|June 1, 1918- June 6, 1944 (26 years old)|
|Place of birth||Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania|
|Place of death||Foucarville, France|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
|Unit|| Commanding Officer, Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne.
82nd Airborne (former)
|Battles/wars|| Operation: Torch
Captain Robert Fazio was Matt Baker's commanding officer and was the CO of Fox Company during D-Day. Although he survived the initial landings, he was killed in the early afternoon of D-Day. He is seen dead on the road in a pool of his own blood.
Road to Hill 30Edit
He is seen dead in the mission Foucarville Blockade. It is unknown if Baker and the others were sent to assist him or if they found him merely by chance.
He is killed by a German sniper and his bloodstained body seen on the ground at the very begining of the mission Foucarville Blockade.
Script from the sceneEdit
Garnett: "So, what do you suppose killed him?"
Allen: "Well it wasn't old age I know that."
Garnett: "They wouldn't just leave him here... Didn't we take this town?"
Cut script from original sceneEdit
Fazio:"Alright, listen up. Baker, you take Hartsock and provide covering fire while Allen, Garnett and I...(gets shot in neck)."
Garnett:"Damn! Sniper got the captain!"
Allen:"Jesus! We gotta stop the bleeding!"
Hartsock:"Forget it. He's gone."
- He was the officer in charge of Fox Company.
- He is the only officer in all three games who used an M1A1 Carbine.
- He has corporal strips but is actually a captain.
- He was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
- Originaly, he was going to be killed at the begining of Foucarville Blockade but this was eventually cut and was reused in the mission Purple Heart Lane.