Come and Take It is a talk show about Texas, by Texans. Three friends born and raised in Texas share their views on the state’s history, culture, and just what it means to be Texan.
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Audie Murphy went to from the cotton fields of Texas to the battlefields of Europe to the lights of Hollywood in his all-too-brief life. One of the most decorated soldiers in American history, perhaps his greatest legacy was his work to shed light on post traumatic stress disorder. This week we look at one of the truly great Texas heroes, Audie Murphy.
Before we begin… What’s your favorite myth about Texas?
The official Audie Murphy Memorial Website has lots of great images, articles, and information about this great Texan.
The Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum is located in Murphy’s hometown of Greenville, just northeast of Dallas. See exhibits about Murphy and other local heroes of World War 2, as well as the cotton belt where he grew up.
This is the official website of the Sgt. Audie Murphy Club, an independent organization of U.S. Army non-commissioned officers (NCOs) who are committed to promoting the leadership qualities that Audie Murphy displayed.
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