1945 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
45-early?? Bougainville SS Goodhue 132nd Infantry Regiment and other units of the Americal Division ??? Leyte, Philippines 45-early?? D. Cooper, whose father was aboard (more)
45-01-01 New York, NY USS Brazil 1366th Engineer Truck Battalion; ??? 57-ship convoy Le Havre, France 45-01-12 to 15 ?? D. Cooper, whose father was aboard (more)
45-01-03?? Peleliu? (French ship) 81st Infantry Division (321st Infantry Regiment) ??? New Caledonia 45-01-14? (about 2 weeks) R. Moore of 321st Inf Reg
45-01-04 embarked 45-01-03 at Newport News, VA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 85th Mountain Infantry Regiment, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (10th Mountain Division) (total of 7,741 passengers) sailed alone Naples, Italy 45-01-13 Soldiers on Skis, via R. Raney and West Point crewman W. McLain (more)
45-01-06 Virginia?? USAT Meigs 10th Mountain Division Non-Regimental Units: Click here for complete list. ??? Naples, Italy 45-01-18 Soldiers on Skis, via R. Raney (more)
45-01-07 New York, NY Queen Elizabeth about 15,000 replacements, including J. Walker sailed alone Greenock, Scotland 45-01-13 J. Walker
45-01-08 Boston, MA U.S.S. Mariposa 70th Infantry Division Special Troops Main Body (270th Engr Combat Bn, 370th Med Bn, 570th Signal Co, 770th Ord Co, 70th QM Co, 70th Recon Troop, & 725th, 882nd, 883rd, 884th Field Artillery Bns) ??? Marseilles, France 45-01-18 S. K. Dixon (from 70th Division Historian Charlie Pence and The Trailblazers) (more)
45-01-08 ?? USS Alpine Participants in Lingayen Landings ?? Lingayen 45-01-11 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
45-01-09 Hobart, Tasmania (continuing from Los Angeles, CA on 44-12-19) USS Gen. George M. Randall (AP-115) 596th Air Engineering Squadron (380th Air Service Group); nurses; Red Cross workers; unknown others (5500 troops on board) ?? (with Gen. Billy Mitchell and Empress of Scotland, 1 cruiser, 2 destroyers) Bombay, India 45-01-23 J. Baker (more)
45-01-09 Hobart, Tasmania Gen. Billy Mitchell 597th Air Engineering Squadron (381st Air Service Group); unknown others ?? (with Gen. George M. Randall and Empress of Scotland, 1 cruiser, 2 destroyers) ??? left convoy prior to the Randall reaching Bombay on 45-01-23 J. Baker (more)
45-01-09 Hobart, Tasmania Empress of Scotland New Zealand troops (headed for Italy) ?? (with Gen. Billy Mitchell and Gen. George M. Randall, 1 cruiser, 2 destroyers) ?? (troops enroute to Italy) left convoy 45-01-20 J. Baker (more)
45-01-19 ?? USS Alpine Participants in Subic Bay, Luzon Landings ?? Luzon 45-01-20 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
45-01-26 Hawaii LST 723 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Eniwetok, Marshall Islands 45-02-03 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-01-26 Hawaii LST 792 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Eniwetok, Marshall Islands 45-02-03 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-01-31?? New York, NY SS United States 661st Field Artillery Battalion; c. 15,000 troops on board sailed alone Southampton?, England 45-02-08?? H. Tenenbaum (661st FAB)
45-02-05 Honolulu, HI USAT Sea Sturgeon part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (1 officers & 8 men) (1st Eschelon Convoy) Eniwetok, Marshall Islands 45-02-13 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-05 Eniwetok, Marshall Islands LST 723 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Saipan, Mariannas Islands 45-02-10 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-05 Eniwetok, Marshall Islands LST 792 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Saipan, Mariannas Islands 45-02-10 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-08 Pier 5, Berth K, U. S. naval Supply Depot, Oakland, CA U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 50 naval seamen; 3 Ensigns, (listed by name, number and ship, one heading to USS Frybarger, DE-705 and one heading to USS Hallon, DE-703); 704 servicemen; 4 Navy Officers; 60 Army officers. sailed alone Segnon Channel, Berth 4, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Islands 45-02-23 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-02-09 Hollandia, New Guinea LST 577 mostly infantry replacements of the 270th Replacement Company (21st Replacement Depot) ??? torpedoed off New Guinea by Japanese submarine RO 50 (Capt. Kimura) 45-02-11 Individual Deceased Personnel File of an officer aboard, via E. M. Rucks (more)
