As Bob Powell has indicated, the 898th F.A.BN did not serve in the Pacific theater.
It arrived in France-ETO, 13 Dec 44, 3 days before the Battle of the Bulge erupted, 16Dec 44. It went into the line in Belgium along the Ourthe River, 23 Dec 44, which marked the start of 94 days in combat.
In the course of the three campaigns Bob listed, the 75th Infantry Division lost the following:
Killed in action, 817 Wounded in Action, 3,314 Died from Wounds, 111, a ratio of approximately 33%, or about 40 men a day.
The 898th F.A.BN was one of four field artillery battalions in the 75th ID (730th, 155 mm gun, 897th, 898th and 899th, the last three being 105 mm guns)
The division was performing military government duty at Westphalia, Germany, when hostilities ended in Europe, 7 May 45.
It was at Werdhol, Germany, at war's end, 15 Aug 45.