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  1. Sorry I haven't been active lately. Work drives me crazy. In june, I met with Michael Brodhead at the Corps of Engineers support facility in Alexandria. They have a lot of WWII documentation, but not at the regiment, battalion or company level. For that I went to the National Archives and found unit histories, and photos, for both of my father's units. Also, thanks to this site, I was able to find information on the convoy and ship that took my father to England. Stuff he would never discuss untill I was a veteran myself. So thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
  2. My name is Dave and I'm the son of a WWII Engineer. My dad, Paul Meek, was the company supply sgt for E Co. 368th Engineer (GS) Regiment and the 2837th Engineer Petroleum Distribution Co. in northern France. While he was not part of VI Corps, I hope someone here will be able to give me some information about these units, or point me to someplace that has some. I have had contact with the Corps of Engineers and received a history of the regiment. It's great, but raises a lot of questions as well. So, I hope to hear from some of you.