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He was KIA or DOW on 13 Apr 1945, according to the overseas headstone application he was with the 741st TNK BN, awarded the Purple Heart. If you want you can use a SF-180 and request his IDPF file this sometimes will show how he was KIA, DOW.
He is currently buried at Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial.
Thanks for your reply!
Yes, your information is correct: Sgt Fryer was KIA on April 13 1945.
He died after his tank was hit by a German bazooka on this day.
Do you maybe know how I can find out if Sgt Fryer was a member of C-company on D-Day and if he was in a sunken DD-tank of his battalion? I think this isn't written down in his IDPF-file.