I may have missed a message along the way, but I am looking at Selby L. Stantion's excellent text 'WORLD WAR II ORDER of BATTLE",which chronicles the military history of the 90th Infantry Division.
In your post #1605, you assume that the division was inactivated in Europe. NO, it returned to NY P/E 12-16-45 and inactivated 12-17-45 at Camp Shanks, NJ. (Sorry that I can't ID the ship for you.)
As for the composition of the 17th Air Borne Division, it included two Glider Infantry Companies (193rd, 194th) among many other units.
As you know, the unit arrived in Europe late in the conflict, 25 Aug 44 (UK), then to the continent, 24 Dec 44 ( = D-Day plus 201 days),thence to the line 25 Dec 44 for the Battle of the Bulge.
It spent 45 days in combat, during which time it had 564 Killed in Action, 1,473 wounded in Action and had 129 Missing in Action. In addition, there were 854 Non-Battle Casualties, for a total of 3,020, which would be approximately 23.2% of the unit's personel.
Rhineland, 9-15-44 / 3-21-45 Ardennes-Alsace, 12-16-44 / 1-25-45 Central Europe , 3-22-45 / 5-7-45
During which they captured approximately 17,344 German prisoners.
The commanding officer of the 17th AB Division was Major General Wm. M. Miley, 25 Aug 44.
The CO of the 194th Glider Infantry Company was Col. James R. Pierce, 25 Aug 44.
True, the 194th G.I. was attached to the 95th ID 5 Apr 45 / 13 Aug 45.
Finally, there is available a 1 1/2 page list of all Command Post locations, which I will be pleased to mail you (too lengthy for my poor typing efforts), if you will post an address to my e-mail.
Mr. Stanton gives an adeqaute description of the battle activities of the unit as they progressed.
That is about all I can come up with on the 194th Glider Infantry of hte 17th AB Division.