45-02-10 Boston, MA U.S.S. West Point (AP23) 7690 passengers: c. 5000 replacement troops sailed alone Greenoch (The Clyde), Scotland 45-02-18 J. Simeral (more) and West Point crewman W. McLain
45-02-12 Saipan, Mariannas Islands LST 723 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Saipan, Mariannas Islands 45-03-02 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-12 Saipan, Mariannas Islands LST 792 part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (Assault Convoy) Iwo Jima 45-02-24 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-21 Eniwetok, Marshall Islands USAT Sea Sturgeon part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (1 officers & 8 men) 1st Eschelon Convoy Saipan, Mariannas Islands 45-02-25 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-02-26 Pier 4, Navy 140, Segond Channel, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Islands U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 1 officer and 54 men ; 6 USMC enlisted; 1 Army Officer from APO 708; 6 Army officers from APO 709; 212 Army enlisted; 250 Navy enlisted; 7 Naval Officers (listed by name and intended final destination). sailed alone Kukum Beach, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 45-02-28 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-03-04 Kukum Docks, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 975th QM Service Co., 2 officers and 208 enlisted men, (55, listed by name and rank, did temporary duty at Japtan Island, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands from 13 March 1945 thru 17 March 1945); 976th QM Service Co., 3 Officers, 205 enlisted men; 977th QM Service Co., 3 officers, 208 enlisted men; 3388th QM Truck Co., 3 officers and 128 enlisted men; 48th Station Hospital, 23 officers, 23 Nurses(American Red Cross, 3 debarked March 8, 1945 Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands) and 250 enlisted men; 3766th QM Truck Co., 3 officers and 129 enlisted men; 159th Port Co., 4 officers and 208 enlisted men; 222nd Station Hospital, 19 officers (debarked March 8, 1945 Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands). Casuals 2. Total 66 Officers, 23 nurses, 6 American Red Cross (Female) and 1457 enlisted men. escorted Berth 5, Port Apra, Guam, Marianas Islands (via Kwajalein Atoll and Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands) 45-03-22 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-03-04 Hollandia, New Guinea (unknown) wounded troops ??? San Francisco, CA 45-03-25 S. Castro, who was aboard (more)
45-03-05 Saipan, Mariannas Islands USAT Sea Sturgeon part of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron) (1 officers & 8 men) 1st Eschelon Convoy Iwo Jima 45-03-07 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
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)
45-03-15 San Francisco General Patrick about 5000 Army replacements alone to New Guinea; then convoy to Leyte Leyte, Philippines 45-04-18 D. Collins
45-03-18 Leyte, Philippine Islands ??? (LST) various military ??? Okinawa, Japan 45-04-01 R. Nelsons diary (more)
45-03-23 Los Angeles, CA USS General Leroy Etinge 23rd Signal Construction Battalion unescorted to Melbourne Caluctta, India (via 2 day stop in Melbourne, Australia) ??? H. Bloesch, via J. Baker (more)
