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  1.  a Merry & Blessed Christmas for all  here *

           ***  Nollaig  Shona Dhuit ***

     

    :26_24_1::14_1_107v::beamme:

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  2. hello Everone,,

    been way for a while...

    hope to be more active & continue the Hunt for The Unit Roster of the 291st Co B..Couldnt we just write to the base historian an ask??

  3. http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a167711.pd

    By nightfall on 17 December, the 2d Engineer Battalion, 2d Infantry Division, the 4th Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, along with the 35th, 44th, 158th, 254th, 291st, and a company of the 202d Engineer Combat Battalions were fighting as infantry

  4.  would like to Thank The Ones that have 'put up with me ' on the boards

    i apologise for confusing the issues BUT will be better i hope on further posts!

     

  5. the 291st joined the 51st and 202nd Combat Engineer Battalions, forming the 1111th Engineer Group attached to the US V Corps. The group followed in the charge across France, rebuilding bridges destroyed by the Germans.

    December 1944 found the 291st sprawled across a large but relatively quiet sector in Belgium. Elements were stationed in Malmédy, Stavelot, La Gleize, and Trois-Ponts among other smaller outposts.

    The 291st received a Presidential Citation for its "outstanding performance of duty in action" for holding a defensive position against a German offensive from 17 December to 26 December in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge:

    So Now I know  a little more of the otherr Units they Blended with.

  6. the 291st joined the 51st and 202nd Combat Engineer Battalions, forming the 1111th Engineer Group attached to the US V Corps. The group followed in the charge across France, rebuilding bridges destroyed by the Germans.

    December 1944 found the 291st sprawled across a large but relatively quiet sector in Belgium. Elements were stationed in Malmédy, Stavelot, La Gleize, and Trois-Ponts among other smaller outposts.

    The 291st received a Presidential Citation for its "outstanding performance of duty in action" for holding a defensive position against a German offensive from 17 December to 26 December in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge:

    So Now I know  a little more of the otherr Units they Blended with.

  7. Good Mornn everone!

    well have recieved ALLthe books  i posted on AND

    got my membership packet from the BoBA!

    And made a new friend from this website!

    http://www.grandmenil.com/

    yall have been great in your info & suggestions

    'So the journey continues'

    i sure appreciate yall !

    kitty

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