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My father told me about Audie Murphy, and presented him as a hero and someone my father admired immensely. Daddy was sparing of his praise for most people, which made me want to learn more about Audie Murphy. Daddy has gone on now, probably sharing stories "up there" with Audie!!!

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Audie Murphy was one of the most devoted soldiers that ever sewed on a 3rd Armor patch and will always be remembered for his courageousness in all the battles he fought against this great country he loved so much.
May he rest in peace for now and eternity


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I enjoy watching his movies. Audie will be missed and remembered in his movies.

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My Dad loved watching movies with stars from his generation, so as a child I learned to love them too. Part of that was watching westerns and that's how I learned of Mr. Audie Murphy. I then learned of his status as a war veteran, and my appreciation grew. His persona seemed to be gentile, and unassuming, yet carried a quiet strength. A true hero. Thank you, Mr. Murphy, for your service.

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Audie was a soldier's soldier, putting the needs and well-being of others before those of his own!!

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My daddy a vetern himself, told the story to us a few years back of Mr. Murphy. We just got finished watching one of his movies and was intrigued to look up his history. I think it is ashame that any vetern would seemingly be forgotten. As its for our vets why we can have a free country. God Bless all our vets.

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He was a great American. !

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What an inspirational man and Soldier.

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I watched To Hell and Back this weekend and was reminded of what a wonderful soldier and person Audie Murphy was. It had been a long time since i had seen the movie before and told everyone i know about it. We need men like him today!

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