69th AmTrac Bn = 1st Bn, 69th Armor
Forgot to mention battle honors. The battalion (1/69th Armor) is currently entitled to the following decorations and campaign participation credits:
Presidential Unit Citation Streamer (PUC) embroidered
"Bastogne" (Company C, 69th Tank Battalion cited)
Valorous Unit Award (VUC) (Vietnam)
Cross of Gallantry with Palm (Vietnam)
Civic Action Honor Medal with Palm (Vietnam)
European, African Middle-Eastern Theater (ETO) Streamers
(5 campaign credits)
Vietnam Service Streamers (9 campaign credits)
The battalion's brief service or "incarnation" - seven months, twenty-six days - as 69th AmTracs entitled it to an ETO Streamer without inscription (non-displayable).
In the event you're researching an individual - perhaps to determine awards entitlement - the only awards your subject would be entitled to, from the info given (actually, lack of info given), would be the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater (ETO) Medal (or Army of Occupation Service Medal [with "Germany" Clasp], depending on date of arrival in the ETO) and the World War II Victory Medal. If assigned or attached to Company C, he'd have been entitled to wear the PUC, BUT ONLY WHILE SO ASSIGNED OR ATTACHED.