Hello, David, thanks for the information.while going through some things my Mom has saved I found a manila envelope from Robert H. "Chris" Chrisco.It was regarding a unit reunion.The letter was dated 2-20-1994.Daddy died in 1992 so he didn't get to go to any of the reunions.He was in Company A, 629th TD Battalion, APO 230, U.S. Army. What I have now is not a roster, but a newsletter.Attached to the newsletter is a xeroxed booklet entitled: "The 30th Infantry Division in World War IIAugust 1946". One page in the booklet is titled "Saving The BreakoutThe 30th Division's Heroic Stand At Mortain, August 7-12, 1944Alwyn Featherston, With Foreword by Maj. Gen. Ellis Williamson, U.S.Army(Ret.) Some of the pages have 'unclassified' stamped on them. I was young when Daddy came home...March 1945, but I remember he'd get letters from some of his buddies, one of whom was Danny Cronin.I know there was at least one more that I can't remember now. My oldest son had a company that wrote and published war games.They were historically and in every other way accurate.His first game was "V for Victory:Utah Beach".I mention it because when shutting down the game my Dad and Mom's picture pops up...Daddy was in his uniform.It was an original photo we have all cherished.People asked my son where he got the people to dress up and pose for the picture, but it was his grandparents during WW II.