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

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  • Bob rest, in God's, loving arms it has been 50 years ago

    Posted on 5/28/18 - by Don Goodall
    "They answered their country's call to arms, into battle they did go,
    Where their final destination was, no one will ever know.
    May their final resting place, under some unknown sod, be forever hallowed,
    For it is known only unto God."
  • Will continue to honor, respect and miss one of our own

    Posted on 5/27/18 - by Ted Coatney
    All gave some..Some gave all...Salute Lt.!!!...R.I.P. Blue Cord Brother...
  • God bless your soul and family

    Posted on 5/27/18 - by Suzanne Crosby
    Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice
  • Lt Byrnes Not Forgotten

    Posted on 5/27/18 - by Major J.R. Aldridge Ret. Army
    Lt Byrnes was serving with 196th I was with B Battery, 6th Bn, 29th Arty, 4th Inf Div at the time of his death I was told by a Sgt from the 196th in Feburary 1968 He was a nice young LT. who should have had an opportunity to grow to be a nice old man. Many years ago my family and I looked up his name on the wall. As I touched his name, a strange feeling of connection was felt. You gave your life for our country at a young age but it was not in vain. I pray that every current soldier will be as brave and have as much courage as you. you will always be a hero in our hearts. Thank you for showing your bravery and dedication to our country.Take care for now Lt Byrnes may you rest in peace.

  • La Sierra High School Longhorn

    Posted on 5/27/18 - by by friends of Bob La Sierra High school
    La Sierra High School Vietnam Veterans Memorial in the Earl J. Koobs Nature Area Carmichael,ca.To honor and remember Robert S. Byrnes class 1963 AS we walk through the Nature Area, we remember those who served to bring peace to this earth YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN

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