During the war, fatalities - combat and non-combat alike - were interred in temporary military cemeteries within the theater of operations where death occurred. Beginning in 1947 or thereabout, remains were re-interred in permanent military cemeteries abroad or, at the written request of next-of-kin, repatriated to the U. S. for reburial.
George Vargo didn't wind up at Woodlawn by chance. Someone - his designated next-of-kin - expressed a desire that he be interred there. This individual is named in his deceased file. There's a wealth of other information.
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