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the original line, as it was believed that the armistice would be signed at any time. Enemy casualties in July totaled about 72,000 men. Out of the five Chinese armies that had been identified in the attacks, the enemy had lost the equivalent of seven divisions.

By 19 July the negotiators at Panmunjom had reached an accord on all points. Details were worked out within a week and the Korean Armistice Agreement was signed at 1000 hours 27 July 1953. The major provisions were follows

Demilitarized Zone. A military demarcation line was established along the final battle line. All troops and equipment of both sides were to be withdrawn 2 kilometers from this line, leaving a buffer zone of 4 kilometers separating the Communists from the Allies.

Cessation of Hostilities. The commanders of the opposing sides were to order and enforce a complete cessation of all hostilities in Korea by all armed forces under their control, effective 12 hours after the signing of the Armistice Agreement.

Prisoners of War. All prisoners who wanted to return home were to be repatriated within 60 days through a Commission for Repatriation of Prisoners of War, which was to consist of 3 field grade officers from each side, and with the aid of the Red Cross teams of both sides. A Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission (NNRC), composed of members from India, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, and Czechoslovakia, was to take control of the prisoners remaining after 60 days. Within 90 days after the NNRC

took over the custody of such prisoners, the nations to which they belonged would have freedom and facilities to send representatives to the location where they were held, to explain to them their rights and their freedom to return home.

Rotation. The strength of both sides was to remain frozen, but each side was permitted to rotate up to 35,000 men a month and to replace equipment. Ports of entry and departure were designated for both sides.

Supervision. A Military Armistice Commission composed of 5 senior officers from each side, 3 from each side being of general or flag rank, was to supervise the implementation of the Armistice Agreement and to settle any violations of the Agreement through negotiations. A Neutral Nations Commission composed of senior officers from Sweden and Switzerland (UN choices) and Poland and Czechoslovakia (Communist choices) was to investigate complaints of truce violations outside of the demilitarized zone and to supervise the rotation of men and equipment.

U.S. ARMY STRENGTH AND CASUALTIES. The number of individuals serving in the Army during the Korean War totaled 2,834,000. Of these, 1,153,000 served in the Far East. The Army suffered a total of 109,958 battle casualties, including 19,334 killed in action, 79,526 wounded, 4,442 missing in action, and 6,656 captured or interned. In addition, there were 8,370 deaths from other causes.

Battle casualties for all the Armed Services totaled more than 142,000.

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NAMED CAMPAIGNS OF WORLD WAR II AND PARTICIPATING

DIVISIONS

Asiatic-Pacific Theater Name

Date Philippine Islands

.7 December 1941–10 May 1942 Philippine Div Burma 1942b

26 May 1942 Central Pacific

.7 December 1941–6 December 1943 24th Inf Div, 25th Inf Div, 27th Inf Div East Indiesb

.1 January-22 July 1942 India-Burma

.2 April 1942–28 January 1945 Aleutian Islands

.3 January 1942—24 August 1943 7th Inf Div China Defensiveb

.4 July 1942–4 May 1945 Papua

.23 July 1942–23 January 1943 32d Inf Div Guadalcanal

.7 August 1942—21 February 1943 Americal Div, 25th Inf Div, 43d Inf Div New Guinea

.24 January 1943—31 December 1944 1st Cav Div, 6th Inf Div, 24th Inf Div, 31st Inf Div, 32d Inf Div, 33d Inf Div, 38th Inf

Div, 41st Inf Div, 43d Inf Div, 93d Inf Div, 11th Airborne Div Northern Solomons

22 February 1943—21 November 1944 Americal Div, 25th Inf Div, 37th Inf Div, 43d Inf Div, 93d Inf Div Eastern Mandates

...31 January–14 June 1944 7th Inf Div Bismarck Archipelago

.15 December 1943-27 November 1944 1st Cav Div, 40th Inf Div Western Pacific

15 June 1944—2 September 1945 27th Inf Div, 31st Inf Div, 77th Inf Div, 81st Inf Div Leyte

17 October 1944–1 July 1945 1st Cav Div, Americal Div, 7th Inf Div, 24th Inf Div, 32d Inf Div, 38th Inf Div, 77th Inf

Div, 96th Inf Div, 11th A/B Div Luzon

15 December 1944–4 July 1945 1st Cav Div, 6th Inf Div, 24th Inf Div, 25th Inf Div, 32d Inf Div, 33d Inf Div, 37th Inf

Div, 38th Inf Div, 40th Inf Div, 41st Inf Div, 43d Inf Div, 11th A/B Div Central Burma b

