Here is a dog tag from my website with a pretty interesting story. He was in the 79th ID. I have some insignia from him too but don't feel like digging it out right now.
Captain James McKendree Reiley was born 23 December 1895 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He attended Central High School in Pennsylvania and was class of 1915, then went to Cornell University.
When he was a Junior in college he left to enlist on 11 May 1917. He became a Captain on 15 August 1917 and soon was with the unit he would go to France with, which was Company C, 311th Machine Gun Battalion, 79th Infantry Division.
14 July 1918 his unit landed at Brest, France and was soon on the front line of the Meuse-Argonne area. Reiley was on the front line in this area with his company until he was seriously wounded in action in October of 1918. He was hit by a shell while directing fire for his machine gunners when the Germans were advancing on them. 4 of his men were killed in the same blast, while he lied helpless on the battlefield for 8 hours, paralyzed in both legs and gassed.
He was then taken to the rear to receive medical care. With medical treatment he was able to walk again. After 4 months of overseas service, he was ordered to become a Professor of Military Science and Tactics at Cornell University by the US Government. He was discharged on 14 October 1919.
In 1973, he revisited where he had fought in France and unfortunately died while on the tip on 10 November 1973.