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

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  • Rest in Peace LT Byrnes.... thank you for your service.

    Posted on 12/2/18 - by Francis Craven
    So many lives lost and bright futures lost. They probably had visions of making the world a better place. May they all Rest In Peace. May their families stay strong as we will never forget these brave unselfish patriotic men and women. V N 68-69
  • Rest In Peace Hero Warrior .. Amen .. Amen .. Amen ..

    Posted on 11/29/18 - by Steve Taylor
    Thank you for your service and sacrifice 1Lt Robert Byrnes! May God comfort your family! I was there also and I think just about everyone knew someone that sacrificed everything in that ugly war! Peace to you and your family!

    Posted on 11/29/18 - by Alma Grauso
    Rest peacefully. Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice so we can freely live. Praying for family, friends and all who serve
  • Thank you for your service Robert S Byrnes.. Continue to RIP!!!!

    Posted on 11/28/18 - by Kitty Eckstein-Bryant
    I share your hurt, sorrow, and anger! I too lost my beloved brother James Maple in Vietnam! He was also a forward observer and didn’t really have a chance of coming home! My anger over the disrespect these men and women got from an ungrateful nation is still burning in my heart!
    I also lost my dad in World War II, but at least he received some respect and appreciation from a grateful country! Our brothers are resting comfortably in Gods arms now. God bless you and your family Lieutenant Byrnes
  • Acknowledging of a Hero 1Lt Byrnes

    Posted on 11/27/18 - by Carson Clayton
    May he rest in peace, 1Lt Robert S Byrnes your bravery will never be forgotten

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