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A i m e d F o r c e s O r a l H i s t o r i e s
A r m e d F o r c e s O r a l H i s t o r i e s
Korean
War
Studies
and After-
Action
Reports
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CONTENTS
Introduction p. vu
User Instructions P- x
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DOCUMENTS p. 1
AFTER-ACTION REPORTS P- 1
STUDIES P. 9
INDEX BY SUBJECTS AND NAMES p. 17
INDEX BY AMERICAN MILITARY UNITS p. 31
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST P- 39
INTRODUCTION
Korean War Studies andAfter-Action Reports is part of a series
collectively titled ArmedForces Oral Histories. This series will
bring together collections organized around oral history inter-
views broadly related to the history of the United States Armed
Forces in war and peace.
The Korean conflict from the standpoint of national policy
and military strategy, was the first "limited" war of the Cold
War era. Determined to avoid yet another world war and the
further use of nuclear weapons, the Administration of Harry
S. Truman had decided, in the words of George C. Marshall,
".. .to contain Communist aggression.. .without resorting
to total war. . ." To many of the Army and Marine units com-
mitted to combat, however, the war in Korea was as total as
could be imagined. Though air and naval operations were a
part of the overall military picture, the Korean conflict was
from the outset a vast and often vicious ground war in which
the front lines ranged over hundreds of miles, often shifted
suddenly and sometimes seemed to disappear altogether.
Casualties were high by any measure.
The challenges posed by the Korean conflict suggested the
need to systematically gather information on the activities
of major American units. The value of historical accounts
had been demonstrated during the Second World War, when
Army historians followed the progress of American soldiers
by conducting extensive interviews and compiling valuable
records of combat actions. The resulting set of interviews and
related materials has been reproduced as part of the Armed
Forces Oral Histories series. See WWII Combat Interviews.
While conducting interviews and collecting related
materials for historical purposes, Army investigators during
the Second World War also compiled combat information
in After-Action Reports designed for immediate wartime use.
These parallel activities overlapped in both form and func-
tion. Army historians produced accurate narrative accounts
of combat actions that were of obvious usefulness to com-
manders in the field. At the same time, the historians found
that the After-Action Reports produced to provide direct in-
formation to commanders were useful in compiling their
histories.
After the Second World War, the United States Army, focus-
ing on the inter-related nature of historical and operational
fact-finding activities, decided to combine these functions.
When war broke out in Korea, however, the Army reverted
to its previous practice of constructing battlefield reports for
current operational purposes, and parallel but separate de-
tailed historical accounts for future use. The Assistant Chiefs
of Staff within the Department of the Army were responsi-
ble for recording and transmitting "lessons learned"•as they
were sometimes called•within respective spheres, while the
historical detachments were left to perform their special role.
At the outset of the Korean conflict, thus, Army historians
were allowed to pursue their own mission•to create a de-
tailed historical record that could be used after the conflict
to write official histories. The suddenness of the conflict and
related difficulties delayed early deployment of historical
units. Eventually, however, eight historical detachments were
organized and committed to Korea between February 15 and
July 22, 1951. Though the historical detachments' Reports
and Studies paralleled and even duplicated some of the
"lessons learned" after action activities of other units, the
historical detachments developed their materials.
Introduction to the Index and Microfiche
Collection
The After-Action Reports and Studies produced by the
historical detachments provide ground-level reportage of
military events in Korea that is uniquely detailed and com-
prehensive. Despite this fact, this collection has never been
reproduced in microform.
Now, for the first time, Korean War Studies andAfter-Action
Reports index and companion microfiche collection provide
researchers the most comprehensive coverage possible to these
heretofore inaccessible materials. This collection is drawn
from the archives of the Center for Military History of the
United States Army and includes approximately 150
documents on 350 microfiche.
All Index sections are more fully described below under
User Instructions.
The microfiche collection contains copies of all materials
indentified in the Reference Bibliography and Indexes. The
original documents have been reproduced on silver halide
film, in negative polarity, at a reduction ratio of 29:1 for texts,
and 20:1 for maps and oversized materials.
The microfiche full texts are numbered and organized to
correspond to the organization of listings in the Reference
Bibliography. This permits direct access to full texts on
microfiche from all references contained in the bibliography
and index listings.
Organization of the Military Detachments
The Army organized the military history detachments
against the backdrop of sudden mobilization. Like the United
States Army in general, the historical detachments were faced
with the imperative need to locate manpower, provide orien-
tation, training, and equipment, and establish procedures for
operations. Within the context of a peacetime Army that had
been jolted into action by the unexpected conflict, none of
these were easy tasks.
The eight historical detachments that produced materials
included in this collection were activated in the United States
and were quickly staffed•primarily with reserve officers•
and otherwise brought up to formal strength to pursue their
mission. The detachments were assigned to Korea and trained
only briefly before departure. When their missions had been
accomplished, they were reduced in strength and inactivated.
Given the hurried nature of early efforts to organize
combat-effective forces, it is not surprising that administrative
arrangements were unsettled. Early operations of the histor-
ical detachments lacked highly directed, centralized planning.
Originally, a central organization was improvised by activating
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the Eighth Army Historical Service Detachment (Provisional).
Personnel for this unit were drawn from other detachments
in Korea, while the historical officers who conducted inter-
views and compiled records were drawn from Reserves. The
Provisional Detachment was inactivated when the 1st
Historical Detachment, which had been designated as the
headquarters, arrived in Korea. Historical detachments cen-
tralized their operations in Seoul during late 1951 and early
1952. Even then, unexpected and changeable combat condi-
tions made centralization of planning and operations difficult.
Information on each detachment, provided from a command
perspective, is available as "Chronology of the Historical
Detachments in Korea, October 1950 to January 1954"
(S-DS).
In light of the early organizational problems experienced
by the historical detachments, the level of detail and com-
prehensiveness evidenced by the work of the detachments is
surprising. Despite the suddenness of the conflict and
logistical problems caused by the rapidly changing military
situation, historical detachments were able to reconstruct
many major battles and operations through interviews, sup-
plemented with recourse to more conventional primary
documentary resources.
Substantive Content of the Collection
The scope and content of the interviews and studies was
heavily influenced by the nature of the conflict and by the
types of units employed in combat. Though the Korean con-
flict was an international "police action," the vast majority
of the units involved in combat were those of the United States
Army. The United States Army also organized the historical
detachments that conducted the interviews and produced the
Reports and Studies. It is therefore not surprising that, the
involvement of other United Nations forces and the Marine
Corps not withstanding, all units interviewed by the historical
detachments and directly covered in this collection are Army
units. However, where other U.N. units were discussed in in-
terviews and other documents, they are referenced under the
appropriate terms in the Index by Subjects and Names.
The collection provides rich detail on the ground war and
its immediately related aspects, such as the use of paratroopers
in airborne operations. Infantry regiments are the backbone
of any ground-based combat operation, and the overall col-
lection provides much information on the role such regiments
played in Korea. However, the collection also covers in depth
the operations of other supporting units such as artillery and
engineering. The After-Action Reports provide especially rich
detail on specific engagements, some of which was vicious
and close. Many of the interviews concern action in Central
and Northern Korea, where units generally suffered the
heaviest casualty rates.
The two major components of this collection are the After-
Action Reports and the Studies. After-Action Reports include
accounts of combat-related activities of specific units dur-
ing an engagement or operation. Reports often focus on the
role or scope of action of particular units for a given period
of time at a specific locale. Titles include Operation Tomahawk
(see R-BA-1), Withdrawal from Wonju (see R-BA-27 ), and
Action atKunu-ri, 17th FieldArtillery Bataillon (see R-BA-7 4).
Studies are organized functionally by specialized topics. Titles
covered in the Studies include Enemy Tactics (see S-AL), Inter-
Allied Cooperation During Combat Operations (see S-AI), and
Surgical Hospital in Korea (see S-AI).
After-Action Reports generally are organized in three parts.
First, a narrative account or background is provided. Second,
the interviews themselves are presented in summarized form.
Finally, supplementary materials are presented to describe im-
portant maneuvers and events.
Combat interviews provided the research basis for the After-
Action Reports, but not the text. Though Army historians
sometimes extensively quoted officers and enlisted men, inter-
views were not recorded verbatim. Working without the
benefit of recorders, historians took short hand notes and
and produced summaries. Officers responsible for summa-
tions produced after interveiws signed their work to indicate
who had produced the account.
The historical detachments utilized interview techniques
developed by U.S. Army historians and researchers during
the Second World War. Among the leading early practitioners
of battlefield oral histories was General S. L. A. Marshall.
Though Gen. Marshall is perhaps best known for his con-
troversial thesis concerning the behavior of infantry in com-
bat, one of his signal contributions was his emphasis on the
importance of immediate combat history•i.e., the recording
of events as soon as possible after the battle and often on
the field of battle itself•over accounts written from primary
records well after the fact. Marshall believed oral interviews
captured details and perspectives lacking in formal reports.
Further, by conducting interviews immediately after a battle,
Marshall hoped to avoid the tendency to forget or alter facts
as memories faded.
Marshall played a leading role in the development of early
interview techniques. Among his principal innovations was
his emphasis on interviewing a number of participants to-
gether in a group. Convinced that group interviews reduced
"battlefield myopia"•the tendency of participants to see
themselves as the center of action•Marshall sought out op-
portunities to employ his intuitive view of combat history.
His first extensive uses of group interviews were in the Pacific
on Makin and Kwajelein Islands, where he conducted a series
of interviews that ultimately became the basis of his popular
book Island Victory.
By the time the Korea conflict emerged, there was a general
approval of Marshall's techniques. Marshall was by no means
the only practitioner of combat interviewing as a central focus
for combat history who was influential in the work of the
historical detachments in Korea. Other officers adapted his
techniques. First Lieutenant Martin Blumenson, who had
served with Marshall during the Second World War, was ac-
tive in the historical detachments in Korea, as was John
Westover. These and other officers in the historical
detachments made critical decisions concerning the use of
historical methodologies, fashioning solutions which best
suited the circumstances.
Officers of the historical detachments conducted most of
the interviews very soon after specific engagements, although
a few interviews were conducted well after the actions under
examination. Some interviews were conducted with a single
individual; but many were conducted with groups of soldiers
who were able to piece together an account that no single in-
dividual understood. The interviews focus on units involved
in particular engagements, rather than an overall view of the
war, and thus provide detailed accounts of combat situations.
Interviews usually begin with the accounts of commanding
officers. Then accounts of other officers and enlisted per-
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sonnel are included. Interviews from major units engaged in
a specific battle are presented first, followed by accounts from
support units.
Supplementary materials include maps, overlays, and
charts; some photographs; and miscellaneous related
documents. Maps provided in this collection are often hand-
drawn sketches or preprinted maps that were edited or marked
in longhand by interviewers or participants. Among the
unusual documents found here are blueprints, which were in-
cluded to describe the work of engineering units. Photographs
are not routinely a part of the After-Action Reports, but are
significant to illustrate activities in Korea. Other documents
included as supplementary materials include correspondence,
periodic operations reports, orders, messages, staff reports,
extracts of journals kept by executive officers, and notes by
Army historians. They provide a wealth of information, in-
cluding casualty statistics and data on the status of various
operations.
The Studies provide a considered perspective on a broad
phase of the war effort, and thus are not limited to the ac-
tivities of a particular unit. Historical Detachments prepared
them to recognize strengths as well as to point to deficiencies
or problems in fundamental strategic and tactical matters,
such as the use of new weapons, techniques for supply and
support, and fighting behavior. The Studies place the Korean
experience within the context of ongoing doctrinal debates.
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USER INSTRUCTIONS
The instructions below describe the document accession
numbering system used for the collection, and review the
scope, organization, information elements, and suggested uses
of the Bibliography of Documents, Index by Subjects and
Names, Index by American Military Units, and Chronological
List of Documents.
Accession Numbers
Each document has been assigned a single accession number
for reference purposes in the Bibliography and Index sections.
This accession number is identical to the document's
microfiche accession number within the companion
microfiche collection.
The initial element of the accession number indicates
whether the document is a Study (S) or After-Action Report
(R). The second and third elements of the accession number
are taken from the call numbers assigned by the Center for
Military History. For example, documents classified under
the CMH call numbers 8-5.1 BA-5 and 8-5.1 AA.A have
been assigned the accession numbers R-BA-5 and S-AA.A,
respectively.
Accession number elements are illustrated in the sample
provided below.
Bibliography of Documents
Individual entries have been prepared for all items in the
microfiche collection. After-Action Reports (R-) are listed
first, followed by Studies (S-).
After-Action Reports generally deal with individual military
operations and activities and are limited in scope to the ac-
tion of a specific military unit, at a specific place, during a
specific period of time. After-Action Reports are generally
composed of a narrative of events, interviews with officers
and soldiers who participated in the action, and other sup-
porting documents. Typical titles include Action at Kunu-ri,
17th Field Artillery Battalion, Action on Heartbreak Ridge;
and Successful Defense ofCompany Patrol Base West ofImjin
River.
Studies are more formal presentations of information on
all facets of a particular subject and generally are not limited
to a specific military unit, place, or time period. Studies cover
a wide range of topics, including military history, orders of
battle, military medicine, and logistical support activities.
Several expanded after-action reports have also been included
with the Studies. Typical titles include EUSAK Combat Pro-
paganda Operations, Inter-Allied Co-operation During Com-
bat Operations, and Surgical Hospital in Korea.
Bibliographic Data
Bibliographic data given for each listing includes the follow-
ing items:
• Titles • Titles appear in boldface type immediately
following document accession numbers. Initial articles
(a, an, the) have been dropped from titles.
• Date • The date provided is the date of military action
or period of coverage wherever possible. In cases where
documents do not have a specific period of coverage but
a date of publication may be inferred from the context of
the document, an attempt has been made to supply a pub-
lication date. These supplied dates are enclosed in brackets
[pub. 6/20/54]. Documents for which no date of coverage
or publication could be assigned are indicated by [n.d.].
• Collation • The collation refers to the total number of
pages occupied on the microfiche by the document. Any
oversized pages filmed with the document are also noted.
• Project number • Many studies in the collection include
a Military Historical Detachment (MHD) project
number. Whenever a Military Historical Detachment
project number is present on a study, this information
is provided immediately following the collation.
Sample Accession Numbers
R-BA-20
after-action
report
final element
of call number
assigned by CMH
SAD
study final element
of call number
assigned by CMH
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Sample Entries: Bibliography of Documents
accession number •
date of coverage.
scope of coverage -
-R-BA -21
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th
Engineer Group
-1/51 to 2/51. 9 p. + ov. diagrams.
Covers procedures for winlcrizing water installa-
tions used by Army units at Wonju during the
severe cold season.
Includes table of contents (1 p.);
a. Interview: 8224th Engineer Group. (4 p.)
b. Oversized diagrams of winterized water point
and prefabricated squad tent.
•title
-collation
-contents listing
accession number •
date of coverage -
scope of coverage •
-S-AB
Personnel Problems
-6/50 ¡o 7 /57 . 202 p.-
Covers various aspects of personnel management
during the Korean Campaign, from the beginning
of hostilities in 6/ 50 until the initiation of
cease-lire negotiations in 7 /51.
Contents:
Chapter I. Build-Up of Forces. Describes
initial commitments and reinforcements,
integration of Republic of Korea soldiers,
and the use of indigenous labor, (p. 1-17 )
Chapter II. Strengths. Records, and Reports.
Details the supervision and tallying of
command strengths and the concomitant
task of maintaining necessary unit and
individual records, (p. 18-57 )
Chapter 111. Army Replacements. Describes
the replacement of war casualties and the
rotation of combat-weary troops, (p. 58-
112)
Chapter IV. Personnel Procedures. Deals with
classification and assignment, utilization of
civilians. Black troops, and the system of
promotions and appointments, (p. 113-169)
Chapter V. Morale Services. Outlines services
and programs for rest and recuperation,
awards and decorations, postal service, and
entertainment, (p. 17 0-186)
Glossary, (p. 18'M8<>)
-contents listing
Contents Description and Listing
Brief descriptions have been prepared for each item in the
collection. Descriptions include information on the coverage
and scope of the document, as well as a listing of the con-
tents with page numbers.
Index by Subjects and Names
The Index by Subject and Names provides access by (1) prin-
cipal subject matter of the document, and (2) personal and
corporate names of subjects of documents.
Entries in this index consist of the following structural
elements, illustrated in the sample entries on the following
page.
• terms;
• title of the document;
• date of action or coverage;
• accession number assigned to each indexed document and
used to identify that document in the Bibliography of
Documents and the microfiche collection;
• cross references (see and see also).
Subject Terms
Documents are indexed to the principal subjects that repre-
sent the primary focus of the document. Subject terms are
of three general types:
• Geographic locations of military actions and operations.
The names of towns, cities, and rivers near areas of
military engagement. Complete listings of these terms
may be found under the terms "Korean cities and towns"
and "Rivers and waterways." Names of key terrain
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features such as the "T-Bone Complex" and individual
hills have also been indexed. When indexing to hills, we
have attempted to identify the name of a nearby city,
town, or other geographic designation for inclusion in
the subject term (e.g. "Hill 618, Satae-ri" and "Hill 107 3,
Line Ermine").
• Names of specific operations and defensive positions.
Whenever the name specific military operation (such as
"Operation Commando") is identified in a document
it has been indexed. The same holds true for the names
of defensive lines such as "Line Kansas."
• Subject themes of documents. In the case of this collec-
tion, subject theme terms have been applied to all Studies
but not also to After-Action Reports. Indexing to the sub-
ject themes for each of the 100 After-Action Reports
would have created long meaningless listings under such
terms as "Combat." However when the focus of an After-
Action Report is on a specific topic, terms relating to that
specific topic have been indexed. For example, document
R-BA-5 Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri, has been
assigned the geographic terms "Mago-ri" and "Hill 27 2,
Mago-ri.' ' On the other hand, R-BA-6 Mechanical Flame
Thrower at Yongdae has been assigned the geographic
term "Yongdae" as well as the subject theme term "Flame
throwers."
Documents are indexed to the most specific applicable sub-
ject terms, and usually not also to broader or narrower terms
that do not reflect as well the subject of the document. For
example, a document focusing specifically on helicopters
would be indexed to "Helicopters" and not also to the more
general term "Military aircraft." It is important, therefore,
to note relevant see also references under a term, as these
generally list additional documents not identified under the
broader term. See references direct the user from terminology
that has not been used in the controlled vocabulary thesaurus
to the specific subject term used in this Index.
Organization and Personal Name Terms
Organization and personal names in the Index are those
of the subjects of the document. Names of individual inter-
viewees have not been indexed but are present on the inter-
views themselves. Interviewees' names may be located by
searching under the name of the military unit to which the
Sample Entries: Indexes by Subjects and Names
personal name term •
geographic subject term
subject theme terms
term not used
-MacArthur, Douglas
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
• Mago-ri
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Maintenance
sec Construction and repair
Medical supplies and equipment
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN -
Military engineering
see also Bridges
see also Entrenchment
see also Fortification
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
-Military operations
see Operations orders
see under names of specific military operations
titles
_ reference to appropriate
"term
dates of coverage and
• accession numbers
references to narrower
• or related terms where
additional documents
can be found
reference to class of
* terms where documents
can be found
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person was attached (see description of Index by American
Military Units, below).
Alphabetization and Sorting of References
Index terms and notations of content are alphabetized on
a word-by-word and letter-by-letter basis.
Engineer Combat," "Companies, Engineer Port Construc-
tion," and all other engineer units included in the index.
Document titles under each military unit designation and
number are listed alphabetically.
Chronological List
Index by American Military Units
This index includes all the names of uniquely numbered
military units covered in both After-Action Reports and
Studies. Terms consist of the type of unit followed by its
characterization. Subheads referring to the specific number
of the unit are also included.
See and see also references are provided to lead the user
from a subject type approach to the names of specific units.
Thus, under "Engineer units" the user is led to "Battalions,
This index lists the title of each document by the date of ac-
tion or coverage, from the earliest to the most recent. Most
documents in the collection have complete dates or ranges
of dates consisting of the month, day, and year. The dates
of some actions, however, were not fully identified and have
been assigned an inferred month and/or year.
A few documents could not be assigned dates of coverage
or action and are therefore not included in the Chronological
List. These documents are identified by [n.d.] or [pub.
6/20/54] in the Bibliography.
Document titles under each date are listed alphabetically.
Sample Entries: Index by American Military Units
military unit terms
specific
designations of
military units
Companies, Quartermaster Service
see also Companies, Quartermaster Bath
see also Companies, Quartermaster Graves
Registration Service
see also Companies, Quartermaster Laundry
see also Companies, Quartermaster Reclamation
and Maintenance
-2nd
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
-545th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
Companies, Ranger Infantry
-4th
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
8th
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/51) R-BA-99
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-3S
Companies, Reconnaissance
-7th
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
Construction units
see Battalions, Engineer Construction
see Groups, Engineer Construction
references to narrower
terms where additional
documents can be found
titles
dates of coverage and
accession numbers
references to military
unit terms where
documents can be found
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Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
R-BA -l
Operation Tomahawk
3/22/57 to 3/29/5]. 466 p. + ov. map
overlays.
Covers the airdrop of the 187 th Airborne
Regimental Combat Team behind enemy lines at
Munsan-ni and the subsequent fighting in hilly
terrain around Parun-ni.
Contents:
Book I. Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Foreward. (2 p.)
6. Narrative. (5 p.)
c. Interviews: 187 th Airborne Regimental Com-
bat Team. (60 p.)
d. Aerial photo of drop zone. (2 p.)
e. Operations journal: 187 th Airborne Regi-
mental Combat Team. (24 p.)
/ Sketch of typical CCF deliberate defensive
field fortifications. (1 p.)
Book II. Includes table of contents (4 p.); and
a. Narrative. (38 p.)
b. Interviews: 187 th Airborne Regimental Com-
bat Team, 67 4th Airborne Field Artillery
Battalion, 4th Ranger Infantry Company.
(182 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including directives
and journal extracts from I Corps, 3rd
Infantry Division, 187 th Airborne Regimen-
tal Combat Team, and 67 4th Airborne Field
Artillery Battalion. (141 p.)
d. Oversized map overlays.
R-BA -2
Hills 717 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
6/51. 225 p.
Covers action of the 3rd Infantry Division to
control the high ground of the Iron Triangle
which encompassed the towns of Chorwon,
Kumwha, and Pyongyang, and the most vital
network of roads and railways in north central
Korea.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Sketch maps showing Hills 7 17 , 682, and 586.
OP-)
b. Operational Instruction (special), 15th Infan-
try Regiment, 6/21/51. (2 p.)
c. Keys to the Iron Triangle: narrative study of
attack and counterattack on Hills 7 17 and
682 in Chorwon-Kumwha-Pyongyang area,
6/23/51 to 6/24/51. (57 p.)
d. Interviews: 15th Infantry Regiment. (7 6 p.)
e. Extract from prison-of-war report from 3rd
Infantry Division, 6/25/51. (2 p.)
/ Tactical questionnaire answers: 39th Field
Artillery Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment.
(41 p.)
g. Aerial photographs. (37 p.)
R-BA-3
Operation Doughnut
7 /5 i. ¡72 p. + ov. map.
Covers the armored phase of a successful
envelopment of the Sobang hill mass by the 64th
Heavy Tank Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (45 p.)
b. Interviews: 64th Heavy Tank Battalion. (48
P-)
c. Sketch maps. (4 p.)
d. Aerial photographs. (7 1 p.)
e. Oversized map.
R-BA -4
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
S/;3/5i to 8/17/51. 28 p.
Covers the successful defense of a company
patrol base on the Imjin River southwest of
Chorwan by the 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st
Cavalry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (10 p.)
b. Interviews: 5th Cavalry Regiment. (14 p.)
c. Sketch showing company patrol base defen-
sive positions and route of enemy attack. (2
P.)
R-BA -5
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
9/22/57 . 19 p.
Covers action to capture enemy-held Hill 27 2 in
the Mago-ri area by the 7 th Cavalry Regiment,
1st Cavalry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 th Cavalry Regiment. (7 p.)
c. Sketch showing route of advance and
withdrawal of tank-infantry patrol from
Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment. (1 p.)
R-BA -6
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at
Yongdae
8/24/51. 43 p.
Covers use of the mechanical fiame thrower in
the village of Yongdae by the 89th Medium Tank
Battalion, 25th Infantry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (12 p.)
b. Interviews: I Corps, 92nd Chemical Service
Company, 25th Infantry Division, 89th
Medium Tank Battalion. (27 p.)
c. Sketch showing route of advance and
withdrawal in action using mechanical flame
thrower in tank of 89th Medium Tank
Battalion, 8/51. (1 p.)
d. Diagram of mechanical flame thrower and
method of operation. (1 p.)
R-BA-7
Battalion Raid
8/17/51 to 8/18/51. 16 p.
Covers action of the 8 th Cavalry Regiment, 1st
Cavalry Division, in the Puryong-gol and
Mago-ri areas.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (7 p.)
b. Interviews: 8th Cavalry Regiment. (6 p.)
c. Sketch showing routes of Companies E, F,
and G of 8th Cavalry Regiment. (1 p.)
