For starters, the 410th Infantry Regiment was one of three IRs (409, 410 and 411) in the 103rd Infantry Division plus other elements, of course.
Your time reference fits, for Stanton records that the division departed NY P/E, Oct-44, and arrived France-ETO, 20 Oct 44; entered combat at Chevry, France, 8-9 Nov 44; the division was re-located to the Sarreguemines area to defend against the German Ardennes Counteroffensive, which never reached its sector; entered Germany, 23 Mar 45; entered Austria, 2 May 45; had 147 days in combat; arrived NY P/E, 18 Sep 45; inactivated at Camp Kilmer, NJ, 20 Sep 45.
Rhineland Ardennes-Alsace Central Europe.
Killed in Action, 720 Wounded, 3,329 Died from Wounds, 101.
Location at War's end, 15 Aug 45: Innsbruck, Austria.
I can't tell you anything about his duty in the Canal Zone.