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The LineCombat in Korea, January-February 1951$
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William T. Bowers

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780813125084

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813125084.001.0001

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Operation Roundup

Operation Roundup

Supporting the ROK Troops

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(p.161) Chapter 7 Operation Roundup
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The Line
Author(s):
William T. Bowers
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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813125084.003.0007

Intelligence reports of a buildup of the Chinese between Chip'yong-ni and Hongch'on were confirmed because of the attack on some of the 23d Infantry Regiment units in the Twin Tunnels area. From this base, the enemy is capable of attacking through the Han River Valley or through the Wonju road as both locations may be targeted on the UN communication lines that link the I and IX Corps with Pusan's supply base. Operation Roundup, which was prepared by X Corp's headed by General Almond, was approved by General Ridgway. This entailed how two of X Corps's ROK divisions to move to Hongch'on while the ROK III Corps advance to the east. Operation Thunderbolt continued to search for enemy operations and several attacks were experienced. It became apparent that the Chinese maintained a fifteen-mile-wide position south of Han to avoid direct artillery fire and observation.

Keywords:   Chinese, Chip'yong-ni, Hongch'on, Twin Tunnels, Operation Roundup, General Ridgway, Operation Thunderbolt, Han

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