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is honored on Panel 38E, Line 46 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice for our nation. 38E 046 Rest in peace.

    Posted on 2/19/19 - by VonCille Bruce
    So many friends died during the Vietnam War and I was privileged to be able to visit the Vietnam War Memorial. It is a profoundly moving and humbling experience to see the names on the wall who gave their lives for our nation and the freedoms we all enjoy. Robert S. Byrnes RIP
  • Thank you for your service and sacrifice for your country sir May you rest in peace

    Posted on 2/17/19 - by Wilma Brinster GSM
    Bob may you rest in peace. May the generations come to understand some glimpse of honor, sacrifice, courage, valor, love for our country and the true price of freedom. You will not be forgotten. In today’s world where people look up to entitled sports figures and reality stars as role models, we need to remember what a real hero looks like. First Lieutenant Robert Bob Byrnes was a true hero. Thank you for your service, sir. RIP May the Byrnes family and all your friends find peace and comfort.
  • Rip my LT Byrnes see you down the trail Sir

    Posted on 2/17/19 - by Stephen W. Thorpey
    What wonderful memories you have of your brother. May LT Byrnes and all those that made the Ultimate Sacrifice Rest In Peace.
  • Bless you, Jim for your touching remembrance of your brother. RIP Bob.

    Posted on 2/15/19 - by Kathleen DiBlasi
    Rest Well in God's Arms Sir. Thanking you and your family for your service and sacrifice. Job Well Done. Never Forgotten.
  • God bless 1LT Byrnes RIP SIR, never forget.

    Posted on 2/15/19 - by Rick Blackburn
    Bob gave his lives freely for our living to honor this country and them.. never forget 1Lt Robert S Byrnes KIA 2-9-68!!!
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The Wall of Faces

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