MacArthur's X Corps in Korea: Inchon to the Yalu, 1950
The actual objective of this book is to provide tho the American public the brief existence and history of the X Corps during the early stages of the Korean War. The title part of the book "Inchon to the Yalu", is significant to the very important amphibious operations made by the 1st Marine Division and the 7th Infantry Division. In later operations, the 3rd Infantry Division would become part of the X Corps.
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1st Cavalry 1st Marine 7th Infantry Division action advance Almond American artillery Assistant attack Battalion battle Blown bridge called Chief of Staff Chinese Chosin Reservoir Colonel commander Communist Company coordination Corps Courtesy cross Daily December defense east Eighth Army elements enemy engineers equipment evacuation face Faith fighting final fire going ground Hagaru-ri hands headquarters heavy hills Hungnam Inchon Japan Koto-ri landing later loaded MacArthur Major Marine Division Marine photo miles military moved Navy needed night NKPA North Korean November October Officer operations ordered Pass perimeter port positions President problem reached rear refugees Regiment retreat River road Seoul September ships side situation Smith soldiers South Korea staff successful supplies tactical tanks Task Force tion took troops trucks units vehicles withdrawal wounded X Corps Yalu