45-03-25 Berth 5, Port Apra, Guam, Marianas Islands U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 31 Navy enlist men (listed by name, rank, and number), 4 Navy officers (listed by name, rank and number) for transportation to Saipan, Marianas Islands. 17 Navy enlisted (listed by name, rank and number), for transportation to Tinian, Marianas Islands. 2 officers and 64 men of the 506th Fighter Group for transportation to APO 247. escorted by USS Raby (DE-986) Berth 2, Tinian Harbor, Marianas Islands 45-03-26 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-03-26 Camp Stoneman; San Francisco, CA U.S.S. General John Pope (AP-110) replacement troops alone to Port Morsby, New Guinea on 45-04-25; then convoy to Manila Manila, Philippines 45-05-?? former member of 33rd Infantry Division to b52@azstarnet.com (more)
45-03-28 Hampton Roads, VA U.S.S. Wakefield Army Infantry Replacements sailed alone Naples, Italy (after stop at Oman) 45-04-(04-06?) H. Barger (more)
45-03-28 Berth 2, Tinian Harbor, Marianas Islands (and on 45-03-29 from Berth 26, Saipan Harbor, Marianas Islands) U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) Patients, 6 Officers; 49 Navy enlisted men; 62 Marines; 10 Army; 3 Merchant Marines. (These passengers were listed by name, rank, number and assignment and boarded at Tinian Harbor.) 1 Army officer, 172 Army enlisted men, 10 Navy enlisted men embarked at Saipan. sailed alone Berth S21, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory Hawaii 45-04-07 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-03-late Leyte, Philippine Islands USS Alpine Participants in Okinawa Landings ?? Okinawa, Japan 45-04-01 Mariner's Museum via T. Monday (more)
45-04-early? San Diego, CA Admiral C. F. Hughes 6000 Marine replacements, including B. Perry ??? Guam 45-04-21? B. Perry (more)
45-04-04? Hampton Roads, VA U.S.S. West Point?? comedian Red Skelton ??? Naples, Italy 45-04-12? H. Barger (more)
45-04-13 Camp Lucky Strike John Ericsson 100 RAMPs, about 100 men returning on rotation, a number of litter patients Convoy, but number unknown Staten Island, New York 45-04-28 P. House, former POW from 590th FAB of 106th Inf Div (more)
45-04-22 Le Havre, France SS Argentina Mostly RAMPs (ex POWs) ??? New York, NY 45-05-05 R. Peterson
45-05-early? New York, NY John Ericsson ??? Convoy, but number unknown LeHavre, France 45-05-mid? E. Bryner, utilityman in the crew
45-05-mid?? Europe SS Le Jeune Capt. William Clyde McKinley (Army Air Corps) ??? U.S.A. 45-05-21 Diary of Capt. William McKinley, via T. Ensminger
45-05-mid?? Le Havre, France John Ericsson "large number of soldiers" (some possibly picked up in Southampton) may have been in convoy New York, NY 45-05-late? E. Bryner, utilityman in the crew
45-05-22 Le Havre, France SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) 199 RAMPs (ex-POWs) UC-69 New York, NY 45-06-03 T. Snell NY Times (6/4/45, p. 5) (more)
45-04-27 Pier 2, Nawiliwili, Kauai, Territory Hawaii (and Pier 27, Honolulu Harbor, Oahu, Territory Hawaii) U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) Unnamed number of troops (Marines) boarded at Nawiliwili on 22nd and 23rd of Arpil, 1945. At Honolulu, from the 75th Station Hospital, 69 nurses; 1563rd Engr., 7 officers and 191 enlisted men; 3024th QM, 1 officer and 55 enlisted men; 3020th Engr., 4 officers and 103 enlisted men. 325th AAA, 10 officers and 497 enlisted men; 2704th Engr., 3 officers and 101 enlisted men; 3345th Signal Service, 1 officer and 35 enlisted men. Total embarking at Honolulu, 95 officers and 982 enlisted men. was in convoy (click here for details) Berth 148, Southwest anchorage, Okinawa Island (via Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands and Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands) 45-06-03 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-05-28 or 29 Le Havre, France U.S.S. Mormac Moon RAMPs (ex POWs) none? Newport News, VA 45-06-03 or 04 S. Colby (more)
45-06-early Southampton, England George Washington wounded troops none? Pier 18; Staten Island; New York, NY 45-06-?? A. Sullivan
45-06-first week Le Havre, France William H. Smith (Liberty ship) 20 unattached former glider pilots none? Norfolk, VA 45-06-last week (22 day voyage) G. Buckley (aboard)
45-06-?? England H.M.S. Atlantis wounded troops none? Savannah, GA 45-06-?? J. Simeral (more)
45-06-01 Le Havre, France Sea Porpoise RAMPs (ex POWs) ??? New York, NY 45-06-12 R. Cook, RAMP who was aboard
