My father was a S/Sgt in Co E captured at El Guettar March 28, 1943. Pretty much the entire company was killed or captured while attempting to take Hill 369. I have the picture of the entire company taken at Fort Bragg on 3/26/1942. Not sure how to scan it. It's in a frame about 8" high and 30" long. My dad also had the 9th Division Yearbook, blue cover with the red, white and blue Octofoil, and under each guys picture in Co E he had written KIA, MIA or POW. I have my father's account of what happened and also got some information from Jim Leopold who was the 2nd Lt of the weapons platoon for Co. H and was there that day and went back the following day to collect the dead.
In addition to the 174 men in the company, the 2nd Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Louis Gershenow, most of the battalion staff, the company commanders from Co's F, G, H were also captured. There's an online copy of El Guettar: Crucible of Leadership by Henry Gerard Phillips that tells the whole story of what happened. Bad maps, bad intelligence, poor communications and bad recon by the battalion and company officers lead to a disaster.