29 January—15 July 1945 Southern Philippines

27 February-4 July 1945 Americal Div, 24th Inf Div, 31st Inf Div, 40th Inf Div, 41st Inf Div, 81st Inf Div Ryukyus

.26 March 1945-2 July 1945 7th Inf Div, 27th Inf Div, 77th Inf Div, 96th Inf Div China Offensive b

5 May–2 September 1945

European-African-Middle Eastern Theater Name

Date Egypt-Libya

.11 June 1942–12 February 1943 Algeria-French Morocco

...8-11 November 1942 1st Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 2d Armd Div Tunisia

17 November 1942—13 May 1943 1st Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 34th Inf Div, 1st Armd Div Sicily

..9 July 1943—17 August 1943 ist Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 82d A/B Div, 2d Armd Div Naples-Foggia

.9 September 1943—21 January 1944 3d Inf Div, 34th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 82d A/B Div, Ist Armd Div Anzio

.22 January 1944—24 May 1944 3d Inf Div, 34th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 1st Armd Div Rome-Arno

..22 January 1944-9 September 1944 3d Inf Div, 34th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 85th Inf Div, 88th Inf Div, 91st Inf

Div, 92d Inf Div, 1st Armd Div Normandy

6 June-24 July 1944 1st Inf Div, 2d Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 5th Inf Div, 8th Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 28th Ini Div, 29th Inf Div, 30th Inf Div, 35th Int Div, 79th Inf Div, 83d 'Inf Div, 90th Inf Div, 82d A B Div, 101st A/B Div, 2d Armd Div, 3d Armd Div, 4th Armd Div, 5th Armd Div, 6th

Armd Div Northern France

25 July-14 September 1944 1st Inf Div, 2d Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 5th Inf Div, 8th Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 26th Inf Div, 28th Inf Div, 29th Inf Div, 30th Inf Div, 35th Inf Div, 44th Inf Div, 66th Inf Div, 79th Ini Div, 80th Inf Div, 83d'Inf Div, 90th Inf Div, 94th Inf Div, 95th Inf Div, 104th Inf

Div, 2d Armd Div, 3d Armd Div, 4th Armd Div, 5th Armd Div, 6th Armd Div, 7th Armd Div Southern France

.15 August 194414 September 1944 3d Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div North Apennines

..10 September 1944–4 April 1945 10th Mt Div, 34th Inf Div, 85th Inf Div, 88th Inf Div, 91st Inf Div, 92d Inf Div, Ist Armd Div

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Name

Date Rhineland

.15 September 1944-21 March 1945 1st Inf Div, 2d Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 5th Inf Div, 8th Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 26th Inf Div, 28th Inf Div, 29th Inf Div, 30th Inf Div, 35th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 420 Inf Div, 44th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 65th Inf Div, 69th Inf Div, 70th Inf Div, 71st Inf Div, 75th Inf Div, 76th Inf Div, 78th Inf Div, 79th Inf Div, 80th Inf Div, 83d Inf Div, 84th Inf Div, 87th Inf Div, 89th Inf Div, 90th Inf Div, 94th Inf Div, 95th Inf Div, 99th Inf Div, 100th Inf Div, 102d Inf Div, 103d Inf Div, 104th Inf Div, 106th Inf Div, 17th A B Div, 82d A/B Div, 101st A/B Div, 2d Armd Div, 3d Armd Div, 4th Armd Div, 5th Armd Div, 6th Armd Div, 7th Armd Div, 8th Armd Div, 9th Armd Div, 10th Armd Div,

