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Robert N. Wittan
First Lieutenanat, United States Army
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Robert Wittan. Hometown: Portage, Pennsylvania. Branch of service: Army. Rank: Captain. Born: June 12, 1920 
 Died: June 9, 1944, Anzio, three days after D-Day.
 
Message: His jeep hit a mine while he was on patrol. He had run over the same spot unharmed, 10 minutes earlier.

NOTE: His brother, Edgar M. Wittan, Colonel, United States Army Air Forces, was also killed in World War II and is also buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

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WITTAN, ROBERT N
1ST LT CO K 143 RD INF REGT USA WWII INF
DATE OF BIRTH: 06/12/1920
DATE OF DEATH: 06/09/1944
BURIED AT: SECTION 11  SITE 423
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
Posted: 30 October 2007
Purple Heart Medal