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We all need to remember our heroes, those who sacrificed, and continue to sacrifice, for our freedom. Audie Murphy fought for his family and then for his country, men like this make us feel both humble and proud, no matter our nationality.

My Grandfather and Father both fought for our country, I tried but was medically unfit, to my eternal regret. I was able to give something in youth and social services, but it is not the same.

We should be eternally grateful for the example and practical service of men and women such as Audie and their modern day compatriots.

We will never forget.


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Just watched the film to Hell +back + recently I have been to Normandy for the DDay anniversary' it just reminded me of the sacrifice Audie + many others gave for us, I am also an ex soldier so never forgotten...

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Just watched.to hell and back. Made me look up about audie murphy again.wonderful actor and a true american hero who should never be forgotten.

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What a hero incredible war hero America must be proud of audie,
His name shall live on . He must not be forgotten


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6th September 2014. Watching to hell and back on UK TV.
We haven't forgotten the hero that is Audie Murphy


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Watching Audie Murphy week on GRIT tv. Watched most of them over the last 50 years or so, brings back a lot of memories. R.I.P.

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My favorite Actor, he always reminded me of my oldest brother,he was killed in 1984..

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Have been enjoying all of his movies on a new TV station in the Orlando, FL area called GRIT TV.

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I would like to add my name to the list of Americans hoping Audie Murphy's legacy of advocating for veterans' treatment and rights is properly recognized. At a time when America needed heroes, it got one. His name alone should be remembered for valor and commitment. I hope his legacy will rekindle that movement today as we deal with more and more military vets returning from war.

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