45-06-05 Le Havre, France USS Admiral Benson ex POWs ?? ??? Pier 88, New York, NY 45-06-12 Diary of Hank Gould, via E. Gould
45-06-08 Berth 148, Southwest anchorage, Okinawa Island U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) USMC, 38 Officers and men (listed by name, branch, rank and number) for transportation to Naval Hospital, Saipan, Marianas Islands and 1 USCG (by name). Task unit 31.29.1 escorted by US McClelland (DE-750) Berth L-52, Saipan, Marianas Islands 45-06-12 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-06-15 Gourock, Scotland Queen Mary 735th Military Police Battalion, as part of 12,326 American troops and 2,200 Navy personnel, and one lone Congressman. (total of 14,777 troops & 893 crew) Task unit 31.29.1 escorted by US McClelland (DE-750) Berth L-52, Saipan, Marianas Islands 45-06-20 S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary and J. Holman, 735th MP Bn who was aboard (more)
45-06-19 Saipan, Mariannas Islands AP118 men on 45 days R& R ??? San Francisco, CA 45-07-06 History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-06-late Le Havre, France SS Gen Richardson mixture ??? Fish Pier, Boston, MA 45-06-late TSgt G. W. Eldridge (to son), Weapons Platoon, Company I, 26th Infantry Regiment (1st Infantry Division)
45-06-22 Southampton, England SS Argentina Individual High-Point men (from 102nd Cav; 186th FA Bn; 745th Tank Bn; 2nd Ranger Bn; 56th Sig Bn; 987 FA Bn; 112th Eng Bn; 955th FA Bn; 112th Eng Bn; 53rd Med Bn; V Corps Arty; 382 Med Coll Co; 787 Tank Bn; 612 TD Bn; 38th Cav Rcn; 668th Eng Topo) unknown Newport News, VA 45-06-30 T/4 R. H. Searl, formerly of 56th Sig Bn, who was aboard (more)
45-06-22 Berth 3, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 79 casualties; 1 Red Cross (male); 9 Army officers; 6 Navy officers; 484 Navy enlisted men; 313 Army enlisted men. Total: 896 passengers. sailed alone Dock 3, Grand Quay, Noumea, New Caledonia (no one debarked; just took on more passengers for 45-06-27 sailing) 44-06-25 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-06-26 Le Havre, France SS Monterey part of 104th Infantry Division ??? New York, NY 45-07-03 P. Branton
45-06-27 Dock 3, Grand Quay, Noumea, New Caledonia U.S.S. Elizabeth C. Stanton (AP-69) 3 men from the 47th US Naval Construction Battalion (by name and number); 485 Navy passengers; French sailors: 2 officers, 6 warrant officers, and 164 enlisted men; Army casualties: 53 enlisted men; Navy causalties: 1 officer, 105 enlisted men, patients: 2 officers, 1 warrant officer, 36 enlisted men; Marine patients, 1 enlisted man; Merchant Marine patients: 3. sailed alone Pier 7, San Francisco, CA 45-07-11 N. Miller, whose father was in the crew (more)
45-06-30 Le Havre, France Wakefield 99th Chemical Mortar Battalion; more? ??? Boston, MA 45-07-06 OUR PART: A History of the 99th Chemical Mortar Battalion , via M. Smith of the 99th Bn, who was aboard
45-summer Port Hueneme, CA SS Sea Devil 3000 Navy personnel ??? Yokosuka, Japan (via Marshall Islands, Okinawa) 45-summer Jim Golden who was aboard
45-mid summer Liverpool, England RMS Stratheden Men headed for training for Japan (including the "Tiger Force" RCAF volunteers) ??? Montreal, Quebec, Canada 45-mid summer Donald Child of the RCAF
45-07-02 ETO (unknown US Navy vessel) 4th Infantry Division ??? New York, NY 45-07-10 L. Langston (via son T. Langston)
45-07-02 Le Havre, France SS Ericsson part of 104th Infantry Division ??? New York, NY 45-07-11 P. Branton
45-07-?? Pacific Theater S. S. Estavia?? 11 soldiers of the 32nd Infantry Division ??? San Francisco, CA 45-07-?? S. Cowling (127th Inf Reg) via son R. Cowling (more)
45-07-?? ETO U.S.S. Gen Greeley R. Griffin ??? New York, NY 45-07-?? R. Griffin
45-07?-?? San Francisco, CA U.S.S. La Grange (APA-124) Galen Calvert, among Navy Combat Utility Battalion and Marine Riflemen replacements Convoy of several ships but number not remembered Buckner Bay, Okinawa 45-07-late G. Calvert (more)
45-07-03 USA U.S.S. Montrose William A. Hermes (later? in 553rd Signal Depot Company in Philippines) ??? Pacific 45-07-11? Souvenirs & discharge of W. Hermes, via K. Hermes
