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X-22300 Buried Unknown

The following information pertains to an unknown serviceman whose remains have been located and interred at a American Battle Monuments Cemetery or National Cemetery.

File: X-22300
Burial Location: Sicily-Rome
Plot: C
Row: 14
Grave: 41

Location: 13.49547 Lon. 37.1665 Lat.
Mt Soprano, Italy
ashore vic St Agata
At Sea Loss: Yes
Source: X-file

Approx Date(s) Death: 07/09/1943 - 07/10/1943
Remains: legs missing, remains had both complete upper and partial lower denture, assoc with O'Hara Thomas B., 313 Troop Carrier Group, 35-40 yrs, entire skeleton has evidence of Rickets
Dental Chart Available: Yes
Estimated Height: 5'9"
Branch of Service: Airborne

Location Mgrs: G552413

AGRS Unit: 46th QM GR Co, CIP-1574
1st buried civ cem St Agata, 32390907

Burial: Mt. Soprano
Row/Plot Grave: TCD-7-660

Units in Area: 313/314 Troop Carrier Wing

Recovery Location:

The recovery location is at the center of this map.

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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: 13.49547, LAT: 37.1665 on the approximated dates of death 07/09/1943 - 07/10/1943. Some unit information related to the recover location may encompass: 313/314 Troop Carrier Wing.

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