Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
The Green Bay Packers and WPS Health Solutions paid special tribute to Warren Litza and his family during the Packers-Vikings game for Operation Fan Mail.
The Oak Creek, Wis., native is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He joined the military at age 17 and retired as a Master Sergeant after 33 years of service, including 26 years in the Army National Guard and seven on active duty.
During Warren’s time in the military, he served as a wheeled mechanic, track mechanic, motor sergeant, and battalion maintenance sergeant. He served tours in Germany from 1985-95 and was deployed as a part of Operation Noble Eagle from 2001-02. He was also deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2005-06, an 18-month deployment in which his unit did not experience any fatalities.
Warren was honored during his military career with several awards and badges, including the Combat Action Badge, Meritorious Service Medal, Achievement Medals, National Defense Ribbons, and Global War on Terrorism Service and Expedition Medals.
A lifelong Packers fan, Warren attended the game Sunday with his wife, Cyndi, daughter, Samantha, and son, Warren Litza II.