28th Infantry Division
"The Keystone Division" to become known in the Battle of Hürtgen Forest as "The Bloody Bucket Division"

Major General Norman D. Cota

109th  Infantry Regiment, 110th Infantry Regiment,
112th Infantry regiment and supporting units and

October 27 - November 20, 1944

Kall gorge, Simonskall, Vossenack, Raffelsbrand,
Germeter, Kommerscheidt and Schmidt.

275th ID, 89th ID and 116th PzD.

Turney W. Leonard, 1st Lt., 893rd Tank
Destroyer Battalion, Medal of Honor, near
Kommerscheidt on November 4 - 6, 1944,
(Posthumously).  His unit was attached to the 28th Division at the time.

6184 battle and non-battle casualties.


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