My father was also in the 191st tk bn, but in company "C". I have a few a the decals which has " Treat' em Rough : on them. His commanders name was Chauley. They got together a few times over the years. Dad started in N. Africa into Italy, then France and into the Rhineland. I have his discharge card that says he had - European African Middle Eastern theater ribbon w/4 Bronze Battle Stars4 overseas service barsvictory medalgood conduct medal and purple heart medal. It then has letters either "go" or "co" 23 191st tk bn 44. not sure what the letters are. At the top of the card under his name it says ccc 191st tk bn. This card is old and parts are hard to read. Does anyone know what the last letters may mean? I also have pictures and a Stars and Stripes paper, ration card from Sept 10, 45 - organizatio says 503rd-3rd dep.- Have a Christmas 1944 Menu from the 100th General Hospital thur the Mess Department - it says "somewhere in France"with the following note from Sam F. Seeley- Colonel, M.C. Commanding "On this Christmas, every member of the Command has a right to say "So far, a job well done". I pray that we are now fully prepared for the last act of the war in the European Theater and that we shall spen the next Christmas with our loved ones. We must dedicate ourselves to extra effort from this day to insure the speedy and thorough victory".
I enjoyed reading your message about your dad it reminds me of my dad, now gone four years. Robin