Greetings, Jeff Morehead !!
You may well already have the following information, but in case you don't, "here 'tis".
The 101st A/B Divison was activated at Camp Clairborne, LA, 15 Aug 42.
It was comprised of three Glider Infantry Regiments (327th, 502nd, 506th), two Glider Field Artillery Battalions (321st, 907th), two Parachute Field Artillery Battalions (377th, 463rd), plus other elements.
Following training in LA, the division relocated to Fort Bragg, N.C., 29 Sep 43;
was on training maneveurs in TN;
returned to Bragg, 20 Jul 43;
departed NYPE, 5 Sep 43;
arrived England, 15 Sep 43;
(NOTE: TROOP SHIP CROSSINGS states " A convoy of "several ships" left USA 5 Sep 43, and arrived at Bristol and Liverpool, England, 15 Sep 43").
air-asaulted Normandy, France, 6 Jun 44;
returned to England, 13 Jul 44;
air-assaulted Nijmegen-Arnhem, Holland, 17 Sep 44;
moved to France, 28 Nov 44;
crossed into Belgium, 18 Dec 44, for the Battle of the Bulge;
crossed into Germany, 4 Apr 45;
inactivated in France, 30 Nov 45.
The division went to the line and secured the beach exits
in the St. Martin-de Varreville-Pouppeville area , 6 Jun 44;
the 327th GIR was engaged on the outskirts of Carentan,
11 Jun 44, causing a German withdrawal;
division moved to Cherbourg in relief of the 4th ID,
30 Jun 44;
returned to England for rehabilitation, 13 Jul 44.
Returning to action, the division air-assaulted in Holland , 17 Sep 44, with the plan to take and secure bridges at Veghel and Zon in the vicinity of Eindhoven.
The Zon bridge was lost to German demolition before it could be taken. A foot bridge was erected by the engineers, by which the division crossed to take Eindhoven, 18 Sep 44.
Having taken Schijndel, 21 Sep 44, Veghel, 22 Sep 44, and a roadblock at Koevering, 25 Sep 44, the division returned to France for R&R, 28 Nov 44.
The Ardennenes offensive was launched by the Germans,
17 Dec 44, forcing the division back to the line at Bastogne, 19 Dec 44, where it was almost immediately surrounded, with the Germans demanding its surrender, which geneated the famous response, "Nuts".
4th ID broke the German encirclement, 26 Dec 44;
the 506th PIR broke out to take Recogne, 9 Jan 45;
the Bois Jacques was cleared;
Foy was taken 13 Jan 45;
the 327th GIR moved toward Bourcey,on or about 14 Jan 45;
Neville fell to the division, 15 Jan 45;
Bourcey and Hardingy both fell to the division,17 Jan 45 ;
division closed in on the Drulingen-Sarraltroff area,
22 Jan 45;
and moved into the Hochfelden zone, 26 Jan 45.
The division was in France for rehab., 25 Feb 45;
moved into the Ruhr Pocket, 31 Mar 45;
took over the 97th ID sector, 4 Apr 45;
moved to the Memmingen region, 27 Apr 45;
assigned task of policing the Kaufbeuren-Saulgrub-
Wertach-Kempton zone, 30 Apr 45;
moved to Miesbach area in relief of 4th ID,1/4 May 45.
Division was located at Berchtesgaden when hostilities in Europe ended, 7 May 45.
Killed in Action, 1,766
Wounded in Action, 6,388
Died from Wounds, 324.
Casualty rate, better than 70%.
Primary Commanding Officers:
MG Maxwell D. Taylor, Mar-44, Dec-44
BG Anthony C. McAuliffe, Dec-44.
Location at war's end, 15 Aug 45,
Mourmelon Legrande, France.
Sorry that I can't tell you more, Jeff. Those two references were the only ones I could come up with for the 327th GIR.
Hope this helps.
Louie F. Turner.