1944 World War II Troop Ship Crossings
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Departure Date Embarkation Place Vessel Units on Board Convoy Number Debarkation Place Arrival Date Source of Information
44-01-01 Hampton Roads and Newport News, VA H.M.S. Andes 337th Infantry Regiment (85th Infantry Division) sailed alone Casablanca, French Morocco 44-01-09 B. Johnson, 337th Infantry Regiment (85th Infantry Division) and D. Jones (more)
44-01-04 New Caledonia USS Picking (DD-685) replacements? 754th Tank Battalion? ??? Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands (via New Hebrides) 45-01-08 Journal of Sabino Goitia, via E. Kennedy
44-01-09 Brooklyn, NY SS MerMac Dove 5000 Infantry Replacements escort by sub chaser to Panama Canal, by destroyer to New Caledonia New Caledonia 44-02-14 F. Ruscavage, later of 925 AAA AW Bn with Americal Division (more)
44-01-11 San Francisco U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 795 passengers sailed alone Noumea 44-01-24 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-01-13 Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands ??? 754th Tank Battalion medics? ??? Bougainville, Solomon Islands (via New Hebrides) 44-01-15 Journal of Sabino Goitia, via E. Kennedy
44-01-17 Honolulu, HI U.S.S. Harris 1st Battalion (32nd Infantry Regiment (7th Infantry Division)), plus misc. troops ??? Kwajalein Island 44-02-01 R. Nelsonís diary (more)
44-01-18 New York, NY U. S. S. George Washington 4th Infantry Division, including 20th Field Artillery Battalion ??? Liverpool, England 44-01-29 L. Langston (via son T. Langston)
44-01-23 Newport News, VA Gen. Horace A. Mann 5000 Infantry Replacements sailed alone Casablanca, French Morocco 44-01-31 R. Cloer) (more)
44-01-29 New York, NY Aquitania 474th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion; some Red Cross personnel and officers on upper decks sailed alone near Glasgow, Scotland 44-02-06 J. M. Clark (to S. Lawson) memory and discharge paper (more)
44-02-?? New York, NY??? Queen Elizabeth about 12000 troops; Air Corps replacements sailed alone Grennock, Scotland 44-02-?? R. Griffin (more)
44-02-01 Port Said, Egypt SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) "casuals" (mostly survivors of sunken freighters) GUS-30 New York, NY 44-02-29 T. Snell (more)
44-02-02 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth Pvt. C. W. Milligan of Air Squadron C4 (future member of 391st Air Service Squadron (32nd Air Service Group)); 20,000 others sailed alone Firth of Clyde, Scotland 44-02-08 C. W. Milligan (to W. Gibb), 391st Air Service Group (more)
44-02-05 Kwajalein Island U.S.S. Relief wounded troops sailed alone Honolulu, HI 44-02-14 R. Nelsonís diary (more)
44-02-09 New York, NY H.M.S. Andes 203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic (AAA) Automatic Weapons (AW) Battalion; 635th Tank Destroyer Battalion sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-02-18 A. Blood in Lucky 7th (1990), pp. 206-207 and B. Collins, whose father was on board (more)
44-02-10 Pier 57 in Brooklyn (New York, NY) Dominion Monarch replacements? ??? Liverpool, England 44-02-23 S. Hatch, whose father was on board
44-02-11 New York, NY Dutchess of Bedford ??? ??? Firth of Clyde, Scotland 44-02-22 L. Weiss, who was one of the troops on board
44-02-11 Hampton Roads, VA SS Lambert Cadwalader 773rd Squadron of 463rd Bomb Group ??? Naples, Italy 44-03-10 History of the Fighting 463rd via D. Pixler (more)
44-02-12 USA ??? 593rd Motor Ambulance Company (90th Infantry Division ?) ??? ETO 44-02-23 Discharge of W. Crowley (593rd Mtr Amb Co), via M. Crowley
44-02-12? Oran, Algeria Highland Queen 300 replacement infantry 2nd Lieutenants ??? Naples, Italy 44-02-16? R. Cloer) (more)