45-07-12 Le Havre, France Monticello 23rd Infantry Regiment, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd reconnaissance troop, 2nd Quartermaster Company, Division Headquarters Company, Military Police Platoon (all of 2nd Infantry Division) convoy of 2nd Infantry Division ships, convoy number not known New York, NY 45-07-20 A. Castillo (more)
45-07-12 Le Havre, France USAT General Richardson 9th Infantry Regiment, 15th Field Artillery Battalion, 2nd Engineer Battalion, 2nd Signal Company (all of 2nd Infantry Division) convoy of 2nd Infantry Division ships, convoy number not known New York, NY 45-07-20 A. Castillo (more)
45-07-12 Le Havre, France SS Marine Panther Headquarters and Headquarters Battery 2nd Infantry Division Artillery, 12th Field Artillery Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Battalion, 702nd Ordnance Company (all of 2nd Infantry Division) convoy of 2nd Infantry Division ships, convoy number not known Boston, MA 45-07-19 A. Castillo (more)
45-07-15 Scotland Queen Elizabeth 44th Infantry Division men headed for training for Japan (probably Infantry Division Reorganization Detachment "A" or "B"?) ??? New York, NY 45-07-20 R. T. Stuckey (to son (more)
45-07-15 Marseilles, France USS Japara about 1200 troops: 1366th Engineer Truck Company ??? Manila, Philippines 45-09-12 ? (59-day voyage) D. Cooper, whose father was aboard (more)
45-07-?? Marseilles, France SS Lurline 631st Engineer Light Equipment Company; unknown others none Manila, Philippines (via Panama Canal and Hawaii) 45-08-?? (34 day voyage) G. Fiducia, 631st Engr Lt Eq Co, who was aboard
45-07?-?? Philippines Gen Charles M. Nuir total of 1,844 passengers: 1,798 Army, including 366 hospital patients, 6 Swiss civilians and the American entertainer "Candy Jones" also known as Miss Jesse Wilcox, who had entertained troops for ten months in the Pacific   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-07-17 Marseilles, France (Unknown?) ??? ??? Manila, Philippines 45-08-23 L. Weiss, who was one of the troops on board
45-07-17 Le Havre, France Richard Gatling (liberty ship) men headed for training for Japan (probably an Infantry Division Reorganization Detachment?) sailed alone Newport News, VA 45-07-31 A. D'Ambra
45-07-27 Le Havre, France SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) 301 troops, including 1021st Engineer Treadway Bridge Company, 3244th Engineer Pipeline Operations Detachment, 6844th Quartermaster Drivers Detachment, 6850th Quartermaster Drivers Detachment, Infantry Division Reorganization Detachment "C" ??? New York, NY 45-08-05 T. Snell NY Times (8/5/45 Sec. I p. 20) (more)
45-07?? Italy? (???) 86th Mountain Infantry Regiment (10th Mountain Division) none? Hampton Roads, VA 45-08-07 Order of Battle, and Journal of the 2nd Battalion, 86th Mountain Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, 26 December 1944 to 8 June 1945, via R. Raney (more)
45-08?-?? ETO Robin Tuxford elements of 641st Bomb Squadron & 646th Bomb Squadron of 9th Air Force   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-08?-?? Casablanca Thomas Sumter 667 sailors & 3 soldiers   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-08?-?? Oran John Murray Forbes elements of 8th Infantry Division, 34th Infantry Division, 88th Infanty Division, 1st Armored Division, 12th Air Force, 14th Air Force (small groups from each with a total of 477)   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-08?-?? Le Havre, France Marechal Joffre 3,040 passengers, mainly from 6th Armored Division   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-08?-?? ??? Louis A. Milne 942 patients   New York, NY 45-08-14 New York Times of 8/15/45, via B. Nylander
45-08-05 Le Havre, France SS T. B. Robertson 506th Military Police Battalion ??? New York, NY 45-08-19 Fred Minson of Co. B, 506th MP Bn, who was aboard (more)
45-08-06 Gurrock, Scotland Queen Elizabeth Ground Echelon of 492nd Bomb Group; and more?? sailed alone? New York, NY 45-08-11 History of the 492nd Bomb Group (1945), via T. Ensminger (more)
