The 39th Infantry REGIMENT of the 9th Infantry Division was stationed in Aichach, Germany in the fall of 1945, & well into 1946.
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The 39th Infantry saw heavy combat in Europe in WW2. They were part of the 9th Infantry Division. Check any website relating to the 9th Infantry Division for more info.
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Contact the 350th Infantry Regiment Veteran's Association.
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I have the unit history of the 194th Glider Infantry Regiment in my library of over 4,000 books about WW 2. Please contact me with any questions that you may have. Richard V. Horrell WW2Connections.com
You might try this website, it is a history of the 88th. There might be someone in there you can contact for information about Charles Eckman http://www.lonesentry.com/unithistory/88thinfantry/page1.html The unit history of the 88th Division is "The Blue Devils in Italy; A History of the 88th Infantry Division in World War II" by John Delaney, printed in 1947 and still available by Battery Press, Nashville. The book has one appendix with a roster of casualties(KIA) and another one for decorations.
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Assuming you're referring to a past member of the 7th Infantry Regiment, you can send a Freedom of Information Act Request for the military records of that person, provided you have their name and branch of service available. If this was a veteran of the Second World War, you may encounter some difficulty, as many WWII veterans' records were destroyed in the 1971 St. Louis fire. If you're referring to someone currently serving in the 7th Infantry Regiment, you would need to double check your information. There is the 1st Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, there's the 2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, and there's the 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, with the latter two being part of the 3rd Infantry Division at Fort Stewart, Georgia. With the current battalion structure, it's highly unlikely that any of them will have an H Company.. they'll typically have A, B, C, and sometimes D and E companies, as well as HHC.
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Are you trying to locate the Person or find information on a Soldier? This is listed under WW2, so a good source for the 7th Infantry Regiment of the 3rd Infantry Division is the history book, "History of The Third Infantry Division in WWII" by Donald G. Taggart. It was first published in 1940's but a reprint can be obtained from Battery Press in Nashiville, TN. In this book there are many names of soldiers who fought in WW2. The book is a large book and the roster is quite extensive. You should find his name in there.
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