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Wish more people would recognize Heroes! This Nation is starting to put its Armed Forces aside. May God continue to bless those that have, are, will service the United States Military.
SrA Medrano, Marisa
United Air Force


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Not just an American heri...a world hero.

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My father served in General Patton,s 3rd Army, Company M, Blackhawk Division during the war. He thought so much of Mr. Murphy. Having been in combat it was difficult to understand how one soldier did what Mr. Murphy did. Much respect from our family. I am 72 Years old and still reread is bio's, look at his movies, pictures and periodically search the internet for something new about him. My regards to the family. GOD bless you all and thanks for keeping this website open. :)

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It is soon the anniversary of your death. You died too young. You did so much for your family and country. I pray that youngsters of nowadays will look to you as a hero and follow in your footsteps. Thank you Audie for everything

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I'm so glad to see this site. I've already shared it with someone who is a huge fan of Audie Murphy.
Thank you.


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we all still miss him, if we had more like him this country would be better off

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God bless Audie Murphy and thank you, I cannot wait to me you in heaven.

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Audie Murphy was my early Hero! While watching To Hell and Back aimed to enlist in USA. After high school graduation did so. Assigned to service in Vietnam in 1967.
What a trooper! Performed duty above all expectations!
Received 33 awards/ medals due a war veteran.

Medal of Honor is just not received, one has to face the enemy and take care of right.

Respectfully,
SP4 R.D. Casteel
USA 1966-1969
Class of 1967
University of Vietnam War


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Retired US Army Master Sergeant who enjoys researching WW II history. it's leaders and operations that took place. Audie Murphy has always been an inspiration to myself and what he represented to this country at a time when we needed such men the most.

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I just returned from a vacation in Europe which included the Alsace region of France where the American and French armies battled the Germans in the Colmar Pocket. Here Audie Murphy made his famous one man stand against an armored attack force and the rest is history. To keep things in perspective this was one incident in the 33 months that his unit was in combat so many of the things Lt Murphy and his comrades experienced are lost in time.
He was 19 while in Colmar. Amazing what a kid from Texas can do. He is still considered a hero to the people living there.


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