ROBERT M CARLOZZI
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HONORED ON PANEL 28E, LINE 79 OF THE WALL

ROBERT MATTHEW CARLOZZI

WALL NAME

ROBERT M CARLOZZI

PANEL / LINE

28E/79

DATE OF BIRTH

01/14/1947

CASUALTY PROVINCE

THUA THIEN

DATE OF CASUALTY

10/27/1967

HOME OF RECORD

WHEATON

COUNTY OF RECORD

Montgomery County

STATE

MD

BRANCH OF SERVICE

MARINE CORPS

RANK

LCPL

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REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR ROBERT MATTHEW CARLOZZI
POSTED ON 7.3.2015
POSTED BY: Mary Frances Mann Nagel

Remembering a classmate

It hasn't been that long ago that I found out that we lost Robert in Vietnam. I left Maryland in 1962 so I wasn't in touch with anyone back home. When the traveling wall came here I found Robert's name and traced it, and also realized he was lost two days after my birthday. Seeing his picture here and his headstone really struck me in my heart.

Robert was a gentle person. May he rest in peace in God's heavenly kingdom.

I've never forgotten you Robert and I hope we meet again in heaven.
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POSTED ON 10.27.2013
POSTED BY: A Marine, USMC, Vietnam

Semper Fi

Semper Fi, Marine.
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POSTED ON 10.13.2013
POSTED BY: Curt Carter

Remembering An American Hero

Dear LCPL Robert Matthew Carlozzi, sir

As an American, I would like to thank you for your service and for your sacrifice made on behalf of our wonderful country. The youth of today could gain much by learning of heroes such as yourself, men and women whose courage and heart can never be questioned.

May God allow you to read this, and may He allow me to someday shake your hand when I get to Heaven to personally thank you. May he also allow my father to find you and shake your hand now to say thank you; for America, and for those who love you.

With respect, and the best salute a civilian can muster for you, Sir

Curt Carter
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POSTED ON 3.9.2012
POSTED BY: John

Thank You, Robert Matthew Carlozzi

I grew up in Rockville, Maryland - about 15 minutes from Wheaton, where you, Robert, grew up. I didn't know you but my Dad, George, knew your Father, Sal. I'm guessing they worked together at the Government Printing Office? My Dad used to mention your name very often to me after what happened; he would say, 'Sal Carlozzi's son, Robert - he was killed in Vietnam.' It stuck with me and over the years I wanted to know more about you.

My Dad and I visited the Wall one Veteran's Day just a few years ago and we both saw your name there. Very moving for both of us to see your name.

Thanks to the Internet I found your burial location at Arlington National Cemetery (Section 31, Site 6626). And yesterday I drove over from Maryland and finally got to 'meet' you there. You are buried in such a beautiful spot, too - right along Roosevelt Drive to the right. I took some pictures and posted one of them here.

It's great to see your face also on this webpage! Many thanks to Susan Tasaki who posted your picture.

Robert Carlozzi, you're a heck of a guy to serve our country and people like me. God Bless You Always for your sacrifice! I will never forget you. I have your picture now and will especially remember you each October 27 - that's a promise!
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POSTED ON 10.27.2009
POSTED BY: 60's Girl

On Your Angel Day

I don’t know where to begin to express my gratitude to someone so courageous, but I will try.

I want to thank you for taking up the call to serve your country so honorably and I want to thank you for the ultimate sacrifice that any man can make – your precious life. Please know that these mere words come from my heart and I mean ever one of them.

No matter how others may feel you did not die in vain, nor was the war senseless. You and your brothers-in-arms whose names are engraved on The Wall have and will be an influence for good in this country. You and the others have influenced the youth of our country – this is shown by the remembrances these young people have left for all of you on this site. You all have touch a cord in them and they will remember your sacrifice all of their lives; so, your deaths are not in vain.

I am proud of you and the others and can hardly wait for the day when I will be able to meet you and give my thanks to you all.

You courageous men have touched me to my very soul with your selfless actions and I will spend the rest of my day honoring you all in whatever way that I can. Thank you for the bottom of my heart!!

On this your Angel Day I leave this quote for you it’s from the movie We Were Soldiers:

To fallen soldiers, let us sing,
Where no rockets fly or bullets wing
Our broken brothers let us bring
To the Mansions of the Lord

No more bleeding, no more fight
No prayers pleading through the night,
Just divine embrace, eternal light
In the Mansions of the Lord

Where no mothers cry and no children weep
We will stand and guard though the angels sleep
Through the ages safely keep
The Mansions of the Lord
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