.

Honestly Sincere!

NORMAN Roberto LINDO
SERGEANT Retired, US ARMY
100% Disabled American Veteran


Added: March 17, 2011
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I grew up watching his movies . I love him as an actor .I also read about him ,what an amazing person he is .Thank you. :o

Added: March 16, 2011
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thank you MISTER Audie .
Thanks for all


Added: March 16, 2011
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amazing man... thank you for this website

Added: March 15, 2011
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