Alvin A. Lopyan, 1st Engineers, 1st Division 1938.
I actually got a few of his items, it was saved from the dumpster by my upstairs neighbor who owns his own construction/renovation business, see how it went down was, the children of this gentleman, where selling the house, didn't want over half of what was laying around, it was simply to be tossed. my neighbor, like the other one who lives in my building, who's a moving man crew foreman (he's the one who gave me that WWII Ammo box with the WWI-WWII German stuff inside of it), knows I collect stuff like this. and kept it.
Among the items were.
A AG44 uniform complete, IE Cap, Coat, Trousers, most of the metal insignia and both shoulder patches and OS bars was present, just needed a couple of odds and ends, and three fatigue shirts fully badged, these items were his upon retirement as LTC in the Army Reserve in NYC in February 1964, at that time he was in one of those Special Amphibious Engineer Brigades, the one of the USAR in the Northeast, the 2nd I think it was.He was only on active duty a bit after his commisioning in the AR, and of course in WWII, but for the balance of his career, Reserves.
Here's the coat. Ribbons I was able to track down via my special agent, who was able to give me more info on him, to include Service photo, and unlike his 1938 photo, no there was no Marksmanship badge on this AG, nor was there any on there, IE no clutch ghosting and or pin hole markings/blemishes.