I am hoping to find someone who can tell me a little more about my grandfather, James Keesee, who served in the Army during World War II.I have his Honorable Discharge papers which states he was a Tech Sergeant in HQ Co. 21st Infantry.His occupational specialty was Scout 761.Battles and Campaigns: New Guinea; Southern Philippines.Decorations and citations:Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon w/ 2 bronze stars; Philippine Liberation Ribbon with 1/ bronze star; Good conduct Ribbon; WW#2 Victory Medal.He served 2 years 10 months and 10 days overseas.His army serial # was 35 466 212.I also have his separation qualification paper that states, "Was platoon sergeant of intelligence and reconnissance platoon.Led men in scouting missions obtaining informtion concerning strength, locations, and equipment of enemy.Searched terrain for signs of enemy, and transmitted messages by radio and messengers.Made sketches of positions.Read maps and aerial photographs over seas 34 months in Pacific."Just before his death we also came across a very interesting letter of commendation to all officers and enlisted men of the 21st Infantry.Can anyone tell me (if they can tell from what I have told you) about the battles he was in? Or how I can find out?Is there any place I could go to find out exactly where he was and when he was there?I have a couple of photographs, one either says Mindaro or Mindano (I can't make it out for sure.)The war was a topic he chose to not talk about it, so all we know comes from the papers we found. Thank you to anyone who can provide a little information.