Greetings, Judy Price!
I haven't forgotten your request and my promise, but I have simply been swamped.
This I can tell you right now:
The 69th ID was activated at Camp Shelby, MS, 15 May 1943;
trained under VII and IX Corps;
staged at Camp Kilmer, NJ, 23 Nov 44;
departed NY P/E, 24 Jan 45;
arrived England, 12 Dec 44;
landed in France-ETO, 24 Jan 45;
campaigned Rhineland and Central Europe;
arrived NY/PE, 16 Sept 45;
inactivated at Camp Kilmer, NJ,18 Sept 45.
The 9th ID was activated at Fort Bragg, NC, 1 Aug 1940;
departed NY P/e, 11 Dec 42;
arrived North Africa, 25 Dec 42;
campaigned Algeria-French Morocco, Tunesia;
arrived England, 25 Nov 43;
landed Utah Beach, France, 10 Jun 44;
crossed into Belgium, 2 Sep 44;
entered Germany, 14 Sep 44;
active there thru 1946.
Location at war's end, 15 Aug 45:
If he moved into the 9th ID during Aug-44, he must have been on French soil.
Typically, a Division would be assigned to one of many senior units, including Corps,Army or Army Group,on a where-needed-when-needed basis.
From 25 Nov 43 to 25 Oct 44, the 9th ID was assigned to VII Corps, which would include the time of his transfer.
VII Corps was then commanded by BG Francis W. Honeycutt.
On 17 Aug 44 it helped close the Falaise Gap;
crossed the RiverMarne in the Mieux area, 27 Aug 44, in pursuit of the Germans;
it established a bridgehead at the Marne, 6 Sep 44;
30th IR engaged in heavy fighting in the Huertgen Forest;
it was engaged in the Battle of the Bulge, 16 Dec 44 to
23 Jan 45, toward Mariaweler and Guerzenich;
it defended the Monschau area, restoring the the Monshau Line by 23 Dec 44;
it was active at Rohen, Drieden, Hammer, Wollseifen (house to house fighting), Boich, Thum, Berg, Rammagen,among others.
The Division held a defensive line on the Mulde Riverfrom 19 Apr 45, until the end of hostilities in Germany,
7 May 45.
This Divison entered combat 14 Jun 44, and was engaged 294 days,losing 3,856 KIA, 17,416 Wounded and 648 Died from Wounds.
There were 15,233 Non-battle Casualities, for a turn over of about 240% of personnel.
That is about all I can render.
I hope this helps with your profile of your father's military history.
Please acknowledge...most don't.
Feel free to get back to my if needed.
Louie F. Turner