You won't find a lot of information on units battalion-size and smaller in general circulation - especially service and support units. The battalion landed in France 2 July 1944 and served through the end of the war, during which period it was assigned to Third Army, First Army, First Allied Airborne Army, VII Army Corps, XV Army Corps and tactically attached to 9th Infantry Division, 5th Armored Division (during which elements were "loaned" to 28th Infantry Division and 2d Infantry Division), 83d Infantry Division, 75th Infantry Division, 82d Airborne Division and 99th Infantry Division. The battalion's campaign credits include Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe. How any or all of the above applies to your man, or even Company C, depends on his service dates with the company and battalion, the company's assignments and movements and other factors. The only way to retrace the company's activities with any accuracy is to access official records. In this case, Morning Reports of 15 December 1941 through 3 December 1945, the company's term of active Federal service, and after-action reports of the various engagements in which the company took part.