Dad's mailing address July 1944 through July 1945 was 422nd Field Artillery Group. I believe this was Corps or Divisional Artillery unit. Dad may have been in a Field Artillery Observation Battalion at some point, possible the 14th or the 285th, but can't get any hard information to support this. The 422nd was assigned or attached to the XIX Corps in February and March, 1945 for Operation Grenade. Dad was in the UK in the first half of July 1944, postcards indicate Salisbury, UK area. Dad sent some postcards home from Momignies Belgium (on French border); the censor scratched out the date. Dad has both 3rd Armored and 2nd Armored Division shoulder patches in his "war box" He sailed home from Marseille in January 1946, his Transportation order was 78th Field Artillery, but I know for certain he was not in the 78th FA (2nd Armored Division) in February and March 1945.... perhaps they were in the same Corps, or the 422nd FA Group was a unit in the 2nd Armored Division. After a month on the internet, only found one or two tidbits about the 422nd FA Group. That's all I have really. Any suggestions or advice of figuring out the path of the 422nd Field Artillery Group from July, 1944 through February, 1945 GREATLY appreciated.