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Appendix B

Appendix B

Tabular Data for U.S. Army, Korea, by Month, Type of Unit, Diagnostic Classification Groups, and Tactical Operation; and Disability Separations by Detail of Primary Cause of Separation

[All tables in Adobe PDF format]

108-109

Table B-1.- (196K) Numbers and annual rates for killed in action, and nonbattle causes, admissions and CRO cases, by year and month, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


110-111

Table B-2.- (203K) Numbers and annual rates for killed in action, wounded in action, and nonbattle causes, admissions and CRO cases, by year and month, U.S. Army divisions and regimental combat teams, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


112-113

Table B-3.- (186K) Numbers and rates for killed in action, wounded in action, and nonbattle causes, admissions and CRO cases, by year and month, U.S. Army non-divisional units, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


114-117

Table B-4.- (480K) Summary of battle and nonbattle admissions: All divisions and separate regimental combat teams, by type of casualty, diagnostic classification, year and month, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


118-123

Table B-5.- (634K) U.S. Army divisions and separate regimental combat teams, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


124-129

Table B-6.- (616K) U.S. Army division headquarters, headquarters and service companies, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


130-135

Table B-7.- (631K) U.S. Army regimental combat teams, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


136-141

Table B-8.- (598K) U.S. Army division artillery, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


142-147

Table B-9.- (572K) U.S. Army division engineer battalions, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


148-153

Table B-10.- (545K) U.S. Army division medical battalions, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


154-159

Table B-11.- (568K) U.S. Army division tank battalions, by tactical operation, U.S. Army, Korea, July 1950-July 1953
[Rates stated as cases per year per 1,000 average strength]


160

Table B-12.- (115K) U.S. Army personnel separated for disability due to battle injuries and wounds, by primary diagnostic cause of separation, by rank, by type of separation, and by causative agent, 1950-53

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