Rob Little was a friend of Ed Marks' in Vietnam.
Rob had known Top since he was a mere staff sergeant.
Little was assigned in the field with a squad of Sgt. Polkow's platoon.
Rob Little led a squad in the Paul Revere mission where Ralph Marchese was killed.
Little asked his squad to volunteer helping a tunnel runner in an underground Việt Cộng base.
He also participated in the Tay Ninh Province mission where Mike Albergo was killed in action.
In late October of 1966, Rob was assigned by Polkow to patrol Saigon during National Day.
Rob then enjoyed Christmas Day and New Year's Eve in Vietnam.
He later participated with Ed Marks in Operation Cedar Falls.
In February of 1967, Rob bade farewell to Lt. Fenelli and Ed Marks when they returned home.
One month later, Rob was introduced by Polkow to Lt. Alarnick, their new platoon leader.
The next month, Rob lost a letter from Ed Marks during a mortar attack.
Rob complained about Lt. Alarnick to 1st Sgt. Rowland.
In June of 1967, Rob was told by Sergeant Rowland that new replacement troops were due to arrive.
Some time later, Little was eventually injured by a grenade blast.
Rob was treated at the Chu Chi Twelfth Evac Hospital.
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