44-02-14 Halifax, NS Ile de France 814th Tank Destroyer Battalion; one other US battalion; some Canadian Army & Air Force; some British, mainly Royal Air Force; possibly Women's Royal naval Service ??? Greenoch, Scotland 44-Feb-22? C. Boykin, Gare la Bête (1995), p. 23-27
44-02-19 San Francisco U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 2,887 passengers (to San Pedro; 7.960 from San Pedro to Noumea) sailed alone Noumea (via San Pedro) 44-03-06 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-02-20 Camp Rousseau, California (Port Hueneme) Sea Pike 107th Naval Construction Battalion ??? Kwajalein Island, Marshall Islands (with a stop at Pearl Harbor) 44-03-07 The Log [a tour book of the 107th Naval Construction Battalion] (1946), via T. Hegre, whose father Albert Hegre was with the 107th seabees
44-02-21 Newport News, VA General Buttner 6,000 Replacement Emlisted Men; 500 Replacement Officers sailed alone Casablanca 44-03-01 J. Hergendoreder, who was there
44-02-21 New York, NY Aquitania 12,000 troops (mostly replacements) sailed alone Glasgow, Scotland 44-02-28 Thomas Seagle (aboard), via T. Seagle (more)
44-02-26 U.S.A. Frederick Lykes 467th Bombardment Group (788th Bombardment Squadron) ??? T. C. 251, Glasgow, Scotland 44-03-11 Microfilm roll A0660 at Maxwell AFB, via T. Ensminger
44-02-28 Boston, MA SS Uruguay 428th Fighter Squadron; 82nd General Hospital Nurses ??? (same as Empress of ?Canada?) Liverpool, England 44-03-10 R. A. Smith (more)
44-02-28? ??? Empress of ?Canada? ??? ??? (same as SS Uruguay) ??? ??? R. A. Smith (more)
44-02-28? Glasgow, Scotland ??? 150 men, just arrived on the Aquitania, who later became the 237th Signal Service Company ??? Reykjavik, Iceland 44-03-04 Thomas Seagle (aboard), via T. Seagle (more)
44-02 or 03?-?? USA Aquitania ??? ??? Gourock, Scotland 44-02 or 03?-?? Lyle Zeutzius (to W. Johnston)
44-03-01 New York, NY Queen Mary 74th General Hospital and other Army personnel (total of 11,950 troops & 1,190 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-03-07 W. McPherson (via D. McPherson) and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 78
44-03-07 Hampton Roads, VA U.S.S. General W.A. Mann 326th and 327th Harbor Craft Companies; at least one Military Police Company; some Port Battalion personnel; replacements for USAAF in CBI Unknown. Other ships departed with the Mann but the convoy became separated during a violent storm the first night out and the Mann proceeded alone. Casablanca, French Morocco 44-03-16 T. Davis, 327th Harbor Crat Company, who was a board (more)
44-03-19 New York, NY SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) ??? CU-18 Newberry, Wales 44-03-30 T. Snell (more)
44-03-20 Camp Stoneman near San Francisco, CA General R. L. Howze (AP-134) 3000 Infantry and Air Corps replacements sailed alone Goodenough Island, New Guinea 44-04-09 S. Castro, who was aboard (more)
44-03-21 New York, NY Queen Mary 34th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (total of 12,072 troops & 1,099 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-06-13 R. Faulkner and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79 (more)
44-03-21 Oran, Algeria George B. McClellan Replacements ??? (convoy of about 80 similar ships) Naples (with one night stop in Augusta Harbor, Sicily) 44-03-30 J. Hergendoreder, who was there
44-03-23? Boston, MA Santa Rosa 44th Engineer Combat Battalion ??? (also in convoy was sister ship Santa Marie) Bristol, UK 44-04-04? (took 13-14 days) D. C. Brown (to son
44-03-25 Camp Stoneman near San Francisco, CA General William M. Black 305th Infantry Regiment (77th Infantry Division) ??? Oahu, Hawaii 44-??-?? Capt. T. P. Field (to P. K. Turner) (more)
