We shall not forget

Ardennes

The Ardennes American Monument and Cemetery at Neupré, Belgium provides the final resting place for three Citadel Men.
Gold stars indicate the general location of their graves.

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Jerome Chris Serros Frank Elmer Grogan, Jr.
Captain, U.S. Army Air Forces Technical Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Forces
The Citadel, Class of 1942 The Citadel, Class of 1942
Service # O-660688 Service# 14124065
55th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group 712th Bomber Squadron, 448th Bomber Group, Heavy
Entered the Service from: Florida Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: 2-Nov-44 Died: 25-Mar-1945
Buried at: Plot B Row 41 Grave 2 Buried at: Plot D Row 6 Grave 50
Ardennes American Cemetery Ardennes American Cemetery
Neupre, Belgium Neupre, Belgium
Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster Awards: Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple Heart
hendon_1946_ardennes
James William Hendon, Jr.
Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Forces
The Citadel, Class of 1946
Service # 34834337
550th Bomber Squadron, 385th Bomber Group, Heavy
Entered the Service from: Georgia
Died: 1-Mar-45
Buried at: Plot D Row 1 Grave 9
Ardennes American Cemetery
Neupre, Belgium
Awards: Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters


More information about each of these Citadel Men can be found by accessing their individual in memoriam page via the alphabetical list page.
Sources: American Battle Monuments Commission, Mike Stannard ’65, The Citadel Archive & Museum

Download a memorial booklet for the Citadel Men interred in the Ardennes American Cemetery here.

More information about the Ardennes American Monument and Cemetery including downloadable video, brochure, and booklet can be found on the American
Battle Monuments Commission website.

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