Military Service - United States WW1

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The service date for Clarence Huette Hildreth shows:

154 Co 14 (Grand) Div TC

What does this mean?
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https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/reghist/wwi/WWI_Serviceman_Glossary.pdf

This is a chart I found.   TC  means tank corps.
by Maureen Rosenfeld G2G6 Pilot (181k points)
selected by Mags Gaulden
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TC = Transporation Corps (in WW1)

St. Nazaire and La Rochelle to Gievres Railway............14th grand division.

Railway line in France the US used during WW1 to transport troops and supplies.

154 co. I'm assuming fell under 14th div.
by Michelle Hartley G2G6 Pilot (152k points)

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