44-03-30 San Francisco, CA M.S. Bloemfontein ??? ??? New Caledonia 44-04-16 Gordon Shackleford, via J. Baker (more)
44-04-05 Oran, Algeria H. M. V. Winchester Castle 326th and 327th Harbor Craft Companies; other US Units; some Italian POWs sailed alone(?) Port Said, Egypt 44-04-12 T. Davis, 327th Harbor Craft Company, who was a board (more)
44-04-05 or 06? New York, NY Mauritania 300 U.S. replacement glider pilots; others sailed alone Liverpool, England 5 day voyage: 44-04-10 or 11? G. Buckley (glider pilot aboard)
44-04-06 New York (unknown) 308th Engineer Combat Battalion (83rd Infantry Division) ??? Liverpool, England 44-04-18 History of 308th Engr Combat Bn, thanks to B. Ogstad
44-04-06 New York SS Exchequer 299th Engineer Combat Battalion ??? (convoy of 8 to 10 other transports and 3 or 4 destroyers or destroyer escorts) Cardiff, Wales 44-04-17? (took 11 days) J. Burke
44-04-10 New York, NY Queen Mary (total of 11,979 troops & 1,086 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-04-16 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-04-13 Bombay, India U.S.S. Mount Vernon 2,904: US Navy casuals, US Army guard detail, US Army casuals, civilians, nurses, casuals, British Army guards, Australian Navy, Netherland Navy, POWs, patients, Merchant Marine patients, AFS patients, Lascars ??? (with USS Mariposa, HMS Quickmatch, HMS Quality, HMS Raider, HMS Cumberland) Boston, MA 44-05-23 civilian passenger J. Hostetler (more)
44-04-13 Bombay, India Mariposa civilians and military ??? (with USS Mount Vernon, HMS Quickmatch, HMS Quality, HMS Raider, HMS Cumberland) Boston, MA 44-05-23 Mount Vernon civilian passenger J. Hostetler (more)
44-04-14 Port Said, Egypt H.M.S. Otranto (Probably M. V. Otranto rather than HMS) 327th Harbor Craft Company; a U. S. Military Police Company; others Sailed Alone Bombay, India 44-04-25 T. Davis, 327th Harbor Craft Company, who was a board (more)
44-04-17 New York, NY Niew Amsterdam Ground Echelon 850th Bombardment Squadron; William Cohan; Transportation Corps men; nurses; fighter pilots; an Engineer Battalion; Quartermaster Corps men sailed alone Firth of Clyde, Scotland 44-04-26 History of the 850th Bomb Squadron via T. Ensminger; W. Cohan in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 218 (more)
44-04-17 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth 492nd Bombardment Group (859th Bombardment Squadron and probably 3 other squadrons) sailed alone Firth of Clyde, Scotland (Gurock) 44-04-27 History of the 850th Bomb Squadron and microfilm roll A0667, from Maxwell, AFB (more)
44-04-21 Naples, Italy LCT Replacements ??? Anzio Beachhead, Italy 44-04-22 J. Hergendoreder, who was there
44-04-22? Naples, Italy LCT Replacements ??? Anzio Beachhead, Italy 44-04-23? R. Cloer) (more)
44-04-27 San Francisco U.S.S. West Point (AP23) (formerly S.S. America) 7,543 passengers (6,636 from Sydney to Milne Bay), including Richard Hess among parachute replacements sailed alone Milne Bay (via Sydney) 44-05-18 West Point crewman W. McLain; see R. Hess memoir of this crossing
44-05-15 New York, NY Gripsholm replacements ??? Liverpool, England 44-05-25 G. Saar, who was aboard
44-06-?? New York, NY Aquitania replacements?? sailed alone?? Scotland or England?? 44-06 or 07 Jack Wickham, later of 38th Inf Reg (2nd Inf Div), via J. Baker
boarded 44-06-06; sailed 44-06-07 New York, NY Queen Mary 7th Armored Division (total of 11,993 troops & 1,112 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-06-13 Lucky 7th (1990), p. 38 and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-06-14 New York, NY U.S.S. Washington Bill Appleton was in huge convoy; number unknown Liverpool, England 44-06-30 B. Appleton (more)