R-BA-8
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea
3/5/ (o 6/51. 46 p. + ov. map overlay.
Covers tactical use of smoke generators in
camouflage and decoy operations, focusing on
employment of smoke screens at the Han River
bridges during assault river crossings.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (11 p.)
b. Interviews: 68th and 388th Chemical Smoke
Generator Companies, I Corps, and 92nd
Chemical Service Company. (12 p.)
c. Maps and sketches of smoke screen opera-
tions at Han River bridges. (21 p.)
d. Oversized map overlay of Seoul.
R-BA -9
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
9/5/Ji to 9/6/51. 27 p.
Covers the successful defense against over-
whelming Chinese forces of a patrol base near
Tokchol-li by the 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st
Cavalry Division.
Korean War Studies and After-Action Reports
R-BA -9
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (15 p.)
b. Panoramic view of sector Kangso-ri Valley
showing Chinese attack against patrol base of
Company K. (1 p.)
c. Interview: 5th Cavalry Regiment. (6 p.)
d. Battle Honors: 5th Cavalry Regiment, 7 0th
Tank Battalion. (2 p.)
e. Telegram from CG, EUSAK regarding
Company K action. (1 p.)
R-BA -10
Patrol Base of Company C, 7th Cavalry
Regiment
9/5/51 to 9/7/51. 26 p.
Covers unsuccessful efforts to block an enemy
takeover of Hill 339 near Hyonjo, a patrol base
for the 7 th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry
Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (10 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 th Cavalry Regiment, I Corps.
(13 p.)
c. Sketch showing company patrol base which
was overrun, and routes of enemy attack and
friendly withdrawal. (1 p.)
R-BA-11
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
8/9/50 to 8/10/50. 67 p.
Covers the successful mission of the 1st
Battalion, 7 th Cavalry Regiment to eliminate an
enemy pocket and regain Hill 268 near
Waegwan.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Preface. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 th Cavalry Regiment. (27 p.)
c. Sketches of positions of 7 th Cavalry Regi-
ment in Waegan area. (9 p.)
d. EUSAK periodic intelligence report with
maps. (13 p.)
e. EUSAK periodic operation reports. (11 p.)
R-BA-12
Operation Clam Up
2/52. 248 p. 4- ov. material.
Covers an operation to deceive the enemy into
dispatching patrols against UN lines, exposing
those patrols to ambush and capture. Also
contains information on similar strategies em-
ployed in Operations Scarecrow and Snare.
Includes preface and table of contents (6 p.);
and
a. Narrative. (48 p.)
b. Interviews: 17 th Infantry Regiment. (20 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including corre-
spondence, periodic operations reports, oper-
ations orders, outgoing messages, staff
reports, notes by Army historians, and
interviews. (167 p.)
d. Oversized map overlays of principal opera-
tions.
R-BA-13
Combat Outpost
4/19/51 to 4/22/51. 9 p.
Covers the defense of Hill 7 7 0 against heavy
enemy action by the 32nd Infantry Regiment,
7 th Infantry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (5 p.)
b. Sketches of area around Hill 7 7 0. (2 p.)
R-BA-14
Hill 902
4/22/51 to 4/23/51. 37 p.
Covers the withdrawal of the 3rd Battalion, 32nd
Infantry Regiment, 7 th Infantry Division, from
Hill 902 overlooking Taegu under heavy enemy
fire.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (20 p.)
c. Sketches of action around Hill 902. (5 p.)
R-BA -15
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286)
3/15/51. 45 p.
Covers action of the 32nd Infantry Regiment to
secure a pass located between Hills 1286, 137 7 ,
and 107 3 near Soksa-ri and gain access to the
supply route from the Amidong sector to the east
coast.
Includes table of contents (1 p.) and;
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7 th
Reconnaissance Company. (29 p.)
c. Sketches showing terrain around Hill 1286.
(4 p.)
R-BA-16
Objective Queen
6/26/51. 55 p.
Covers action of the 19th Infantry Regiment,
24th Infantry Division to raid an enemy buildup
in the vicinity of Pongdangdong-ni from
defensive positions along the high ground of Hill
107 3.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (15 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th Infantry Regiment. (31 p.)
c. Recommendations for neutralizing enemy
bunkers. (2 p.)
d. Sketches of positions. (5 p.)
R-BA -17
Black Cat Number One
7 /6/57 to 8/1/51. 41 p.
Covers efforts of the 11th Engineer Combat
Battalion to construct a bridge, designated as
Black Cat Number One, over a Pukhan River
tributary.
Includes table of contents (1 p.) and;
a. Narrative. (7 p.)
b. Interviews: 11th Engineer Combat Battalion.
(15 p.)
c. Sketches of bridge construction. (6 p.)
d. Photographs of bridge and surrounding
terrain. (11 p.)
R-BA -18
VHP Relay on Hill 1157
5/24/51 to 5/25/51. 36 p.
Covers efforts of the 101st Signal Battalion
Radio Relay Platoon to erect four VHP relays on
Hill 1157 .
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
Includes table of contents (1 p.) and;
a. Narrative. (6 p.)
b. Interviews: 101st Signal Battalion. (11 p.)
c. Overlay showing area around Hill 1157 . (2 p.)
d. Photographs showing transportation and
installation of VHP equipment on Hill 1157 .
(9 p.)
e. Narrative on use of pack mules to supply
radio relay teams on mountain tops, with
photographs. (7 p.)
R-BA -19
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest
and Jade
9/51. 30 p.
Covers efforts of 101st Signal Battalion to
construct a pole line in the mountainous terrain
between IX Corps (Tempest) headquarters and
the new command post of X Corps (Jade) in the
Inje area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (6 p.)
b. Overlay of line route map. (2 p.)
c. Circuit diagram. (2 p.)
d. Photographs of pole construction. (9 p.)
e. Interviews: 101st Signal Battalion. (9 p.)
R-BA -20
VHP and Radio Installation at Headquarters,
24th Infantry Division
9/29/51 to 10/6/51. 20 p.
Covers the establishment of radio installations at
the new command post of the 24th Infantry
Division near Changdul.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Interviews: 24th Infantry Division. (10 p.)
b. Photographs of signal installations. (7 p.)
c. Radio net diagram. (1 p.)
R-BA -21
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th
Engineer Group
1/51 to 2/51. 9 p. + ov. diagrams.
Covers procedures for winterizing water installa-
tions used by Army units at Wonju during the
severe cold season.
Includes table of contents (1 p.);
a. Interview: 8224th Engineer Group. (4 p.)
b. Oversized diagrams of winterized water point
and prefabricated squad tent.
R-BA -22
Building Concrete Culverts, 630th Engineer
Light Equipment Company
6/51. 18 p.
Covers efforts to develop concrete culverts due
to acute shortage of metal culverts.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: 630th Engineer Light Equipment
Company. (6 p.)
c. Diagram and photographs of concrete cul-
verts. (6 p.)
R-BA -23
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea,
50th Engineer Port Construction Company
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s R-BA -35
1/51 to 10/51. 48 p.
Covers demolition and reconstruction of tidal
locks at the Inchon Basin.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (13 p.)
b. Interview: 50th Engineer Port Construction
Company. (6 p.)
c. Diagrams of tidal basin and locks. (12 p.)
d. Photographs and diagram of demolished and
rebuilt gates. (15 p.)
R-BA -24
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
12/51. 35 p.
Covers the demolition of port facilities at
Hungnam and of a railroad depot and bridges at
Hamhung by the 185th Engineer Combat
Battalion.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative with sketches. (10 p.)
b. Interviews: X Corps, 185th Engineer Combat
Battalion (14 p.)
c. Photographs of Hamhung railroad facilities.
(8 p.)
R-BA -25
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
7/15/51 to 9/8/51. 57 p.
Covers efforts to construct a military supply road
in the area of Tong-myon for the support of 38th
Infantry Regiment.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (12 p.)
b. Interviews: 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion,
2nd Infantry Division, 38th Infantry Regi-
ment. (25 p.)
c. Map and photographs. (18 p.)
R-BA-26
Recon Dailey
4/2/51 to 4/8/51. 38 p.
Covers efforts of the 2nd Engineer Combat
Battalion to reconnoiter the roads to Chunchon
and parallel roads leading eastward into the 2nd
Infantry Division sector.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (13 p.)
b. Interviews: 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion,
2nd Infantry Division. (14 p.)
c. Sketches and map of reconnaissance area. ( 10
P-)
R-BA -27
Withdrawal from Wonju
1/6/51 to 1/7/51. 39 p.
Covers demolition activities of the 2nd Engineer
Combat Battalion at Wonju necessitated by the
withdrawal of the 38th Infantry Regiment.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (11 p.)
b. Interviews: 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion.
(13 p.)
c. Sketches and photographs. (13 p.)
R-BA-28
Helicopter Evacuation
1/26/51 to 8/22/51. 24 p.
Covers activities and problems faced by the
8192nd Helicoper Unit when evacuating the
wounded from combat zones.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 8192nd Helicopter Unit. (8 p.)
c. General information on helicopter evacua-
tion. (5 p.)
R-BA -29
Task Force Crombez
2/15/51. 130 p. + ov. map overlay.
Covers the successful action of a heavily-
armored task force to break a hostile roadblock
and relieve the enemy-encircled 23rd Infantry
Regiment at Chipyong-ni. Task Force Crombez
consisted of units from the 5th Cavalry
Regiment, 6th Medium Tank Battalion, and 7 0th
Tank Battalion.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: 5th Cavalry Regiment. (53 p.)
c. Statements: 7 0th Tank Battalion, 6th Medi-
um Tank Battalion, 8th Engineer Combat
Battalion. (22 p.)
d. Extract from journals, reports, and operations
logs: 5th Cavalry Regiment, 6th Medium
Tank Battalion, IX Corps. (21 p.)
e. Maps. (6 p.)
/ Evaluation interview: IX Corps. (5 p.)
g. Photographs. (8 p.)
h. Interview: 5th Cavalry Regiment. (7 p.)
i. Oversized map overlay.
R-BA -30
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
3/13/51 to 3/20/51. 139 p. + ov. maps.
Covers an assault on the enemy defense line
north of the Hongchon River by the 5th Cavalry
Regiment, causing enemy forces to withdraw
towards Chunchon. Considers difficulties en-
countered while moving food supplies and
evacuating casualties in mountainous terrain.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 5th Cavalry Regiment, IX Corps.
(85 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including operations
orders, evaluation reports, and journal ex-
tracts. (29 p.)
d. Photographs. (19 p.)
e. Oversized map overlays.
R-BA-31
Action at Wonju
1/1/51 to 2/11/51. 325 p. + ov. map.
Covers the withdrawal of 38th Infantry Regi-
ment troops to positions south of Wonju and the
subsequent reoccupation of the city after
successful attacks on enemy advanced units.
Also describes demolition of bridges and military
objectives in Wonju to prevent capture by enemy
forces.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (20 p.)
b. Interviews: 9th, 23rd, 38th Infantry Regi-
ments; 37 th and 38th Field Artillery Batta-
lions. (281 p.)
c. Periodic operation reports. (4 p.)
d. Photographs. (16 p.)
e. Oversized sketch map.
R-BA-32
Hill 312
1/28/51 to 1/30/51. 83 p.
Covers actions by the 5th Cavalry Regiment to
gain control of Hill 312, an entrenched enemy
position in hilly terrain in the Kumyangjang-ni
area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (3 p.)
b. Interviews: 5th Cavalry Regiment. (68 p.)
c. Extracts from operations log and periodic
operations reports. (9 p.)
R-BA -33
Tanks Above Kapyong
4/51. 112 p.
Covers tank-infantry action to prevent a major
enemy breakthrough to the Kapyong-Seoul road
which would have seriously threatened the I
Corps flank.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (5 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 2nd Tank Battalion, IX Corps,
213th Field Artillery Battalion, 7 4th Engi-
neer Combat Battalion. (91 p.)
c. Report on Company A 7 2nd Tank Battalion
at Cheryong-ni and Kapyong, 4/23/51 to
4/24/51. (9 p.)
d. Australian military forces, summary of
events, 4/24/51. (2 p.)
e. Results of operations, IX Corps. (3 p.)
R-BA-34
Hwachon Dam
4/11/51. 204 p.
Covers offensive actions to gain control of the
Hwachon Dam and close the floodgates opened
by the Chinese. The action was called off in the
face of strong enemy resistance.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: IX Corps, 1st Cavalry Division,
8th Engineer Combat Battalion, 7 th Cavalry
Regiment, 4th Ranger Infantry Company.
(151 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including engineer
studies and data on Hwachon Dam, extracts
from military reports, sketches, and photo-
graphs. (46 p.)
R-BA -35
Task Force Byorum
5/17/51 to 5/19/51. 54 p.
Covers task force offensive actions to inflict
damage on enemy forces in the Kumgong-ni
area. Task Force Byorum consisted of units from
the 6th Medium Tank Battalion, 8th Ranger
Infantry Company, 52nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery
Battalion, 3rd Engineer Combat Battalion, and
24th Infantry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 6th Medium Tank Battalion, IX
Corps. (22 p.)
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
R-BA -35 Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
c. Documents: operation reports and sketches.
(27 p.)
R-BA -36
Task Force Lindy Lou
5/5 i. 40 p.
Covers task force actions to provide artillery
support for the covering regiments of the 2nd and
6th ROK Infantry Divisions in the Chongpyong
Dam area. Task Force Lindy Lou consisted of
units from the 92nd Armored Field Artillery
Battalion, 987 th Field Artillery Battalion, 21st
Infantry Regiment, and 7 4th and 194th Engineer
Combat Battalions.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Map. (1 p.)
b. Narrative. (4 p.)
c. Interviews: IX Corps, 92nd Armored Field
Artillery Battalion. (30 p.)
d. Extracts from periodic operations reports. (3
P-)
R-BA -37
Artillery in Perimeter Defense
4/24/57 . 76 p.
Covers actions of the 92nd Armored Field
Artillery Battalion and attached units to provide
support against enemy infantry action in the
Chichon-ni area. Also presents general notes on
artillery perimeter support.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Sketch. (1 p.)
b. Narrative. (10 p.)
c. Interviews: 92nd Armored Field Artillery
Battalion. (56 p.)
d. Document on artillery perimeters in Korea.
(6 p.)
R-BA -38
Task Force Hazel
5/23/51 to 5/26/51. 133 p.
Covers an armored movement to soften enemy
positions in the Chunchon area. Task Force
Hazel consisted of units from the 7 th Reconnais-
sance Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 13th
Engineer Combat Battalion, and 48th Field
Artillery Battalion.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (19 p.)
b. Interviews: IX Corps, 7 th Infantry Division,
32nd Infantry Regiment, 7 th Reconnaissance
Company. (82 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including periodic
operations reports, delayed activity reports,
commendations. (29 p.)
R-BA -39
Hill 1073, a Double Envelopment
6/13/51 to 6/14/51. 87 p.
Covers a two-pronged attack by the 3rd
Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment to take Hill
107 3 and protect friendly troops just north of
Line Ermine.
Includes table of contents (1 p); and
a. Narrative. (35 p.)
b. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (49 p.)
R-BA -40
Action on the General Defense Line
5/17/51 to 5/18/51. 44 p.
Covers the preparation of defensive positions
consisting of booby traps, barbed wire, and mines
on an unnumbered hill on the General Defense
Line between Hills 251 and 241, and the
successful repulsion of a Chinese attack.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th Infantry Regiment. (27 p.)
c. Extract from IX Corps journal and overlay. (5
P.)
R-BA -41
Task Force Kingston
11/22/50 to 11/29/50. 38 p.
Covers a task force mission to reach the Yalu
River at Singaipajin and capture the town of
Samsu. Task Force Kingston consisted of
personnel and equipment from the 37 th Infantry
Regiment, 7 th Reconnaissance Company, 13th
Engineer Combat Battalion, and 48th Field
Artillery Battalion
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (17 p.)
b. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment, 48 Field
Artillery Battalion. (19 p.)
R-BA -42
Innovations in the Medical and Dental
Services
1/51 to 12/51. 12 p.
Covers the provision of optical and dental
services in the field by the 24th Medical
Battalion, 24th Infantry Division.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 24th Medical Battalion. (8 p.)
R-BA-43
Chosin Reservoir
11/24/50 to 11/30/50. 93 p.
Covers 3rd Infantry Regiment engagements with
the Chinese in a movement to relieve the 5th
Marine Regiment on the east side the Chosin
Reservoir.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative, with sketches. (41 p.)
b. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (39 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including note on
casualties and extracts from morning reports
of 31st and 32nd Infantry Regiments and
57 th Field Artillery Battalion. (10 p.)
R-BA -44
Medical Company Under Attack
5/27/51. 32 p.
Covers an engagement with enemy forces by the
Medical Company of 21st Infantry Regiment
encamped near Sinpori.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Photographs and sketch. (9 p.)
c. Interviews: Medical Company, 21st Infantry
Regiment. (13 p.)
R-BA -45
8076th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical
Hospital)
9/51. 27 p.
Covers problems encountered and innovations
instituted by the 807 6th Mobile Army Surgical
Hospital Unit, especially in the move from
Chunchon to Hwachon and during Operation
Cleaver.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 807 6th Mobile Army Surgical
Hospital Unit, 584th Ambulance Company.
(23 p.)
R-BA -46
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in
the Chunchon Area
1/51 to 12/51. 26 p.
Covers the use of area medical dispensaries to
provide services for troops spread over wide
geographic areas, focusing on activities in the
Chunchon area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: 163rd Medical Battalion, 101st
Signal Battalion, IX Corps, 36th Engineer
Combat Group, 629th Medical Clearing
Company, 545th Quartermaster Service
Company, 11th Evacuation Hospital. (19 p.)
R-BA -47
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
8/51 to 9/51. 336 p.
Covers actions of the 36th ROK Regiment, 2nd
Infantry Division, IX Corps, and supporting
marine and artillery units to seize Hills 983, 940,
and 7 7 3, eight miles northeast of the Hwachon
Reservoir.
Includes:
a. Preface. (31 p.)
b. Table of contents. (6 p.)
c. Small unit actions of 9th Infantry Regiment.
(61 p.)
d. Interviews: 8th Army; X Corps; 2nd Infantry
Division; 9th and 38th Infantry Regiments;
and 15th, 37 th, 38th Field Artillery Batta-
lions. (146 p.)
e. Supporting documents, including evaluation
reports, overlays, charts, casualty statistics,
radio messages, journal extracts, and photo-
graphs. (90 p.)
R-BA -48
Heartbreak Ridge
9/51 to ¡0/51. 561 p.
Covers a series of intense engagements by the
23rd Infantry Regiment to control and secure
strategic Heartbreak Ridge, an area connecting
heavily-fortified Hill 931 and adjacent Hill 894
near Satae-ri and Mundung-ni. Also covers
related fighting in nearby Hills 520, 618, 656,
7 02, 7 28, 841, 851, 901, 1052, and 117 9.
Includes table of contents (7 p.); and
a. Small Unit Actions: 23rd Infantry Regiment,
Task Force Sturman. (p. 1-127 )
b. Interviews: Eighth Army, X Corps, 2nd
Infantry Division, 9th and 23rd Infantry
Regiments, 37 th Field Artillery Battalion,
2nd Engineer Combat Battalion, and French
Battalion, (p. 128-418)
4 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s R-BA -62
c. Supporting documents, including ammuni-
tion expenditures, casualty reports, journal
extracts, operations report, radio message,
sketches, aerial photographs, and maps. (p.
419-520)
R-BA -49
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
7/16/50. 58 p.
Covers unsuccessful attempts by the 19th
Infantry Regiment to secure defensive positions
on the Kum River in the Taepyong-ni and
Yusong areas.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (2 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th Infantry Regiment. (50 p.)
c. Key personnel listed alphabetically and by
organization. (4 p.)
R-BA -50
Withdrawal from Taejon
7/20/50. 39 p.
Covers unsuccessful attempts of the 19th and
34th Infantry Regiments to hold the town of
Taejon, and the confusion surrounding with-
drawal from the area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (1 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th, 34th Infantry Regiments.
(35 p.)
R-BA -51
Chinese New Year Offensive
1/3/51. 14 p.
Covers defensive actions of the 19th Infantry
Regiment against a Chinese onslaught on 2nd
Battalion positions about 50 miles northeast of
Seoul.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (1 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th Infantry Regiment. (11 p.)
R-BA -52
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry
Division
7 /4/50 to 7/16/50. 75 p.
Covers actions of 19th and 34th Infantry
Regiments to hold the Kum River defense line in
the vicinity of Chonan and Kongju.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Interviews: 19th and 34th Infantry Regi-
ments, 63rd Field Artillery Battalion. (56 p.)
b. Sketches and overlay showing positions of
34th and 19th Infantry Divisions, and
photographs. (14 p.)
R-BA -53
Action at Chinju
7/31/50. 26 p.
Covers unsuccessful actions of the 19th Infantry
Regiment and the attached 29th Infantry
Regiment to maintain defensive positions on the
Nam River near Chinju.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (1 p.)
b. Interviews: 19th Infantry Regiment, with
sketches. (23 p.)
R-BA -54
Task Force Gerhardt
5/24/51. 78 p.
Covers a task force mission to seize a bridgehead
on the Soyang River above the Hangye-Inje axis
and destroy enemy forces in the area. Task Force
Gerhardt consisted of units from the 187 th
Airborne Regimental Combat Team, 64th and
7 2nd Tank Battalions, 82nd Anti-Aircraft
Artillery Battalion, and 67 4th Airborne Field
Artillery Battalion.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (26 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 2nd Tank Battalion, 187 th
Airborne Regimental Combat Team. (43 p.)
c. Supplemental report on composition and
mission of Task Force Gerhardt. (3 p.)
d. Map and overlay. (3 p.)
R-BA -55
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
9/57 to 10/51. 49 p.
Covers intensified fighting connected with
efforts to capture Heartbreak Ridge, a ridgeline
between Hills 931 and 851 near enemy supply
centers in the Mundung-ni and Satae-ri valleys.
Also describes Operation Touchdown, a mission
to seize several other hills in the immediate area.
Includes table of contents (4 p.); and narrative
account of events (44 p.).
Note: Supporting documents were missing from
the original collection.
R-BA-56
Peaceful Valley
5/16/51 to 5/18/51. 43 p.
Covers 15th Fields Artillery Battalion support
for the 9th Infantry Regiment in a retrograde
action down a small valley in the vicinity of
Hongchon.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (10 p.)
b. Interviews: 15th Field Artillery Battalion, 9th
Infantry Regiment. (26 p.)
c. Overlays and sketches. (5 p.)
R-BA -57
Attack on Hill 451
6/2/51. 69 p.
Covers an assault by the 9th Infantry Regiment
and attached units on enemy-held Hill 451, a key
position in the Soyang River Valley.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (21 p.)
b. Interviews: 9th Infantry Regiment, 187 th
Regimental Combat Team. (37 p.)
c. Sketch and photographs. (9 p.)
R-BA -58
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group
4/51 to 5/51. 66 p. + ov. diagrams.
Covers construction of the largest Bailey-type
bridge in Korea, erected across the Soyang River
at Kwandae-ri.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (20 p.)
b. Interviews: 8224th Engineer Group, 185th
Engineer Combat Battalion. (27 p.)
c. Sketches, photographs, and oversized bridge
plans. (16 p.)
R-BA -59
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster
Service Center Number 3
4/51 to 9/51. 65 p.
Covers operations and functions of an integrated
quartermaster support center for X Corps
located near Hongchon, focusing on the provi-
sion of laundry services.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (16 p.)
b. Interviews: 549th Quartermaster Laundry
Company, 580th Quartermaster Office Ma-
chine Repair Detachment, 505th Quarter-
master Reclamation and Maintenance
Company. (23 p.)
c. Sketch. (3 p.)
d. Statistical analysis and resume of operations.
(20 p.)
R-BA -60
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in
Action
1/51 to 12/51. 40 p.
Covers service operations and functions of the
2nd Infantry Division field service platoon,
focusing on repatriation of the remains of killed
soldiers and their personal effects.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (16 p.)
b. Interviews: 2nd Quartermaster Company.
(19 p.)
c. Shipment route of remains and personal
effects of soldiers. (2 p.)
R-BA -61
Battle of Bloody Angle
9/24/51 to 10/6/51. 193 p. + ov. map.
Covers concentrated assaults by 15 th Infantry
Regiment units on Hills 487 , 460, and 47 7 ,
strategic enemy-held pockets obstructing control
of a vital rail line from Uijongbu to Kumwha.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (7 0 p.)
b. Interviews: 15th Infantry Regiment. (7 6 p.)
c. Terrain and sketch maps. (14 p.)
d. Oblique photographs. (9 p.)
e. Critiques of Battle of Bloody Angle by
participating officers. (6 p.)
/ Detailed statistics on friendly casualties,
equipment lost, ammunition expended, and
enemy material captured. (6 p.)
g. Photographs. (8 p.)
h. Oversized map of Chorwon.
R-BA -62
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
5/10/51 to 6/7/51. 51 p.
