You can request his records from the National Archives. You have a REAL good chance since you have his Company information.
I got information on 2 of my gr. grandfathers this way. One wounded, and one killed.
Also, if he left a family, his wife would have collected a pension. Those records are also available through the National Archives. You can mail to them in Washington, D.C., or visit a N.A. regional library branch if you are near one.
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