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WARREN G H LIZOTTE JR


is honored on Panel 31W, Line 69 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • To Warren

    Posted on 9/28/16 - by C.rilogio@yahoo.com
    I Carmen A. Rilogio was with Warren. I was with him when we were "dusted off" and medivaced out. Great guy. May he rest in peace! Miss you, buddy!
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  • What can I say....

    Posted on 1/25/16 - by Charlie Chessor
    I too served with Warren in E Co/ 50th Inf (LRRP), 75th Inf Rangers, 9th Infantry Division and I was on the team with Warren that day... and like other Vets, think about the time we spent together every day…. He was a good soldier…. There’s a tear in my eye….
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  • Friend/Brother

    Posted on 1/8/16 - by STruittt2@woh.rr.com
    I was there next to you...when we did the ambush.I should have passed with you...we were next to each other. It"s been SO many years.....I have NEVER forgotten you and that day. I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN,my brother.
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  • I honor you after 46 years...NEVER a day goes by that I don't remember you. You were my friend

    Posted on 11/1/15 - by STruitt2@woh.rr.com
    I'm still looking for Sgt Charles Chessor......Sgt. Stone (Stoney}, 1st.Lt.Hill.
    I can't find them. Any help would be appreciated.....Again, RANGERS LEAD THE WAY
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  • I honor you after 46 years...NEVER a day goes by that I don't remember you. You were my friend

    Posted on 11/1/15 - by SP/4 Seldon P.Truitt STruitt2@woh.rr.com
    Rangers Lead the Way..............and then some.
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The Wall of Faces

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