Covers logistical problems involved with supply-
ing ammunition and trucks to support X Corps
counteroffensive action during the Battle of the
Soyang River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (10 p.)
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 5
R-BA -62
b. Interviews: X Corps, 52nd Transportation
Truck Battalion, 69th Ordnance Ammunition
Company. (21 p.)
c. Tonnage expended during the Battle of the
Soyang River. (18 p.)
R-BA -63
Task Force Growdon
3/21/51 to 3/27/51. 126 p. + o v. maps.
Covers a task force mission to secure the
Seoul-Kaesong road and link up with 187 th
Regimental Combat Team in the Munsan-ni
area. Task Force Growdon consisted of units
from the 6th Medium Tank Battalion, 7 th
Infantry Regiment, 58th Armored Field Artillery
Battalion, 999th Field Artillery Battalion, and
14th Engineer Combat Battalion.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (22 p.)
b. Interviews: 6th Medium Tank Battalion, 7 th
Infantry Regiment, 14th Engineer Combat
Battalion. (66 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including operations
directives and periodic operations reports.
(34 p.)
d. Oversized map overlays.
R-BA -64
Action at Kunu-ri, 17th Field Artillery
Battalion
11/24/50 to 12/1/50. 55 p. + o v. maps.
Covers 17 th Field Artillery Battalion support of
the 2nd Infantry Division during a retrograde
movement between Kunu-ri and Sunchon.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (14 p.)
b. Interviews: 17 th Field Artillery Battalion. (24
P.)
c. Sketches of battle actions. (13 p.)
d. Oversized maps.
R-BA -65
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry
Regiment
4/8/5/ to 4/13/51. 130 p. + o v. maps.
Covers action of infantry and artillery units to
cross the Hantan River at Chorwon and gain
control of Hill 642, a Chinese stronghold on the
north side of the river.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (18 p.)
b. Interviews: 24th Infantry Regiment, 159th
Field Artillery Battalion, 25th Infantry
Division, 89th Medium Tank Battalion, and
65th Engineer Combat Battalion. (45 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including periodic
intelligence and operations reports, journal
extracts, and map overlays. (22 p.)
d. Photographs. (34 p.)
e. Oversized map overlays.
R-BA -66
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
7 0/29/50 to 11/2/50. 31 p. + o v. map.
Covers efforts of an artillery unit to escape
sudden encirclement by Chinese forces in night
action near Unsan.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 99th Field Artillery Battalion. ( 12
P.)
c. Supporting documents, including operations
orders and sketches. (7 p.)
d. Oversized map of Unsan.
R-BA -67
Action at Pobwon-ni
4/22/51 to 4/24/51. 67 p.
Covers the withdrawal of the 999th Armored
Field Artillery Battalion attached to Ist ROK
Division, through an enemy roadblock during
the April Chinese offensive on Seoul.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (13 p.)
b. Interviews: 999th Armored Field Artillery
Battalion. (25 p.)
c. Sketches and photographs. (26 p.)
R-BA -68
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery
Battalion
4/22/51. 17 p.
Covers a foreward observation mission by
Battery B, 999th Armored Field Artillery
Battalion on Hill 128 near Tuji-ri on the south
bank of the Imjin River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (5 p.)
b. Interviews: 999th Armored Field Artillery
Battalion. (6 p.)
c. Photographs and sketch. (4 p.)
R-BA -69
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of
Disabled Tanks by Rail by the 57th Ordnance
Recovery Company during the 1st Chinese
Offensive
¡1/29/50 to 12/6/50. 26 p.
Covers efforts to recover and evacuate disabled
tanks from a zone of Chinese penetration to
positions south of Pyongyang.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Interviews: 57 th Ordnance Recovery Com-
pany. (16 p.)
R-BA -70
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a
Guerrilla Band
9/20/50. 42 p.
Covers a surprise night attack by North Korean
guerrillas on an encampment seven miles from
Chongdo.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (11 p.)
b. Interviews: 38th Ordnance Medium Mainte-
nance Company. (15 p.)
c. Sketch. (2 p.)
d. Report of enemy attack on 66th Ordnance
Battalion. (4 p.)
e. Photographs of attack on 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by guerrilla
groups. (6 p.)
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
/ Map. (2 p.)
R-BA -71
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea
6/51 to 10/51. 54 p.
Covers the mission and activities of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company in
providing maintenance for Inchon, Seoul, and
Yongdungpo areas and in servicing all anti-
aircraft artillery units in Korea.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (5 p.)
b. Interviews: 38th Ordnance Medium Mainte-
nance Company. (13 p.)
c. Mission assignment of units. (7 p.)
d. List of anti-aircraft weapons serviced by 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company.
(2 P.)
e. Photographs. (25 p.)
R-BA -72
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by
57th Ordnance Recovery Company
10/5/5!. 21 p.
Covers a mission to evacuate a Sherman tank
which had been struck by a mine near Yonchon.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Photographs. (10 p.)
c. Interviews: 57 th Ordnance Recovery Com-
pany. (5 p.)
R-BA -73
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
11/30/50 to 12/4/50. 21 p.
Covers a mission to move the depot company to
a safer area at Yongdungpo south of the Taedong
River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (5 p.)
b. Interviews: 44th Ordnance Depot Company.
(12 p.)
c. Sketch of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
area at Pyongyang. (1 p.)
d. Movement and destruction plan. (1 p.)
R-BA -74
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G
2/13/51 to 2/15/51. 77 p.
Covers fighting by 23rd Infantry Regiment units
in hilly terrain located in an isolated pocket of
the defensive perimeter set up to hold Chipyong-
ni.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (17 p.)
b. Sketch of positions. (2 p.)
c. Interviews: 23rd Infantry Regiment, 503rd
Field Artillery Battalion. (29 p.)
d. Letter from participant, 10/18/51. (4 p.)
e. Extract from Command Report. (3 p.)
/ Notes from Company G. (2 p.)
g. Photographs. (16 p.)
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R-BA -75
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
5/16/51 to 5/18/51. 103 p.
Covers the withdrawal under heavy assault of
Task Force Zebra from positions near Chaun-ni
on the No-Name Line above Hangye. Task
Force Zebra consisted of units from the French
Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry
Division Ranger Company, and 7 2nd Tank
Battalion.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (26 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 2nd Tank Battalion, 23rd
Infantry Regiment. (48 p.)
c. Sketches, map overlays, and photographs.
(26 p.)
R-BA -76
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River
Bridges at Seoul
1/1/51 to 1/4/51. 42 p.
Covers 14th Engineer Combat Battalion efforts
to dismantle or demolish all Han River bridges in
the Seoul area, action necessitated by withdrawal
of I Corps troops to positions south of the Han
River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (11 p.)
b. Interviews: 14th Engineer Combat Battalion.
(11 p.)
c. Overlay of Han River bridges. (3 p.)
d. Plans for disassembly or demolition of Han
River bridges. (9 p.)
e. Photographs. (6 p.)
R-BA -77
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial
Phase of Operation and During Period of
Withdrawal from Pyongyang
9/50 to 10/51. 28 p. + ov. maps.
Covers railway transportation activities of the
7 14th Transportation Railway Operating Batta-
lion before and during withdrawal of UN forces
from the Pyongyang area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (9 p.)
b. Interviews: 3rd Transportation Military Rail-
way Service, 7 14th Transportation Railway
Operating Battalions. (17 p.)
c. Oversized railroad maps of North and South
Korea.
R-BA -78
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation
Points, 425th Transportation Traffic
Regulation Group, U.S. I Corps Sector
2/6/51 to 7/1/51. 23 p.
Covers the establishment of highway traffic
regulation points to support supply and troop
convoy movements in the I Corps sector.
Includes table of contents (1 p); and
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Interviews: 425th Transportation Traffic
Regulation Group. (8 p.)
c. Chronology of numbered traffic regulation
points, I Corps Sector. (2 p.)
d. Sketch of traffic regulating points in Seoul
area. (3 p.)
R-BA -79
Night Raiding Patrol, 7th Infantry Regiment
12/11/51 to 12/12/51. 47 p.
Covers a night patrol mission and subsequent
engagements with the enemy during a mission
conducted to capture enemy prisoners and
search for enemy dead on vacated positions near
Kumchok-tong.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative, with sketches. (24 p.)
b. Battalion order. (3 p.)
c. Interviews: 7 th Infantry Regiment. (11 p.)
d. Patrol report. (3 p.)
e. Comments from key NCO's. (3 p.)
R-BA -80
Platoon Raiding Patrol
12/19/51 to 12/20/51. 27 p.
Covers a series of raiding missions by the 15th
Infantry Regiment to capture prisoners in the
Yokkok Chon River Valley.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (12 p.)
b. Interviews: 15th Infantry Regiment. (7 p.)
c. Sketch, aerial photograph, and overlay. (5 p.)
R-BA-81
Christmas Patrol
12/25/51. 19 p.
Covers a squad ambush patrol by the 15th
Infantry Regiment in the Yokkok Chon River
area.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Interviews: 15th Infantry Regiment. (5 p.)
c. Sketch and overlay. (4 p.)
R-BA -82
Defense of Outpost Eerie
3/21/52 to 3/22/52. 71 p. + ov. map and
overlay.
Covers efforts of the 3rd Battalion, 17 9th
Infantry Regiment to maintain a heavily-
entrenched defensive position near Hill 290 in
the Tomyong-dong area against intense Chinese
assaults.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative, with maps, photographs, and
sketches. (35 p.)
b. Interviews: 17 9th Infantry Regiment, with
prisoner of war preliminary interrogation
report. (18 p.)
c. Patrol reports, extracts from journal, list of
personnel, and overlays. (9 p.)
d. Aerial photographs. (5 p.)
e. Oversized map and overlay showing artillery
and mortar concentration.
R-BA -83
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
2/11/51 to 2/12/51. 138 p.
Covers action of the 38th Infantry Regiment in
support of ROK regiments under heavy coun-
terattack near Hill 930 on the Hongchon-
Hoengsong road north of Changbong-ni and the
subsequent withdrawal to an area near Hoeng-
song.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (8 p.)
b. Interviews: 38th Infantry Regiment. (68 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including summa-
tions of action, periodic operations reports,
and extracts from journals. (45 p.)
d. Sketches and photographs. (14 p.)
R-BA -84
Twin Tunnels
1/29/51 to 2/16/51. 138 p.
Covers efforts of the 3rd Battalion, 23rd Infantry
Regiment to occupy the high-ridge area north-
west of Sinchon which contained strategically
located railroad tunnels.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (19 p.)
b. Interviews: 23rd Infantry Regiment. (7 3 p.)
c. After action report. (3 p.)
d. Combat notes, with maps and sketches. (13
P.)
e. Notes on Company F rescue patrol, with
sketch maps and photographs. (26 p.)
R-BA -85
Operation Swing
4/4/51 to 4/13/51. 234 p. + ov. map and
overlay.
Covers successful action by the 23rd Regimental
Combat Team to relieve the 5th Marine
Regiment near Puchang-ni, secure the Chun-
chon-Naepyong-ni road, and inflict maximum
casualties on enemy units in a drive north to Line
Kansas through the Hwachon Reservoir area.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (6 p.)
b. Interviews: 23rd Infantry Regiment. (165 p.)
c. After action reports, periodic operation
reports, and message journal. (59 p.)
d. Oversized map and overlay.
R-BA -86
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot
Company from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
11/1/51 to 11/17/51. 40 p.
Covers the movement of all depot company
facilities to a new site north of the Han River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: 44th Ordnance Depot Company.
(9 P.)
c. Photographs of Toksan-ni and Uijongbu
depot sites. (25 p.)
R-BA -87
Night Defense of a Listening Post by
Company E, 35th Infantry Regiment, 25th
Infantry Division
4/8/52 to 4/9/52. 44 p.
Covers an enemy attack on a five-man security
patrol at a listening post positioned on the
northeastern rim of the "Punchbowl" area.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Introduction and narrative, with maps and
sketches. (15 p.)
b. Interviews: 35th Infantry Regiment. (14 p.)
c. Extracts from S-2 journal and periodic
intelligence report. (3 p.)
Korean War Studies and After-Action Reports
R-BA -87
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
d. Photographs. (7 p.)
R-BA -88
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division
12/52 to 1/53. 219 p.
Covers the tactical organization, daily activities,
and living conditions of the 35th Infantry
Regiment while in defensive positions on Line
Missouri during the stalemated winter of
1952-1953. Includes numerous photographs and
sketches and detailed description of bunkers and
living quarters.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. General situation and narrative, with maps,
sketches, and photographs. (7 4 p.)
b. Interviews: 35th Infantry Regiment. (29 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including descrip-
tions of bunkers, reports on ammunition and
casualties, weather logs, training memoranda,
operational reports, and overlays. (Ill p.)
R-BA -89
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost
10/12/52 to 10/13/52. 101 p. + o v. map.
Covers an attack by the 17 th Infantry Regiment
on Hill 391 near Haktang-ni, a Korean Army
outpost, to rescue an American forward observer
trapped in a collapsed bunker after a Chinese
assault on the post.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. General and specific situations, (p. 1-10)
b. Narrative, (p. 10-44)
c. Appendix, including command report, (p.
45-49)
if. Interviews: 17 th Infantry Regiment, (p. 1-24)
e. Extracts from journals and periodic opera-
tions and intelligence reports, and historical
weather data. (p. 25-47 )
/ Oversized map.
R-BA -90
Night Combat Patrol by Company K, 15th
Infantry Regiment
4/; 6/52 to 4/17/52. 60 p.
Covers a night patrol mission to combat the
enemy and capture a POW due west of Yonchon
on a terrain feature nicknamed "Italy."
Includes table Of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (22 p.)
b. Interviews: 15th Infantry Regiment. (20 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including excerpts
from S-3 journal, patrol plans and reports,
and notes. (14 p.)
R-BA -91
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
4/3/52 to 4/4/52. 59 p.
Covers an assault mission on the "No-Name"
ridge between Hills 1243 and 1211 north of the
Punchbowl to capture POWs or kill any enemy
soldiers encountered.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Background, with detail on terrain and
weather, (p. 1-5)
b. Narrative, (p. 6-17 )
c. Supporting documents, including interviews
with 35 th Infantry Regiment, patrol report,
journal extracts, and aerial photographs. (38
P)
R-BA -92
Action on Outpost 117
8/13/52 to 8/15/52. 59 p.
Covers the assault and defense of Hill 117 on the
Nori Ridge near Imjin River as part of 15th
Infantry Regiment activities to occupy and
defend positions on Line Jamestown.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and narrative,
with photographs and sketch maps (55 p.).
Note: Supporting documents were missing from
the original collection.
R-BA -93
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol
2/22/53 to 2/23/53. 54 p.
Covers a surprise attack by three enemy squads
on a combat patrol of the 32nd Infantry
Regiment while operating on hilly terrain close
to the Yokkok Chon River.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative, with map, sketches, and photo-
graph. (18 p.)
b. Extract from periodic intelligence report. (1
P)
c. Interview: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (4 p.)
d. Patrol report, debriefing and patrol report
forms, and sketches. (15 p.)
e. Interview: 32nd Infantry Regiment. (3 p.)
/ Rough draft, "Not According to Hoyle." (9
P)
R-BA-94
Operation Smack
1/12/53 to 1/25/53. 150 p. + ov. map.
Covers the 31st Infantry Regiment assault on a
hilly location near Pokkae and Hasakkol
designated as "T-Bone" with coordinated sup-
port from air, artillery, and tank units.
Includes foreward and table of contents (3 p.);
and
a. Narrative, with map, aerial photographs,
sketches, and operations orders. (94 p.)
b. Interviews: 7 th Infantry Division, 31st
Infantry Regiment, 7 3rd Medium Tank
Battalion. (29 p.)
c. Memoranda, lessons learned from operation,
and extracts from S-2 and S-3 journals. (21 p.)
d. Oversized map.
R-BA -95
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry
4/3/53. 83 p.
Covers the attack on a 15th Infantry Regiment
outpost in hilly terrain near Kumwha by forty
well-equipped and well-trained Chinese troops.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative, with sketches and photograph. (30
P)
b. Supporting documents, including interviews
with 15th Infantry Regiment, POW interro-
gation report, journal extract, and weather
report, with sketches. (49 p.)
R-BA -96
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion
4/51. 78 p.
Covers the reconstruction of a strategically
located bridge at Kilra-Chon on the highway
between Chechon and Wonju.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Foreward. (4 p.)
b. Interviews: 439th Engineer Construction
Battalion, 32nd Engineer Construction
Group. (44 p.)
c. Evaluations of Kilra-Chon bridge. (5 p.)
d. Supporting documents, including extract
from letter concerning supplies, note on
bridge characteristics, and launching proce-
dure. (8 p.)
e. Sketch and photographs. (12 p.)
/ Bridge progress report. (2 p.)
R-BA -97
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th
British Brigade
4/22/57 to 4/25/51. 69 p. + ov. map
overlays.
Covers gallant actions of "The Glosters" to
defend the left section of 3rd Infantry Division
Kansas Defense Line against massive enemy
onslaughts.
Includes:
a. Letters from Lt. Gen. Van Fleet and Lt. Gen.
Milburn. (5 p.)
b. Reports, summary of enemy operations, data
on terrain and weather, casualty lists, and
interviews with survivors. (26 p.)
c. Extracts from G-2 journal of all mention of
the 29th British Brigade. (36 p.)
d. Oversized map overlays.
R-BA -98
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
11/20/50 to 12/13/50. 28 p.
Covers efforts of the 25th Infantry Regiment to
move the Turkish Brigade from Chota near
Kaesong to an assembly area south of Kum-ri
where it was placed under the jurisdiction of IX
Corps.
Includes:
a. Report of Turkish Brigade activities for
period, 11/26/50 to 11/30/50. (6 p.)
b. Activités of Turkish Brigade by Capt.
Robinson of U.S. advisory group. (5 p.)
c. After action report. (15 p.)
R-BA -99
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry
Company (Airborne)
4/25/57 . 57 p.
Covers a mission to gain Hills 1168, 1010, and
628 near Paimal and subsequent unsuccessful
efforts to hold Hill 628 because of heavy enemy
assaults.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Preface. (1 p.)
b. Interviews: 8th Ranger Infantry Company.
(43 p.)
c. Transmittal of historical report. (4 p.)
R-BA -100
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry
Division
5/26/52. 29 p.
Covers 2nd Battalion, 17 9th Infantry Regiment
defense of an outpost on Hill 200 near Chorwon
against heavy artillery and mortar fire by
Chinese troops.
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Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
S-A E
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Background on situation, terrain, and weath-
er, with illustrations, (p. 1-5)
b. Narrative with illustrations, (p. 5-23)
iVofe: Supporting documents were missing from
the original collection.
R-BA-101
Guerrilla Attack on Hospital Train near
Samnangjin
8/24/50. 10 p.
Covers a surprise attack on the Taegu-Pusan
hospital train near Samnangjin.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. Narrative. (1 p.)
b. Interviews: hospital train personnel. (5 p.)
c. Sketch showing composition of train and
position of individuals at time of attack. (1 p.)
St ud i e s
S-AA.A
Salvage in Korea
7/51 to 9/53. 193 p. Project MHD-37.
Covers activities relating to the reclamation of
materiel considered uneconomically reparable
but of value for alternative uses or for basic
material components.
Includes preface and table of contents (7 p.);
and
a. Introduction and general salvage activities,
(p. 1-14)
b. Engineer salvage, (p. 14-20)
c. Ordnance salvage, (p. 20-38)
d. Signal salvage, (p. 39-42)
e. Transportation salvage, (p. 42-48)
/ Medical salvage, (p. 48-50)
g. Chemical salvage, (p. 50-52)
h. Quartermaster salvage, including scrap met-
als, (p. 52-90)
¡. Armistice agreement and its restrictions, (p.
91-95)
j. Summary and supporting documents, (p.
96-157 )
S-A A .B
Transportation of Supplies
7/51 to 7/53. 320 p. + ov. map. Project
MHD-24.
Covers problems and procedures relating to the
transportation of supplies by the 2nd Logistical
Command.
Includes preface and table of contents (8 p.);
and
a. Introduction, (p. 1-33)
b. Transportation of supplies by rail. (p. 34-7 3)
c. Transportation of supplies by water, (p.
7 4-117 )
d. Transportation of supplies by highway, (p.
118-137 )
e. Transportation of supplies by air. (p. 138-
154)
/ Transportion of petroleum, oil, and lubri-
cants, (p. 155- 168)
g. Glossary, (p. 169-17 0)
h. Supporting documents, including interviews,
operation reports, and memoranda, (p.
17 1-261)
i. Extracts from a brief history of petroleum
supply in the Far East Command during the
UN effort in Korea, (p. 262-269)
j. Oversized rail map of South Korea.
S-A A .C
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
7 /57 to 7/53. 226 p. Project MHD-38.
Covers logistical support to POWs detained by
UN Forces. Includes statistical data, illustra-
tions, and detailed descriptions of facilities and
services at major detention centers, especially
those at Koje-do and Cheju-do.
Includes preface and table of contents (9 p.);
and
a. Introduction, (p. 1-33)
b. Quartermaster support, (p. 34-7 5)
c. Civilian information and education program,
(p. 7 6-87 )
d. Medical support, (p. 88-124)
e. Engineer support, (p. 125-152)
/ Transportation, (p. 153-159)
g. Logistical support for Operation Homecom-
ing, Operation Little Switch, and Operation
Big Switch, (p. 159-185)
h. Logistical support to nonrepatriated POWs
and the custodial forces of India, (p. 186-200)
i. Summary, (p. 201-203)
j. POW disease graphs, (p. 204-213)
SA B
Personnel Problems
6/50 to 7/51. 202 p.
Covers various aspects of personnel management
during the Korean Campaign, from the beginning
of hostilities in 6/50 until the initiation of
cease-fire negotiations in 7 /51.
Contents:
Chapter I. Build-Up of Forces. Describes
initial commitments and reinforcements,
integration of Republic of Korea soldiers,
and the use of indigenous labor, (p. 1-17 )
Chapter II. Strengths, Records, and Reports.
Details the supervision and tallying of
command strengths and the concomitant
task of maintaining necessary unit and
individual records, (p. 18-57 )
Chapter III. Army Replacements. Describes
the replacement of war casualties and the
rotation of combat-weary troops, (p. 58-
112)
Chapter IV. Personnel Procedures. Deals with
classification and assignment, utilization of
civilians, Black troops, and the system of
promotions and appointments, (p. 113-169)
Chapter V. Morale Services. Outlines services
and programs for rest and recuperation,
awards and decorations, postal service, and
entertainment, (p. 17 0-186)
Glossary, (p. 187 -189)
SA C
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces
[n.d.]. 92 p.
Covers problems arising in connection with the
integration of UN Forces with U.S. Army units
into a single command. Also presents solutions
implemented as well as recommended proce-
dures to be employed in future similar operations
involving unification of forces of diverse origin
and military background.
Contents:
Chapter I. Policy, Liaison, and Command
Coordination. Describes integration policy,
size of contributing UN units, differences in
staff and tactical concepts, and foreign
military observers, (p. 1-28)
Chapter II. Receipt and Handling of Forces.
Covers activities of the UN Reception
Center and troop replacement procedures,
(p. 29-36)
Chapter III. Problems of Supply. Considers
problems relating to the supply of rations,
uniforms, ordnance support, and signal
communications for UN Forces, (p. 37 -57 )
Chapter IV. Special Problems. Details special
difficulties concerning language, release of
classified information, complaints and
investigations, awards and decorations, rest
and recuperation, and discipline and law. (p.
58-88)
SA D
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK)
[n.d.]. 102 p.
Covers logistical problems relating to the
dispatch of supplies to the fighting front, focusing
on the utilization and coordination of various
transport facilities.
Contents:
Chapter I. Problems of Supplying the Combat
Forces, 6/25/50 to 8/25/50. Describes the
circumstances under which the Eighth
Army accomplished the task of procuring
and transporting necessary supplies from
Japan to Korea at the beginning of
hostilities, (p. 1-12)
Chapter II. Problems of Control. Describes the
Army Supply Program, programmed ship-
ments, use of indigenous labor, and supply
shortages, (p. 13-38)
Chapter III. Transport of Supplies. Covers rail,
water, highway, air, and pipeline transport;
activities of the Civil Transport Corps and
Korean Service Labor Corps; and withdraw-
als, (p. 39-85)
S-A E
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(Japan Logistical Command)
8/25/50 to 8/31/51. 88 p.
Covers issues relating to logistical support for
combat units, focusing on problems and proce-
dures for fulfillment of personnel requirements
and technical services.
Contents:
Section I. Organization of Japan Logistical
Command, (p. 1-3)
Section II. Logistical Support of Korean
Operations, (p. 4-7 )
Section III. Personnel Problems. Covers
problems concerning replacements, mar-
riages to alien nationals, rest and recupera-
tion programs, security clearances, and field
security measures, (p. 8-19)
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 9
S-A E
Section IV. Technical Service Problems.