45-08-06 Gurrock, Scotland Queen Elizabeth Ground Echelon of 492nd Bomb Group; and more?? sailed alone? New York, NY 45-08-11 History of the 492nd Bomb Group (1945), via T. Ensminger (more)
45-08-14 Naples, Italy Pachaug Victory 3rd Battalion and Regimental Headquarters Company, Service Company, Cannon Company, portions of other units (all of the 363rd Infantry Regiment, 91st Infantry Division)   Newport News, VA 45-08-25 History of the 363d Infantry by Ralph Strootman (Infantry Journal Press, 1947), via J. Huber, whose Dad G. O. Huber of HQ Co/3rd Bn was aboard
45-08-16 Marseilles, France SS Exchange 2500 troops: 64th Field Hospital; and more?? sailed alone New York, NY 45-08-25 jerbayer@swbell.net of the 64th FH (more)
45-09-03 Okinawa, Japan U.S.S. Noble 1st Battalion (32nd Infantry Regiment (7th Infantry Division)) ??? Inchon, Korea 45-09-07 R. Nelsons diary (more)
45-09-04 Le Havre, France (Victory Ship) 45th Infantry Division alone? New York, NY 45-09-12 B. Bowers (more)
45-09-06 Marseilles, France U.S.S. Wakefield 82nd Airborne Division alone? Boston, MA 45-09-14 T. Kent (more)
45-09-09? England Europa Casuals Shipment RE6040-8, escorted by cruiser U.S.S. Philadelphia New York, NY 45-09-24 J. Pogliano (more)
44-09-11 Europe SS Admiral Capps 393rd Infantry Regiment (99th Infantry Division) alone? Hampton Roads, VA 44-09-20 D. Phillips via postal mail (more)
45-09-25 Avonmouth, England SS Santa Margarita (C2-S-B1) 226 troops alone? New York, NY 45-10-03 T. Snell (more)
45-09-30 Le Havre, France SS Stamford Victory (or Stanford Victory) 707th Tank Battalion alone? Boston, MA 45-10-?? H. Clauson, L. Clifford in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 217
45-09-30 Le Havre, France SS Williams Victory Woodrow Boles, Mark Daniels alone? New York, NY 45-10-09 W. Boles, M. Daniels in Lucky 7th (1990), pp. 207, 220
45-late 09 or early 10? France General Esquire RAMPs (ex POWs) alone? USA 45-10?-?? E. Bernhardt in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 205
45-10-?? Europe Anatoch Victory 31st Tank Battalion (7th Armored Division) "a small flotilla of Victory ships" USA 45-10-?? J. Bowen in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 207
45-10-01? Europe SS Pachaug Victory units of the 7th Armored Division) "a small flotilla of Victory ships" USA 45-10-10? John Durba if CCA of 7th Armored Division), via W. Johnston
45-10-?? Le Havre, France SS Le Jeune Howard Eldridge alone? USA 45-10-?? H. Eldridge in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 227
45-10-?? ??? Patrick ??? with Gen Stewart USA 45-11?-?? G. Langworthy, whose father-in-law (726th Rwy Optg Bn) was aboard the Gen Stewart
45-10-?? Calcutta, India USS General M.B. Stewart (P-140) former member of 726 Railway Operating Battalion with Patrick USA 45-11?-?? G. Langworthy, whose father-in-law (726th Rwy Optg Bn) was aboard
45-10-02 Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines U.S. Navy attack transport unattached returning Navy troops   San Francisco, CA (Treasure Island) 45-10?-?? L. Walker (more)
45-10-02 London, England William S. Young 28 officers and 465 enlisted men of the 270th Combat Engineer Battalion (70th Infantry Division) alone? ??? ??? S. K. Dixon (more)
45-10-05 London, England SS Thomas W. Hyde Company C, 270th Combat Engineer Battalion (70th Infantry Division) alone? Boston, MA 45-10-25 S. K. Dixon (more)
45-10-11 Southampton, England Queen Mary returning personnel from all branches (total of 11,383 troops, 202 passengers, 836 crew)   New York, NY 45-10-16 W. Savage, formerly of the 244th FA Bn, who was aboard and S. Harding R.M.S. Queen Mary (more)
45-10-13 Marseilles, France Fayetteville Victory 432nd Flight Control Squadron alone? New York, NY 45-10-24 W. Beard, whose father J. H. Beard of the 432nd Fighter Control Squadron was on board
45-10-16 Marseilles, France Mahoney City Victory ??? alone? Hampton Roads, VA 45-10-?? S. Hatch, whose father was on board
45-10-17 San Francisco, CA Admiral Simms replacement Army troops sailed alone? Yokohama, Japan 45-10-29 F. Lutes (aboard) via G. Lutes