44-06-16 New York, NY U.S.S. William Mitchell (AP-114) 69th Naval Construction Battalion ??? Liverpool, England 44-06-28 S. C. Karoly (more)
44-06-16 Seattle, WA USS U. S. Grant 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (24 officers & 294 men) ??? Honolulu, HI 44-06-24 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
44-06-19 Townsville, Queensland, Australia Taroona Australian Troops in New Guinea Draft Detachment ??? Lae, New Guinea 44-06-23 Brian H. Longfield, via S. Daniels
44-06-27 Boston U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 7,706 passengers sailed alone The Clyde, Scotland 44-07-03 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-06-late?? San Francisco, CA (unknown) 81st Infantry Division (321st Infantry Regiment) ??? Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 44-07-?? R. Moore of 321st Inf Reg
44-07-01 New York, NY Queen Mary (total of 14,533 troops & 1,105 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-07-07 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-07-02 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth Headquarters Battery 404th Field Artillery Group; field artillery units; others ??? (large convoy: troop ships, destroyers, destroyer escorts, others) Greenock, Scotland 44-07-12 discharge and map of Lloyd Hardy (404th FA) via P. Hardy
44-07-02 New York, NY SS Mormacmoon 244th Field Artillery Battalion ??? (in convoy, but number not known) Cardiff, Wales 44-07-13 W. Savage, A/244th FAB, who was aboard (more)
44-07-07 Belfast, Northern Ireland 12 Liberty Ships 5th Infantry Division 12 Liberty Ships France 44-07-10 US Army Forces in Northern Ireland: Chronology
44-07-19 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 7,361 passengers sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-07-26 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-07-21 ?? USS Alpine Participants in Guam Invasion?? ?? Guam (Invasion) 44-07-27 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
44-07-23 New York, NY Queen Mary 30th Anti-aircraft Artillery (AAA) Group [12,009 troops; 1,130 crew] sailed alone as NY 22 Gourock, Scotland arrived 44-07-28; debarked 44-07-29 J. Pogliano (more) and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-07-23 San Francisco USS Rocky Mount 96th Infantry Division was in convoy, number unknown Manus, Admiralty Islands (via Pearl Harbor and Eniwetok Island) prior to 44-10-10 The Deadeyes: The Story of the 96th Infantry Division by Davidson, Williams & Kahl, via R. Badger
44-07-26 New York, NY H.M.S. Highland Brigade 143rd Anti-aircraft Artillery (AAA) Gun Battalion ??? Liverpool, England 44-08-08 M. Spitz memorabilia (via D. Spitz)
44-08-09 Boston U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 8,521 passengers sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-08-17 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-08-11 USA ??? Walter Johnston (Infantry Replacement) ??? England 44-04-22 Discharge paper of Walter Johnston (via W. Johnston)
44-08-mid Boston, MA (unknown - large ship, not an ordinary troop carrier) 520th Quartermaster Railhead Company and many other troops; nurses on an upper deck ??? Liverpool, England 8 days later W. Pursel (520th QM Railhead Co)
44-08-16 Boston, MA and New York, NY SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) 195 troops of 978th Engineer Maintenance Company CU-36 (included Mormacmoon sailing 44-08-19) Barry, Wales 44-08-30 T. Snell (more and more on convoy)
44-08-17 New York, NY Ile de France Advance party of the 104th Infantry Division; Replacements ??? Greenoch, Scotland 44-08-?? R. Beaman, J. Bray, D. Buskey in Lucky 7th (1990), pp. 204, 209, 213; 104th Inf Div history Timberwolf Tracks via P. Branton
