Eighth United States Army
The 8th U.S. Army, English Eighth United States Army, abbreviated EUSA is a field army of the United States Army, which was set up on 10 June 1944, and still exists today. They participated in the Second World War (numerous missions in the Pacific region, including the planned operation Downfall ) and the Korean War part; in total there were about 60 combat missions.
The headquarters is located in the Yongsan Garrison in Seoul, South Korea. The EUSA is part of the United States Forces Korea. First commander was the three- star General Walton Walker ( 1948-1950 ). Current Commanding General is Lieutenant General Joseph F. Fil, Jr., Command Sergeant Major, Barry C. Wheeler.
- 2nd Infantry Division
- 19th Sustainment Command ( Expeditionary )
- 18th Medical Command
- U.S. Army Troop Command - Korea
- U.S. Special Operations Command - Korea
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Far East District
- 19th Military Police Battalion ( Criminal Investigation Division )
- UNC Security Battalion - Joint Security Area
Historically, the 8th Personnel Command, 17th Aviation Brigade, 6th Cavalry Regiment, 175th Finance Command and the 8th Military Police Brigade of the 8th U.S. Army were assumed.