The 28th Infantry was originally an element of the 1st Infantry Division but was assigned to the 8th Infantry Division early in World War II and remained so to the end of the war. You're obviously referring to the 28th Infantry DIVISION which consisted of the 109th, 110th and 112th Infantry and service and support. With 3 regiments of infantry, 4 battalions of artillery, organic engineer, ordnance, quartermaster, signal, reconnaissance and medical units - plus attached tanks, tank destroyers, anti-aircraft artillery, etc. - an infantry division could number from 11,000 to 14,000 or more men. You might have better response if you narrow your request to his battalion or regiment.
P. S. "Bucket of Blood" - the division's unofficial nickname - derives from its shoulder patch, a solid red keystone (symbolic of the division's origins in the Pennsylvania National Guard), which is also suggestive of the its official nickname, "Keystone Division"