Considers requirements and measures for
the supply of chemical, engineering, medi-
cal, ordnance, quartermaster, signaling, and
transportation services and facilities, (p.
20-7 0)
S-A F
Graves Registration Service in the Korean
War
6/26/50 to 12/23/53. 193 p.
Covers efforts of Army grave registration
companies to identify and recover the dead in
combat areas, establish cemeteries, and supervise
and conduct mortuary activities. Also describes
postwar activities to evacuate American and
Allied dead from cemeteries in Korea and the
Glory Plan to recover bodies from North Korea.
Contents:
Chapter I. From U.S. Intervention to the
Breakout, (p. 1-27 )
Chapter II. Far Eastern Command Quarter-
master Policies and Procurement Action,
6/26/50 to 12/31/50. (p. 28-50)
Chapter III. Breakout, Pursuit, Withdrawal,
and Resurgence, (p. 51-105)
Chapter IV. Zone Headquarters Operations.
(p. 106-128)
Chapter V. Post-War Operations: The Glory
Mission and the Demilitarized Zone. (p.
129-167 )
Appendix I-III. Biographies of interviewees,
chronology, and glossary, (p. 168-183)
SA G
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and
Personnel
6/50 to 7/51. 172 p.
Covers major problems arising in connection
with the airdrop of supplies and personnel, from
the beginning of hostilities in 6 / 50 through 7 /51.
Reviews the peculiarities of the operations in
Korea, and the large scale delivery of supplies via
parachute as a normal part of the logistical
support system.
Contents:
Chapter I. Airdrop of Supplies. Outlines
organization and procedures, and activities
for operations at Sukchon-Sunchon, Chosin
Reservoir, and Munsan-ni. (p. 1-51)
Chapter II. Airdrop of Personnel. Covers the
procurement and movement of airborne
units, (p. 52-90)
Appendix A. Heavy Drop Loading Plan 1,
187 th Airborne Regimental Combat Team,
(p. 90-120)
Appendix B. Supply from the Sky. (p.
123-142)
Glossary, (p. 143-144)
SA H
[Number not used; document with this number
is classified]
S-A I
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations
6/50 to 7/51. 459 p.
Covers difficulties encountered in forming,
fighting, and supplying the UN unified forces
under U.S. command. Describes in detail special
arrangements for the training, deployment, and
supply of military units from each participating
nation, from the beginning of hostilities in 6/50
through 7 /51.
Contents:
Chapter I. Building the UN Team. Describes
the integration forces from each contribut-
ing nation, (p. 1-50)
Chapter II. Fighting the UN Team. Outlines
the attachment of UN units to U.S. forces
and special problems relating to readiness
for battle, release of classified information,
language, signal communications, and
morale, (p. 51-135)
Chapter III. Supplying the UN Team. Covers
medical evacuation, vehicle and weapons
maintenance, uniforms, dietary modifica-
tions, and policies of reimbursement, (p.
136-181)
Summary, (p. 182-193)
Appendix A. Precis of supply information as of
6/51. (p. 194-211)
Appendixes B-F. Lists of commanders of UN
ground forces and and major U.S. units in
Korea, (p. 212-230)
Appendix G. Precis of UN units and initial
problems in EUSAK. (p. 231-242)
Glossary, (p. 244-246)
Annex. Answers by U.S. Corps and Division
commanders to to questionnaires concern-
ing utilization of UN forces. (189 p.)
S-A J
Helicopters in Korea
7 /57 to 8/53. 225 p.
Covers employment, maintenance, and logistical
support of organic, ambulance, and cargo
helicopters. Includes numerous illustrations.
Includes preface and table of contents (10 p.);
and
a. Evolution of ambulance and cargo helicopt-
ers, (p. 1-15)
b. Employment of helicopters for medical
evacuation, aerial resupply, deployment of
troops, and command vehicles, (p. 16-111)
c. General problems encountered in employ-
ment of helicopters in Korea, including
logistical support and training, (p. 112-139)
d. Evaluation of employment and lessons
learned, (p. 116-145)
e. Supporting documents, including interviews,
reports, and memoranda, (p. 146-202)
S-A K
History of the National Police Reserve of
Japan
7 /50 to 4/52. 395 p.
Covers formation of a Japanese police reserve
(Keisatsu Yobitai) by the Supreme Commander
for Allied Powers as a security force necessitated
by the outbreak of Korean hostilities. Considers
reaction of Japanese public and political leaders
to the idea, methods for Allied military control
and liaison, and administrative procedures and
problems.
Contents:
Chapter I. Demilitarization of postwar Japan.
(p. 1-38)
Chapter II. Origin of the National Police
Reserve of Japan (NPRJ). (p. 39-89)
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
Chapter III. Administrative organization of
the NPRJ. (p. 90-122)
Chapter IV. Recruiting and training of the
NPRJ. (p. 123-202)
Chapter V. Equipping and expanding the
NPRJ. (p. 203-342)
Appendix I. National Police Reserve Order,
Cabinet Order No. 260, 9/10/50. (3 p.)
Appendix II. Illustrations and charts. (34 p.)
SA L
Enemy Tactics
pub. 12/26/51. 152 p.
Covers the highly-organized and well-executed
pattern of tactics utilized by both North Korean
and Chinese forces.
Contents:
Chapter I. Offensive Tactics. Describes defen-
sive indications as determined by UN
forces, preparation for attack, movement to
assembly and attack areas, reconnaissance,
the attack, factors affecting enemy opera-
tions, and weaknesses of enemy tactics, (p.
1-54)
Chapter II. Defensive Tactics. Describes
defensive indications as determined by
friendly forces; defensive positions; and use
of terrain features, entrenchment and
fortification, camouflage, and weapons, (p.
55-81)
Chapter III. Infiltration and Guerrilla Activi-
ties, (p. 82-92)
Chapter IV. Summary of the Efficacy of
Enemy Tactics, (p. 93-94)
Citations, (p. 95-105)
Annex A-B. Typical reconnaissance and CCF
small unit formations. (9 p.)
Annex C-D. Photographs. (13 p.)
SA M
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons
and Equipment
[pub. 6/19/52]. 274 p.
Covers all types of military weapons and materiel
of war utilized by both North Korean and
Chinese forces. Includes information and statisti-
cal data on armaments from Soviet Union and
Eastern Europe and weapons originally manu-
factured in Germany and Japan.
Contents:
Chapter I. Problems presented by the North
Korean People's Army in the Korean
Campaign, (p. 1-14)
Chapter II. Problems presented by the Chinese
entry into the Korean Campaign, (p. 15-24)
Chapter III. Changes in proportion of national
makes of equipment in enemy hands, (p.
25-29)
Chapter IV. Specific problems encountered by
individual enemy weapons, (p. 30-50)
Chapter V. Chinese and North Korean copies
of foreign weapons and ammunition, (p.
51-54)
Chapter VI. Problems encountered by enemy
equipment, other than weapons, (p. 55-7 2)
Citations, (p. 7 3-7 9)
Appendixes, including organizational charts
for North Korean and Chinese Communist
Forces; study of equipment and organiza-
tion of a typical North Korean division;
10 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s S-A U
study of characteristics of enemy arms and
equipment; sketches of enemy weapons,
equipment, and uniforms and insignia;
photographs. (186 p.)
SA N
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict
[pub. 6/52]. 147 p.
Covers various organizational, training, and
logistical problems posed by the special situation
in Korea.
Contents:
Chapter I. KMAG. Describes efforts of the
U.S. Military Advisory Group to the
Republic of Korea (KMAG) to assist the
ROK in the organization, administration,
and training of Korean military forces, (p.
1-32)
Chapter II. X Corps. Reviews X Corps
amphibious operations at Inchon and
eventual intergration into the Eighth Army,
(p. 33-53)
Chapter III. Training to Meet Special Korean
Conditions. Describes problems relating to
terrain, climate, sanitation, (p. 54-63)
Chapter IV. Augumentation of U.S. Troops by
Korean Troops. Reviews methods of inte-
grating Koreans into U.S. units and prob-
lems connected with effective utilization of
Korean personnel, (p. 64-80)
Chapter V. Ranger Units. Outlines the
assignment and deployment of ranger units
which were organized and equipped for
rapid movement and brief and decisive
engagements, (p. 81-87 )
Chapter VI. Helicopter Evacuation. Examines
the first wide scale use of helicopters for
evacuation of combat casualties, (p. 88-95)
Chapter VII. Rear Area Security. Reviews the
formation and activities of quasi-military
National Police to combat rear area guerrilla
activities, (p. 96-111)
Chapter VIII. Press Censorship. Describes the
operation and violations of the voluntary
censorship system and the subsequent
complete press censorship imposed on
12/23/50 following press disclosure of the
accidental death of Lt. Gen. Walton H.
Walker, (p. 112-123)
Footnotes, (p. 124-138)
SA O
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
8/14/45 to 6/30/52. 215 p.
Covers Operation Roll-Up which collected
equipment and supplies left over from World
War II throughout the Pacific, and Operation
Rebuild under which the unserviceable equip-
ment collected was put into condition for use.
Contents:
Section I. Operation Roll-Up. (p. 1-29)
Section II. Operation Rebuild, (p. 30-66)
Comments and postscript, (p. 67 -7 3)
Charts. (12 p.)
Bibliography. (4 p.)
Japan Logistical Command. History of Ord-
nance Service, with photographs and statis-
tical data on activities. (112 p.)
SA P
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group
7 /5 i to 2/53. 66 p. Project MHD-1.
Covers events preceding acceptance of the
Military Armistice Agreement to terminate the
Korean Conflict, with general armistice terms
and emphasis on logistical support of the UN
Command Military Armistice Commission Sup-
port Group (UNC-MAC).
Includes preface and table of contents (2 p);
and
a. Narrative on the mission and activities of
UNC-MAC, the Neutral Nations Superviso-
ry Commission, the Committee for Repatria-
tion of POWs, and the Committee for
Assisting the Return of Displaced Civilians,
(p. 1-29)
b. UNC-MAC proposed organization and oper-
ation, with description and organization of
armistice camps located at Panmunjom and
Munsan-ni. (16 p.)
c. Logistics plan for logistical support of
UNC-MAC. (17 p.)
S-A Q
Korean Armistice Negotiations
7/51 to 7/53. 1730 p.
Covers all aspects of armistice negotiations and
the prodigious efforts of U.S. and UN military
and diplomatic officials to arrange and imple-
ment the armistice.
Contents:
Part I. Background and results of negotiations;
handicaps, characteristics, and weaknesses;
Communist negotiating methods; and physi-
cal arrangements. (306 p.)
Part II. First meeting; arrangements pertaining
to POW's; and planning and implementa-
tion of package agreement. (187 p.)
Part III. Background; debates on repatriation;
UNC presentation of over-all plan; special
problems and efforts to break deadlock;
disposition of nonrepatriated POW's; im-
pact of escape of nonrepatriates on negotia-
tions; final negotiations; and appraisal of the
armistice. (834 p.)
Part IV. Opposition of ROK to armistice;
campaign following negotiations; evolution
of joint approach to President Rhee; and
UNC-ROK relations. (364 p.)
S-A R
Chronology, Korean Conflict
6/25/50 to 12/31/51. 149 p. + ov. map.
Covers ground combat operations and certain
behind-the-scenes activities directly affecting the
war for each day from the initiation of hostilities
through the close of 1951. Includes all major
movements and actions of UN and ROK military
units.
Contains:
a. Map of Korea. (1 p.)
b. Preface. (1 p.)
c. Chronology. (144 p.)
S-A S
Support and Participation
6/25/50 to 4/30/51. 379 p.
Covers political background and initial military
events of Korean Conflict and considers UNC
strategy, logistics, and operational plans up to the
replacement of Gen. MacArthur and the
assumption of command by Gen. Ridgeway.
Contents:
Chapter I. Introduction. (9 p.)
Chapter II. War Begins. Describes the initial
attack, top-level conferences, emergency
evacuation and the fall of Seoul, formation
of the Advanced Command and Liaison
Group in Korea (ADCOM) and MacAr-
thur's visit and report on Korea. (28 p.)
Chapter III. Buildup of Forces. Outlines entry
of U.S. troops into the war, the Navy
blockade of Korea, organization, and rein-
forcement of strength. (36 p.)
Chapter IV. Logistics. Describes Operation
Roll-Up, equipment and facilities require-
ments, maintenance and repair, and evacua-
tion of wounded. (49 p.)
Chapter V. Operation Chromite: Setting the
Stage. Deals with the planning, deception,
headquarters, and forces for Operation
Chromite. (38 p.)
Chapter VI. Tide of Battle Turns. Describes
the assault on Inchon, 38th Parallel, logistics
and command difficulties, and the occupa-
tion of North Korea. (41 p.)
Chapter VII. Advance Toward the Yalu.
Examines redeployment plans, winter cloth-
ing, drive to the Yalu, and bombing of Yalu
River bridges. (32 p.)
Chapter VIII. Chinese Communist Interven-
tion and UN Withdrawal. Reviews evacua-
tion of X Corps and the Eighth Army from
North Korea. (28 p.)
Chapter IX. Search for Policy. Describes
evacuation planning, personnel problems,
field activities and operations, and logistics
and transport difficulties. (59 p.)
Chapter X. UN Strikes Back. Reviews
Operation Ripper, development of airfields,
supply problems, operations planning, and
change in command. (43 p.)
SA T
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from
Seoul
6/50 to 1/51. 89 p. + ov. map. Project
MHD-20.
Covers two evacuations of Seoul in the face of
enemy frontal assault. Considers the sequence of
principal events, characteristics and highlights of
the evacuation, and lessons learned. Includes
numerous photographs.
Includes:
a. Narrative contrasting the two evacuations of
Seoul. (13 p.)
b. Evacuation of 6/50. (6 p.)
c. Evacuation of 12/50 to 1/51. (29 p.)
d. Supporting documents, including memoran-
da, reports, and administrative plans for
evacuation. (29 p.)
e. Oversized map.
S-A U
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics
and Operations)
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 11
S-A U Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
1/51 to 12/52. 371 p. Project MHD-3.
Covers social and political attitudes, military
organization, and guerrilla activities of North
Korean partisan elements which were allied to
UN forces and opposed to Communism.
Contents:
Part I. Background (p. 1-11)
Part II. North Korean Partisans, (p. 12-28)
Part III. Partisan Operations, (p. 29-45)
Part IV. Narrative of Partisan Leaders, (p.
46-148)
Supporting Documents. Includes reports,
memoranda, messages, and interviews on
various UN partisan and guerrilla activities
in Korea, (p. 149-306)
S-A V
Casualty Reporting
7/51 to 7/53. 241 p. Project MHD-29.
Covers the program to collect information on
battle and nonbattle losses, focusing on the
accuracy and speed required in reporting of
casualties and related administrative tasks.
Includes preface and table of contents (4 p.);
and
a. Narrative with details on reporting system,
reporting forms, and regulations, (p. 1-89)
b. Glossary, (p. 90-92)
c. Supporting documents, including interviews,
reporting forms, instructions for handling
casualties, and statistical data on casualties,
(p. 93-217 )
SA W
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems
and Their Solutions
6/25/57 to 7/31/53. 372 p. + ov. maps.
Project MHD-26.
Covers Eighth Army procurement of supplies,
services, and facilities for UN combat operations
in Korea.
Includes preface and table of contents (8 p.);
and
a. Authority, organization, and procedures
relating to pricing, waivers, funding, con-
tracts, and claims, (p. 1-41)
b. Economic factors influencing procurement,
including exchange rate, taxes, inflation, and
Korean law. (p. 42-54)
c. Procurement of supplies, and support of
indigenous labor and POWs. (p. 54-68)
d. Labor contracts and cost of living in Korea,
(p. 69-7 6)
e Maritime contracts for stevedoring and
pilotage. (7 6-114)
/ Depot contracts for Haeundae Ordnance
Depot and 55th Quartermaster Base Depot.
(p. 114-121)
g. Service contracts, including Korean National
Railroad, electric power, and Dae Han
Shipbuilding Corp. (p. 122-184)
h. Glossary, (p. 185-186)
i. Supporting documents, including interviews,
reports, data on damage claims and contracts,
Korean Government statutes, and charts, (p.
187 -329)
j. Oversized maps of rail lines and power
transmission system.
SA X
Indigenous Labor in Korea
7 /57 to 7/53. 325 p. Project MHD-33.
Covers employment of indigenous labor by the
Eighth Army, Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ), and various other organizations and
agencies.
Includes preface and table of contents (7 p.);
and
a. Narrative on hiring and contract activities
and general working conditions of the
indigenous labor force, (p. 1-69)
b. Supporting documents, including reports,
correspondence, memoranda, and statistical
data on indigenous labor employment, wages,
and hiring regulations and procedures, (p.
7 0-283)
SA Y
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
7 /57 to 7/53. 302 p. Project MHD-36.
Covers activities and problems relating to the
seizure, procurement, utilization, and disposal of
real property in Korea.
Includes preface and table of contents (7 p.);
and
a. Narrative on the economy of Korea, and the
formulation and implementation of a compre-
hensive real estate policy, (p. 1-96)
b. Glossary. (3 p.)
c. Annexes on special problems concerning
electric power, mines and mining, housing,
land transport, and harbors and ports, (p.
97 -190)
d. Supporting documents, including procure-
ment policies, regulations, and agreements,
(p. 191-266)
S-A Z
Logistics in the Korean Operations
6/50 to 7/53. 885 p. + ov. maps.
Covers the organization, procedures, and opera-
tions of the logistics system in Korea.
Contents:
Chapter I. Introduction. (15 p.)
Chapter II. Organization. Outlines organiza-
tion of logistical groups, including Far East
Command, Japan Logistical Command,
Pusan Logistical Command, 2nd Logistical
Command, and Korean Communications
Zone. (53 p.)
Chapter III. Personnel. Covers personnel
strengths, indigenous labor, POWs and
Operation Albany, burials and graves
registration, morale services, and personnel
functions including discipline. (7 9 p.)
Chapter IV. Supplies. Reviews supply procure-
ment and procedures; Operations Chromite,
Snap, Ripper; shortages; storage; and distri-
bution. (27 4 p.)
Chapter V. Evacuation and Hospitalization.
Examines hospital support and activities,
evacuation of casualties, medical supplies
and equipment, the blood program, and
medical services for enemy prisoners. (139
P.)
Chapter VI. Transportation. Covers rail, water,
pipeline, highway, helicopter, and fixed-
wing transport activities and facilities. (150
P.)
Chapter VII. Technical Services in Korea.
Covers the Chemical Corps, Corps of
Engineers, Ordnance Corps, Quartermaster
Corps, and Signal Corps. (85 p.)
Chapter VIII. Special Logistic Activities.
Covers Operations Roll-Up and Rebuild;
and logistical support of participating UN
forces, ROK Army, and Korean civilian
economy. (40 p.)
Oversized maps of Pusan and of rail networks
and supply routes in South Korea.
S-DA
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
5/30/52 to 6/1/52. 85 p.
Covers I Corps counterbattery operations during
a period of concentrated enemy attack, focusing
on intelligence activities, target selection proce-
dures, fire mission assignments, and aerial
observation and photographic techniques.
Includes errata and table of contents (6 p.); and
a. Background, (p. 1-4)
b. Narrative, (p. 5-21)
d. Supporting documents, including data on
artillery activity, interviews with I Corps
officers, and I Corps pamphlet on "shellreps."
(p. 22-65)
S-DB
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
7 /7 3/50 ro 9/7 /52. 387 p.
Covers overall UN and enemy propaganda
objectives and describes the organization, func-
tions, and problems of EUSAK psychological
warfare agencies.
Contents:
Chapter I. Psychological Warfare Policy.
Describes anti-Communist and pro-UN
propaganda, and activities concerning war
crimes and the armistice, (p. 1-13)
Chapter II. EUSAK Psychological Warfare
Agencies. Outlines the organization and
activities of EUSAK Psychological Warfare
Division, 1st Loudspeaker and Leaflet
Company, and corps and division psycho-
logical warfare officers, (p. 14-55)
Chapter III. Plans and Operations. Describes
individual Far East Command and EUSAK
plans and operations, (p. 56-94)
Chapter IV. Enemy Psychological Warfare
Activities. Reviews enemy activities and
UN countermeasures. (p. 95-114)
Appendices include Psychological Warfare
Division forms, reports, and surveys, (p.
115-135)
Supporting documents include charts, com-
ments, policy directives, extracts from
command reports on specific operations,
and interviews. (211 p.)
S-DC
Operation Commando
7 0/3/57 ro 10/19/51. 117 p. ov. maps.
Covers a plan to seize key terrain features
overlooking the Yongchon-Chorwon Valley and
describes attacks on entrenched enemy positions
on Hills 292, 47 7 , and 487 east of Chorwon, later
designated as the Battle of Bloody Angle.
Contents:
a. Foreward. (p. 1)
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Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
S-DN
b. Situation, (p. 2-5)
c. Plan and objectives, (p. 6)
d. Deployment of forces, (p. 7 )
e. Conduct of the operation, (p. 8-34).
/ Enemy, (p. 35-39)
g. Summary, (p. 40-42)
h. Annexes include intelligence reports on
enemy forces, photographs and diagrams of
bunker construction and fortifications, opera-
tions directives and orders, description of
Battle of Bloody Angle, and data on
casualties. (60 p.)
¡. Oversized situation and enemy order of battle
maps.
S-DD
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
10/16/52 to 10/20/52. 80 p. Project
MHD-7.
Covers IX Corps plan to seize, occupy, and
defend Hill 598, Hill Jane Russell, and Sandy
Ridge as part of Operation Showdown and the
enemy subsequent counterattack on Hill Jane
Russell.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. General and specific situation, with detail on
weather and terrain. (7 p.)
b. Narrative. (28 p.)
c. Interviews: 7 th Infantry Division, 17 th and
32nd Infantry Regiments, 48th Field Artil-
lery Battalion. ( p.)
c. Supporting documents, weather report,» fire
plan, journal extracts, sketches, and photo-
graphs. (40 p.)
S-DE
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea
2/21/52 to 10/30/52. 84 p. Project MHD-5.
Covers the training and use of German shepards
for patrol, ambush, and reconnaissance purposes.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. Narrative. (23 p.)
b. Interviews: 26th Infantry Scout Dog Platoon.
(25 p.)
c. Supporting documents, including patrol re-
ports, recommendations, citation, and photo-
graphs. (24 p.)
S-DF
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
10/9/52 to 10/11/52. ¡28 p. + o v. maps.
Project MHD-6.
Covers the withdrawal of the 9th Infantry
Regiment from reserve status and employment
as a diversionary force against the enemy at the
T-Bone formation of Hill 290 and Hill 200.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. General and specific situation, with detail on
weather and terrain, (p. 1-11)
b. Narrative, (p. 12-46)
c. Supporting documents, including POW inter-
rogation reports, weather summary, journal
extracts, interviews with 9th Infantry Regi-
ment and 38th Field Artillery Battalion, and
overlays. (66 p.)
d. Oversized situation maps.
S-DG
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain)
10/6/52 to 10/15/52. 95 p. + ov. map and
overlay.
Covers a concentrated but unsuccessful enemy
attack on Hill 395, a strategic hill mass which
dominated the western Chorwon Valley and
whose occupation by enemy forces would have
denied UN forces the use of a vital road complex.
Contents:
Section I. Situation prior to the action, (p. 1-5)
Section II. Preliminaries to the action, (p. 5-9)
Section III. Initial attack on 10/6. (p. 9-11)
Section IV. Continuing action, 10/7 /52 to
10/10/52. (p. 11-21)
Section V. Results of the action, (p. 21-39)
Section VI. Summary of Corps logistic
support, (p. 40-47 )
Section VII. Lessons learned, (p. 48-59)
Appendices. Reports on daylight bombing
efforts and ammunition expenditures; map
of combat area; and map and overlays. (23
P-)
SDH
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
1/10/53 to 1/30/53. 167 p. Project
MHD-15.
Covers utilization of tank firing power in the
destruction of enemy entrenched positions,
focusing on bunker destruction operations of
Company C, 89th Medium Tank Battalion.
Includes preface and table of contents (3 p.);
and
a. General and specific situation, with detail on
weather and terrain, (p. 1-8)
b. Narrative, (p. 8-31)
c. Interviews: 89th Tank Battalion, (p. 32-42)
d. Supporting documents, including monthly
staff report of IX Corps armored section,
operational reports, and data on tank bunker
destruction operations, (p. 43-146)
S-DI
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
2/10/53 to 2/13/53. 66 p. Project MHD-16.
Covers a two-platoon Chinese assault on an
ambush patrol of 32nd Infantry units in the
Yokkok Chon River Valley.
Includes table of contents (1 p.); and
a. General and specific situation, with detail on
terrain, (p. 1-2)
b. Narrative, (p. 3-33)
c. Interviews: 32nd Infantry Regiment, (p.
34-52)
d. Supporting documents, including weather
report, debriefing and patrol report, and
chronology of action, (p. 34-57 )
S-DJ
Organization of the Korean Communications
Zone (KCOMZ)
[n.d.]. 324 p. Project MHD-8.
Covers the development and operations of
KCOMZ, whose responsibilities included all
logistical and administrative activities not
directly related to combat operations.
