Pacific Theater. He travelled to Austrailia aboard the Queen Mary on the "40 Days and 40 Nights" voyage. He went to Guinea, and thats where spent much of his overseas service. He served under Samuel Marvin Griffin, who headed his D Battery but left at some point, moving up the ranks, so I don't know who took over as his leader.
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