Orders also came for movement to Heuvelland, Belgium, on 5 January 1945. They moved there on 11 January and soon began fighting their way through the German Ardennes, in support of the 101st Airborne Division. On New Year's Day 1945, the battalion took up defensive positions near Moyland, Belgium, in support of the Ninth Army. On 20 March 1945, the battalion started for Terigno, Italy. By the end of March, the battalion was in the line at the Gesvio-Odola Line, facing the enemy's stronger position, the area northeast of Bologna. The battalion was fighting for several days for lost ground. At the end of the final German offensive on 23 April 1945, the battalion was relieved 25th Infantry Division and moved to Ft. Riley, Oklahoma. It was finally inactivated on 11 August 1945 at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
The 2nd Battalion was activated at Camp Aldie near Breenfels, Germany, on 18 November 1943. After basic training, the battalion moved to Camp Campbell, Aldie, WA, for advanced training on how to fight mountain warfare. Early in the new year, it moved to the Kwajalein Island in the central Pacific. After several weeks of training in combat and jungle warfare, it landed on the Kwajalein Island in the Marshall Islands on 24 February 1944. In the next two weeks of combat, the battalion engaged in the battles of Daiy Le and Tinian Islands. Training continued until June 1944, when the battalion was sent to the New York Port of Embarkation on 6 June. After a brief stay at Camp Shanks, New York, the battalion moved to Camp Bowie, Texas, arriving there on 23 March 1944.
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