I'm researching an incident that occurred on March 1st, 1945 during the advance of the 2nd AD on the Cologne Plains to the Rhine River. The 2nd Platoon leader's light tank, from A Company, 67th AR, was hit and disabled. No one was hurt and the crew dug a hole behind the tank for protection. A rifleman from the 41st Infantry Regiment volunteered to enter the turret of the disabled tank, which was still under fire, and load if one of the crew would act as gunner. Corporal Moore from the crew became the gunner while the rifleman loaded and they knocked out the German guns that disabled them. The Cpl Moore who manned the gun was awarded the Bronze Star, the platoon leader who remained huddled behind the tank received a Silver Star, and the rifleman who volunteered to load was also awarded the Silver Star. I am trying to determine the name of the rifleman from the 41st Infantry Regiment that earned the Silver Star for his courage on March 1,1945. Is there any database that goes by unit, or date? All the Silver Star databases that I found go by name. Thanks for any help.