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Just returned from a visit to his hometown in Greenville TX and the little musuem there in his honor. Very moving. He was truly an American hero and patriot.

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Visited the Audie Murphy memorial at Holtzwihr on Oct 7, 2017. Also visited the Colmar WWII Museum.

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Audie was one of the most impressive people of which I ever knew. To think this mild-mannered, handsome, gentle speaking young man could accomplish what he did in his young life is nothing short of amazing to me. The courage he displayed during the war earned him many deserving awards. Other than “To Hell & Back” which was extra-ordinary because he played himself, my favorites were his Westerns. The World is a better place because of Audie Leon Murphy. God bless him and thanks Audie for your service to this great country.

A Proud Citizen


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I love Audie Murphy and thank him for serving our country. Being the mother of a marine right now I honor our military and its because of all who serve that allows us to live free. I wish he was alive today. I hope he's looking down at us and be proud of all who serve. Thank you Mr. Murphy.

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Schools are not teaching enough about great Americans.Like Audie Murphy and other Men and women who served this country and gave us this FREEDOM.

Added: October 26, 2017
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I visited Audie's grave site yesterday 10/24/17 as part of the Honor Flight of the Ozarks trip to Washington D.C.. We should never forget the sacrifice that our men and women have made to keep our nation free.

Thanks for all of our military,

Dr. Michael Franklin


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Audie was a hero of my childhood even before I saw the movie To Hell and Back. I used to go watch his westerns every time they played at the Imperial Theater around the corner.

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I have always loved this man as a historical figure. I was first introduced to this man by the Sabaton song To Hell and Back. I have since loved this man for his courage in the face of death and his unwavering determination to do what must be done no matter what happens to him. This man deserves much more recognition then he has.

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His life and history should not be forgotten.

Added: October 18, 2017
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