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ROBERT SCOTT BYRNES


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

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  • Bob La Sierra High School Longhorn 1963

    Posted on 9/6/18 - by Dianna Lawless Cutrer LSHS 1966
    Thank you for all you gave HERO!!!! Rest easy in the arms of the Angels and know you are loved, respected and will never be forgotten!!!
  • RIP And Thank You For Your Service Sir, God Bless You And Your Family

    Posted on 9/2/18 - by JM McGraw
    I feel so sad because so many of us were married and didn't come back. I was lucky and came back to my wife but our marriage almost didnt survive the rage i was in. That war will leave my soul
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  • Bob had the sweetest spirit

    Posted on 8/17/18 - by April Winningham
    Bob, you will never be forgotten. Your life, service and sacrifice is admirable and we are so very grateful to know you. So sorry for your sorrow! RIP hero.
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  • In Humble Tribute To A Fallen Hero

    Posted on 8/16/18 - by Garnet Jenkins
    1LT Robert Scott Byrnes:
    In Remembrance of your Sacrifice and with Profound Gratitude for your Courage, Service and Dedication to our Country and for Freedom. Rest in Peace, 1LT Robert Scott Byrnes and know that you will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. NEVER MY SOUL, STILL THE SONG, OF WOUNDED HEARTS, THEIR LOVED ONE GONE.....OF HIM WHO GAVE HIS LIFE, FOR ME.....THAT I MIGHT LIVE, IN LIBERTY.
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  • RIP Robert.Byrnes (Bob) 1LT.

    Posted on 8/15/18 - by Tom Birdsong
    I lived in Carmichael in the early 60's and never knew your name to honor your service to all of us thank you LT.
    I served in Vietnam in 67 -68.
    RIP warrior
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