KCOMZ mission included logistical support of
U.S. Eighth Army and ROK Army; security
measures; railroad operations; administration of
prisoner of war programs; civil affairs; and
relations with Korean Government and UN
agencies.
Includes table of contents (4 p.); and
a. Preface, (p. i)
b. Introduction, (p. 1-2)
c. Planning, (p. 3-9)
d. Implementation, (p. 9-50)
e. Citations, (p. 51-57 )
/ Supporting documents, including reports,
memoranda, general orders, forms, organiza-
tion charts, and replies to questionnaires.
(255 p.)
SDK
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges,
Imjin River
10/52 to 7/53. 133 p. + ov. material.
Project MHD-22.
Covers engineering feats connected with the
construction of two Imjin River bridges, both of
which were supported by massive steel and
concrete piers designed to withstand pressure
from flash floods.
Contents:
Chapter I. Background, (p. 1-9)
Chapter II. Narrative of the construction of
Teal Bridge, (p. 10-23)
Chapter III. Narrative of the construction of
X-Ray (Libby) Bridge, (p. 24-52)
Citations, (p. 52-53)
Supporting documents, including interviews,
reports, and analysis with detailed engineer-
ing calculations. (69 p.)
Oversized charts and blueprints on Teal and
Libby Bridges.
SDL
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on
Hill 598
10/14/52 to 10/25/52. 159 p. + ov. map.
Project MHD-11.
Covers medical support activities during Opera-
tion Showdown, an assault directed against Hill
598 (Triangle Hill) and Hill Jane Russell in the
Kumwha area.
Includes table of contents (2 p.); and
a. General and specific situation, with detail on
weather and terrain, (p. 1-6)
b. Narrative, (p. 10-44)
c. Supporting documents include statistics on
casualties; operation plans; interviews with
7 th Infantry Division and 31st and 32nd
Infantry Regiments; bulletin on treatment
methods; and summary of Operation Show-
down. (95 p.)
S-DN
Surgical Hospital in Korea
7 /50 to 2/53. 276 p. + ov. map. Project
MHD-14.
Covers the organization, activities, and equip-
ment of mobile army surgical hospitals, auxiliary
surgical and neurosurgical teams, and other
Eighth Army medical support facilities.
Includes preface and table of contents (3 p.);
and
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 13
S-DN Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s
a. Organization, deployment, and functions of
the surgical hospital in Korea, (p. 1-23)
b. Utilization of auxiliary surgical and neurosur-
gical teams, (p. 24-27 )
c. Chronologies for 43rd, 44th, 45th, 46th, 47 th,
48th Surgical Hospitals and for Norwegian
Surgical Hospital, (p. 28-47 )
d. Annexes with organization charts, data on
hospitals and surgical equipment, maps
showing location of hospitals, and photo-
graphs of hospital facilities. (223 p.)
S-DO
Regimental Medical Company in Korea
[n.d.]. 666 p. Project MHD-13.
Covers combat and noncombat functions of
regimental medical companies, and medical
support of positional warfare.
Includes preface and table of contents (11 p.);
and
a. History, organization, personnel, and func-
tions of regimental medical companies,
including training, treatment procedures,
evacuation of casualties, deployment, medi-
cal and supply activities, and dental services.
(90 p.)
b. Medical support in positional warfare, with
reports and questionnaires on medical sup-
port activities of numerous infantry divisions
and regiments. (306 p.)
c. Annual reports of Army Medical Service and
Medical Section, HQ EUSAK. (39 p.)
d. Photographs of medical aid stations. (215 p.)
S-DQ
Operation Little Switch
7/51 to 5/53. 1969 p. + ov. maps and
diagram. Project MHD-2.
Covers negotiations and implementation of a
plan for UN-Communist Command exchange,
evacuation, and repatriation of sick and injured
POWs during continuing hostilities. Negotia-
tions were conducted at Panmunjom, and the
road between Kaesong and Munsan-ni was
considered a "free zone" for purposes of the
negotiations and exchange. Negotiations began
in 7 /51, and the exchange was accomplished
between 4/20/53 and 5/3/53.
Includes:
Section I. Base Camp-Panmunjom Operations
and Public Information Activities. Outlines
the policies and decisions of the UN
Commander in Japan and the functions of
his advanced headquarters at Panmunjom.
(611 p.)
Section II. Medical Processing and Evacuation
of Repatriated Prisoners. Describes the
medical care accorded UN and ROK
personnel after receipt from Communists,
and processing activities until their depar-
ture from Korea to Japan. (641 p.)
Section III. Korean Communications Zone
Repatriation Operations. Describes the
processing of Communist prisoners in UN
prisoner of war camps in South Korea and
their return to the Communists at Panmun-
jom. (343 p.)
Section IV. Logistical Support. Describes the
logistical support furnished by the Eighth
Army in combat area where the negotiations
and exchange took place. (338 p.)
S-DS
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea
10/50 to 1/54. 139 p. Project MHD-35.
Covers the history, organization, and functions
of the eight historical detachments activated at
beginning of the Korean conflict and their
consolidation into the 8086th Army Unit in
1/53.
Includes preface, table of contents, and
introduction (4 p.); and
a. Narrative, (p. 1-35)
b. Supporting documents, including corre-
spondence, organization charts, general or-
ders, bulletin on historical detachments and
combat interviews, list of 8086th Army Unit
personnel, and standard operating procedure
for manuscript compilation, (p. 36-110)
S-DT
History of Engineer Roll-Up and
Redeployment in Korea
[n.d.]. 107 p.
Covers organization and planning relating to the
evacuation and redeployment of engineering
units and mechanical supplies and equipment
excess to the needs of post-hostility forces in
Korea.
Contents:
Chapter I. Early planning, (p. 1-4)
Chapter II. Final planning, (p. 5-10)
Chapter III. Facilities for roll-up. (p. 11-22)
Chapter IV. Engineer redeployment, (p.
23-29)
Chapter V. Construction, (p. 30-38)
Chapter VI. Roll-up of supplies and equipment
from Korea, (p. 39-7 8)
Chapter VII. Accomplishment of the roll-up.
(p. 7 9-92)
S-DU
History of the North Korean Army
[pub. 7/31/52]. 188 p.
Covers the development and organization of
paramilitary forces and the People's Army in
North Korea, the role of the Soviet Union in the
militarization of the area, and military operations
during the first year of the war.
Contents:
Section I. General, (p. 1-5)
Section II. Evolution of the Korean Armed
Forces in Manchuria, (p. 6-7 )
Section III. Evolution of the Korean Armed
Forces in North Korea, (p. 8-24)
Section IV. Operations in Korea, (p. 25-40)
Section V. Histories of North Korean army
units, (p. 41-83)
Section VI. Organization of the North Korean
Army. (p. 84-85)
Section VII. Unit code designations and
commanders; biographical sketches of key
personalities, (p. 87 -100)
Appendix I. Weapons and equipment available
to the North Korean Army. (54 p.)
Appendix II. Bibliography. (1 p.)
S-EA -1
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
7/13/50 to 7/27/53. 272 p.
Covers major U.S. military units in Korea. Each
battle order includes chronological account of
major events; lists of commanders and officers;
assigned, attached, and detached units; and
information on key terrain features.
Contains orders of battle for the following
units:
a. Eighth Army. (7 0 p.)
b. I Corps. (15 p.)
c. IX Corps. (15 p.)
d. X Corps. (26 p.)
e. 2nd Logistical Command. (14 p.)
/ 2nd Infantry Division. (15 p.)
g. 3rd Infantry Division. (16 p.)
h. 7 th Infantry Division. (17 p.)
i. 25th Infantry Division. (15 p.)
j. 40th Infantry Division. (16 p.)
k. 45th Infantry Division. (16 p.)
S-EA -2
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
7 /5/50 to 7/27/53. 63 p.
Covers three major South Korean military units.
Each battle order includes chronology of events;
lists of officers; assigned, attached, and detached
units; and information on key terrain features.
Contains orders of battle for the following
units:
a. I ROK Corps. (20 p.)
b. II ROK Corps. (18 p.)
c. Ill ROK Corps. (11 p.)
S-EA -3
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
1/51 to 12/51. 68 p.
Covers certain major U.S. military units. Each
battle order includes chronology of major events;
lists of officers; and assigned, attached, and
detached units.
Contains orders of battle for the following
units:
a. 7 th Infantry Division. (7 p.)
b. 2nd Infantry Divison. (9 p.)
c. 45th Infantry Division. (7 p.)
d. 24th Infantry Division. (10 p.)
e. 25th Infantry Division. (10 p.)
/ 3rd Infantry Division. (12 p.)
g. 1st Cavalry Division. (10 p.)
S-XA
Military History of Korea
[n.d.]. 239 p. + ov. charts.
Covers the development and organization of
North Korean military forces with Soviet
backing and counterefforts to organize the South
Korean Army (ROKA).
Includes:
Part I. Narrative of events in South Korea,
6/25/50 to 7 /1/50. (5 p.)
Part II. Military situation, (p. 1-34)
Part III. Enemy's preparation for invasion, (p.
35-65)
Supplements, including texts of international
agreements and declarations, UN resolu-
tions, list of officials of Chunking Provision-
al Government, rosters of Korean National
Assembly and Cabinet members, regula-
14 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Bi bl i o gr a phy o f Do c um e nt s S-XB
tions for North Korean land reform,
organization charts of Korean military units,
and maps of Korea, (p. 66-204)
S-XB
Korean War History
5/50 to 6/51. 1271 p.
Covers political and military events leading to
the outbreak of war, military operations during
the first year of conflict, and early attempts for
a peace settlement. Also presents statistical data
highlighting the war's impact on the Korean
population and the nation's economic and social
life.
Contents:
Preface and messages from political leaders.
(14 p.)
Part I. General Introduction. Describes the
general combat situation, Korean internal
political situation, UN and international
situation, information and education war-
fare, and organization and operations of the
"Red Puppet Regime." (17 1 p.)
Part II. Diary. Includes chronological daily
summaries of war situation, Korean political
affairs, and related UN activities. (614 p.)
Part III. Reference Documents. [Table of
contents only; note indicates that docu-
ments were not reproduced.] (16 p.)
Part IV. Statistics. Presents data on combat
losses; status of refugees; material losses in
industrial, economic, transportation, and
communications facilities; and war impact
on various social institutions. (355 p.)
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 15
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Abandoned property
see Salvage
ADCOM
see Advanced Command and Liaison Group in
Korea
Advanced Command and Liaison Group in
Korea
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Aerial bombing and strafing
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (10/6/52 to 10/15/52) S-DG
Africa
see Ethiopia
Agriculture
Korean War History f5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Air raids
see Aerial bombing and strafing
Air transport
see also Airdrops
see also Airports and airfields
see also Helicopters
see also Military aircraft
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) SAD
Transportation of Supplies (7 /57 ro 7/53) S-AA.B
Aircraft
see Helicopters
see Military aircraft
Airdrops
see also Drop zones
see also Paratroopers
Helicopters in Korea (7 /57 ro 8/53) S-AJ
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7 /57 ; S--4G
Airports and airfields
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Albany
see Operation Albany
Aliens
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
American National Red Cross
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 fo 5/53) S-DQ
Amidong
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Ammunition
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (12/52 to 1/53) R-BA-88
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 to 7 0/7 5/52J S-DG
Amphibious operations
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict SvliV
Animals
see Dogs
see Mules
Antiaircraft guns
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment 5-^JVf
Antitank guns
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Armed forces
see Military forces
Armistices
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 /7 3/50 ro 9/7 /52J S-DB
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /5 7 ro 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7/53) S-AQ
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/57 ) S-XB
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 ro 5/53) S-DQ
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Artillery
see also Antiaircraft guns
see also Antitank guns
see a7 so Machine guns
see also Ordnance
Artillery in Perimeter Defense (4/24/57 ) R-BA-37
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment SvIM
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
(5/30/52 ro 6/7 /52) S-DA
Asia
see China, People's Republic
see India
see Japan
see Thailand
see Turkey
Australia
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ) S-Al
Aviation
see Airports and airfields
see Military aircraft
see Military aviation
Awards
see Military awards, decorations, and medals
Bases, military
see Military bases
Battles
see Combat
Belgium
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ) S-AI
Big Switch
see Operation Big Switch
Biographies
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 7 2/23/53) S-^F
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Black Americans
Personnel Problems (6/50 ro 7 /57 ) S-AB
Black Cat Number One (bridge)
Black Cat Number One
(7 /6/57 ro 8/1/51) R-BA-17
Blockades
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/57 ) S-/1S
Blood supplies
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7 /53) S-AZ
Bloody Angle
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/57 ro 7 0/6/57 ) R-BA-61
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Bloody Ridge
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Bombs
see Aerial bombing and strafing
Boundaries
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7 /53) S-AQ
Bridges
Action at Wonju (7 /7 /57 ro 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Black Cat Number One
(7 /6/57 ro 8/1/51) R-BA-17
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (7 0/52 ro 7 /53) S-DK
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(7 2/57 ) R-BA-24
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (7 /7 /57 ro 7 /4/57 ) R-BA-76
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/57 ro 5/57 ) R-BA-58
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Briggs, Ellis O.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7 /53) S-AQ
Building materials
see Cement and concrete
see Iron and steel
Burial
see Graves registration
Business and industry
see a7 so Capital investments
see also Industrial production
see also Mines and mineral resources
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/57 ) S-XB
Byorum, Henry M.
see Task Force Byorum
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 17
Ca m o ufl a ge
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Camouflage
see also Smoke screens
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Canada
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7/51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Capital investments
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AY
Cargo
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Casualties
see Civilian casualties
see War casualties
Cease-fires
see Armistices
Cement and concrete
Building Concrete Culverts, 630th Engineer Light
Equipment Company (6/51) R-BA-22
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) SDK
Censorship
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Chang Jae Hwa
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Chang Sok Lin
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Changbong-ni
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/11/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Changdul
VHF and Radio Installation at Headquarters, 24th
Infantry Division
(9/29/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-20
Chaun-ni
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Chechon
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Cheju-do
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Chemical warfare
see also Flame throwers
see also Smoke screens
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(S/25/50 ro 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Cheryong-ni
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/51) R-BA-33
Chichon-ni
Artillery in Perimeter Defense (4/24/51) R-BA-37
China, People's Republic
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AXf
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Military History of Korea S-XA
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Chinese New Year Offensive, 1951
Chinese New Year Offensive (1/3/51) R-BA-51
Chinju
Action at Chinju (7/31/50) R-BA-53
Chipyong-ni
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G (2/13/51 to 2/15/51) R-BA-74
Task Force Crombez (2/15/51) R-BA-29
Choe Hyou
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Choe Yong Gun
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Choe Yong Jim
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Chonan
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7/4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
Chongchon River
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Chongdo
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50) R-BA-70
Chongpyong
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
Chorwon
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry Division
(5/26/52; R-BA-100
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Doughnut (7/51) R-BA-3
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (10/6/52 to 10/15/52) S-DG
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
(8/13/51 to 8/17/51) R-BA-4
Chosin Reservoir
Chosin Reservoir
(11/24/50 to 11/30/50) R-BA-43
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 fo 7/51) S-AG
Chota
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(11/20/50 to ¡2/13/50) R-BA-98
Chromite
see Operation Chromite
Chronologies
Chronology, Korean Conflict
(6/25/50 to 12/31/51) S-AR
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (7 0/50 to 1/54) S-DS
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /7 3/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(7 /57 ro 7 2/5 7 J S-EA-3
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
(7 /5/50 ro 7/27/53) S-EA-2
Chunchon
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Operation Swing (4/4/57 ro 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Recon Dailey (4/2/57 ro 4/8/51) R-BA-26
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (7 /57 ro 7 2/57 ,1 R-BA-46
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
VHF Relay on Hill 1157
(5/24/57 <o 5/25/51) R-BA-18
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/57 ; R-BA-45
Church, John H.
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Civil-military relations
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from Seoul
(6/50 ro 1/51) S-AT
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 ro 4/52J S-AK
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53) S-AX
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 ro 7 /37 /53; S-AW
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-AY
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (7 /57 ro 7 2/52; S-AU
Civil Transport Corps
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Civilian casualties
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/57 ; S-XB
Claims
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 ro 7 /37 /53; S-AW
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-.4Y
Clam Up
see Operation Clam Up
Clark, Mark W.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-AQ
Cleaver
see Operation Cleaver
Climate
see Weather
Clothing
see Uniforms
Codes and ciphers
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Colombia
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ; S-Al
Combat
see also Ground combat
see also Night combat
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/7 0/53 ro 2/7 3/53; S-DI
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/57 ; S-XB
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
(7 /7 0/53 ro 1/30/53) S-DH
Command lists
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (7 0/50 ro 7 /54; S-DS
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ; S-AI
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /7 3/50 ro 7 /27 /53; S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
(7 /5/50 ro 7 /27 /53; S-EA-2
Commander-in-Chief, Far East
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Commando
see Operation Commando
Commerce
see Business and industry
Committee for Assisting the Return of
Displaced Civilians
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /57 to 2/53) S-AP
Committee for Repatriation of POWs
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /57 ro 2/53; S-AP
Communications
see Censorship
see Military communications
see Press
see Propaganda
see Radio
see Signals and signaling
see Telephone and telephone equipment
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Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Eur o pe
Communism
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7/13/50 to 9/1/52) S-DB
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Concrete
see Cement and concrete
Construction and repair
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
C7 /ÍJ/5; ro 9/8/51) R-BA-25
Black Cat Number One
(7/6/51 to 8/1/51) R-BA-17
Building Concrete Culverts, 630th Engineer Light
Equipment Company (6/51) R-BA-22
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/51 to 5/51) R-BA-58
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/51 to 10/51) R-BA-71
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company
(1/51 to ¡0/51) R-BA-23
Consular service and consulates
see Diplomatic and consular service
Contracts and procurement
see Defense contracts and procurement
Convoys
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation Points,
425th Transportation Traffic Regulation Group,
U.S. I Corps Sector
(2/6/57 io 7/1/51) R-BA-78
Correctional institutions
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Cost of living
see Inflation
see Prices
Crimes against humanity
see War crimes
Currency
see Foreign exchange
Dae Han Shipbuilding Corp.
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; to 7/31/53) S-AW
Dailey, Warren F.
see Recon Dailey
Damage assessments
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AY
Dams and reservoirs
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Deaths
see War casualties
Deception plans
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Decorations
see Military awards, decorations, and medals
Defense contracts and procurement
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7 /5; io 7/53) S-AX
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/51 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AY
Demilitarization
see also Demobilization
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 ro 4/52) S-AK
Demilitarized zone
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /5; ro 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5; to 7/53) S-AQ
Demobilization
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Demolition
Action at Wonju (1/1/51 to 2111/51) R-BA-31
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (1/1/51 to 1/4/51) R-BA-76
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company
(1/5! to 10/51) R-BA-23
Withdrawal from Wonju
(;/6/5; to ;/7 /5;; R-BA-27
Denmark
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7/51) S-AI
Dentists and dentistry
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Deployment
Helicopters in Korea (7 /5; ro 8/53) S-AJ
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Personnel Problems (6/50 fo 7 /51) S-AB
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
Diplomatic and consular service
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Disarmament
see Demilitarization
Discipline
see Military discipline
Diseases and disorders
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AA.C
Documents
see Censorship
see Command lists
see Government documents
see Operations orders
see Security classification of documents
Dogs
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea
(2/2;/52 ro ;0/30/52) S-DE
Doughnut
see Operation Doughnut
Drinking water
see Water supply and use
Drop zones
Operation Tomahawk
(i/22/5; ro 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Dulles, John Foster
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AQ
Earnings
see Military pay and allowances
see Wages and salaries
Economic conditions
see also Inflation
see also Prices
see also Wages and salaries
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5; ro 7 /53) S-AY
Economic Cooperation Administration
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/5;; S-XB
Education
see Indoctrination
see Military training
Electric power
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; ro 7/31/53) S-AW
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5; to 7/53) S-AY
Emergency medical services
Helicopter Evacuation
(;/26/5; ro 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Helicopters in Korea (7 /5; to 8/53) S-AJ
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/5;) R-BA-45
Emergency relief
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/5;) S-XB
Emigration
see Refugees
Employment
see Indigenous labor
see Occupational health and safety
see Wages and salaries
Energy resources
see Electric power
see Petroleum
Engineering
see Military engineering
Entrenchment
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (;2/52 ro ;/53) R-BA-8<
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
(1/10/53 to 1/30/53) S-DH
Ermine Line
see Line Ermine
Ethiopia
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /5;) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Europe
see Belgium
see Denmark
see France
see Germany
see Great Britain
see Greece
see Italy
see Netherlands
see Norway
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Eva c ua t i o n Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Evacuation
see also Salvage
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from Seoul
(6/50 to 1/5!) S-AT
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-,4iV
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
Explosives
see Demolition
Far East Command
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7/13/50 to 9/1/52) S-DB
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
FEC
see Far East Command
Field guns
see also Antiaircraft guns
see also Mortars
Field hospitals
see Hospitals
Fighting
see Combat
Financial institutions
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Flame throwers
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Food supply
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Foreign aid
see Military assistance
Foreign exchange
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; fo 7/31/53) S-AW
Foreign Liquidation Commission
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Fortification
see also Camouflage
see also Entrenchment
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
France
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 fo 7/51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-^C
Freedom of the press
see Censorship
Freight
see Cargo
Fuel
see Petroleum
General Defense Line
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/17/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Geneva Convention of 1949
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Gerhardt, William
see Task Force Gerhardt
Germany
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Glory Plan
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Government
see Government documents
see Government revenues
see Public administration
Government documents
see also Government forms and paperwork
see also Security classification of documents
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (/0/50 ro 1/54) S-DS
Government employees
see Military personnel
see Police
Government forms and paperwork
Casualty Reporting (7 /57 ro 7 /53) S-AV
Personnel Problems (6/50 ro 7 /5;; S-AB
Government information
see also Government documents
see also Government forms and paperwork
see also Security classification of documents
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/5;; S-XB
Operation Little Switch (7 /5; ro 5/53; S-DQ
Government revenues
see also Taxation
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Governmental bodies
see Legislative bodies
Graves registration
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7/53) S-AZ
Great Britain
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces 5-^1 C
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/511 R-BA-97
Gr e e c e
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /5;) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Grenade Hill
see Hill 1286, Soksa-ri
Grenade launchers
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Ground combat
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(;0/;6/52 ro ;0/20/52J S-DD
Ground forces
see Military forces
Growdon, John S.