44-08-19 New York, NY SS Mormacmoon 285th Field Artillery Observation Battalion CU-36 (included Santa Margarita sailing 44-08-16) Cardiff, Wales 44-09-01 Bauserman, The Malmédy Massacre (1995), p. 33 and T. Snell (more)
44-08-25 Naples, Italy Kyklades Returnees, mostly Purple Hearts (ship manned by British Navy) sailed alone Piombino, Italy 44-08-25 J. Hergendoreder, who was there
44-08-27 New York, NY U.S.S. LeJeune 413th Infantry Regiment; HQ & HQ Battery 104th Infantry Division Artillery; 385th Field Artillery Battalion (all from 104th Infantry Division) 9599? (56 ships [largest convoy of the war; first direct trip US-France]) Cherbourg, France 44-09-07 R. Lane (more) and P. Branton (more)
44-08-27 New York, NY U.S.S. George Washington 414th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Bn (415th Infantry Regiment), 386th & 929th Field Artillery Battalions, 104th HQ Co, 104th Quartermaster Co, 804th Ordnance Co, 329th Medical Battalion (104th Infantry Division) 9599? (56 ships [largest convoy of the war; first direct trip US-France]) Cherbourg, France 44-09-07 P. Branton (more)
44-08-27 New York, NY USAT Cristobal 415th Inf. Regt., (less 3rd Battalion) (104th Infantry Division) 9599? (56 ships [largest convoy of the war; first direct trip US-France]) Utah Beach, France 44-09-07 P. Branton (more)
44-08-27 New York, NY SS Ocean Mail 387th Field Artillery Battalion (104th Infantry Division) 9599? (56 ships [largest convoy of the war; first direct trip US-France]) Utah Beach, France 44-09-07 P. Branton (more)
45-08-30 USA Mariposa Replacements ??? Europe 44-09-06 E. Kaminski memory and discharge paper
44-09-01 Kwajalein Island, Marshall Islands LSTs 107th Naval Construction Battalion convoy of LSTs Tinian 44-09-14 The Log [a tour book of the 107th Naval Construction Battalion] (1946), via T. Hegre, whose father Albert Hegre was with the 107th Seabees
44-09-05 Boston, MA Gen. W. H. Gordon 44th Infantry Division ??? (44th Inf Div and more?) Cherbourg, France 44-09-15 R. T. Stuckey (to son (more)
44-09-05 Boston, MA (British ship) 44th Infantry Division ??? (44th Inf Div and more?) Cherbourg, France 44-09-15 Uncle of E. Kennedy
44-09-07?? Guadalcanal USS Calloway (APA-35) 81st Infantry Division (321st Infantry Regiment) (was in convoy - number unknown) Invasion of Angaur Island, Palau Islands 44-09-17 R. Moore of 321st Inf Reg
44-09-07 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 8112 passengers: Replacements sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-09-14 R. Creswell in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 219 and West Point crewman W. McLain
44-09-15 Honolulu U.S.S. Haywood 32nd Infantry Regiment - Company C (7th Infantry Division) ??? Dulag, Leyte, Philippine Islands 44-10-20 R. Nelsonís diary (more)
44-09-16 Boston, MA U. S. S. Wakefield 750th Tank Battalion ??? Liverpool, England 44-09-22 History of 750th Tank Battalion, via J. Walker
44-09-20 New York, NY U.S. Thomas Barry 84th Infantry Division (334th Infantry Regiment) ??? Southampton, England 44-10-01 Fortune Favored the Brave, by Cpl. Perry Wolf, via E. Gould
44-09-20 New York, NY Queen Mary (total of 9,084 troops & 1,110 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-09-25 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-09-25? Firth of Clyde, Scotland ??? Richard Pinches ??? New York, NY 44-09-30? Richard Pinches, via J. Baker
44-09-27 boarded, 44-09-29 sailed Camp Kilmer, NJ H.M.S. Samaria 11th Armored Division ??? (48 ships carrying 2 full Divisions) Southampton, England 44-10-12 G. Urda (more)
