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II United States Army Corps
Basic Information
Created February 24, 1918
Country 20px United States
Allegiance 20px United States Army
Branch Regular Army
Type Corps
Garrison/HQ Camp Kilmer, New Jersey

Second United States Army Corps


LineageEdit

United States Army

  • Organized : February 24, 1918
  • Demobilized : February 1, 1919

United States National Guard

  • Constituted : July 29, 1921
  • Demobilized : August 15, 1927

United States Army

  • Constituted : August 15, 1927
  • Activated : August 1, 1940
  • Inactivated : October 10, 1945

United States Army

  • Activated : January 2, 1958
  • Inactivated : June 5, 1970

Shoulder Sleeve InsigniaEdit

Description : On a blue panel with rounded corners, within a white border, the Roman numeral II between on the dexter side a rising eagle and on the sinister side a rampant lion facing each other, all in white.

Symbolism : The Roman numeral II indicates the unit's designation, while the eagle and lion symbolize its service in World War I.

Commanding General(s)Edit

Name Garrison/HQ Begin Date End Date
No Commanding General 20 Feb, 1918 14 Jun, 1918
MG George W. Read George W. Read Overseas 15 Jun, 1918 1 Feb, 1919
MG Henry C. Pratt Henry C. Pratt Fort Meade, Maryland
Wilmington, Delaware
Overseas
1 Aug, 1940 13 Aug, 1941
MG Lloyd R. Fredendall 70px Overseas 21 Aug, 1941 30 Jun, 1941
MG Mark W. Clark 70px 1 Jul, 1941 9 Oct, 1942
MG Lloyd R. Fredendall 70px Overseas 10 Oct, 1942 5 Mar, 1943
LTG George S. Patton, Jr. George S. Patton, Jr. Overseas 5 Mar, 1943 15 Apr, 1943
LTG Omar N. Bradley Overseas 16 Apr, 1943 8 Sept, 1943
MG John P. Lucas John P. Lucas Overseas 9 Sept, 1943 18 Sept, 1943
LTG Geoffrey Keyes Geoffrey Keyes1 Overseas 18 Sept, 1943 8 Sept, 1945
MG Raymond W. Curtis [[File:|70px]] Camp Kilmer, New Jersey 195? 195?

OrganizationEdit

Campaign ParticipationEdit

Engagement Commander
World War I Streamer Somme Offensive 1918 George W. Read
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Algeria-French Morocco 1942
(Arrowhead)
Lloyd R. Fredendall
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Tunisia 1942-1943 Lloyd R. Fredendall
George S. Patton
Omar N. Bradley
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Sicily 1943
(Arrowhead)
Omar N. Bradley
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Naples-Foggia 1943-1944 Geoffrey Keyes
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Rome-Arno 1944 Geoffrey Keyes
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer North Apennines 1944-1945 Geoffrey Keyes
World War II European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Streamer Po Valley 1945 Geoffrey Keyes

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