Referencing your message of 30 August. I answer inquiries in the order received AFTER I've taken care of paying clients. The 194th Gliders was, in fact, an element of the 17th Airborne Division, one of the original elements organized at Camp Mackall, North Carolina in April 1943. It's unlikely - but not impossible - your uncle transferred from the 90th Infantry Division to the 17th. Transfers were extremely rare, usually effected for "the good of the service". Units - especially line companies - were almost always short-handed and extremely reluctant to release members - especially trained members with combat experience. The 17th arrived in France on Christmas Eve, 1944 after four months in England. The 90th, which had been one of the assault divisions at Normandy, had been in country six months when the 17th arrived. This was near the beginning of the German offensive in the Ardennes ("The Bulge"), making the probability of a transfer even more remote. The 194th was temporarily attached to the 95th Infantry Division for about a week in April 1945 - perhaps this is the source of your info. The only way to trace your uncle's - or his company's - activities would be to research records. The cost would probably be more than you're willing to pay (and probably more than it's worth).