We shall not forget


The Citadel Memorial Europe is a volunteer supported, not-for-profit project remembering and honoring the Citadel Men who died in Europe and North Africa while serving their country and its allies. More detailed information about the memorial may be found in the About section of this website.

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Roger Long '89 at Ardennes American Cemetery in Belgium

Roger Long, ’89, Founder of The Citadel Memorial Europe Foundation, pays his respects to James William Hendon, Jr., ’46, who was killed during a mid-air collision of two bombers over the Belgian coast. SSGT Hendon rests in peace at Ardennes American Cemetery, Neupré, Belgium,which lies 12 km south of Liege.

2 responses

  1. Dexter W. Brown

    Joseph Dexter Brown Jr. also received the bronze star, silver star and the purple heart. He is my great-uncle. Parents were Joseph Dexter Brown and Francis Finley Brown.

    May 13, 2012 at 8:20 pm

    • Mr. Brown,

      Thank you so very much for providing this information. I have updated your great-uncle’s page. It is an honor to remember him and to be contacted by his family.

      Again, thank you.
      Roger Long ’89

      May 14, 2012 at 9:19 am

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