OSS Scott, Carl A.

Going to the Wars
By John Verney
Peter Five
By Freddie Clark

John Robertson

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Staff member
[ JEDBURGH ENTRY ]
  • SURNAME
Scott
  • FORENAME
Carl Alden
  • UNIT
U.S.Army OSS Jedburgh Team Claude
  • RANK
Technical Sergeant
  • NUMBER
15121174
  • DATE OF DEATH
2nd November 1944
  • AGE
21​
  • GRAVESITE
Rockland Cemetery,Belpre,Washington County,Ohio
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Columbus,Franklin County,Ohio
born 25.12.1922 Ohio
resided 381 Carpenter Street,Columbus,Ohio
son of Mrs Bessie V. Anderson,Route 1,Galena,Ohio
graduated East High School
employed,Greyhound Bus Terminal
entered service July 1943 (Signal Corps)
POW and executed West Geningen,Holland
not on OSS Memorial
 

DATE OF DEATH:

02-Nov-1944
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Buckeye Jimmy

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As a Columbus, Ohio, resident and avid WW2 buff, I'm just starting to read Abundance of Valor and came across his name. His local address, high school and Greyhound Bus Station where he briefly worked still exist in this city. What a hero and great loss to our community, nation and his family and friends.
 
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