44-09-27 boarded, 44-09-29 sailed Camp Kilmer, NJ USS Hermitage 11th Armored Division ??? (48 ships carrying 2 full Divisions) Southampton, England 44-10-12 G. Urda (more)
44-09-29 New York, NY HMS Sterling Castle 84th Infantry Division (335th Infantry Regiment) ??? Liverpool, England 44-10-09 A Private's Diary, by Don Edwards, via E. Gould
44-09-30? Boston, MA SS Argentina Part of 393rd Infantry Regiment (99th Infantry Division) ??? England 44-10-10 or 11? S. Colby and D. Philips (via postal mail) (more)
44-09 late?? or 10 early?? San Francisco, CA USS General Harry Taylor (APA-145) ??? ??? Noumea, New Caledonia 44-10-?? Jacob Talenco, via J. Baker
44-10-04 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 7,588 passengers sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-10-12 West Point crewman W. McLain
44-10-04 New York, NY New Amsterdam Richard Farrington's B-24 Crew ??? Greenock, Scotland ??? Childers, Wings of Morning (1995), p. 35, 40
44-10-06 New York, NY SS George Washington about 5000 troops of the 100th Infantry Division , including 399th Infantry Regiment CU-40 Marseilles, France 44-10-20? (about 2 weeks at sea, due to lost rudder) G. Vladimer, medic of the 399th Infantry Regiment, who was aboard (more on the 100th) and (more on the convoy)
44-10-06 New York, NY USS Gen Gordon troops of the 100th Infantry Division CU-40 Marseilles, France 44-10-20 E. Kirsch (more on the 100th) and (more on the convoy)
44-10-06 New York, NY SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) Battery D, 567th AAA AW (Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons) Battalion CU-40 Newport, Wales 44-10-17 T. Snell (more) and (more)
44-10-06? New York, NY U.S.S. Gibbons 103rd Infantry Division ??? Marseilles, France 14 days later (delayed by typhoon) Personal experience of Frank McQuillan, 103rd Infantry Division (to R. Spoon) (more)
44-10-06 Hoboken, NJ Monticello 103rd Infantry Division (including 328th Medical Battalion) Same as Gen. Brooks (convoy leader) and Santa Maria (very large: about 28 or more vessels) Marseilles, France 44-10-20 Memory of B. Bowers and Report After Action: The Story of the 103rd Infantry Division (more)
44-10-06 Hoboken, NJ Santa Maria 103rd Infantry Division Same as Gen. Brooks (convoy leader) and Monticello (very large: about 28 or more vessels) Marseilles, France 44-10-20 Memory of B. Bowers and Report After Action: The Story of the 103rd Infantry Division (more)
44-10-06 Hoboken, NJ Gen. Brooks 103rd Infantry Division Same as Monticello and Santa Maria (Gen. Brooks was convoy leader) (very large: about 28 or more vessels) Marseilles, France 44-10-20 Memory of B. Bowers and Report After Action: The Story of the 103rd Infantry Division (more)
44-10-06 San Francisco, CA USS General Harry Taylor (APA-145) Various Replacements ??? Noumea, New Caledonia 44-10-22 W. E. Neubauer, who was aboard
44-10-08 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth 106th Infantry Division (advance parties, including Col. Thomas J. Riggs, CO of 81st Engineer Combat Battalion); 200 Royal Canadian Air Force Aircrew Officers ??? Greenock, Scotland 44-10-12 Dupuy, St. Vith: Lion in the Way (1947), p. 8 and Thomas J. Riggs to J. Kline (more) and Donald Child of the RCAF
44-10-12 New York, NY Queen Mary Replacements (total of 11,891 troops & 1,061 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-10-18 J. Delawder in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 222 and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-10-17 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth 423rd Infantry Regiment and 2nd Battalion of the 424th Infantry Regiment (106th Infantry Division) ??? Greenock, Scotland 44-10-22 J. Kline (more)
