Mr Turner, I have read with interest your responce to the request for information on Arthur Turner of KY. I was wondering if maybe you might have some information about the unit my Father, Curtis Campbell of KY was in during this war. He was with Company B1265th Engineer Combat Battalion. He was a Rigger 189 A and plotted the course of enemy aircraft. He was entitled to ware European-African-Middle Eastern Theater Campaign Ribbon ASR 75 (2 Sep 45). Battles and Campaigns: Rhineland Central Europe. He entered the Army on 13 Jan 1942 at Fort Thomas, KY and place of Seperation was Ft. Leonardwood, MO on 21 Oct 1945. He left 15 Nov 44, destination ETO arrived 27 Nov 44 and departed (date not available) for USA arrived 24 Aug 45. I have a newsletter printed on the ship Aiken Victory dated 25 Aug 1945 that I believe he got when he left the ship in New York. He never told anyone about his experences at this time but we believe he was in some battles as he had what the doctor called 'shell-shock' and woke screaming in the night for several years afterwards. I would appreciate any information you might have on where he might have been overseas or what battles he may have been in. I have managed to get a complete set of the metals and ribbons he was awarded for his service, and his Honorable Discharge. He died in 1983. I have submitted his name for the WW II Memorial. Thank you for any help you can give. Ollie Campbell Teltow daughter of Curtis Campbell.