11th Armd Div, 12th Armd Div, 13th Armd Div, 14th Armd Div Ardennes-Alsace

16 December 1944-25 January 1945 1st Inf Div, 2d Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 5th Inf Div, 26th Inf Div, 28th Ini Div, 30th Inf Div, 35th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 42d Inf Div, 44th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 70th Inf Div, 75th Inf Div, 76th Inf Div, 78th Inf Div, 79th Inf Div, 80th Inf Div, 83d Inf Div, 84th Inf Div, 87th Inf Div, 90th Inf Div, 94th Inf Div, 95th Inf Div, 99th Inf Div, 100th Inf Div, 103d Inf Div, 106th Inf Div, 17th A/B Div, 82d A/B Div, 101st A/B Div, 2d Armd Div, 3d Armd Div, 4th Armd Div, 5th Armd Div, 6th Armd Div, 7th Armd Div,

8th Armd Div, 10th Armd Div, 12th Armd Div, 14th Armd Div Central Europe

.22 March 1945–11 May 1945 1st Inf Div, 2d Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 5th Inf Div, 8th Inf Div, 9th Inf Div, 26th Inf Dív, 28th Inf Div, 29th Inf Div, 30th Inf Div, 35th Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 420 Inf Div, 44th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 63d Inf Div, 65th Inf Div, 69th Inf Div, 70th Inf Div, 71st Inf Div, 75th Inf Div, 76th Inf Div, 78th Inf Div, 79th Inf Div, 80th Inf Div, 83d Inf Div, 84th Inf Div, 86th Inf Div. 87th Inf Div, 89th Inf Div, 90th Inf Div, 94th Inf Div, 95th Inf Div, 97th Inf Div, 99th Inf Div, 100th Inf Div, 102d Inf Div, 103d Inf Div, 104th Inf Div, 106th Inf Div, 13th A/B Div, 17th A/B Div, 82d A/B Div, 101st A/B Div, 2d Armd Div, 3d Armd Div, 4th Armd Div, 5th Armd Div, 6th Armd Div, 7th Armd Div, 8th Armd Div, 9th Armd Div, 10th Armd Div, 11th Armd Div, 12th Armd Div, 13th

Armd Div, 14th Armd Div, 16th Armd Div, 20th Armd Div Po Valley

.5 April—8 May 1945 10th Mt Div, 34th Inf Div, 85th Inf Div, 88th Inf Div, 91st Inf Div, 92d Inf Div, 1st Armd Div

AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT LANDINGS OF WORLD WAR II AND

PARTICIPATING DIVISIONS

Date 8-10 November 1942

30 June 1943

9-10 July 1943 .9-10 September 1943

.22-23 January 1944

22 April 1944 .30 July 1944

15 September 1944

...6-7 June 1944

Name
North Africa

1st Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 2d Armd Div
Northern Solomons
Rendova Island

43d Inf Div Sicily

ist Inf Div, 3d Inf Div, 45th Inf Div, 2d Armd Div Salerno

36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div Anzio

3d Inf Div New Guinea Tanahmerah Bay

24th Ini Div Sansapor

6th Inf Div Morotai Island

31st Inf Div Normandy

1st Inf Div, 4th Inf Div, 29th Inf Div, 90th Inf Div Southern France

3d Inf Div, 36th Inf Div, 45th Inf Div Leyte

1st Cav Div, 24th Inf Div, 96th Inf Div Ormoc, Leyte

77th Inf Div Luzon Lingayen Gulf

6th Inf Div, 37th Inf Div, 40th Inf Div, 43d Inf Div El Fraile Island

38th Inf Div Nasugbu Point

11th AB Div Southern Philippines Cebu

Americal Div Malabang

15-16 August 1944

20-22 October 1944

7 December 1944

9 January 1945

13 April 1945

31 January 1945

26 March 1945

.17 April 1945

24th Inf Div Zamboanga

41st Inf Div

.10 March 1945

a Assault landings were made during the Aleutian Islands, Bismarck Archipelago. Western Pacific, Guadalcanal, Central Pacific, Eastern Mandates, and Ryukyus Campaigns in which elements of certain divisions may have participated, but for which the division headquarters was not awarded an arrowhead.

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