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Being Audie's size when when I took my physical (5'5" 116lbs) for the US Army in 1962 and being a huge fan of his, he was and still is a hero of mine.

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Great american hero....should always be honored

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What a wonderful website about a person who has inspired me all my life. He and million others around the world should never be forgotten for their contribution and sacrifice to a (almost) free world.
May he, and all others wo didn't live to tell or have passed away, rest in everlasting peace.


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Audie Murphy was a true American Heroe, he came from a poor background and made something of himself protecting our freedom from the greatest danger at that time that we had ever faced. As a Korean Vet. I truly appreciate what he and others like him gave to us.
David R. King, Jr, HM3, USN, Korea


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I was born in 1940 just before the war brokeout. My grandfather and uncles worked in the various movie studios in Hollywood and my father worked for Paramount. I grew up next to the aircraft factories and can clearly remember all the barrage balloons on cables around our home in Inglewood. I became aware of Audie Murphy after the war ended by attending all his movies. I was a Western Buff and still am. I idolized him and was devastated when he died. He is truly deserving of the Presidential Medal of Freedom as he truly represented so many of the courageous young men who have served their country in a time of war. I truly hope this honor is achieved before he is forgotton. I have been to his gravesite at Arlington twice and plan to go again in the future.

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