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So grateful for his selfless devotion for freedom and the ability to carry on in the face of so many horrors.

Love all his movies and have watched most if not all of them.


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A great soldier and a great American.

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Extremely moving to be at this spot. A well deserved tribute to a giant of a man.

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While my husband was stationed with the army at Munich, Germany, we walked in the snow around the housing compound to see Audie Murphy's movie "To Hell and Back" at the army base theater. It was a special "date" night. I do have the vhs of his movie and enjoy watching it over many times. He was a rare "breed" as we of the 1940s say. He should not be forgotten nor his character forgotten. We need more Audie Murphy strong and straight heart. Thanks for this opportunity to read more about Audie. - Marcella Pace

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amazing American

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Love audie murphy

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My mother Linda Andrix Smith introduced me to Mr. Murphy at an early age. I respect and honor his dedication and sacrifice for our nation. I know that some day I will meet him in Heaven.

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Visited grave site Arlington National Cemetary 3/22/2016.
Humbling.


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Just discovered Audie was born same date as me. June 20th.

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My dad also was in the Army in WW2, and as youngster I had heard some of the awesome stories about Audie Murphy.

As it turned out, I ended up going to North Hollywood High School with one of his sons, Terry. He was always very quiet, kept to himself, and seemed to be introverted. I always thought that it must be a heavy cross to bear, being the son of the most decorated war hero in American history.

We graduated in 1970 and was sad to hear that the very next year in 1971 is when Audie had that crash.

We all know about the movie star stuff, but what a real honest to goodness war hero he was. Nobody will ever come close to doing what he did in a war. What an unbelievable soldier !!


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