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Interested in history

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Mr. Murphy was my favorite movie star. I am fascinated to learn about his wonderful family. His wife became a hero to vets in the hospital. So that man was a hero in every sense.
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HE WAS A GREAT MAN AND SOLDIER

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God bless ya Audie. America should always honor their heroes. From an old marine, Godspeed soldier

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I was researching the inspiration to Rambo and it pointed to Audie Murphy and was inspired to research more about him

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Audie Murphy was a great American who deserves to be remembered. I was introduced to him by a Sabaton song, and it piqued my interest. Learning about him on this site was a pleasure.

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I have been an Audie Murphy fan since I was very young . I have seen all of his movies . It was young men like Audie who keep our country free. My father was also in the Army in WWII and served in the Pacific theatre. That generation really was and is "The Greatest Generation". One of my former co-workers had an uncle who served with Audie and was recommended posthumously by Audie for the Congressional Medal of Honor.

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I am, and always have been a Audie Murphy admirer and fen. First a fan of his movies as a child then a admirer as I grew into a man, God bless him and the man that helped him into the movies

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My daddy was in the same battalion as Audie Murphy his name was Floyd Long and he was called Pop because he was the oldest person there> he talked about him and he said he was very cocky. the movie To Hell and back was where he was. He also told us about the Navajo Indians that talked on the radios the Germans did not understand what they were saying. They approached daddy to be ahead of the team but he did not the responsibility for all those men. he also said they would have James Arness get off of the PT boat first to see how deep the water was. he never got over the war.He died when he was 90 years old.

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As a child, I used to watch Audie Murphy - and still do! - in his Western films. Recently I saw him in a US army film, where he was firing a machine gun from a blazing tank. It was incredible! It's so good this website exists.

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