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That is what we now in our screwed up society. A Real Hero....God Bless you Audie.

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Audie Murphy is my hero. The reasons are this: he came from a very deprived background; as a teenager he put himself into the middle of the momentous world event of WWII; risked life and limb repeatedly in heroic acts in that storm; when the war ended and he was still just 20 and covered with medals he lived a good life, working to provide assistance for Vietnam War veterans. The fact is that this was an unpopular war and the vets were treated badly. Other movie stars of the time, who had not fought in any war, made money advertising cigarettes and alcohol. Not Audie Murphy. A great example of how to live a good life regardless of your origins. A true American hero.

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My greatest hero

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Loved watching Audie in the movies

Added: October 31, 2016
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My uncle is buried at Arlington National Cemetery A stones throw away from Capt. Audie Leon Murphy's gravesite.The other day I had a politician come by my house by the name of Tim Murphy. I had asked him if he was any relation to Audie Murphy? He replied Who's that? I said your last name is Murphy, you have no idea who Audie Murphy is! Get out your I-phone and google Audie Murphy, how do you spell that he says? I stated A-U-D-I-E Murphy as I started spelling Murphy! He says oh I can spell Murphy I said are you sure? He says oh he was a war hero and actor. I stated that's it just that? Get off my property and don't ever come back. To summarize too many of our gallant W.W.II veterans are becoming a lost memory like the shifting sands in the tides of history and we shall do everything we can to preserve their memory. Respectfully Thomas F. Malin jr. also son of Thomas F. Malin W.W. II veteran nephew of Edward F. Mahoney Section 7 10249-A 2/26/1954

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He was one of the reasons I joined, but I went into the Air Force. He was a great man and a gentleman.

Added: October 26, 2016
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God bless Audie Murphy may he reset in peace I thank him and all those brave men who died for my freedom.

Added: October 25, 2016
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Outstanding research.

Added: October 24, 2016
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Audie Murphy, fan, a fan of Breave men and Women!

Added: October 22, 2016
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My comment is as a kid growing up in the 60's& 70's I loved the Saturday and Sunday army & western movies with all the old time actors but mostly it was audience Murphy my father was a wwiI vet and started telling me the stories of audie but none of them hit home to me until I read his memorial here ,it is a shame as it says the memory of these war heroes has faded to the degree that it has for all of America's vets and their acts of courage to fight the wars they did for our freedom my God bless each and every one of them and may they all rest in peace thank you for reading bless you as well

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