44-10-20 ?? USS Alpine Participants in Leyte Landing?? ?? Leyte (Landings) 44-10-20 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
44-10-20 New York, NY Aquitania 422nd Infantry Regiment and 424th Infantry Regiment minus 2nd Battalion (106th Infantry Division) ??? Greenock, Scotland 44-10-28 Dupuy, St. Vith: Lion in the Way (1947), p. 8 and H. Stokes and J. Kline (more)
44-10-31 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 7,615 passengers: 201st General Hospital sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-11-08 West Point crewman W. McLain and Helen Halcovage of the 201st Gen Hosp, via A. shollenberger (more)
44-Oct or Nov New York, NY Aquitania Replacements, including E. Palmer sailed alone Greenock, Scotland 44-Oct or Nov E. Palmer (via E. Palmer)
44-11-?? Hollandia USS Alpine Reinforcements for Leyte ?? Leyte, Philippines 44-11-18 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
44-11-01 New York, NY Ile de France 506th Military Police Battalion ??? Gourock, Scotland 44-11-09 Fred Minson of Co. B, 506th MP Bn, who was aboard (more)
44-11-03 New York, NY U.S.S. Mount Vernon 42nd Infantry Division ??? (but was in convoy) Marseilles, France 44-11-13 Corporal Ivan Louis Tominack (7th Army, 42nd Infantry Division, 445th Ordnance (HAM) Company), via N. Tominack
44-11-03 New York, NY Queen Mary (total of 11,968 troops & 1,065 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-11-09 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-11-04 Bombay, India U.S.S. Gen A. E. Anderson various Army; Marine; Chinese cadets; New Zealand nurses (about 2000 troops total) ??? San Pedro, CA 44-12-04 Dr. H. M. Johnson, Medical Corps
44-11-07 Brooklyn, NY ??? 8th Armored Division ??? Southampton, England 44-11-19 In Tornado's Wake: A History of the 8th Armored Division, thanks to R. Butler, citing
44-11-07 Lae, New Guinea John Sykes 1st Australian Signal Training Battalion ? ??? Bougainville, New Guinea 44-11-09 Brian H. Longfield, via S. Daniels
44-11-10 Boston, MA Wakefield 81st Engineer Combat Battalion, Division Artillery (589th, 590th, 591st, 592nd Field Artillery Battalions, Division Artillery Headquarters Battery), Special Troops (including 106th Reconnaissance Troop) (all from the 106th Infantry Division); Battalion of black Quartermaster troops sailed alone Liverpool, England 44-11-17 Dupuy, St. Vith: Lion in the Way (1947), p. 8 and J. Kline (more)
44-11-10 Boston, MA Niew Amsterdam 3184th Signal Service Battalion; 64th Field Hospital and various medical units and many Army nurses; over 8000 replacement troops sailed alone Scotland 44-11-18 A. D'Ambra of the 3184th SSB and jerbayer@swbell.net of the 64th FH (more)
44-11-15 New York, NY George Washington 262nd Infantry Regiment (66th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 66th Infantry Division on same date) Southampton, England 44-11-26 G. Cipolletti (262/66) (more)
44-11-15 New York, NY (unknown) 263rd Infantry Regiment (66th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 66th Infantry Division on same date) Southampton, England?? 44-11-26? G. Cipolletti (262/66) (more)
44-11-15 New York, NY (unknown) 264th Infantry Regiment (66th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 66th Infantry Division on same date) Southampton, England?? 44-11-26? G. Cipolletti (262/66) (more)
44-11-25 New York, NY SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) ??? UGF-173 Marseilles, France 44-12-08 T. Snell (more)
44-11-23 Boston, MA SS Brazil 76th Infantry Division Headquarters & 304th Infantry Regiment (76th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 76th Infantry Division on same date) Southampton, England 44-12-04 E. Clark (Co. C/417/76) (more)
