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The United States of America needs more men and women of Mr. Murphy's character and bravery.

Added: February 6, 2015
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As an 81yr senior citizen I have always watched Audie Murphy movies,which I always enjoyed,what a shame he died so young. RIP 'murph'

Added: February 5, 2015
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I recently found out about Audie and have been continually fascinated by his story since then. We do people of prominence day at my school where we dress up as a prominent person and give a speech about why "we" are prominent. Naturally I could think of no more inspiring person I could do than Mr.. Murphy. I hope my speech will be a success tomorrow and holds him in good favor.

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I have been a fan of Audie Murphy since the fiolm "To Hell & Back" Did not know he had died in a plane accident,

Added: February 3, 2015
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Mr. Audie Leon Murphy is one of the four most profound Americans, ever. The first being Mr. John Paul Jones, from the revolutionary war; the second is Mr. Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, from the Civil War; the third was Mr. Alvin C. York, from WWI, and Mr. Murphy, from WWII. I am dismayed that is none of these men are honored, with national days of remembrance on their birthdays in the school systems. Mr. Audie Murphy was not only the embodiment of the American spirit, but he the exemplar of hard work, decency and empathy. Yesterday, I introduced Mr. Murphy to by 10 and 12 year old boys, with his film, "To Hell and Back," and explained that he was the real hero, not NFL or NBA players. Till we wise up and teach our children who our real heroes are, on a regular basis, we will stand lose not only our American spirit (that Mr. Murphy best exemplified), but our freedoms as well. My most humblest and deepest gratitude to Mr. Audie Murphy, who could not live the American dream as a young boy, but made it possible for folks like me, from other places, to have my dream here!Sir, you are alive in me -- thank you!! Raju Peddada

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Audie Murphy was my hero when I was growing up
I liked all his movies TO HELL AND BACK WAS THE BEST.


Added: February 3, 2015
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I feel Audie should not be denied th epresentation of th eMedal. He was also a civilian, as he never died in the Military.

Added: February 2, 2015
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Watched movie for first time this week. Such a brave American that is a example we all need to follow to insure our freedom here in America. God bless America and the men and women of the Armed Forces.

Added: January 29, 2015
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Just wanted to honor a great American hero of the greatest generation. Lest we forget those who fought for freedom...

Added: January 31, 2015
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Every young man knew who he was when I was young. We all knew of his heroism and saw him in films. As a matter of fact, To Hell and Back is on T.V. as I'm typing this. I just went on the internet to find his outfit and I came upon your site and decided to respond. It's a great thing your doing for the man who represents so many patriots. Thanks and God bless all.

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