Hello everyone, my name is Ben Chadwick and I am a former Sergeant of Marines who has finally realized the importance of researching and documenting military history for future generations... it just took a tour of my own to appreciate the past. My grandfather was Major Charles Raymond Chadwick and I am on a search for any information regarding his unit, the 32nd Ordnance (MM) Company. I have located his certificate of service and the roster for the 32nd Ordnance (MM) Company from April 13, 1944. I'll scan the roster in and have it posted for tomorrow in hopes that it'll help others. Note: Major Chadwick's Army Serial Number is: 01548027, Birth Date: March 28, 1915. The only information I have located on the unit's history is the following: The 32nd Ordnance Company was inactivated 16 November 1931 at Fort Eustis, Virginia and reactivated on 16 June 1941 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. The Company was later reorganized and re-designated on 5 September 1942 as the 32nd Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company. After being inactivated on 15 November 1945 at Camp Cooke, California it was re-designated on 15 March 1949 as the 32nd Ordnance Maintenance Company and activated 1 April 1949 in Austria. On 9 March 1953 the unit was reorganized and re-designated as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 832nd Ordnance Battalion. Information from: U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and School - The Official Website of U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and School of Fort Lee, Virginia On his Military Record and Report of Separation Certificate his Battles and Campaigns read as follows: Normandy; Northern France; Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe. This is common knowledge of the Third Army's campaign entitlements as well, but what I am requesting help for is any specific locations the 32nd Ordnance Company might have been or any documentation involving their activity. I've been searching and nothing specific comes up concerning the 32nd Ordnance Company or the 32nd Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company. I've had my father sign the signature verification form for eVetsRecs so hopefully that'll shed some light, but any help would be much appreciated. Thank you for your time in advance! -Ben Also, I have several items from General Patton such as a "Christmas Card" (size of a business card with a prayer on it), and a letter written to the Third Army at the conclusion of the war. I assume these are common finds but let me know if you would like me to scan them as well.