Re: 303rd Ammunition Train WWI servicerecord
According to his discharge papers, my grandfather, Pfc. Michael Castles, served in the 303rd Am Tr, Co. D during WWI.His enlistment record states that he "participated in Campaign Toul Sector Aug. 28 to Sept. 11, 1918.Participated in St. Mihiel Offensive/ Sept. 12 to 14-1918. Suippe to Moselle campaign Puvenelle Sector/Sept.15 -Oct.4-1918. Participated in Meuse-Argonne Offensive from Oct. 5 to Nov. 11th-1918 including fall of Grand Pre and capture of Bois de Loges".
Does the "Am Tr" stand for Ammunition Train, maybe?