On 23 January 1943, the PPA engages in a raid on an unnamed Roman fortress outside the Tunisian village of Matmata. During the attack, Corporal Harold Snyder, a cartographer with the unit, is captured and Sergeant Jack DeHart, along with Rowe, are tasked with rescuing him. However, both men are pinned down by enemy fire. They are rescued by Private Edward Carlyle, who breaks through the German position and links up with the pair in an ancient watchtower. DeHart informs Carlyle that Snyder is being held underground in the fortress's cistern system and requests his assistance in freeing him. The group makes their way across the courtyard, coming under fire from German soldiers and aircraft, and must blow apart an Sd. Kfz. 251 blocking their path. Here Rowe can be killed at any time by enemy fire.
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