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You will always be remembered.

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Just want to say America needs to remember. No one realizes What their lives would be like without the people who fought for our freedom and rights. I Will never forget Mr. Murphy...the greatest hero of the greatest generation. As I will never forget my father who fought in ww2 also..

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Long live the memory and legend of Audie Murphy! In my heart, he will NEVER be forgotten!!!

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GREAT MAN, LOVE HIS MOVIES AND ALL HE DID FOR US IN THE WAR. and movies

Added: August 4, 2016
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I SALUTE AUDIE MURPHY

I JUST WANT TO PAY RESPECT TO AUDIE FOR HIS OUTSTANDING COMBAT CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE BATTLE FIELD. HE IS ONE OF THE BEST SOLDIERS IN THE WORLD. HAVE A LOVELY DAY. PYRIEL.


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I LOVE AUDIE!

Added: July 28, 2016
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Exceeding the standard.

Added: August 1, 2016
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He was a childhood hero in my eyes. Still is a hero.

Added: July 31, 2016
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I have always held Lt Murphy in the highest of esteem. Just don't know how one many can accomplish as much as he. He died (age 45) way before his time. Battlefield commission is also an amazing honor in itself, but in that the Army allowed him to retain his commission after the battle makes this even more significant.

Stand Down Sir, Job Well Done!


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Everything America should be and I wish still was. He was a big reason I enlisted in the Army back in 1975 at the age of seventeen.

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