Unit Details

I R.O.K. Corps

I R.O.K. Corps (aka Task Force Paik:) was raised in the beginning of July 1950. (July 24, 1950)

From 1951 its assigned sector for the remainder of the war saw it anchoring the extreme left flank of the Eighth U.S. Army front on the east coast with the X U.S. Corps on its left flank. It had previously served in this zone during the advance into North Korea. It was the only one of the three ROKA corps to remain active throughout the entire war.

 

July 1950
lst, 2nd, and Capital RO.K. Divisions

 

2nd R.O.K. Division

Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic of Korea)


August 1950
8th and Capital RO.K. Divisions

8th ROK Infantry Division

Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic of Korea)


October 1950
3rd and Capital R.O.K. Divisions

3rd ROK Infantry Division

Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic of Korea)

  


July 1951
3rd, 8th, 11th, and Capital RO.K. Divisions

3rd ROK Infantry Division

8th ROK Infantry Division

11th R.O.K. Division

Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic of Korea)

 

 


August 1951
11th and Capital R.O.K. Divisions

11th R.O.K. Division

Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic of Korea)


May 1952
5th and 11th RO.K. Divisions

5th ROK Infantry Division

11th R.O.K. Division

  


November 1952
5th and 11th RO.K. Divisions

5th ROK Infantry Division

11th R.O.K. Division

 

   no patch for 15thID


April 1953
11th and 15th RO.K. Divisions

11th R.O.K. Division

15th R.O.K. Division

  no patch for 15thID | no patch for 21stID


27 July 1953
15th and 21st RO.K. Divisions

15th R.O.K. Division

21st R.O.K. Division

Corps Organization

CG

XG

G-1 Personnel

G-2 Intelligence

G-3 Plan sand Operations Lieutenant Colonel Powhida

G-4 Logistics

 

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I Corps (South Korea)

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I Corps

Active 24 July 1950 - present
Country  Republic of Korea
Branch Republic of Korea Army
Role Offensive force
Engagements Korean War

I Corps (South Korea) was created July 24, 1950, just before the Battle of Pusan Perimeter.

I Corps consisted of the 8th Infantry Division and the Capital Division.

During the battle of the Pusan Perimeter (July-September, 1950), its headquarters was at Sangju.

Currently, I Corps is the largest corps in the ROK Army. I Corps is organized with three infantry divisions, one mechanized infantry division, and several separate brigades.