45-10-24 Le Havre, France (Liberty ship) Jack M. Clark; various returnees; guards and personnel from Paris camps (broke up black market rings and hung deserters) none New York, NY 45-11-04 J. M. Clark (to S. Lawson) memory and discharge paper (more)
45-10-22 Naples, Italy Monticello 133rd, 135th, and 168th Infantry Regiments (34th Infantry Division) none Newport News, VA 45-11-03 J. Hergendoreder, who was there (more)
45-11-?? Tokyo, Japan General William M. Black Capt. T. P. Field and various military none Seattle, WA 45-11-?? T. P. Field (to P. K. Turner) (more)
45-11-04 Inchon, Korea U.S.S. Gordon various military being discharged none Tacoma, WA 45-11-16 R. Nelsons diary (more)
45-11-07? New York, NY SS Webster Victory empty, except for Navy or Army Troop Staff none Marseilles, France 45-11-20? Merchant Marine crew member W. J. Longo (more)
45-11-20 Manila, Philippines USAHS Marigold (formerly President Van Buren) Hopsital ship complement sailed alone Terminal Island, Los Angeles, CA 45-12-16 Diary of John Leigh, via L. Leigh (more)
45-11-21 Marseilles, France SS Webster Victory 45th Infantry Division? none New York, NY 45-12-05? Merchant Marine crew member W. J. Longo (more)
45-11-21 Calcutta, India SS Marine Devil returning personnel from all branches   Seattle, WA 45-12-20 R. Hacking, whose father was aboard
45-11-22 Marseilles, France SS Hermitage Archie Blood   USA 45-12-01 A. Blood in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 207
45-11-29 Le Havre, France U. S. S. Boise Russ Spickler   New York, NY 45-12-?? R. Spickler to A. Leitch
45-11-late Marseilles, France Sea Owl 644th Tank Destroyer Battalion?   Newport News, VA 45-12?-?? C. Boykin in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 208
45-12-?? Nagoya, Japan Cape Meyers former member 33rd Infantry Division   Ft. Vancouver, WA 46-01-08 future member of 33rd Infantry Division to b52@azstarnet.com (more)
45-12-01 Antwerp, Belgium Brandon Victory Charles Dennis   New York, NY 45-12-12? C. Dennis in Lucky 7th (1990), p. 222
45-12-08? Marseilles, France (Victory Ship) a regiment of the 36th Infantry Division all of the 36th Infantry Division ships sailed together Hampton Roads, VA 44-12-28 Lyle Zeutzius (to W. Johnston) (more)
45-12-08? Marseilles, France (Victory Ship) a regiment of the 36th Infantry Division all of the 36th Infantry Division ships sailed together broke up and sank in Atlantic   Lyle Zeutzius (to W. Johnston) (more)
45-12-08? Marseilles, France (Victory Ship) a regiment of the 36th Infantry Division all of the 36th Infantry Division ships sailed together broke up and sank in Atlantic   Lyle Zeutzius (to W. Johnston) (more)
45-12-09 ETO ??? ???   USA 45-12-28 Discharge of W. Crowley (593rd Mtr Amb Co), via M. Crowley
45-12-10 Leyte, Philippine Islands SS Marine Perch Frank Ruscavage   San Francisco, CA 45-12-24 F. Ruscavage, earlier of Anti-Aircraft Artillery (more)
45-12-mid? Osaka, Japan USS Crenshaw ???   Seattle, WA 45-12-24 L. Weiss, who was one of the troops on board
45-12-mid? Japan (Unknown ???) 27th Infantry Division   Seattle, WA 45-12-26? F. Sorchidoo of the 27th Inf Div who was aboard
45-12-?? Tinian ??? large contingent of 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)   USA 46-01-01?? History of the 302nd Fighter Control Squadron)
45-12-mid? Southampton, England U. S. S. Enterprise 435th or 445th AAA Gun Bn ??? (storm at sea) New York, NY 45-12-22 or 23 Father-in-law of W. Obendorf (more)
45-12-17 ETO ??? ??? ??? USA 45-12-29 discharge of father (222nd Inf Reg / 42nd Inf Div) of S. Boudreau
45-12-18 Camp Wings, Le Havre, France ATS Edmund B Alexander (was to have been Kokomo Victory) "D" Battery 445th AAA (AW) Battalion?; Headquarters Battery 404th Field Artillery Group? ??? (storm at sea) New York, NY 45-12-30 discharge and map of Lloyd Hardy (404th FA) via P. Hardy (more)
45-12-about 19 or 20 Liverpool, England Dutchess of Bedford ???   Halifax, Nova Scotia 46?? D. Morrison
45-12-26 ("right after Christmas") Bremerhaven, Germany SS Le Jeune 29th Infantry Division   New York, NY 46-01-16? C. Jeschke

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