Seeking for Tables of Organization and Equipment (TOE) and General Orders for the 57th Signal Repair Company during World War II.

I am seeking information about the TOEs used to activate and reorganize the 57th Signal Repair Company in February 1944 and General Orders for the activation and inactivation of this unit.

The following TOEs were used to activate and reorganize the 57th Signal: TOE 11-127, 1942, activation effective on 8 February 1944, and TOE 11-127 for reorganization effective on 4 November 1944. The unit was constituted under AG 322 on 19 January 1944, OB-I-GNGCT-M on 22 January 1944, to the US Army Forces, Central Pacific Area. The unit was activated in Hawaii, US Army Forces, Central Pacific Area under General Orders Number 39, effective 8 February 1944. General Order number 86 from the XXIV Corps, dated 29 May 1946, inactivates the unit effective 31 May 1946. Additionally, the War Department General Order number 12, 1946, recognizes the unit for participating in combat operations for the period of 26 May to 2 June 1945 in the Ryukyus and previously received The Meritorious Unit Commendation Plaque was awarded under General Order number 442, Central Pacific Base Command for the period of 9 February 1944 to 8 May 1944 and a Star for the MUC plaque was awarded under General Order number 51 Headquarters, Central Pacific Base Command to the unit for the period of 9 May 1944 to 9 November 1944. AG Form 016 (Historical Data) was used for this research.

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thank You,

Javier R. Gonzalez Urdaneta, Sr.