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August 24, 2011


Mike P

1st Lt. Charles Murray and Sgt. Dakota Meyer were obviously cut from the same cloth. Thank God that there are men like these to defend our freedom and liberty. Semper Fi.

Mike Golch

Rest in Peace you brave man.

Peg Jacobson

Amen to the above comment! pj

lasix online

A Medal of Honor recipient recognized for courageous actions during the Second World War has died, at the age of 89. There are warriors, and then there are warriors. Charles Murray was one of those that had it in him...

Sammy D

God bless this man and all who served with him.


RIP-we lost a brave one


Rest In Peace, Warrior, the world was a better place with you in it. Our loss is Heaven's gain.

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