US army in France WWI

Mar 2019
2
Poland
I want to know more about battles of US army in France during WWI. I want to know exactly dates of battles and places of Company I 38th Infantry 3rd Division Regular. My knowledge about it is from American Wikipedia only. For me interresting is also a soldier Waclaw Gronczewski. All what I know about him is note from Ancestry:
Waclaw Gronczewski
in the U.S., Army Transport Service, Passenger Lists, 1910-1939

Name: Waclaw Gronczewski
Departure Date: 11 Aug 1919
Departure Place: Buet
Arrival Date: 1919
Address: 67 W. 36 Street
Residence Place: Bayonne New Jersey
Next of Kin: Stephen Kalakowski
Relationship: Friend
Ship: LOUISVILLE
Military Unit: COMPANY I 38TH INFANTRY
Rank: Private First Class
Service Number: 551785
Notes: COMPANY I 38TH U. S. INFANTRY

Waclaw Gronczewski
in the U.S., Army Transport Service, Passenger Lists, 1910-1939

Name: Waclaw Gronczewski
Departure Date: 30 Mar 1918
Departure Place: Hoboken, New Jersey
Address: 87 E 24th St
Residence Place: Bayonne, New Jersey
Next of Kin: Czeslaw Smolenski
Relationship: Uncle
Ship: President Lincoln
Military Unit: 38th
Rank: Private
Service Number: 551785
Notes: Company "I" 38th Infantry 3rd Division Regular

Regards
Megi :)
 

Edric Streona

Ad Honorem
Feb 2016
4,530
Japan
Their WW1 battle honors are.
Aisne; Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; St. Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Champagne
 

martin76

Ad Honorem
Dec 2014
6,790
Spain
Well, 38th Infantry (formed in 1917 in Syracuse, NY) was in 6th Brigade in 3rd Division (Regular Army Division). 38th infantry was formed from personnel of the 30th Infantry.
April 4th, 1918, part of the 38th Infantry landed at Glasgow (1st and 3rd Bons and MG Co) and the remainder landed at Brest (April 7th). 3rd Bon landed in Brest April 13th, 1918.

From May 31rd to June 5th, the 38th Infantry took part (as it was written by Edric in Aisne Front). From June 6th to July 14th, 38th was in Chateau-Thierry sector. The regiment took part in Champagne - Marne operation from 15th to 17th July. From July 18th to 30th in the Aisne - Marne Operation.
From September 12 to 15.. St. Mihiel Operation.
September 26 to October 27th. Meuse - Argonne Operation.
November 11th the 38th was in Tronville-en-Barrois
December 12th: in Landkreis Mayen in Germany
August 5th, 1919: Back to Brest.
August 10th, 1919: 38th Infantry sailed
August 20th: Hoboken (NJ, USA)
Late August: Personnel demobilized in Camp Merrit. Division proceeded to Camp Pike for station.