We shall not forget

Sicily-Rome

The Sicily-Rome American Monument and Cemetery at Nettuno, Italy provides the final resting place for four Citadel Men. All four were members of the Class of 1946.
To visit a man’s In Memoriam page, click on his name or photo.

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Joseph Ambrose Doyle, Jr. Ross L. Carmichael
The Citadel, Class of 1946 The Citadel, Class of 1946
First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Forces Private, U.S. Army
Service # O-828978 Service # 33626939
757th Bomber Squadron, 459th Bomber Group, Heavy 157th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division
Entered the Service from: South Carolina Entered the Service from: South Carolina
Died: 28-Apr-45 Died: 23-Feb-44
Buried at: Plot C Row 14 Grave 27 Buried at: Plot G Row 4 Grave 56
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery Sicily-Rome American Cemetery
Nettuno, Italy Nettuno, Italy
Awards: Awards: Purple Heart
Jule Hancock, Jr. Frank William Cantillion
The Citadel, Class of 1946 The Citadel, Class of 1946
Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Forces Private First Class, U.S. Army
Service # 34652165 Service # 31336605
514th Bomber Squadron, 376th Bomber Group, Heavy 337th Infantry Regiment, 85th Infantry Division
Entered the Service from: South Carolina Entered the Service from: Connecticut
Died: 14-Oct-44 Died: 2-May-44
Buried at: Plot I Row 1 Grave 69 Buried at: Plot J Row 5 Grave 55
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery Sicily-Rome American Cemetery
Nettuno, Italy Nettuno, Italy
Awards: Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Purple Heart Awards: Purple Heart

Sources: American Battle Monuments Commission, Mike Stannard ’65, The Citadel Archive & Museum, Scott Nahrgang ’96

More information about each Citadel Man can be found by accessing his individual in memoriam page via the alphabetical list.

Planning a visit to Nettuno, Italy? Download here a memorial booklet for the Citadel Men interred in the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery to take with you.

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

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