see Task Force Growdon
Guerrilla warfare
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Military History of Korea S-XA
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50J R-BA-70
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Guns
see Antiaircraft guns
see Antitank guns
see Grenade launchers
see Machine guns
see Ordnance
see Pistols
see Rifles
Haeundae
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; ro 7/31/53) S-AW
Haktang-ni
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost
(10/12/52 to 10/13/52) R-BA-89
Hamhung
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Han River
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (1/1/51 to 1/4/51) R-BA-76
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to 11/17/51) R-BA-86
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/51 to 6/51) R-BA-8
Hangye
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
Hantan River
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Harbors and ports
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(/2/5;; R-BA-24
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/5;) S-XB
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5; ro 7 /53) S-AY
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company
(1/51 to 10/51) R-BA-23
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AA.B
Harrison, William K.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AQ
20 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
H o m e c o m i ng
Hasakkol
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Hays Line
see Line Hays
Health
see Diseases and disorders
see Health condition
see Health facilities and services
see Medical personnel
see Occupational health and safety
Health condition
see also Diseases and disorders
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (12/52 to 1/53) R-BA-88
Health facilities and services
see also Dentists and dentistry
see also Emergency medical services
see also Hospitals
see also Medical personnel
see also Medical supplies and equipment
Innovations in the Medical and Dental Services
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-42
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7/51) S-AI
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(S/25/50 ro 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 ro 5/53) S-DQ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Heartbreak Ridge
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
Helicopters
Helicopter Evacuation
(J/26/5; ro 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Helicopters in Korea (7 /5; to 8/53) S-AJ
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7/53) S-AZ
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict 5-^iV
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
Highways and roads
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
(7/15/51 to 9/8/51) R-BA-25
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-/ID
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7 /53) S-AZ
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation Points,
425th Transportation Traffic Regulation Group,
U.S. I Corps Sector
(2/6/5; ro 7/1/51) R-BA-78
Hill Jane Russell, Kumwha
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(Í0/Í6/52 lo ;0/20/52j S-DD
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Hill 117, Nori Ridge
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
Hill 128, Tuji-ri
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/51) R-BA-68
Hill 200, Chorwon
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry Division
(5/26/52) R-BA-100
Hill 200, T-Bone Complex
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Hill 218, Mago-ri
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Hill 241, General Defense Line
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/7 7 /57 ro 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Hill 251, General Defense Line
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/7 7 /57 ro 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Hill 268, Waegwan
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
(«/9/50 ro 8/10/50) R-BA-11
Hill 272, Mago-ri
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Hill 290, T-Bone Complex
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 ro 10/11/52) S-DF
Defense of Outpost Eerie
(3/21/52 to 3/22/52) R-BA-82
Hill 292, Chorwon
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Hill 312, Kumyangjang-ni
Hill 312 (1/28/51 to 1/30/51) R-BA-32
Hill 339, Hyonjo
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
(9/5/57 ro 9/7 /57 J R-BA-10
Hill 346, Chorwon
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Hill 391, Haktang-ni
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost
(7 0/7 2/52 ro 7 0/7 3/52; R-BA-89
Hill 395, Chorwon
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 ro 10/15/52) S-DG
Hill 451, Soyang
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/51) R-BA-57
Hill 460, Chorwon
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Hill 463, Chorwon
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Hill 477, Chorwon
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Hill 487, Chorwon
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/57 ro 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Operation Commando
(7 0/3/57 ro 10/19/51) S-DC
Hill 520, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 586, Iron Triangle
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/57 ) R-BA-2
Hill 598, Kumwha
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(7 0/7 6/52 ro 10/20/52) S-DD
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Hill 618, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/5/ ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 628, Paimal
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/57 ) R-BA-99
Hill 642, Chorwon
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/S/57 ro 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Hill 656, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 682, Iron Triangle
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/57 ) R-BA-2
Hill 702, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 717, Iron Triangle
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/57 ) R-BA-2
Hill 728, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 770, Inje
Combat Outpost (4/19/51 to 4/22/51) R-BA-13
Hill 773, Bloody Ridge
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(«/57 ro 9/57 ) R-B/f-47
Hill 841, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 851, Satae-ri
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) JÏ-B.4-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 894, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 901, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 902, Taegu
Hill 902 (4/22/57 ro 4/23/57 ) R-BA-14
Hill 930, Changbong-ni
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/7 7 /57 ro 2/7 2/57 ) R-BA-83
Hill 931, Satae-ri
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 940, Bloody Ridge
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(«/57 ro 9/57 ) R-BA-47
Hill 983, Bloody Ridge
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(S/5Í ro 9/57 ) R-BA-47
Hill 1010, Paimal
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/57 ) R-BA-99
Hill 1051, Chaun-ni
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/7 6/57 ro 5/7 S/57 ) R-BA-75
Hill 1052, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 to 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 1073, Line Ermine
Hill 107 3, a Double Envelopment
(6/7 3/57 ro 6/7 4/57 ) R-BA-39
Hill 1073, Pongdangdong-ni
Objective Queen (6/26/57 ) R-BA-16
Hill 1073, Soksa-ri
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/7 5/57 ) R-BA-15
Hill 1157, Chunchon
VHF Relay on Hill 1157
(5/24/57 ro 5/25/57 ) R-BA-18
Hill 1168, Paimal
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/57 ) R-BA-99
Hill 1179, Satae-ri
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Hill 1211, Punchbowl
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 to 4/4/52) R-BA-91
Hill 1243, Punchbowl
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 ro 4/4/52) Ji-B^-97
Hill 1286, Soksa-ri
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/7 5/57 ) R-BA-15
Hill 1377, Soksa-ri
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Hoengsong
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/7 7 /57 to 2/7 2/57 ) R-BA-83
Homecoming
see Operation Homecoming
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 21
H o ngc ho n Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Hongchon
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/11/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/51) R-BA-19
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Hongchon River
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Peaceful Valley (5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Hospitals
Guerrilla Attack on Hospital Train near
Samnangjin (8/24/50) R-BA-101
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
Housing
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AY
Hungnam
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Hwachon Reservoir
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Operation Swing (4/4/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
Hwanghae Province
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Hyonjo
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
(9/5/51 to 9/7/51) R-BA-10
Imjin River
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/5/ ro 9/6/5/; R-BA-9
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/51) R-BA-68
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
(8/13/51 to 8/17/51) R-BA-4
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Inchon
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/51 to 10/51) R-BA-71
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company
(1/51 to 10/51) R-BA-23
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
India
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Indigenous labor
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-AX
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7 /53J S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 fo 7 /37 /53) S-AW
Personnel Problems (6/50 lo 7 /57 j SAB
Indoctrination
see also Propaganda
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /57 ro 7 /53) S-AA.C
Industrial production
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/57 ) S-XB
Industry
see Business and industry
see Industrial production
Infiltration
Military History of Korea S-XA
Inflation
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 ro 7 /37 /53) S-AW
Information
see Government information
Inje
Combat Outpost (4/19/51 to 4/22/51) R-BA-13
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/57 ) R-BA-19
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/57 ) R-BA-54
Insignia
see Markings and insignia
Intelligence services and operations
see also Reconnaissance
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 /7 3/50 ro 9/7 /52) S-DB
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 ro 4/52) S-AK
Operation Commando
(7 0/3/57 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
International law
see Aliens
see Boundaries
see Prisoners of war
see Repatriation
see Treaties and conventions
Invasion plans
Military History of Korea S-XA
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/57 ) S-AS
Investments
see Capital investments
Iron and steel
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (7 0/52 ro 7 /53) S-DK
Iron Triangle
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/57 ) R-BA-2
Italy
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7 /57 ) S-AI
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/57 ) S-AS
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7 /53) S-AQ
Joy, Charles T.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AQ
Jamestown Line
see Line Jamestown
Japan
see also National Police Reserve of Japan
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Japan Logistical Command
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) SAO
Kach'il-bong
see Hill 1243, Punchbowl
Kaesong
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-AQ
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 ro 5/53; S-DQ
Task Force Growdon
(3/27 /57 ro 3/27 /57 ) R-BA-63
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(7 7 /20/50 ro 7 2/7 3/50; R-BA-98
Kangso-ri Valley
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/57 ro 9/6/57 ; R-BA-9
Kansas Line
see Line Kansas
Kapyong
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/57 ; R-BA-33
KCOMZ
see Korean Communications Zone
Keisatsu Yobitai
see National Police Reserve of Japan
Kilra-Chon
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Kim Chang Dok
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Kim Chang Song
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Kim II Sung
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Kim Kwang Hyop
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Kim Mu Chong
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Kim Ung Soo
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Kingston, Robert C.
see Task Force Kingston
KMAG
see U.S. Military Advisory Group to the Republic
of Korea
Koje-do
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Kokus-ri
Task Force Crombez (2/15/51) R-BA-29
Kongju
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7/4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
Korea Base Section
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Korean cities and towns
see Amidong
see Changbong-ni
see Changdul
see Chaun-ni
see Chech on
see Cheju-do
22 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Index by Subjects and Names Logistics
see Cheryong-ni
see Chichon-ni
see Chinju
see Chipyong-ni
see Chonan
see Chongdo
see Chongpyong
see Chorwon
see Chota
see Chunchon
see Haeundae
see Haktang-ni
see H am hung
see Hangye
see Hasakkol
see Hoengsong
see Hongchon
see Hungnam
see Hyonjo
see Inchon
see Inje
see Kaesong
see Kapyong
see Koje-do
see Kokus-ri
see Kongju
see Kujang-dong
see Kum-ri
see Kumgong-ni
see Kumwha
see Kumyangjang-ni
see Kunu-ri
see Kwandae-ri
see Mago-ri
see Mundung-ni
see Munsan-ni
see Naepyong-ni
see Paimal
see Panmunjom
see Parun-ni
see Pobwon-ni
see Pokkae
see Puchang-ni
see Pusan
see Pyongyang
see Samnangjin
see Samsu
see Satae-ri
see Seoul
see Sinchon
see Singaipajin
see Sinpori
see Sobang
see Soksa-ri
see Songso-dong
see Sukchon
see Sunchon
see Taegu
see Taejon
see Taepyong-ni
see Tokchol-li
see Toksan-ni
see Tomyong-dong
see Tong-myon
see Tuji-ri
see Uijongbu
see Unsan
see Waegwan
see Wonju
see Yonchon
see Yongdae
see Yongdungpo
see Yongsong-ni
see Yusong
Korean Communications Zone
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53)
S-AX
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53)
S-DQ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Korean National Railroad
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/51 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Korean Service Labor Corps
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53) S-AX
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Kujang-dong
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Kum-ri
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(11/20/50 to 12/13/50) R-BA-98
Kum River
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
(7/16/50) R-BA-49
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7/4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
Kumchok-tong
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Kumgong-ni
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
Kumwha
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(10/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry (4/3/53) R'BA-95
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Doughnut (7/51) R-BA-3
Kumyangjang-ni
Hill 312 (1/28/51 to 1/30/51) R-BA-32
Kunu-ri
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA'64
Kwandae-ri
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/51 to 5/51) R-BA-58
Labor
see Indigenous labor
see Occupational health and safety
see Wages and salaries
Land transport
see also Bridges
see also Highways and roads
see also Railroads
see also Tanks
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AY
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Language and linguistics
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces SvlC
Launchers
see Grenade launchers
see Rockets and rocket launchers
Law
see also Law enforcement
see also Military laws and regulations
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Law enforcement
see also Police
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Lee Byong Gun
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Lee Jung Hok
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Lee Kwon Mu
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Lee Yong Ho
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Legislative bodies
Military History of Korea S-XA
Leisure activities
see Recreation
Leopard
see Operation Leopard
Letters
see Postal service
Libby Bridge
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
Lim Jong Duk
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Line Ermine
Hill 107 3, a Double Envelopment
(6/13/51 to 6/14/51) R-BA-39
Line Hays
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Line Jamestown
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(10/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Line Kansas
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Operation Swing (4/4/57 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Line Missouri
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (7 2/52 to 1/53) R-BA-88
Line No Name
see No Name Line
Line Wyoming
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Linguistics
see Language and linguistics
Little Switch
see Operation Little Switch
Logistics
see also Deployment
see also Evacuation
see also Japan Logistical Command
see also Pusan Logistical Command
see also Transport
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /57 to 2/53) S-AP
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Korean War Studies and After-Action Reports 23
Logistics Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Longshoremen
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
MacArthur, Douglas
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Machine guns
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Machines and machinery
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Mago-ri
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Mail
see Postal service
Maintenance
see Construction and repair
Manchuria
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Markings and insignia
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Marriages
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Medals
see Military awards, decorations, and medals
Medical personnel
see also Dentists and dentistry
Medical Company Under Attack
(5/27 /57 ; R-BA-44
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 to 2/53) S-DN
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (7 /57 to 12/51) R-BA-46
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/57 ; R-BA-45
Medical supplies and equipment
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 to 2/53) S-DN
Medicine
see Diseases and disorders
see Emergency medical services
see Health condition
see Health facilities and services
see Hospitals
see Medical supplies and equipment
Metals
see Iron and steel
see Scrap metals
Meteorology
see Weather
Militarism
see Nationalism
Militarization
see Demilitarization
see Demobilization
Military aircraft
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Military assistance
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-.4./V
Military aviation
see also Military aircraft
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Military awards, decorations, and medals
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7/51) S-AB
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Military bases
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 to 5/53) S-DQ
Military communications
see also Radio
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang (9/50 to 10/51) R-BA-77
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-.4C
Military discipline
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Military engineering
see also Bridges
see £ i7 so Entrenchment
see a7 so Fortification
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Military forces
see also Deployment
see a7 so Military personnel
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 to 4/52) S-AK
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Military History of Korea S-XA
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /7 5/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/5! to 12/51) S-EA-3
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
(7 /5/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-2
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Military intelligence
see Intelligence services and operations
Military laws and regulations
see a7 so Military discipline
Casualty Reporting (7 /57 to 7/53) S-AV
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7 /57 to 7/53) S-AX
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AY
Military leaders
see also Command lists
Military History of Korea S-XA
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (7 /57 to 12/52) S-AU
Military logistics
see Logistics
Military operations
see Operations orders
see under names of specific military operations
Military pay and allowances
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Military personnel
see also Command lists
see also Military awards, decorations, and medals
see ü7 SO Military leaders
see also Military pay and allowances
see also Paratroopers
see also Prisoners of war
see also War casualties
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (7 0/50 to 1/54) S-DS
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AQ
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7/51) S-AB
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (7 /57 to 12/52) S-AU
Military planning
see Invasion plans
see Logistics
see Operations orders
Military security
see Security measures
Military supplies and equipment
see also Ammunition
see also Military vehicles
see also Military weapons
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/57 to 10/51) R-BA-71
Helicopters in Korea (7 /57 to 8/53) S-AJ
History of Engineer Roll-Up and Redeployment in
Korea S-DT
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 to 4/52) S-AK
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AÏ
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 fo 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /57 to 7/53) S-AY
24 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
O pe r a t i o n Ro l l -Up
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Military training
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7/50 to 4/52) S-AK
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Military History of Korea S-XA
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (12/52 to 1/53) R-BA-88
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict 5-^iV
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Military vehicles
see also Tanks
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
History of the North Korean Army S-DV
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Military weapons
see also Antiaircraft guns
see also Antitank guns
see also Artillery
see also Flame throwers
see also Grenade launchers
see also Machine guns
see also Mines, military
see also Mortars
see also Ordnance
see also Pistols
see also Rifles
see also Rockets and rocket launchers
Enemy Tactics S-AL
History of the North Korean Army S-Dt/
Mines and mineral resources
see also Cement and concrete
see also Iron and steel
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AY
Mines, military
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Missouri Line
see Line Missouri
Mobilization
see Demilitarization
see Demobilization
Money
see Foreign exchange
Morale
see also Propaganda
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7/51) S-AB
Mortars
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Muccio, John J.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Mules
VHF Relay on Hill 1157
(5/24/51 to 5/25/51) R-BA-18
Mundung-ni
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
f9/57 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Munsan-ni
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7/51 to 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Nori Ridge
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
North America
see Canada
No r wa y
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Nullori Valley
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/51) R-BA-68
Naepyong-ni
Operation Swing (4/4/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Nam II
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Nam River
Action at Chinju (7/31/50) R-BA-53
National Police Reserve of Japan
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7/50 to 4/52) S-AK
Nationalism
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7/13/50 to 9/1/52) S-DB
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Natives
see Indigenous labor
Natural resources
see Mines and mineral resources
see Water supply and use
Netherlands
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7/51 to 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Neutrality
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
New Zealand
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Newspapers
see Press
Night combat
Night Combat Patrol by Company K, 15th
Infantry Regiment
(4/16/52 to 4/17/52) R-BA-90
Night Defense of a Listening Post by Company E,
35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/8/52 to 4/9/52) R-BA-87
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea
(2/21/52 to 10/30/52) S-DE
No-Name Hill, Punchbowl
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 to 4/4/52) R-BA-91
No-Name Line
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Peaceful Valley (5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Objective Queen
Objective Queen (6/26/51) R-BA-16
Observer missions
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7/51 to 2/53) S-AP
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Occupational health and safety
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53) S-AX
Oceania
see Australia
see New Zealand
Oil
see Petroleum
Operation Albany
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Big Switch
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Operation Chromite
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Support and Participation
((5/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Operation Clam Up
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Cleaver
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
Operation Commando
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Doughnut
Operation Doughnut (7/51) R-BA-3
Operation Homecoming
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Operation Leopard
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Operation Little Switch
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /5; ro 7/53) S-AA.C
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Operation Rebuild
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Operation Ripper
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Support and Participation
fi/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Operation Roll-Up
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 25
O pe r a t i o n Ro l l -Up
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-ÁS
Operation Scarecrow
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Showdown
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(10/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Smack
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Operation Snap
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Operation Snare
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Swing
Operation Swing (4/4/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Operation Tomahawk
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Operation Touchdown
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
Operations orders
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
C7 /5/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-2
Orders
see Military laws and regulations
see Operations orders
Ordnance
see also Antiaircraft guns
see also Artillery
see also Grenade launchers
see also Machine guns
see also Mines, military
see also Mortars
see also Pistols
see also Rifles
see also Rockets and rocket launchers
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to ¡1/17/51) R-BA-86
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-ziC
Salvage in Korea (7 /52 ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Outpost Eerie
Defense of Outpost Eerie
(3/21/52 to 3/22/52) R-BA-82
Outpost Harry
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry (4/3/53) R-BA-95
Pacific Ocean area
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Paimal
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/51) R-BA-99
Pak Choll
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Pak Chong Dok
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Pang Ho Son
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Panmunjom
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7/51 to 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7/53) S-AQ
Operation Little Switch (7 /5; ro 5/53) S-DQ
Paratroopers
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Parun-ni
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/5; ro 5/29/5;; R-BA-1
Patriotism
see Nationalism
Peace
see Armistices
see Demobilization
Peaceful Valley
Peaceful Valley (5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Petroleum
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5; ro 7 /53) S-AA.B
Philippines
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /51) S-Al
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Photography
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
(5/30/52 to 6/1/52) S-DA
Pipelines
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7/53) S-AZ
Pistols
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Pobwon-ni
Action at Pobwon-ni
(4/22/5; ro 4/24/5;; R-BA-67
Pokkae
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Police
see also Law enforcement
see also National Police Reserve of Japan
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Political attitudes
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 /;3/50 ro 9/1/52) S-DB
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 ro 4/52) S-AK
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Political conditions
see also Political attitudes
see also Political leaders
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/51) S-XB
Political leaders
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 ro 4/52,1 S-AK
Military History of Korea 5-X4
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Pongdangdong-ni
Objective Queen (6/26/5;) R-BA-16
Population
see also Aliens
see also Civil-military relations
see also Civilian casualties
see also Political attitudes
see also Refugees
see also Repatriation
see also War casualties
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/5;) S-XB
Ports
see Harbors and ports
Postal service
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7 /5;) S-AB
POWs
see Prisoners of war
Press
see also Censorship
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict Svi-ZV
Prices
see also Inflation
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; ro 7/31/53) S-AW
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5; to 7 /53) S-AY
Prisoners of war
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /5; ro 2/53) S-^P
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5; ro 7 /53) S-AQ
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /5; ro 7 /53) S-AA.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7 /53) S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5) to 7/31/53) S-AW
Operation Little Switch (7 /5; ro 5/53) S-DQ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (;0/6/52 ro 10/15/52) S-DG
Procurement
see Defense contracts and procurement
Production
see Industrial production
Propaganda
see also Indoctrination
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 /;3/50 to 9/;/52) S-DB
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/5;) S-XB
Operation Little Switch (7 /5; to 5/53) S-DQ
Property
see Real estate
Psychological warfare
see Propaganda
Psychological Warfare Division
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 /;3/50 to 9/;/52) S-DB
Public administration
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 to 4/52) S-AK
Puchang-ni
Operation Swing (4/4/5; to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Pukhan River
Black Cat Number One
(7 /6/5; to «/;/5J) R-BA-17
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/5;) R-BA-36
Punchbowl
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 ro 4/4/52) R-BA-91
Helicopter Evacuation
(;/26/5; to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Night Defense of a Listening Post by Company E,
35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/«/52 to 4/9/52) R-BA-87
26 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Sa ni t a t i o n
Punishment
see Military discipline
Puppet governments
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Puryong-gol
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Pusan
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Pusan Logistical Command
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Pyongyang
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang (9/50 to 10/51) R-BA-77
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Operation Doughnut (7 /51) R-BA-3
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(11/29/50 to 12/6/50) R-BA-69
Pyun, Y. T.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
Quartermaster services
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to ¡2/23/53) S-AF
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(S/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7 /55,1 S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5/ to 7/31/53) S-AW
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
Salvage in Korea (7 /5/ to 9/53) S-AA.A
Queen
see Objective Queen
Rand R
see Rest and recuperation
Radio
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7 //3/50 to 9///52J S-DB
VHP and Radio Installation at Headquarters, 24th
Infantry Division
(9/29/5/ to 10/6/51) R-BA-20
VHP Relay on Hill 1157
(5/24/5/ to 5/25/51) R-BA-18
Railroads
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang (9/50 to 10/51) R-BA-77
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Guerrilla Attack on Hospital Train near
Samnangjin (8/24/50) R-BA-101
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7 /53) S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5/ to 7 /3Z/53) S-AW
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AA.B
Rations
see Food supply
Real estate
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AY
Rebuild
see Operation Rebuild
Reclamation
see Salvage
Recon Dailey
Recon Dailey (4/2/5/ to 4/8/5 Z) R-BA-26
Reconnaissance
Christmas Patrol (/2/25/5// R-BA-81
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/5// R-BA-68
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
(5/30/52 to 6///52/ S-DA
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea
(2/2Z/52 to ZO/30/52/ S-DE
Platoon Raiding Patrol
(12/19/51 to 12/20/51) R-BA-80
Recon Dailey (4/2/5Z to 4/S/5ZJ R-BA-26
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol
(2/22/53 to 2/23/53/ R-BA-93
Recreation
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7 /5// S-AB
Red Cross
see American National Red Cross
Refugees
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from Seoul
(6/50 to 1/51) S-AT
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /5/ to 2/53) S-AP
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/5/) S-XB
Regulations
see Military laws and regulations
Relocation
see Deployment
see Repatriation
Rent
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
(7 /5/ to 7 /53) S-AY
Repair and construction
see Construction and repair
see Shipbuilding and repair
Repatriation
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7/13/50 to 9/1/52) S-DB
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7 /5/ to 2/53/ S-^P
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5/ to 7 /53) S-AQ
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AA.C
Operation Little Switch (7 /5/ to 5/53/ S-DQ
Reservoirs
see Chosin Reservoir
see Dams and reservoirs
see Hwachon Reservoir
Rest and recuperation
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7 /5// S-AB
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Rhee, Syngman
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AQ
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/5// S-AS
Ridgeway, Matthew
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AQ
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/5// S-AS
Rifles
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Ripper
see Operation Ripper
Rivers and waterways
see Bridges
see Chongchon River
see Han River
see Hantan River
see Hongchon River
see Imjin River
see Kum River
see Nam River
see Pukhan River
see Soyang River
see Taedong River
see Yalu River
see Yokkok Chon River
Roads
see Highways and roads
Robertson, Walter S.
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /5/ to 7 /53/ S-AQ
Rockets and rocket launchers
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Roll-Up
see Operation Roll-Up
Russia
see Soviet Union
Sabotage
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) (1/51 to 12/52) S-AU
Salaries
see Military pay and allowances
see Wages and salaries
Salvage
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild
(8/14/45 to 6/30/52) S-AO
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(/Z/29/50 to 12/6/50) R-BA-69
Salvage in Korea (7 /5Z to 9/53) S-AA.A
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by 57 th
Ordnance Recovery Company
(10/5/51) R-BA-72
Samnangjin
Guerrilla Attack on Hospital Train near
Samnangjin (8/24/50) R-BA-101
Samsu
Task Force Kingston
(ZZ/22/50 to ZZ/29/50) R-BA-41
Sandy Ridge
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(10/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Sanitation
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
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Sa t a e -r i
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Satae-ri
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
SCAP
see Supreme Commander for Allied Powers
Scarecrow
see Operation Scarecrow
Scrap metals
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Sea transport
see also Blockades
see also Harbors and ports
see also Longshoremen
see also Shipbuilding and repair
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions
(EUSAK) S-AD
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5; to 7/31/53) S-AW
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Security classification of documents
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Security measures
see also Security classification of documents
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7/50 to 4/52) S-AK
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-Al
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(S/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Seoul
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (1/1/51 to 1/4/51) R-BA-76
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from Seoul
(6/50 to 1/51) S-AT
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38 th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/5J ro 10/51) R-BA-71
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/51 to 6/51) R-BA-8
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Services
see Quartermaster services
Shipbuilding and repair
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7/31/53) S-AW
Shipping
see Sea transport
Showdown
see Operation Showdown
Signals and signaling
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 (o 7 /57 ,) S-AI
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(«/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7 /53) S-AZ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Signs and symbols
see Markings and insignia
see Signals and signaling
Sinchon
Twin Tunnels (7 /29/57 to 2/16/51) R-BA-84
Singaipajin
Task Force Kingston
(7 7 /22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
Sinpori
Medical Company Under Attack
(5/27 /57 ) R-BA-44
Smack
see Operation Smack
Smoke screens
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/57 to 6/57 ) R-BA-8
Snap
see Operation Snap
Snare
see Operation Snare
Sobang
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/57 ) R-BA-2
Operation Doughnut (7 /57 ) R-BA-3
Soksa-ri
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/7 5/57 ) R-BA-15
Songchi Mountain
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/7 3/57 to 3/20/57 ) R-BA-30
Songso-dong
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50) R-BA-70
South America
see Colombia
Southeast Asia
see Philippines
see Thailand
Soviet Union
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/57 ) S-XB
Military History of Korea S-XA
Soyang
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/57 ) R-BA-57
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/7 6/57 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Soyang River
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/57 ) R-BA-19
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/57 to 5/57 ) R-BA-58
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/7 0/57 to 6/7 /57 ) R-BA-62
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/57 ) R-BA-54
Steel
see Iron and steel
Strafing
see Aerial bombing and strafing
Sukchon
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7 /57 ) S-.4G
Sunchon
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(7 7 /24/50 to 7 2/7 /50) R-BA-64
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7 /57 ) S-/1G
Supreme Commander for Allied Powers
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 to 4/52) S-AK
Swing
see Operation Swing
T-Bone Complex
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 7 0/7 7 /52) S-DF
Operation Smack (7 /7 2/53 to 7 /25/53) R-BA-94
Tactics
Enemy Tactics S-AL
Taedong River
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(7 7 /30/50 to 7 2/4/50) R-BA-73
Taegu
Hill 902 (4/22/57 to 4/23/57 ) R-BA-14
Taejon
Withdrawal from Taejon (7 /20/50) R-BA-50
Taepyong-ni
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
(7 /7 6/50) R-BA-49
Tanks
see also Antitank guns
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(7 7 /29/50 to 7 2/6/50) R-BA-69
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
(7 /7 0/53 to 7 /30/53) S-DH
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/57 ) R-BA-33
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by 57 th
Ordnance Recovery Company
(7 0/5/57 ) R-BA-72
Task Force Byorum
Task Force Byorum
(5/7 7 /57 to 5/7 9/57 ) R-BA-35
Task Force Gerhardt
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/57 ) R-BA-54
Task Force Growdon
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/5/ to 3/29/57 ) R-BA-1
Task Force Growdon
(3/27 /57 to 3/27 /57 ) R-BA-63
Task Force Kingston
Task Force Kingston
(7 7 /22/50 to 7 7 /29/50) R-BA-41
Task Force Lindy Lou
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/57 ) R-BA-36
Task Force Sturman
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 to 7 0/57 ) R-BA-48
Taxation
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 to 7 /37 /53) S-AW
Teal Bridge
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (7 0/52 to 7 /53) S-DK
Telephone and telephone equipment
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/57 ) R-BA-19
Terrain
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(7 0/7 6/52 to 7 0/20/52) S-DD
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/7 0/53 to 2/7 3/53) S-DJ
Enemy Tactics 5-,4X.
