To encourage and fortify relationships between military service members, veterans, their families, their friends, and their Country; to nurture the path of communication for everyone, ensuring that no one is alone or left behind; and proving that we have not, are not, and will never forget the nobility of their sacrifices.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Honoring SPC Rudolph R Hizon- Project Honor

SPC Rudolph R HizonRudolph R Hizon joined the Army in January 2009 and deployed to Afghanistan in October 2010.
U.S. Army SPC Rudolph R. Hizon was assigned to Task Force Patriot soldiers from 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division.  Hizon, a 22-year-old Los Angeles native assigned to Company B, 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment’s Task Force Storm out of Fort Polk, LA
U.S. Army Spc. Kevin Jones of Aurora, Ill., assigned to Company B’s TF Storm, said he will always remember Hizon’s smile.

“I will always have you in my thoughts for the rest of my days,” said Jones of Hizon. “I love you man!”

Hizon was a good friend to everyone he knew, said U.S. Army Spc. Joshua Gonzales of Olath, Kan.

“I will always think of him as the happy and cheerful person he was… and I’m going to miss him dearly,” said Gonzales. “I love you, fool.”
U.S. Army Pfc. Clayton Contrall of Piedmont, Ala., also with Company B, said Hizon always had a “huge smile” on his face – the kind of smile that made everyone around him smile, too.

“You’re a warrior and will always be in my heart,” said Contrall. “Love you fool!”

“Fool” is a term of endearment used among some of the soldiers.

Hizon’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghan Campaign Medal with star device, Global War on Terror Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, NATO Medal and Combat Infantryman Badge.
If you knew Rudolph personally and have stories to tell of His Honor, His Valor, of his life, please contact us so we can updatehis story.
This article originates at War On Terror News- Project Honor, however if you contact me through comments or email at with stories of Rudolph I will be happy to pass them to the Editor so he may update his article. 

1 comment:

maryjane.baska said...

You will forever be remembered by so many for your sacrifice. There is no one in Hollywood who could hold a candle to anyone who serves in the military today. May your family and friends find some small consolation in all of us who honor Spc Rudolph Hizon.