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By 23 July, by pulling together available operational, intelligence, and logistic data, MacArthur’s assistant chief of staff for operations, Brigadier General Edwin K. “Pinky” Wright, and his staff in what was known as the Strategic Planning and Operations Group within Commander in Chief, Far East (CINCFE) headquarters, “had worked up three possible variants for a September landing which, in the form of draft plans, he circulated to the Far East Command staff.”[cmdctl-25] One plan contemplated Inch'ŏn, one Kunsan, and the third Chumunjin (on the east coast).