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

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  • La Sierra High School Bob was class 1963

    Posted on 2/25/18 - by Davy Baker
    Has it really been half a century? Seems like yesterday. Bob from La Sierra high school fell in battle. May he forever rest in peace and honored glory. I will raise a glass to his memory and toast him through my tears.
  • lived down the street from Bob

    Posted on 2/25/18 - by Mike Jones
    A TRUE HERO I knew two fallen soldiers of this war.....Bob was one of them . I paused for some time at his name and his smile . I thought, too, of all the people I've known that went to Vietnam (myself being one of them) and 'only' two that didn't make it home. It brings a new appreciation for life - just to think of those whose lives were cut so short. I think of the agony for Bob's mother, father and brother it hurts me yet today. I remember 1968 and the news my parents called of Bob's death - - the fear that grips any young boy whose eligable for the draft. Not a pleasant time with the 'armchair war'. We all recover, but never completely.

  • 1Lt Robert (Bob) Byrnes thank you

    Posted on 2/24/18 - by Joanne F Hopkins
    Your service and sacrifice can never be repaid.
    So thankful for Roberts Service, and so happy his memory is being kept alive by Byrnes Family. 1Lt.Robert (Bob) Byrnes will not be forgotten in our minds and Hearts.

  • My Hero, Bob Byrnes of Carmichael, Ca., 50, years ago

    Posted on 2/17/18 - by Vickie Dominguez
    Even though, I never really got to know you, as well as I wanted to. Bob, you and everybody, that has gone to war, I really admire for defending our freedom, of our country. Even though I was only 6, years old, when my hero was killed in Vietnam, that was bad news for Carmichael. I will always honor, you and every Day. Thank you! Bob, for our freedom

  • In Honored Rememberance

    Posted on 2/9/18
    lt., Robert S. Byrnes
    To a Fallen, Hero
    Honoring your memory, on this date for the Ultimate Sacrifice you made, on February 9th, 1968. lt Byrnes, your dedication, courage and service, to our nation will always, be remembere

The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.

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