In August 1944, Carmen was attached to the 185th Quartermaster Company (Depot Supply) in Karachi and immediately transferred to its detachment at the Replacement Depot #4 in Lake Beale, which was a main trans-India railway connection 125 miles north of Bombay. Like previous assignments, he was a truck driver and mechanic. The Depot was closed in March 1945 and Carmen was transferred to Calcutta where he eventually joined the 185th's main body after working as a pump operator with a Storage Section located in warehouses outside the town. On 16 October 1945, PFC Iozzio sailed on the USS General Harry Taylor back to New York, reversing the route he took to India two years prior. He arrived in New York and was discharged from the Army at Fort Dix New Jersey on 10 November 1945. Carmen and Lillian lived out their lives in New Jersey, Florida, and Texas until he passed away on 20 June 1998. His and Lillian's remains are interred at the South Florida National Cemetery in Lake Worth Florida.