IX U.S. Corps

 

 

 

CG Commanding General

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ADC Assistant Division Commander

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DA Division Artillery

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CofS Chief of Staff

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G-1 Personnel

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G-2 Intelligence

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G-3 Plan sand Operations

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G-4 Logistics

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IX U.S. Corps was formerly stationed in Sendai, Japan, to control the l st Cavalry and 7th Infantry Divisions but was inactivated on 28 March 1950.

August 10, 1950

It was reactivated on 10 August 1950 at Ft. Sheridan, Ill., from a Headquarters, Fifth Army cadre.

August 19, 1950

Anticipating future offensive operations in Korea, General MacArthur on 19 August requested troops for two corps headquarters and asked that these two corps be designated I and IX Corps. [21-14]

 

 

22 September 1950

IX U.S. Corps arrived in Korea on 22 September 1950, and

23 September 1950

became operational the next day.

 

November 1956

It departed Korea in November 1956, and its assets were merged with the Ryukyu Command on Okinawa after arriving there.


36th Engineer Combat Group (replaced 19th Group in Dec. 1951)


10 1st Signal Battalion

 

304th Communications Reconnaissance Battalion


212th Military Police Company (IX Corps MP Platoon prior to Oct. 1951)


4th Light Aviation Section


11th Army Postal Unit


558th Engineer Technical Intelligence Team

 

Corps Organization

CG

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ADC

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G-1 Personnel

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G-2 Intelligence

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G-3 Plan sand Operations

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Lieutenant Colonel Powhida
Colonel MacLean
G-4 Logistics

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Divisions or Corps

 

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September1950 2d and 25th U.S. Infantry Divisions
December 1950 1st U.S. Cavalry, 24th U.S. Infantry, 1st Marine, and 6th R.O.K. Divisions;
187th ARCT
March 1951 7th and 24th U.S. Infantry, 2d and 6th R.O.K. Divisions
July 1951 7th and 24th U.S. Infantry and 2d and 6th R.O.K. Divisions
August 1951 24th U.S. Infantry and 2d and 6th R.O.K. Divisions
January 1952 7th and 45th U.S. Infantry Divisions
March 1952 2d, 7th, and 40th U.S. Infantry and 2d, 3d, and Capital R.O.K. Divisions
May 1952 7th and 4th U.S. Infantry and 9th R.O.K. Divisions
November 1952 3d and 7th Infantry and 7th R.O.K. Divisions
January 1953
March 1953
3d U.S. Infantry, 9th and Capital R.O.K. Divisions
3d U.S. Infantry, 2d, 9th, and Capital R.O.K. Divisions
2d and 3d U.S. Infantry 27 July 1953 and 2d and 9th R.O.K. Divisions