NKPA I Corps

 

Corps Organization

 

CG  

Rank Name From To Status
LtGen Kim Kwang-hyop 12 Jun 1950 10 Jul 1950 fired
LtGen Kim Ung 10 Jul 1950    

XO
G-1 Personnel
G-2 Intelligence
G-3 Plan sand Operations
G-4 Logistics

 

 

As of September 1, 1950

On the I Corps front, reaching from opposite Taegu southward along the Naktong River, in line from north to south, were the 10th, 2d, 4th, 9th, 7th, and 6th Infantry Divisions. Elements of the 105th Armored Division and the newly arrived 16th Armored Brigade supported these troops. The 16th Armored Brigade, really a regiment, had forty-three new T34 tanks when it left P'yongyang in August to take part in the September offensive. Back of the 6th Division was the 104th Security Brigade.

 

 

 

Divisions

1st Division

3st Division

4st Division

6th Division

105th Armored Brigade

 

I KPA Corps (western zone) 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 6th KPA Divisions, 105th Armored Brigade

 

September 1,  1950

With time running against it, the North Korean High Command prepared a massive co-ordinated offensive all around the Pusan Perimeter for the first of September. As the North Korea People's Army prepared for its great effort, it brought 13 infantry divisions, 1 armored division, 2 armored brigades, and miscellaneous security forces into the line.

On the I Corps front, reaching from opposite Taegu southward along the Naktong River, in line from north to south, were the

10th,

2d,

4th,

9th,

7th, and

6th Infantry Divisions.

Elements of the

105th Armored Division and the newly arrived

16th Armored Brigade supported these troops. The 16th Armored Brigade, really a regiment, had forty-three new T34 tanks when it left P'yongyang in August to take part in the September offensive. Back of the

6th Division was the 104th Security Brigade.