I've been researching my grandfather's service in WWII and would like to get some feedback if possible on some questions I have. First off, I never met my grandfather as he passed just a few years after the war. My mother was only 5 years old at the time. I do know that he was a sergeant in "C" company, 1st Battalion, 10th regiment, 5th infantry division, Third Army. According to his discharge papers, he was wounded on 10 September 1944 in France. This would have likely been when his unit was at the crossing of the Moselle River. My aunt (grandfather's younger sister) said that she recalled the family receiving two telegrams. The first stating that he was MIA. The next stating that he had been found. She also said that he was wounded and left for dead. He was found by a French lady who assisted him, and eventually made it back to his unit after 3 months! I'm just not sure this story is accurate. I would be interested to know if this sounds plausible. Also, were daily records kept by each Company? If so, where can those be found? Unfortunately, my grandfather's personnel records were completely destroyed in the archives fire in St Louis. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.