The following information pertains to an unknown serviceman whose remains have been located and interred at a American Battle Monuments Cemetery or National Cemetery.
Burial Location: Ardennes
Location: 6.36393 Lon. 50.67954 Lat.
Hurtgen Forest, Germany
At Sea Loss: No
Source: X-File pg 14/16
Approx Date(s) Death: 11/01/1944 - 11/30/1944
Remains: skull crushed no mandible, long bones present
Dental Chart Available: No
Estimated Height: 5'8"
Branch of Service: Ground
Location Mgrs: WF - 0332
AGRS Unit: 164 QM Bn
above ground btb Phillips, Laurence 36595807, vic of two other unknown US remains near Vossenack, sketch p. 9 36595807
Row/Plot Grave: W-10-248
Units in Area: Assessment: Could be 110 or 109 28ID 2-16 NOV44. Could be 60IR No 39IR MIA in period. Could be Phillips date of death and unit correlate. Less likely 78ID mid JAN45. (Lat/Long position is wrong)
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We are looking for ....Photos, Morning Reports, After Action Reports and other documents including those of units that may have been near the coordinates LON: 6.36393, LAT: 50.67954 on the approximated dates of death 11/01/1944 - 11/30/1944. Some unit information related to the recover location may encompass: Assessment: Could be 110 or 109 28ID 2-16 NOV44. Could be 60IR No 39IR MIA in period. Could be Phillips date of death and unit correlate. Less likely 78ID mid JAN45. (Lat/Long position is wrong).
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