Operation plan to destroy the Communist supply complex based
on Sibyon-ni, to advance Eighth Army left flank to the Yesong River, and
Operation by 11th Division, ROK I Corps, to take North
Plan for envelopment of the high ground south of P'yonggang
by a reinforced ROK division.
Plan for a 2-division attack to drive the enemy from the
area east and south of the Nam River.
Operation to delude the Communists which imposed silence
along the front lines from 9 to 15 February 1952.
Operation plan for offensive to establish the JAMESTOWN
Plan for 45th Division, I Corps, to capture strategic
Plan for advance from WYOMING line in the U.S. Army I and IX
Line of defense to be established by operation
Plan covering eventualities of ROK domestic disturbances and
disengaging UNC forces.
U.S. I Corps artillery operation to bring direct fire onto
enemy positions and bunkers not accessible to other artillery and mortar
Limited operation plan offered as substitute for BIG
Defensive line to be established by Operation
Defense lines in the vicinity of 38th Parallel.
Operation for repatriation of sick and wounded prisoners of
Plan for offensive by Eighth Army to the P'yonggang Wonsan
Operational plan for capture of hill objections on JAMESTOWN
line during Operation COMMANDO.
Plan for interdiction bombing of North Korean
Screening plan for repatriation of prisoners of war.
Operation plan designed to improve IX Corps defense line
positions north of Kumhwa.
Operation plan for combined air-tank-infantry-artillery test
Air operations to disrupt North Korean logistics by
Operation plan to establish DULUTH defensive line.
Outline plan for ground offensive to bolster Eighth Army's
Operation to gain control of Heartbreak Ridge.
Plan to follow up CUDGEL with an amphibious operation on the