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24th CORPS Vietnam
XXIV CORPS XXIV Corps was activated at Fort Shafter, Hawaii, on April 8, 1944. On Sept. 11 of the same year, it embarked on combat operations near Dulag on Leyte in the Philippine Islands. At that time, the 7th Infantry Division and the 96th Infantry Division were the major command elements of the Corps, later to be joined by the 77th Infantry Division, From the Philippines, XXIV Corps moved to Okinawa, and in September 1945 moved to Korea, where it remained until deactivated in January 1949. On Aug. 15, 1968, XXIV Corps was Reactivated at Phu Bai, Republic of Vietnam. It was placed under operational control of III Marine Amphibious Force (III MAF) - its brother-in-arms 24 years before in the South Pacific. On March 9, 1970, the Corps headquarters moved from Phu Bai to Camp Horn in Da Nang to become the senior U.S. military headquarters in Military Region I (MRI), replacing III MAF. The commanding general of XXIV Corps is the senior advisor to the Army of the Republic of Vietnam I Corps commander. He also is responsible for coordinating the activities of all U.S. units under XXIV Corps control are the 23rd Infantry Division (Americal), the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) and the 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized).

24th Corps Links
  ARMY CORPS 21st thru 36th

XXIV Corps shoulder Sleeve Insignia

XXIV CORPS ARTILLERY Vietnam War

History of the XXIV CORPS

Southern Cross information for XXIV CORPS

Vietnamization & Redeployment XXIV CORPS

US Army Order of Battle

XXIV CORPS PERINTREP 10-70

ARMY UNITS IN VIETNAM
ARMY & ADVISORY LEVEL COMMANDS
CORPS LEVEL COMMANDS
INTERMEDIATE COMMANDS


ARMY UNITS IN VIETNAM
ARMY & ADVISORY LEVEL COMMANDS
CORPS LEVEL COMMANDS
INTERMEDIATE COMMANDS


The 1st Battalion, 44th Artillery, stood down in November 1971 at Red Beach, Da Nang, Republic of Vietnam

The DaNang Project

Army welcomes Shinseki as new chief
by Pvt. 2 Jody T Fahrig


MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE S. BOWMAN, JR. USMC, RETIRED

The 1st Brigade, 5th Mechanized Infantry Division in Vietnam
From Operational Control of The 3rd Marine Division, the 1st brigade, 5th Infantry division (Mech), passed to OPCON of the Commanding General, XXIV Corps, on October 1969


THE MARINE WAR: III MAF IN VIETNAM, 1965-1971
by Jack Shulimson, U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center


Artillery I Corps Vietnam

5th Infantry Division Vietnam
On 22 October, the Brigade was removed from the operational control of the 3d Marine Division and placed directly under the commanding general of XXIV Corps. In conjunction with the 1st ARVN Division, the Brigade now had sole responsibility for the defense of Quang Tri and Dan Ho combat base.


VIETNAM STUDIES
THE WAR IN THE NORTHERN PROVINCES 1966-1968


2nd Battalion 94th Artillery Northern I Corps

G Bty (SLT), 29 FA Vietnam Historical Summary

Army Security Agency ONLINE 509th RADIO RESEARCH GP 8th RADIO RESEARCH FS

Unit History
The 1/92nd Field Artillery Association - Vietnam


REVISITING THE VIETNAM WAR

Lam Son 719: The RVN/US Invasion of Laos, 1971 v.1.0 February 3, 2002 Ravi Rikhye

The History and Museums Division Headquarters
U.S. Marine Corps Washington D.C.
has published this version of the operation in the volume of the U.S. Marines in Vietnam series entitled Vietnamization and Redeployment 1970-71.


History of the 96th Infantry Division "Deadeye"

Units that were in Country From 1965 to 1969 the date of my rotation after my second tour of duty in Country

General Order 51

A Lonely But Interesting and Exciting Assignment, FSB Sarge
By Bob Slater


Reference Information Paper 90
A Finding Aid to Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994


PIKE Military Reserach (SM) VIETNAM Make the Investment into YOUR history!
Unit Histories - Maps - Photos


CAP Quotes

Insignias Ejercito USA

UNIT Contact ASSOCIATIONS

Military Graphics.com

History of the "Indiana Rangers."
Just under 7000 Army National Guardsmen served in the Vietnam War. Of these, only one unit would stay together from activation and serve in combat as a National Guard unit. Company D (RANGER) 151st Infantry, was the only National Guard Infantry unit to serve in Vietnam.


The Third Marine Division Association Guest Book 2

The Combined Action Program:
Vietnam
Captain Keith F. Kopets, U.S. Marine Corps


Danang
Copyright 1999, Jim Loy


1st Battalion, 151st Infantry Regiment "Warhawks"



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