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To a great actor and solider. always liked him in all
his movies.


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He was the greatest GI ever! I have been to his gravesite many times to talk with him. It is strange but whenever I am there other people wait in line to do the same thing! Everyone wants their turn alone with him.May he rest in peace with the LORD. another vet..... :D

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Why don't they talk and or teach about this awesome, true American in our schools. Just like Martin Luther King day, we need a day, A Holiday to always remember this American hero AUDIE MURPHY DAY!

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Great American Hero and Actor. :)

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Audie Murphey: One of the small common youths who did uncommon valiant deeds of valor, honor, and manliness; my desire is that his name be as well recognized and respected as Nathan Hale, Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett, Gen Robert E. Lee, Sgt Alvin York, generals Hal Moore, Schwartzkoff, and Franks to name a few.

Lt. Murphey, one of a kind, who put his life on the line for his men; truely the epitome of care and love for others by a mortal man.


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