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XXII Corps (United States)

XXII Corps
Shoulder sleeve insignia of XXII Corps
Active 1944–1946
1966–1971
Country United States of America
Branch  United States Army
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Ernest N. Harmon
U.S. Corps (1939 - Present)
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The XXII Corps was a corps of the United States Army during World War II and the Cold War, and as II Field Force, Vietnam, the Vietnam War.

Contents

  • Lineage 1
  • Commanders 2
    • Chiefs of Staff 2.1
  • Campaign participation 3

Lineage

Constituted 9 January 1944 in the Army of the United States as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, XXII Corps. Activated 15 January 1944 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Inactivated 20 January 1946 in Germany. Alloted 12 July 1950 to the Regular Army. Redesignated 5 January 1966 as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, II Field Force. Activated 10 January 1966 at Fort Hood, Texas. Redesignated 15 March 1966 as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, II Field Force, Vietnam. Inactivated 3 May 1971 at Fort Hood, Texas. Redesignated 2 September 1982 as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, XXII Corps.

Commanders

Chiefs of Staff

Campaign participation

World War II

Vietnam

  • Counteroffensive
  • Counteroffensive, Phase II
  • Counteroffensive, Phase III
  • Tet Counteroffensive
  • Counteroffensive, Phase IV
  • Counteroffensive, Phase V
  • Counteroffensive, Phase VI
  • Tet 69/Counteroffensive
  • Summer-Fall 1969
  • Winter-Spring 1970
  • Counteroffensive, Phase VII
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