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I saw To Hell and Back with my father when the movie 1st came out. I was 12 or 13. I was flabbergasted and Audi's story has been permanently etched into my brain since.

Although my dad was a veteran of Wisconsin's Red Arrow Division, he didn't serve on active duty as his skills were much needed in the vital steel casting industry.

History always has been my favorite addiction, especially those stories of WWII, Korea and Vietnam and our own Civil War. Because of my service in the US Air Force Veteran my active duty only pales by comparison to those who have served before or since. Because of this I am deeply awed and humbly cowed by Audi Murphy's service above self.

I will put visiting his museum on my bucket list. Meanwhile I will absorb his history with admiration, respect and love for him along with those other WWII servicemen and women. Rest in Peace Mr. Murphy and Thank you for your service.

Bob Bembenek


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Audie Murphy was truly a great hero, its a shame he couldn't get the proper treatment for his mental war injuries. Sadly it was before medical science recognized the true extent of this problem.

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a great american hero

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This man was and will always be an American hero for the ages. Real Americans will NEVER forget. God bless you Audie. From a former 8th ID soldier.

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I have been a WWII enthusiast all my life and studied military history for a good portion of it. Audie Murphy is, by far one of the most heroic Americans in our history.

His heroism went well beyond the war, however, because of the challenges he faced and defeated personally after the war and most importantly what he did to raise awareness and benefits for veterans who suffered from wars horrors.

He should never be forgotten and he should always be remembered in our prayers.


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One of my favorite actors that reminds me so much of my Uncle Raymond Grass SSGT U. S. Army World War 11 veteran killed in action in Italy. He received a silver star,Bronze Star and purple heart posthumously for his bravery and actions.

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A true hero sadly forgotten but regaining his well deserved place in history.

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I have always loved watching Audie Murphy my most favorite movie is to hell and back I can watch it over and over .

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A great movie star whose films I enjoyed immensely.

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How can we convince someone to kame a new movie about Audie Murphy, a couple of generations need to learn about him

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