I have been asked to do a little background bio for an AAF pilot KIA, for now anonymous and has little bearing on my question at hand. I hope some of our French members can help; all others welcome too. The veteran in question was killed during Operation Dragoon in Southern France. Attached is the US re interment record, names redacted, for now. My main query here is the line on this document: returned from Luynes-Aix-En-Provence, France Probably another stupid question but is this a specific cemetery, temporary or otherwise? Or is this a generality used for cemeteries in the south of France? Could this be what became the Rhone American Cemetery https://www.abmc.gov/cemeteries-memorials/europe/rhone-american-cemetery#.WZNoveSWyM8 or not necessarily correct. If you do not know with certainty please do not respond, I can guess enough on my own. Found this interesting site http://qmgrs.com/war-cemeteries-map-world-war-ii/ not sure if it holds the answer I seek but may help others searching this topic. Thanks in advance for help with this specific "Luynes-Aix-En-Provence, France" [where was it?] topic. The individual KIA was shot down crashing at Carquieranne east of Toulon, France after attaching that target, if this helps with the cemetery of initial interment in southern France.