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /7 3/50 to 7 /27 /53) S-EA-1
Order of Battle: ROK Corps
(7 /5/50 to 7 /27 /53) S-EA-2
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 to 7 0/7 5/52) 5-DG
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict SvliV
Territorial claims
see ü7 so Boundaries
Thailand
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7 /57 ) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
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Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Ya l u Ri ve r
Tokchol-li
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/51 to 9/6/51) R-BA-9
Toksan-ni
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to 11/17/51) R-BA-86
Tomahawk
see Operation Tomahawk
Tomyong-dong
Defense of Outpost Eerie
(3/21/52 to 3/22/52) R-BA-82
Tong-myon
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
(7/15/51 to 9/8/51) R-BA-25
Topography
see Boundaries
see Terrain
Touchdown
see Operation Touchdown
Training
see Military training
Transport
see also Air transport
see also Cargo
see also Convoys
see also Land transport
see also Sea transport
see also Transportation equipment and facilities
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to ¡2/23/53) S-AF
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Transportation equipment and facilities
see also Bridges
see also Harbors and ports
see also Helicopters
see also Highways and roads
see also Military aircraft
see also Military vehicles
see also Pipelines
see also Railroads
see also Tanks
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 to 8/31/51) S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 to 7/53) S-AZ
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Treaties and conventions
see also Geneva Convention of 1949
Military History of Korea S-XA
Trenches
see Entrenchment
Tuji-ri
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/51) R-BA-68
Turkey
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(11/20/50 to 12/13/50) R-BA-98
Twin Tunnels, Sinchon
Twin Tunnels (1/29/51 to 2/16/51) R-BA-84
Uijongbu
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to 11/17/51) R.BA-86
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
UN Civil Assistance Command
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53) S-AX
UN Command Military Armistice
Commission
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group (7/51 to 2/53) S-AP
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AQ
UN Korean Reconstruction Agency
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7/51 to 7/53) S-AX
UN Reception Center
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces S-AC
UNC-MAC
see UN Command Military Armistice Commission
Uniforms
Enemy Materiel, Including Enemy Weapons and
Equipment S-AM
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Problems in Utilization of United Nations
Forces 5-^1 C
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (12/52 to 1/53) R-BA-88
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
United Kingdom
see Great Britain
Unsan
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
(10/29/50 to 11/2/50) R-BA-66
U.S. Military Advisory Group to the Republic
of Korea
Military History of Korea S-X4
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Waegwan
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
(8/9/50 to 8/10/50) R-BA-U
Wages and salaries
see also Military pay and allowances
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7 /57 ro 7/53) SAX
Walker, Walton H.
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
War casualties
see also Civilian casualties
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Casualty Reporting (7/51 to 7/53) S-AV
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R.BA-28
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
Korean War History (5/50 to 6/51) S-XB
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /57 ro 7 /53; S-/U.C
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7/53) S-AZ
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Personnel Problems (6/50 to 7/51) S-AB
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R.BA-60
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (7 2/52 lo 1/53) R-BA-88
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 ro 7 0/7 5/52; S-DG
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-^iV
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
War crimes
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations
(7/13/50 to 9/1/52) S-DB
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7 /57 ro 7/53) S-AQ
War damages
Korean War History (5/50 ro 6/57 ; S-XB
War prisoners
see Prisoners of war
Warfare
see Chemical warfare
see Combat
see Guerrilla warfare
Water supply and use
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group (7 /57 to 2/51) R-BA-21
Waterways
see Harbors and ports
see under names of specific waterways (listed under
Rivers and waterways)
Weapons
see Military weapons
Weather
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 ro 10/11/52) S-DF
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(7 0/7 6/52 ro 7 0/20/52; S-DD
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/10/53 to 2/13/53) S-DI
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (7 2/52 ro 1/53) R-BA-88
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group (7 /57 ro 2/57 ; R-BA-21
Wonju
Action at Wonju (7 /7 /57 ro 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/57 ; R-BA-96
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group (7 /57 ro 2/57 ; R-BA-21
Withdrawal from Wonju
(7 /6/57 ro 7 /7 /57 ; R-BA-27
Wyoming Line
see Line Wyoming
X-Ray Bridge
see Libby Bridge
Yalu River
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
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Ya ng Yu Cha n
Ind e x by Subje c t s a nd Na m e s
Yang Yu Chan
Korean Armistice Negotiations
(7751 to 7/53) S-AQ
Yokkok Chon River
see also Yokkok Chon River Valley
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (10/6/52 to 10/15/52) S-DC
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol
(2/22/53 to 2/23/53) R-BA-93
Yokkok Chon River Valley
Christmas Patrol (12/25/51) R-BA-81
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/10/53 to 2/13/53) S-Dl
Platoon Raiding Patrol
(12/19/51 to 12/20/51) R-BA-80
Yonchon
Night Combat Patrol by Company K, 15th
Infantry Regiment
(4/16/52 to 4/17/52) R-BA-90
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by 57 th
Ordnance Recovery Company
(10/5/51) R-BA-72
Yongdae
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Yongdungpo
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/51 to 10/51) R-BA-71
Yongsong-ni
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
Yoshida, Shigeru !
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
(7 /50 to 4/52) S-AK
Yu Kyong Su
History of the North Korean Army S-DU
Yusong
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
(7/16/50) R-BA-49
Zones
see Demilitarized zone
see Drop zones
see Korean Communications Zone
30 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s
Airborne units
see Battalions, Airborne Field Artillery
see Regiments, Airborne Infantry
Ambulance units
see Companies, Ambulance
see Detachments, Medical Helicopter Ambulance
Ammunition units
see Companies, Ordnance Ammunition
Anti-aircraft units
see Battalions, Anti-Aircraft Artillery
see Battalions, Anti-Aircraft Automatic Weapons
Armored units
see Battalions, Armored Field Artillery
Artillery units
see Battalions, Airborne Field Artillery
see Battalions, Anti-Aircraft Artillery
see Battalions, Armored Field Artillery
see Battalions, Field Artillery
see Regiments, Marine Field Artillery
Battalions, Airborne Field Artillery
-674th
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
Battalions, Anti-Aircraft Artillery
-15th
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
-52nd
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
-92nd
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
(10/29/50 to 11/2/50) R-BA-66
Battalions, Anti-Aircraft Automatic Weapons
-82nd
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/11/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Battalions, Armored Field Artillery
-58th
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
-92nd
Artillery in Perimeter Defense (4/24/51) R-BA-37
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
-213th
Artillery in Perimeter Defense (4/24/51) R-BA-37
-999th
Action at Pobwon-ni
(4/22/51 to 4/24/51) R-BA-67
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
(4/22/51) R-BA-68
Battalions, Chemical Mortar
-2nd
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/51) R-BA-33
Battalions, Engineer
see also Battalions, Engineer Combat
see also Battalions, Engineer Construction
-10th
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Battalions, Engineer Combat
-2nd
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
(7/15/51 to 9/8/51) R-BA-25
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to ¡0/51) R-BA-48
Recon Dailey (4/2/51 to 4/8/51) R-BA-26
Withdrawal from Wonju
(1/6/51 to 1/7/51) R-BA-27
-3rd
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/17/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
-8th
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Task Force Crombez (2/15/51) R-BA-29
-11 th
Black Cat Number One
(7/6/51 to 8/1/51) R-BA-17
-13th
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
Task Force Kingston
(¡1/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
-14th
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (¡/¡/5¡ to 1/4/51) R-BA-76
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/5¡) R-BA-1
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/5¡ to 3/27/5¡) R-BA-63
-15th
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (¡2/52 to ¡/53) R-BA-88
-36th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (¡/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
-65th
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
-74th
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/51) R-BA-33
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
-185th
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/51 to 5/51) R-BA-58
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group (1/51 to 2/51) R-BA-21
-194th
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
Battalions, Engineer Construction
-84th
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
-439th
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
-453rd
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(l¡/¡/5¡ to ¡l/17/5¡) R-BA-86
Battalions, Field Artillery
see also Battalions, Airborne Field Artillery
see also Battalions, Armored Field Artillery
-4th
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
-11th
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/5!) R-BA-47
-15th
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/5¡ to 10/51) R-BA-55
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/51) R-BA-57
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/H/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Peaceful Valley (5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
-17th
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(H/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
-37 th
Action at Wonju (l/l/5¡ to 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/5¡ to 9/5¡) R-BA-47
Heartbreak Ridge (9/5¡ to ¡0/5¡) R-BA-48
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
-38th
Action at Wonju (1/1/51 to 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(10/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/5¡) R-BA-47
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
-39th
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/5¡) R-BA-55
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
-48th
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(¡0/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
-57 th
Chosin Reservoir
(11/24/50 to 11/30/50) R-BA-43
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
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Ba t t a l i o ns , F i e l d A r t i l l e r y
(-61s t )
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s
-6 ht
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Hill 312 (1/28/51 to 1/30/51) R-BA-32
-63rd
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7/4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
-82nd
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
-96th
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
-99th
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
(7 0/29/50 ro 11/2/50) R-BA-66
-159th
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(11/20/50 to 12/13/50) R-BA-98
-213th
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (JO/6/52 ro 10/15/52) S-DG
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/51) R-BA-33
-503rd
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/11/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G (2/13/51 to 2/15/51) R-BA-74
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
-955th
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (JO/6/52 to 10/15/52) S-DG
-987th
Artillery in Perimeter Defense (4/24/51) R-BA-37
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
-999th
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Battalions, Heavy Tank
-64th
Operation Doughnut (7/51) R-BA-3
Battalions, Medical
-7 th
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (J0/J4/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
-24th
Innovations in the Medical and Dental Services
(J/5J ro J2/5JJ R-BA-42
-163rd
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (J/5J to 12/51) R-BA-46
Battalions, Medium Tank
-6th
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/51) R-BA-99
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
Task Force Crombez (2/J5/5J) R-BA-29
Task Force Growdon
(3/2J/5J to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
-64th
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/5J ro 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (JO/6/52 ío J0/J5/52) S-DG
-73rd
Operation Smack (J/J2/53 ro J/25/55J R-BA-94
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (JO/6/52 ro J0/J5/52; S-DG
-89th
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/S/5J fo 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Mechanical name Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
(J/J0/5J ro J/J0/53J SDH
Battalions, Military Police
-772nd
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5J ro 7/53) S-AA.B
Battalions, Ordnance
-66th
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50J R-BA-70
-74th
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to 11/17/51) R-BA-86
Battalions, Port
-14th
Salvage in Korea (7 /5 J ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Battalions, Signal
-Wht
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/5JJ R-BA-19
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (J/5J ro J2/5J; R-BA-46
VHF Relay on Hill 1157
(5/24/5J ío 5/25/5JJ R-BA-18
Battalions, Tank
-64th
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
-70th
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/5J ro 9/6/5JJ R-BA-9
Hill 312 (1/28/51 to 1/30/51) R-BA-32
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
(8/13/51 to 8/17/51) R-BA-4
Task Force Crombez (2/J5/5J; R-BA-29
-72nd
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/5J; R-BA-57
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(S/5J ro 9/51) R-BA-47
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/51) R-BA-33
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
Battalions, Transportation Railway Operating
-712th
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5 J ro 7 /53) S-AA.B
-714th
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang (9/50 ro J0/5J) R-BA-77
-724th
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5 J ro 7 /53) S-^M-B
Battalions, Transportation Railway Shop
-765th
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5 J ro 7 /53) S-AA.B
Battalions, Transportation Truck
-52nd
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/J0/5J ro 6/7 /5JJ JÎ-B^-62
Cavalry units
see Divisions, Cavalry
see Regiments, Cavalry
Chemical units
see Battalions, Chemical Mortar
see Companies, Chemical Service
see Companies, Chemical Smoke Generator
Combat units
see Battalions, Engineer Combat
Commands, Logistical
-2nd
Indigenous Labor in Korea (7 /5J ro 7/53) S-AX
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /5JJ S-AI
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7 /5 J ro 7 /53) SviAC
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7 /53) S-AZ
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/5J ro 7 /3J/53) S-AW
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /J3/50 ro 7/27/53) S-EA-1
Organization of the Korean Communications Zone
(KCOMZ) S-DJ
Salvage in Korea (7 /5 J ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Transportation of Supplies (7 /5 J ro 7 /53) S-AA.B
Companies, Ambulance
-584th
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/5 J) R-BA-45
Companies, Chemical Service
-92nd
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/5 J to 6/51) R-BA-8
Companies, Chemical Smoke Generator
-68th
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/5 J ro 6/5 J) R-BA-8
-69th
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/5 J ro 6/5 J) R-BA-8
-338th
Helicopters in Korea (7 /5 J ro 5/53) S-AJ
-375th
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/5 J ro 6/5 J) R-BA-8
-388th
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/5 J ro 6/5 J) R-BA-8
Companies, Engineer Light Equipment
-323rd
Black Cat Number One
(7 /6/5 J ro 8/1/51) R-BA-17
-630th
Building Concrete Culverts, 630th Engineer Light
Equipment Company (6/51) R-BA-22
Companies, Engineer Port Construction
-50th
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company
(J/5J ro J0/5J) R-BA-23
Companies, Medical Clearing
-629th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (J/5J ro J2/5J) R-BA-46
Companies, Military Police
-622nd
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50) R-BA-70
Companies, Ordnance Ammunition
-69 th
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Companies, Ordnance Depot
-44th
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu
(11/1/51 to 11/17/51) R-BA-86
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(¡1/29/50 to 12/6/50) R-BA-69
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Index by American Military Units De po t s , Qua r t e r m a s t e r Ba s e
(- 443r d )
Companies, Ordnance Medium Maintenance
-19th
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
-38th
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea (6/51 to 10/51) R-BA-71
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band (9/20/50) R-BA-70
-328th
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Companies, Ordnance Recovery
-57th
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(11/29/50 to 12/6/50) R-BA-69
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by 57 th
Ordnance Recovery Company
(10/5/51) R-BA-72
Companies, Quartermaster Airborne Air
Supply and Packaging
-2348th
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) SAG
Companies, Quartermaster Bath
-821st
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Companies, Quartermaster Graves
Registration Service
-114th
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
-148th
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
-293rd
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
-392nd
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
-565th
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 w 12/23/53) S-AF
Companies, Quartermaster Laundry
-549th
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Companies, Quartermaster Reclamation and
Maintenance
-505r/i
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Companies, Quartermaster Service
see also Companies, Quartermaster Bath
see also Companies, Quartermaster Graves
Registration Service
see also Companies, Quartermaster Laundry
see also Companies, Quartermaster Reclamation
and Maintenance
-2nd
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
-545th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
Companies, Ranger Infantry
-4th
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/5/ to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
-8th
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/5;; R-BA-99
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
Companies, Reconnaissance
-7th
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
Task Force Kingston
(11/22/50 to 11/29/50) R-BA-41
Companies, Transportation
-6th
Helicopters in Korea (7 /57 to 8/53) S-AJ
-13th
Helicopters in Korea (7 /57 to 8/53) S-AJ
Construction units
see Battalions, Engineer Construction
see Groups, Engineer Construction
Corps
-/
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (7 0/52 to 7/53) S-DK
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul (7 /7 /57 to 1/4/51) R-BA-76
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/S/57 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
(5/30/52 to 6/1/52) S-DA
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ! o 7 /57 ; S-AI
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Operation Clam Up (2/52J R-BA-12
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Little Switch (7 /57 ro 5/53) S-DQ
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation Points,
425th Transportation Traffic Regulation Group,
U.S. I Corps Sector
(2/6/57 ro 7/1/51) R-BA-78
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/57 ro 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /7 3/50 ro 7 /27 /53J S-EA-1
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
(9/5/57 fo 9/7/51) R-BA-10
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(7 7 /29/50 lo 12/6/50) R-BA-69
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/57 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict 5-^iV
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea (3/57 ro 6/57 ; R-BA-8
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/57 ; R-BA-33
Task Force Growdon
(3/27 /57 ro 3/27 /57 ; R-BA-63
-IX
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/17/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/57 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/7 3/57 ro 3/20/57 ; R-BA-30
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(7 0/7 6/52 (o 7 0/20/52; S-DD
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/57 ; R.BA-19
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ; S-AI
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (7 0/7 4/52 ro 7 0/25/52; S-DL
Operation Clam Up (2/52; R-BA-12
Older of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
(7 7 /29/50 to 7 2/6/50; R-BA-69
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 to 10/15/52) S-DG
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-^TV
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (7 /57 ro 7 2/57 ; R-BA-46
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare
(7 /7 0/53 to 7 /30/53; S-DH
Tanks Above Kapyong (4/57 ; R-BA-33
Task Force Byorum
(5/7 7 /57 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
Task Force Crombez (2/7 5/57 ; R-BA-29
Task Force Hazel (5/23/57 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/57 ; R-BA-36
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(7 7 /20/50 to 12/13/50) R-BA-98
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/57 ; R-BA-45
-X
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/57 ro 7 0/57 ; R-BA-55
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(S/57 ro 9/57 ; R-BA-47
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade (9/57 ; R-BA-19
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(7 2/57 ; R-BA-24
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 to 7 0/57 ; R-BA-48
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 ro 7 /57 ; S-AI
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command)
(8/25/50 ro a/37 /57 ; S-AE
Logistics in the Korean Operations
(6/50 ro 7 /53; S-AZ
Operation Clam Up (2/52; R-BA-12
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/57 ro 9/57 ; R-BA-59
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1
Recon Dailey (4/2/57 ro 4/S/57 ; R-BA-26
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-^7 V
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/7 0/57 ro 6/7 /57 ; R-BA-62
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Withdrawal from Wonju
(7 /6/57 to 1/7/51) R-BA-27
Depots, Engineer Base
-552nd
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53; S-AA.A
Depots, Medical Base
-60th
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53; S-AA.A
Depots, Ordnance Base
-226th
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53; S-AA.A
Depots, Quartermaster Base
-55th
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions (6/25/57 ro 7/31/53) S-AW
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53; S-AA.A
-443rd
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53; S-AA.A
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 33
De po t s , Si gna l Ba s e
(-520t h)
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s
Depots, Signal Base
-520th
Salvage in Korea (7/51 to 9/53) S-AA.A
Detachments, Historical
-ist
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-2nd
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-3th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-4th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-5th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-6th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-7 th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-8th
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
Detachments, Medical
-10th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
Detachments, Medical Helicopter Ambulance
-37th
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
-49th
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
-50th
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
-52nd
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
Detachments, Quartermaster Office Machine
Repair
-580th
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 (4/51 to 9/51) R-BA-59
Dispensaries, General
-546th
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Divisions, Cavalry
-1st
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
(8/9/50 to 8/10/50) R-BA-11
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
(10/29/50 to 11/2/50) R-BA-66
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/51 to 9/6/51) R-BA-9
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to ¡2/23/53) S-AF
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
(9/5/51 to 9/7/51) R-BA-10
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
(8/13/51 to 8/17/51) R-BA-4
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Divisions, Infantry
-2nd
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
(7/15/51 to 9/8/51) R-BA-25
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
(11/24/50 to 12/1/50) R-BA-64
Action at Wonju (1/1/51 to 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/51) R-BA-57
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(10/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/11/51 to 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G (2/13/51 to 2/15/51) R-BA-74
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Swing (4/4/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Peaceful Valley (5/16/51 to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-60
Recon Dailey (4/2/51 to 4/8/51) R-BA-26
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
Twin Tunnels (1/29/51 to 2/16/51) R-BA-84
Withdrawal from Wonju
(1/6/51 to 1/7/51) R-BA-27
-3rd
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/51 to 10/6/51) R-BA-61
Christmas Patrol (12/25/51) R-BA-81
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam
(12/51) R-BA-24
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry (4/3/53) R-BA-95
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Operation Clam Up (2/52; R-BA-12
