Greetings from Fort Worth, Texas, Pamela (Leeks) Seamster !
You are looking for the 92nd Infantry Division, which was activated at Fort McClellan, Ala. 15 Oct 42, and included five Infantry Regiments, 370th, 442nd, 473rd, 365th, and 371st; relocated to Fort Huashuca, Ariz 5 May 43; staged at Camp Patrick Henry, VA 17 Sep 44; departed Hampton Roads, VA POE, 22 Sep 44; arrived Naples, Italy16 Oct 44; PLEASE NOTE: The 370th IR arrived in advance of the rest of the division, and entered the combat line 23 Aug 44, crossing the River Arno, and taking Lucca; the division fought for control of Mounte Caula 6 Oct 44; a German counterattack against the division along the R. Serchio resulted in the collapse of division outposts 26 Dec 44; a general withdrawal of the division was made that same day; the division was reorganized 1 Mar 45; the division took Aulla 25 Apr 45; it took Alessandria 28 Apr 45; it was in this vicinity when the Italian campaign ended, 2 May 45; arrived NY POE 26 Nov 45; inactivated at Camp Kilmer, NJ, 28 Nov 45.
North Apennines Po Valley
Killed in Action 548 Wounded in Action 2,187 Died from Wounds 68
Assignments: Fifth Army, 4 Nov 44 IV Corps, 25 Dec 44 Fifth Army, 3 Apr 45
Commanders: Major General Edward M. Almond , Oct 42 Brigadier General John E. Wood, Aug 45.
Finally, if you look under SEARCH at
you will capture a picture of the 370th IR moving against the Germans in the Northern Apennines.
The division has always been referred to as the Nine Deuce Division.
I hope this fills in some of the blanks in your knowledge of your grandfather's military history.
Please let me know if you need more information. OK ?