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X-05424 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-05424
Burial Location: North Africa
Plot: A
Row: 17
Grave: 10

Location: 10.8607 Lon. 36.9586 Lat.
Sidi Daoud, Tunisia

At Sea Loss: Yes
Source: estimated from sketch

Approx Date(s) Death: -
Remains: much of torso missing, S/SGT stripes on fatigue uniform
Dental Chart Available: Yes
Estimated Height:
Branch of Service: Ground

Location Mgrs: K556709
assoc with loss of HMS Rohna
AGRS Unit:
washed ashore, first buried by French in isolated grave south of Sidi Daoud on coast, sketch p. 18

Burial: Tunis Cemetery,Tunis,Tunisia
Row/Plot Grave: A-16-301

Units in Area:

Recovery Location:

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