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Operation Doughnut (7/51) R-BA-3
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Platoon Raiding Patrol
(12/19/51 to 12/20/51) R-BA-80
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Supply Battle of the Soyang River
(5/10/51 to 6/7/51) R-BA-62
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
-7 th
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(10/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Chosin Reservoir
(11/24/50 to 11/30/50) R-BA-43
Combat Outpost (4/19/51 to 4/22/51) R-BA-13
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/10/53 to 2/13/53) S-DI
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
^6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Hill 902 (4/22/51 to 4/23/51) R-BA-14
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Medical Company Under Attack
(5/27/51) R-BA-44
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) SDL
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Smack (1/12/53 to 1/25/53) R-BA-94
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost
(10/12/52 to 10/13/52) R-BA-89
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol
(2/22/53 to 2/23/53) R-BA-93
Task Force Hazel (5/23/51 to 5/26/51) R-BA-38
-24th
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/51) R-BA-99
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang
(11/30/50 to 12/4/50) R-BA-73
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Innovations in the Medical and Dental Services
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-42
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7 /4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
Medical Company Under Attack
(5/27 /5JJ R-BA-44
Objective Queen (6/26/51) R-BA-16
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict SvliV
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Task Force Byorum
(5/17/51 to 5/19/51) R-BA-35
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(;j/20/50 ro ;2/;3/50) R-BA-98
VHF and Radio Installation at Headquarters, 24th
Infantry Division
(9/29/5J to 10/6/51) R-BA-20
-25th
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 to 4/4/52) R-BA-91
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/8/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-65
Helicopters in Korea (7 /51 to 8/53) S-AJ
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations (6/50 to 7/51) S-AI
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
(8/24/51) R-BA-6
Night Defense of a Listening Post by Company E,
35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/8/52 to 4/9/52) R-BA-87
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry Division
(5/26/52J R-BA-100
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
34 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s
Qua r t e r m a s t e r uni t s
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (12/52 to 1/53) R-BA-8
Special Problems in the Korean Conflict S-AN
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 ro 4/30/51) S-AS
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group
(11/20/50 to 12/13/50) R-BA-98
Twin Tunnels (1/29/51 to 2/16/51) R-BA-84
-40th
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7/13/50 to 7/27/53) S-EA-1
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-45th
Defense of Outpost Eerie
(3/21/52 to 3/22/52) R-BA-82
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
f5/i0/52 ro 6/Í/52; S-DA
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army
(7 /;3/50 fo 7/27/53) S-EA-1;
(1/51 to 12/51) S-EA-3
Divisions, Marine
-Ist
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
I Corps Counterbattery Operations
(5/30/52 to 6/1/52) S-DA
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Engineer units
see Battalions, Engineer
see Battalions, Engineer Combat
see Companies, Engineer Light Equipment
see Companies, Engineer Port Construction
see Depots, Engineer Base
see Groups, Engineer
see Groups, Engineer Construction
Field artillery units
see Battalions, Airborne Field Artillery
see Battalions, Armored Field Artillery
see Battalions, Field Artillery
see Regiments, Marine Field Artillery
Groups, Engineer
-8224th
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group (4/51 to 5/51) R-BA-58
Winterizadon of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group (1/51 to 2/51) R-BA-21
Groups, Engineer Construction
-2nd
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River (10/52 to 7/53) S-DK
-32nd
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion (4/51) R-BA-96
Groups, Transportation Traffic Regulation
-425th
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation Points,
425th Transportation Traffic Regulation Group,
U.S. I Corps Sector
(2/6/57 ro 7/1/51) R-BA-78
Helicopter units
see Detachments, Medical Helicopter Ambulance
see Units, Helicopter
Historical units
see Detachments, Historical
Hospital units
see Hospitals, Evacuation
see Hospitals, Field
see Hospitals, Mobile Army Surgical
see Hospitals, Surgical
Hospitals, Evacuation
-11th
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area (1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-46
-121st
Operation Little Switch (7/51 to 5/53) S-DQ
Hospitals, Field
-64th
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War
(7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.C
Hospitals, Mobile Army Surgical
-8055th
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN
-8063rd
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN
-8076th
Innovations in the Medical and Dental Services
(1/51 to 12/51) R-BA-42
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7/50 to 2/53) S-DN
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
(9/51) R-BA-45
-8224th
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Hospitals, Surgical
-43rd
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
-44th
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
-45th
Operation Little Switch (7 /5i ro 5/53) S-DQ
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
-46th
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 fo 2/53J S-DN
-47 th
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 ro 2/53) S-DN
-48th
Surgical Hospital in Korea (7 /50 to 2/53) S-DN
Infantry units
see Companies, Ranger Infantry
see Divisions, Infantry
see Regiments, Airborne Infantry
see Regiments, Infantry
Logistical units
see Commands, Logistical
Marine units
see Divisions, Marine
see Regiments, Marine
see Regiments, Marine Field Artillery
Medical units
see Battalions, Medical
see Companies, Medical clearing
see Depots, Medical Base
see Detachments, Medical
see Detachments, Medical Helicopter Ambulance
see Dispensaries, General
see Hospitals, Evacuation
see Hospitals, Field
see Hospitals, Mobile Army Surgical
see Hospitals, Surgical
Military police units
see Battalions, Military Police
see Companies, Military Police
Ordnance units
see Battalions, Ordnance
see Companies, Ordnance Ammunition
see Companies, Ordnance Depot
see Companies, Ordnance Medium Maintenance
see Companies, Ordnance Recovery
see Depots, Ordnance Base
Platoons, Infantry Scout Dog
-26th
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea
(2/21/52 to 10/30/52) S-DE
Platoons, Quartermaster Graves Registration
Service
-108th
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 ro 12/23/53) S-AF
Port units
see Battalions, Port
see Companies, Engineer Port Construction
see Ports, Transportation Major
see Ports, Transportation Medium
Ports, Transportation Major
-7 th
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Transportation of Supplies (7 /57 ro 7/53) S-AA.B
Ports, Transportation Medium
-21st
Salvage in Korea (7 /57 ro 9/53) S-AA.A
Maintenance units
see Companies, Ordnance Medium Maintenance
see Companies, Quartermaster Reclamation and
Maintenance
Quartermaster units
see Companies, Quartermaster Airborne Air Supply
and Packaging
see Companies, Quartermaster Bath
see Companies, Quartermaster Graves Registration
Service
see Companies, Quartermaster Laundry
see Companies, Quartermaster Reclamation and
Maintenance
see Companies, Quartermaster Service
see Depots, Quartermaster Base
see Detachments, Quartermaster Office Machine
Repair
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 35
Ra i l wa y uni t s
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s
Railway units
see Battalions, Transportation Railway Operating
see Battalions, Transportation Railway Shop
see Services, Transportation Military Railway
Ranger units
see Companies, Ranger Infantry
Reconnaissance units
see Companies, Reconnaissance
Regiments, Airborne Infantry
-187th
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/51) R-BA-S7
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
Support and Participation
(6/25/50 to 4/30/51) S-AS
Task Force Gerhardt (5/24/51) R-BA-54
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
Regiments, Cavalry
-5th
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
(8/9/50 to 8/10/50) R-BA-11
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
(9/5/51 to 9/6/51) R-BA-9
Hill 312 (1/28/51 to 1/30/51) R-BA-32
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
(8/13/51 to 8/17/51) R-BA-4
Task Force Crombez (2/15/51) R-BA-29
-7 th
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan
(8/9/50 to 8/10/50) R-BA-11
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line
(3/13/51 to 3/20/51) R-BA-30
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri
(9/22/51) R-BA-5
Hwachon Dam (4/11/51) R-BA-34
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
(9/5/57 to 9/7/51) R-BA-10
-8th
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division
(10/29/50 to 11/2/50) R-BA-66
Battalion Raid (8/17/51 to 8/18/51) R-BA-7
Regiments, Infantry
-7 th
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
(12/11/51 to 12/12/51) R-BA-79
Operation Tomahawk
(3/22/51 to 3/29/51) R-BA-1
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/51 to 4/25/51) R-BA-97
Task Force Growdon
(3/21/51 to 3/27/51) R-BA-63
-9th
Action at Wonju (1/1/51 to 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-55
Attack on Hill 451 (6/2/51) R-BA-57
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(i 0/9/52 to ¡0/11/52) S-DF
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Heartbreak Ridge (9/51 to 10/51) R-BA-48
Peaceful Valley (5/7 6/5/ to 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-14th
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-15th
Action on Outpost 117
(8/13/52 to 8/15/52) R-BA-92
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/57 ro 7 0/6/57 ,) R-BA-61
Christmas Patrol (12/25/51) R-BA-81
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry (4/3/53) R-BA-95
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area
(6/51) R-BA-2
Night Combat Patrol by Company K, 15th
Infantry Regiment
(4/7 6/52 to 4/17/52) R-BA-90
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Operation Commando
(10/3/51 to 10/19/51) S-DC
Platoon Raiding Patrol
(7 2/7 9/57 ro 7 2/20/57 J R-BA-80
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-;7 í7 ¡
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(10/16/52 to 10/20/52) S-DD
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (7 0/7 4/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Clam Up (2/52J R-BA-12
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost
(7 0/7 2/52 to 10/13/52) R-BA-89
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Task Force Kingston
(7 7 /22/50 to 7 7 /29/50; R-BA-41
-19th
Action at Chinju (7 /37 /50,1 R-BA-53
Action on the General Defense Line
(5/7 7 /57 to 5/18/51) R-BA-40
Chinese New Year Offensive (1/3/51) R-BA-51
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
(7/16/50) R-BA-49
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7 /4/50 to 7/16/50) R-BA-52
Objective Queen (6/26/51) R-BA-16
Withdrawal from Taejon (7 /20/50J R-BA-50
-21st
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) (4/25/51) R-BA-99
Medical Company Under Attack
(5/27/51) R-BA-44
Task Force Lindy Lou (5/51) R-BA-36
-23rd
Action at Wonju (7 /J/57 to 2/11/51) R-BA-31
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/57 ro 7 0/57 ; R-BA-55
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 to 10/11/52) S-DF
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/7 6/57 ro 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(S/57 ro 9/57 ; R-BA-47
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G (2/13/51 to 2/15/51) R-BA-74
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ; R-BA-48
Helicopter Evacuation
(7 /26/57 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Operation Swing (4/4/57 ro 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Recon Dailey (4/2/57 ro 4/Ä/57 ; R-BA-26
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Task Force Crombez (2/7 5/57 ; R-BA-29
Twin Tunnels (7 /29/57 ro 2/7 6/57 ; R-BA-84
-24th
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
(4/«/57 ro 4/13/51) R-BA-65
-27 th
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-29th
Action at Chinju (7/31/50) R-BA-53
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 ro 7 0/7 5/52) S-DG
-30th
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) (7 0/6/52 ro 7 0/7 5/52) S-DG
-31st
Chosin Reservoir
(11/24/50 to 11/30/50) R-BA-43
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (10/14/52 to 10/25/52) S-DL
Operation Smack (7 /7 2/53 ro 7 /25/53; R-BA-94
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-32nd
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell
(7 0/7 6/52 ro 7 0/20/52; S-DD
Chosin Reservoir
(7 7 /24/50 ro 11/30/50) R-BA-43
Combat Outpost (4/7 9/57 ro 4/22/51) R-BA-13
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol
(2/7 0/53 ro 2/7 3/53; S-DI
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) (3/15/51) R-BA-15
Hill 107 3, a Double Envelopment
(6/7 3/57 ro 6/7 4/57 ) R-BA-39
Hill 902 (4/22/57 ro 4/23/57 ; R-BA-14
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 (7 0/7 4/52 ro 7 0/25/52; S-DL
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol
(2/22/53 ro 2/23/53; R-BA-93
Task Force Hazel (5/23/57 ro 5/26/57 ; R-BA-38
Task Force Kingston
(7 7 /22/50 ro 7 7 /29/50) R-BA-41
-34th
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
(7 /4/50 ro 7 /7 6/50) R-BA-52
Withdrawal from Taejon (7 /20/50) R-BA-50
-35th
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th'Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/3/52 ro 4/4/52; R-BA-91
Night Defense of a Listening Post by Company E,
35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
(4/Ä/52 ro 4/9/52; R-BA-87
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Rifle Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division (7 2/52 ro 7 /53; R-BA-88
-38th
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
(7 /7 5/57 ro 9/S/57 ) S-B^-25
Action at Wonju (7 /7 /57 ro 2/7 7 /57 ) R-BA-31
Action on Heartbreak Ridge
(9/57 ro 7 0/57 ) R-BA-55
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone
(7 0/9/52 ro 10/11/52) S-DF
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra
(5/7 6/57 ro 5/18/51) R-BA-75
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(S/57 ro 9/57 ; R-BA-47
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong
(2/7 7 /57 ro 2/12/51) R-BA-83
Heartbreak Ridge (9/57 ro 7 0/57 ; R-BA-48
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Peaceful Valley (5/7 6/57 ro 5/18/51) R-BA-56
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Withdrawal from Wonju
(7 /6/57 ro 7 /7 /57 ) R-BA-27
-65th
Battle of Bloody Angle
(9/24/57 ro 7 0/6/57 ) R-BA-61
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade (4/22/57 ro 4/25/57 ) R-BA-97
-160th
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-i7 9t7 l
Defense of Outpost Eerie
(3/27 /52 ro 3/22/52) R-BA-82
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry Division
(5/26/52) R-BA-100
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-223rd
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
-224th
Operation Clam Up (2/52) R-BA-12
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
-27 9rT!
Regimental Medical Company in Korea S-DO
Regiments, Marine
-5th
Chosin Reservoir
(7 7 /24/50 ro 11/30/50) R-BA-43
36 Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s
Ind e x by A m e r i c a n Mi l i t a r y Uni t s Uni t s , H e l i c o pt e r
(-8192nd )
Operation Swing (4/4/51 to 4/13/51) R-BA-85
Regiments, Marine Field Artillery
-11th
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division
(8/51 to 9/51) R-BA-47
Services, Transportation Military Railway
-3rd
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang (9/50 to 10/51) R-BA-77
Transportation of Supplies (7/51 to 7/53) S-AA.B
Signal units
see Battalions, Signal
see Depots, Signal Base
Smoke generator units
see Companies, Chemical Smoke Generator
Tank units
see Battalions, Heavy Tank
see Battalions, Medium Tank
see Battalions, Tank
Transportation units
see Battalions, Transportation Railway Operating
see Battalions, Transportation Railway Shop
see Battalions, Transportation Truck
see Companies, Transportation
see Groups, Transportation Traffic Regulation
see Ports, Transportation Major
see Ports, Transportation Medium
see Services, Transportation Military Railway
Units, Army
-8081st
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
-8085th
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
-8086th .
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea (10/50 to 1/54) S-DS
-8204th
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
(6/26/50 to 12/23/53) S-AF
-8226th
Helicopters in Korea (7/51 to 8/53) S-AJ
-8247 th
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
(6/50 to 7/51) S-AG
Units, Helicopter
-8192nd
Helicopter Evacuation
(1/26/51 to 8/22/51) R-BA-28
Ko r e a n Wa r St ud i e s a nd A ft e r -A c t i o n Re po r t s 37
Chr o no l o gi c a l Li s t
Aug. 14, 1945 to June 30, 1952
Operation Roll-Up; Operation Rebuild S-AO
May 1950 to June 1951
Korean War History S-XB
June 1950 to Jan. 1951
Evacuation of Refugees and Civilians from Seoul
S-AT
June 1950 t o Jul y 1951
Inter-Allied Co-operation During Combat
Operations S-AI
Personnel Problems S-AB
Problems in the Airdrop of Supplies and Personnel
S-AG
June 1950 to July 1953
Logistics in the Korean Operations S-AZ
June 25, 1950 to Apr. 30, 1951
Support and Participation S-AS
June 25, 1950 to Dec. 31, 1951
Chronology, Korean Conflict S-AR
June 26, 1950 to Dec. 23, 1953
Graves Registration Service in the Korean War
S-AF
July 1950 to Apr. 1952
History of the National Police Reserve of Japan
S-AK
July 1950 to Feb. 1953
Surgical Hospital in Korea S-DN
July 4, 1950 to July 16, 1950
Kum River Line Actions, 24th Infantry Division
R-BA-52
July 5, 1950 to July 27, 1953
Order of Battle: ROK Corps S-EA-2
July 13, 1950 to Sept. 1, 1952
EUSAK Combat Propaganda Operations S-DB
July 13, 1950 to July 27 , 1953
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army S-EA-1
July 16, 1950
Kum River Defense, 19th Infantry Regiment
R-BA-49
July 20, 1950
Withdrawal from Taejon R-BA-50
July 31, 1950
Action at Chinju R-BA-53
Aug. 9, 1950 to Aug. 10, 1950
Action in the Vicinity of Waegwan R-BA-11
Aug. 24, 1950
Guerrilla Attack on Hospital Train near
Samnangjin R-BA-101
Aug. 25, 1950 to Aug. 31, 1951
Logistical Problems and Their Solutions (Japan
Logistical Command) S-AE
Sept. 1950 to Oct. 1951
Activities of the 3rd TMRS During Initial Phase
of Operation and During Period of Withdrawal
from Pyongyang R-BA-7 7
Sept. 20, 1950
Songso-dong: Attack of the 38th Ordnance
Medium Maintenance Company by a Guerrilla
Band R-BA-7 0
Oct. 1950 to Jan. 1954
Chronology of the Historical Detachments in
Korea S-DS
Oct. 29, 1950 to Nov. 2, 1950
Ambush of Battery C, 99th Field Artillery
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division R-BA-66
Nov. 20, 1950 to Dec. 13, 1950
Turkish UN Brigade Advisory Group R-BA-98
Nov. 22, 1950 to Nov. 29, 1950
Task Force Kingston R-BA-41
Nov. 24, 1950 to Nov. 30, 1950
Chosin Reservoir R-BA-43
Nov. 24, 1950 to Dec. 1, 1950
Action at Kunu-ri, 17 th Field Artillery Battalion
R-BA-64
Nov. 29, 1950 to Dec. 6, 1950
Pyongyang: Attempted Evacuation of Disabled
Tanks by Rail by the 57 th Ordnance Recovery
Company during the 1st Chinese Offensive
R-BA-69
Nov. 30, 1950 to Dec. 4, 1950
Evacuation of 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Pyongyang R-BA-7 3
Jan. 1951 to Feb. 1951
Winterization of a Water Point, 8224th Engineer
Group R-BA-21
Jan. 1951 to Oct. 1951
Rehabilitation of Tidal Locks, Inchon, Korea, 50th
Engineer Port Construction Company R-BA-23
Jan. 1951 to Dec. 1951
Innovations in the Medical and Dental Services
R-BA-42
Order of Battle: Eighth U.S. Army S-EA-3
Quartermaster Field Service Platoon in Action
R-BA-60
Survey of Medical Dispensary Facilities in the
Chunchon Area R-BA-46
Jan. 1951 to Dec. 1952
UN Partisan Forces in the Korean Conflict,
1951-1952 (A Study of Their Characteristics and
Operations) S-AU
Jan. 1, 1951 to Jan. 4, 1951
Dismantling and Destruction of Han River Bridges
at Seoul R-BA-7 6
Jan. 1, 1951 to Feb. 11, 1951
Action at Wonju R-BA-31
Jan. 3, 1951
Chinese New Year Offensive R-BA-51
Jan. 6, 1951 to Jan. 7, 1951
Withdrawal from Wonju R-BA-27
Jan. 26, 1951 to Aug. 22, 1951
Helicopter Evacuation R-BA-28
Jan. 28, 1951 to Jan. 30, 1951
Hill 312 R-BA-32
Jan. 29, 1951 to Feb. 16, 1951
Twin Tunnels R-BA-84
Feb. 6, 1951 to July 1, 1951
Operation of Highway Traffic Regulation Points,
425th Transportation Traffic Regulation Group,
U.S. I Corps Sector R-BA-7 8
Feb. 11, 1951 to Feb. 12, 1951
Changbong-ni to Hoengsong R-BA-83
Feb. 13, 1951 to Feb. 15, 1951
Chipyong-ni: Defense of South Sector of 23rd
Regimental Combat Team Perimeter by
Company G R-BA-7 4
Feb. 15, 1951
Task Force Crombez R-BA-29
Mar. 1951 to June 1951
Tactical use of Chemical Smoke Generator
Companies in Korea R-BA-8
Mar. 13, 1951 to Mar. 20, 1951
Breaking the Hongchon Defense Line R-BA-30
Mar. 15, 1951
Grenade Hill (Hill 1286) R-BA-15
Mar. 21, 1951 to Mar. 27, 1951
Task Force Growdon R-BA-63
Mar. 22, 1951 to Mar. 29, 1951
Operation Tomahawk R-BA-1
Apr. 1951
Kilra-Chon Bridge Reconstruction by 439th
Engineer Construction Battalion R-BA-96
Tanks Above Kapyong R-BA-33
Apr. 1951 to May 1951
Engineer Construction of General L. K. Ladue
Bridge, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion and
8224th Engineer Group R-BA-58
Apr. 1951 to Sept. 1951
Operation of 8th Army Quartermaster Service
Center Number 3 R-BA-59
Apr. 2, 1951 to Apr. 8, 1951
Recon Dailey R-BA-26
Apr. 4, 1951 to Apr. 13, 1951
Operation Swing R-BA-85
Apr. 8, 1951 to Apr. 13, 1951
Hantan River Crossing, 24th Infantry Regiment
R-BA-65
Apr. 11, 1951
Hwachon Dam R-BA-34
Apr. 19, 1951 to Apr. 22, 1951
Combat Outpost R-BA-13
Apr. 22, 1951
Hill 128, 999th Armored Field Artillery Battalion
R-BA-68
Apr. 22, 1951 to Apr. 23, 1951
Hill 902 R-BA-14
Apr. 22, 1951 to Apr. 24, 1951
Action at Pobwon-ni R-BA-67
Apr. 22, 1951 to Apr. 25, 1951
Report of Gloucestershire Battalion, 29th British
Brigade R-BA-97
Apr. 24, 1951
Artillery in Perimeter Defense R-BA-37
Apr. 25, 1951
Action on Hill 628, 8th Ranger Infantry Company
(Airborne) R-BA-99
May 1951
Task Force Lindy Lou R-BA-36
May 10, 1951 to June 7, 1951
Supply Battle of the Soyang River R-BA-62
May 16, 1951 to May 18, 1951
Battle of Soyang, Task Force Zebra R-BA-7 5
Peaceful Valley R-BA-56
May 17, 1951 to May 18, 1951
Action on the General Defense Line R-BA-40
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May 17, 1951 to May 19, 1951
(- 5th)
Chr o no l o gi c a l Li s t
May 17, 1951 to May 19, 1951
Task Force Byorum R-BA-35
May 23, 1951 to May 26, 1951
Task Force Hazel R-BA-38
May 24, 1951
Task Force Gerhardt R-BA-54
May 24, 1951 to May 25, 1951
VHF Relay on Hill 1157 R-BA-18
May 27, 1951
Medical Company Under Attack R-BA-44
June 1951
Building Concrete Culverts, 630th Engineer Light
Equipment Company R-BA-22
Hills 7 17 and 682 in "Iron Triangle" Area R-BA-2
June 1951 to Oct. 1951
Field Expedients in the Operation of the 38th
Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company at
Seoul, Korea R-BA-7 1
June 2, 1951
Attack on Hill 451 R-BA-57
June 13 , 1951 t o June 14 , 1951
Hill 107 3, a Double Envelopment R-BA-39
June 25, 1951 to July 31, 1953
Offshore Procurement in Korea: Problems and
Their Solutions S-AW
June 26, 1951
Objective Queen R-BA-16
July 1951
Operation Doughnut R-BA-3
July 1951 to Feb. 1953
Inception and Growth of United Nations
Command Military Armistice Commission
Support Group S-AP
July 1951 to May 1953
Operation Little Switch S-DQ
July 1951 to July 1953
Casualty Reporting S-AV
Indigenous Labor in Korea S-AX
Korean Armistice Negotiations S-AQ
Logistical Support to Prisoners of War S-AA.C
Real Estate Problems and Activities in Korea
S-AY
Transportation of Supplies S-AA.B
July 1951 to Aug. 1953
Helicopters in Korea S-AJ
Jul y 1951 t o S ep t . 1953
Salvage in Korea S-AA.A
July 6, 1951 to Aug. 1, 1951
Black Cat Number One R-BA-17
July 15, 1951 to Sept. 8, 1951
Access Road, 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion
R-BA-25
Aug. 1951 to Sept. 1951
Bloody Ridge, 2nd Infantry Division R-BA-47
Aug. 13, 1951 to Aug. 17, 1951
Successful Defense of Company Patrol Base
R-BA-4
Aug. 17, 1951 to Aug. 18, 1951
Battalion Raid R-BA-7
Aug. 24, 1951
Mechanical Flame Thrower in Action at Yongdae
R-BA-6
Sept. 1951
Construction of Pole Line Between Tempest and
Jade R-BA-19
807 6th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital)
R-BA-45
Sept. 1951 to Oct. 1951
Action on Heartbreak Ridge R-BA-55
Heartbreak Ridge R-BA-48
S ep t . 5, 1951 t o S ep t . 6 , 1951
Defense of Patrol Base West of Imjin River
R-BA-9
Sept. 5, 1951 to Sept. 7, 1951
Patrol Base of Company C, 7 th Cavalry Regiment
R-BA-10
Sept. 22, 1951
Daylight Patrol North of Mago-ri R-BA-5
Sept. 24, 1951 to Oct. 6, 1951
Battle of Bloody Angle R-BA-61
Sept. 29, 1951 to Oct. 6, 1951
VHF and Radio Installation at Headquarters, 24th
Infantry Division R-BA-20
Oct. 3, 1951 to Oct. 19, 1951
Operation Commando S-DC
Oct. 5, 1951
Yonchon: Evacuation of Disabled Tank by 57 th
Ordnance Recovery Company R-BA-7 2
Nov. 1, 1951 to Nov. 17, 1951
Movement of the 44th Ordnance Depot Company
from Toksan-ni to Uijongbu R-BA-86
Dec. 1951
Destruction in Hamhung and Hungnam R-BA-24
Dec. 11, 1951 to Dec. 12, 1951
Night Raiding Patrol, 7 th Infantry Regiment
R-BA-7 9
Dec. 19, 1951 to Dec. 20, 1951
Platoon Raiding Patrol R-BA-80
Dec. 25, 1951
Christmas Patrol R-BA-81
Feb. 1952
Operation Clam Up R-BA-12
Feb. 21, 1952 to Oct. 30, 1952
Observation on the Employment of the 26th
Infantry Scout Dog Platoon in Korea S-DE
Mar. 21, 1952 to Mar. 22, 1952
Defense of Outpost Eerie R-BA-82
Apr. 3, 1952 to Apr. 4, 1952
Combat Patrol, Company A, 35th Infantry
Regiment, 25th Infantry Division R-BA-91
Apr. 8, 1952 to Apr. 9, 1952
Night Defense of a Listening Post by Company E,
35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division
R-BA-87
Apr. 16, 1952 to Apr. 17, 1952
Night Combat Patrol by Company K, 15th
Infantry Regiment R-BA-90
May 26, 1952
Night Defense of Hill 200, 45th Infantry Division
R-BA-100
May 30, 1952 to June 1, 1952
I Corps Counterbattery Operations S-DA
Aug. 13, 1952 to Aug. 15, 1952
Action on Outpost 117 R-BA-92
Oct. 1952 to July 1953
Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges, Imjin
River S-DK
Oct. 6, 1952 to Oct. 15, 1952
Special After-Action Report, Hill 395 (White
Horse Mountain) S-DG
Oct. 9, 1952 to Oct. 11, 1952
Battalion Raid on the T-Bone S-DF
Oct. 12, 1952 to Oct. 13, 1952
Recapture of a ROKA Outpost R-BA-89
Oct. 14, 1952 to Oct. 25, 1952
Medical Planning and Support of Attack on Hill
598 S-DL
Oct. 16, 1952 to Oct. 20, 1952
Chinese Counterattack on Hill Jane Russell S-DD
Dec. 1952 to Jan. 1953
Riñe Company in Winter Defensive Positions,
25th Infantry Division R-BA-88
Jan. 10, 1953 to Jan. 30, 1953
Tank Employment in Positional Warfare S-DH
Jan. 12, 1953 to Jan. 25, 1953
Operation Smack R-BA-94
Feb. 10, 1953 to Feb. 13, 1953
Enemy Assault on an Ambush Patrol S-DI
Feb. 22, 1953 to Feb. 23, 1953
Surprise Attack on a Combat Patrol R-BA-93
Apr. 3, 1953
Enemy Raid on Outpost Harry R-BA-95
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