44-11-23 Boston, MA SS Sea Owl 385th Infantry Regiment (76th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 76th Infantry Division on same date) Southampton, England 44-12-04 E. Clark (Co. C/417/76) (more)
44-11-23 Boston, MA USS Marine Raven 417th Infantry Regiment (76th Infantry Division) ??? (with rest of 76th Infantry Division on same date) Plymouth, England 44-12-04 E. Clark (Co. C/417/76) (more)
44-12-?? Europe Enterprise ??? ??? USA 44-12-just before Christmas Father-in-law of W. Obendorf
44-12-01 Boston, MA Mariposa 274th Infantry Regiment, less Co. L (70th Infantry Division) sailed alone Marseilles, France 44-12-10 70th Inf Div vets S. K. Dixon (from 70th Division Historian Charlie Pence and The Trailblazers) and S. G. Thompson
44-12-01? New York, NY Marine Panther 69th Infantry Division ??? (was in convoy) Southampton, England 44-12-12? C. Jeschke
44-12-04 New York, NY Niew Amsterdam 76th Infantry Division Headquarters Advance Party ??? Firth of Clyde, Scotland 44-12-12 E. Clark (Co. C/417/76) (more)
44-12-07 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 275th Infantry Regiment, 276th Infantry Regiment and Company L of 274th Infantry Regiment (all of 70th Infantry Division) ??? Marseilles, France 44-12-16 S. K. Dixon and A. Sullivan West Point crewman W. McLain (more)
44-12-10 Hampton Roads, VA SS Argentina 86th Mountain Infantry Regiment (10th Mountain Division) sailed alone Naples, Italy 44-12-23 R. Raney's grandfather Roy T. Moore's diary (2nd Bn/86MIR/10MD) and the book Soldiers on Skis (more)
44-12-10 Boston, MA SS Richardson Remainder of 76th Infantry Division (see 44-11-23) ??? Southampton, England 44-12-21 E. Clark (Co. C/417/76) (more)
44-12-10 New York, NY Queen Mary (total of 11,996 troops & 1,084 crew) sailed alone Gourock, Scotland 44-12-16 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary, p. 79
44-12-12? New York, NY George Washington replacements, units unassigned, all headed for 3rd Army sailed alone ETO 44-12-?? T. Carnall, via M. Moore (e-mail address defunct)
44-12-13 New York, NY Marine Devil 70th Infantry Division Special Troops Advance Party (Division Headquarters, Division Military Police (MP) Platoon, Division Band and 70th Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Detachment) ??? Marseilles, France 44-12-23 S. K. Dixon (from 70th Division Historian Charlie Pence and The Trailblazers)
44-12-15 departure (embarked 44-12-13) Bougainville LST 1029 754th Tank Battalion medics? ??? Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philipines (via Huon Gulf, Lae, New Guinea and 5 day stop at Manus Island, Admiralty Islands) 45-01-09 arrival (debarked 45-01-12) Journal of Sabino Goitia, via E. Kennedy
44-12-19 Los Angeles, CA USS Gen. George M. Randall (AP-115) 596th Air Engineering Squadron (380th Air Service Group) sailed alone Hobart, Tasmania (en route to Bombay, India) 45-01-02 J. Baker (more)
44-12-mid ?? Europe Explorer wounded troops ?? ??? New York, NY 44-12-31 Jack Wickham, of 38th Inf Reg (2nd Inf Div), via J. Baker
44-12-24 Southampton, England Leopoldville 66th Infantry Division (mixed elements) ??? torpedoed and sunk in English Channel torpedoed and sunk 44-12-24 See the Final Crossing of the Leopoldville web page
44-12-25 Southampton, England HMS Jan Sobieski 201st General Hospital escorted by 2 unknown British destroyers that were both sunk by U-boats France 44-12-25 Helen Halcovage of the 201st Gen Hosp, via A. Shollenberger (more)
44-12-29 Leyte, Philippines Marigold (Hospital Ship) wounded troops ??? Hollandia, New Guinea 45-01-02 S. Castro, who was aboard (more)

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