The North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial at Carthage, Tunisia provides the final resting place for a Citadel Man.
Another two Citadel Men are remembered on the Tablets of the Missing.
|George Bryan French||Robert Edward Poland||George Rhea Land, Jr.|
|The Citadel, Class of 1931||The Citadel, Class of 1942||The Citadel, Class of 1939|
|Technical Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Forces||Captain, U.S. Army Air Forces||Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Forces|
|Service # 38171611||Service # O-420507||Service # O-387374|
|487th Bomber Squadron, 340th Bomber Group, Medium||1st Squadron, 6th Ferry Group||84th Bomber Squadron, 47th Bomber Group, Light|
|Entered the Service from: Louisiana||Entered the Service from: Massachusetts||Entered the Service from: District of Columbia|
|Died: 23-Apr-43||Died: 4-Apr-43||Died: 2-Apr-43|
|Missing in Action or Buried at Sea||Missing in Action or Buried at Sea||Buried at: Plot A Row 9 Grave 4|
|Tablets of the Missing at North Africa American Cemetery||Tablets of the Missing at North Africa American Cemetery||North Africa American Cemetery|
|Carthage, Tunisia||Carthage, Tunisia||Carthage, Tunisia|
|Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart||Awards: Air Medal||Awards: Distinguished Service Cross, Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster|
More information about each Citadel Man can be found by accessing his individual in memoriam page via the alphabetical list.
Planning a visit to Tunisia? Download here a memorial booklet for the Citadel Men interred and remembered in the North Africa
American Cemetery to take with you.
More information about the North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial including downloadable video, brochure, and booklet
can be found on the American Battle Monuments Commission website.