My name is ted isham and i am trying to find out information about my uncle's wwii service record.  
He was in the 2829th engineer combat battalion (which i think was part of the 40th ecb) and the 2829th was attached to 45th inf.
He has passed on now, but i recollect some of the very few stories he would tell us after some 'persuasions' and he would say that he blew up bridges.....
if anybody has any information on this unit or even the parent unit i would very much be grateful for some pointers on where to look.
thank you for allowing me into this group, it has been very fascinating reading all of the various stories of the engineers.  i have a better feel of what they did and how important they are.... Smile Smile Smile Smile

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