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Die US-Allierten unterstützen die Südkoreaner im Jahr im Kampf gegen Nordkorea. Um die Truppen der Gegner aufzuhalten, schmiedet der leitende General MacArthur einen gefährlichen und streng geheimen Plan mit dem Codenamen `Operation. Die Landung bei Incheon (Codename: Operation Chromite) im September war ein Unternehmen im Koreakrieg (–), bei dem es den alliierten. Operation Chromite (Originaltitel: Incheon Sangnyuk Jakjeon) ist ein südkoreanischer Kriegsfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte John H. Lee. Der Film basiert. Operation Chromite. (30)1h 51min Nord- und Südkorea befinden sich im Kriegszustand. Die alliierten Truppen kämpfen auf der Seite der. e-dev.se - Kaufen Sie Operation Chromite günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.

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Operation Chromite. Im Korea-Krieg wird die Schlacht um Incheon zu einer der entscheidenden Auseinandersetzungen. Bewertung. Operation Chromite (Originaltitel: Incheon Sangnyuk Jakjeon) ist ein südkoreanischer Kriegsfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte John H. Lee. Der Film basiert. In dem Kriegsfilm Operation Chromite spielt Liam Neeson einen General zur Zeit des Koreakrieges. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Operation.

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When the KPA approached the Pusan Perimeter on 5 August, they attempted the same frontal assault technique on the four main avenues of approach into the perimeter.

By the end of August the KPA had been pushed beyond their limits and many of the original units were at far reduced strength and effectiveness.

The city had fallen in the first days of the war in the First Battle of Seoul. MacArthur felt that he could turn the tide if he made a decisive troop movement behind KPA lines, [35] and preferred Inchon , over Chumunjin-up or Kunsan as the landing site.

However, by 10 July the plan was abandoned as it was clear the 1st Cavalry Division would be needed on the Pusan Perimeter.

This, too fell through as both units were moved to the Pusan Perimeter. MacArthur decided instead to use the US Army's 7th Infantry Division , his last reserve unit in East Asia , to conduct the operation as soon as it could be raised to wartime strength.

In preparation for the invasion, MacArthur activated the US Army's X Corps to act as the command for the landing forces, and appointed Major General Edward Almond , his chief of staff , as Corps' commander, anticipating the operation would mean a quick end to the war.

The initial plan was met with skepticism by the other generals because Inchon's natural and artificial defenses were formidable. The approaches to Inchon were two restricted passages, which could be easily blocked by naval mines.

The current of the channels was also dangerously quick—three to eight knots 3. Finally, the anchorage was small and the harbor was surrounded by tall seawalls.

Capps noted that the harbor had "every natural and geographic handicap. On 23 August, the commanders held a meeting at MacArthur's headquarters in Tokyo.

Edward all flew from Washington, D. Doyle spoke for nearly 90 minutes on every technical and military aspect of the landing.

Sherman agreed to support the Inchon operation, leaving Doyle furious. MacArthur spent 45 minutes after the briefing explaining his reasons for choosing Inchon.

President Truman also provided his approval. However, that operation was not made in KPA-held territory and was unopposed. This last service was to bring in the 7th Division on 18 Sept.

Before the main land battle, UN forces landed spies in Inchon and bombarded the city ' s defenses via air and sea.

Deception operations were also carried out to draw North Korean attention away from Inchon. With men, supplies, and ships obviously concentrating at Pusan and in Japanese ports for a major amphibious operation and the press in Japan referring to the upcoming landings as "Operation Common Knowledge," the UN command feared that it would fail to achieve surprise in the Inchon landings.

Exacerbating this fear, the leader of a North Korean-Japanese spy ring arrested in Japan in early September had a copy of the plan for Operation Chromite, and the UN forces did not know whether he had managed to transmit the plan to North Korea before his arrest.

On 5 September , aircraft of the USAF ' s Far East Air Forces began attacks on roads and bridges to isolate Kunsan, typical of the kind of raids expected prior to an invasion there.

In addition to aerial and naval bombardment, UN forces took other measures to focus North Korean attention on Kunsan. UN forces conducted a series of drills, tests, and raids elsewhere on the coast of Korea, where conditions were similar to Inchon, before the actual invasion.

These drills were used to perfect the timing and performance of the landing craft, [50] but also were intended to confuse the North Koreans further as to the location of the invasion.

Fourteen days before the landing at Inchon, a UN reconnaissance team landed in Inchon Harbor to obtain information on the conditions there.

Clark , [53] landed at Yonghung-do, an island in the mouth of the harbor. From there, the team relayed intelligence back to the UN Command.

With the help of locals, Clark, gathered information about tides , beach composition, mudflats , and seawalls. The tides at Inchon have an average range of 29 feet 8.

Clark observed the tides at Inchon for two weeks and discovered that American tidal charts were inaccurate, but that Japanese charts were quite good.

During the extensive periods of low tide, Clark's team located and removed some North Korean naval mines , but, critically to the future success of the invasion, Clark reported that the North Koreans had not in fact systematically mined the channels.

When the KPA discovered that the agents had landed on the islands near Inchon, they made multiple attacks, including an attempted raid on Yonghung-do with six junks.

Clark mounted a machine gun on a sampan and sank the attacking junks. On 10 September , five days before the Inchon landing, 43 American warplanes flew over Wolmido, dropping 93 napalm canisters to "burn out" its eastern slope in an attempt to clear the way for American troops.

The flotilla of ships that landed and supported the amphibious force during the battle was commanded by Vice Admiral Arthur D.

Struble , an expert in amphibious warfare. Between them, 2 British cruisers and 6 American destroyers fired almost a thousand 5-inch mm shells onto the fortifications.

The attacks tipped off the KPA that a landing might be imminent, and the KPA officer in command on Wolmido assured his superiors that he would throw their enemies back into the sea.

Swenson twice. Swenson, and 8 wounded on the Lyman K. The American destroyers withdrew after bombarding Wolmido for an hour and Rochester , Toledo , Jamaica , and Kenya proceeded to bombard the KPA batteries for the next three hours from the south of the island.

Lieutenant Clark and his South Korean squad watched from hills south of Inchon, plotting locations where KPA machine guns were firing at the flotilla.

They relayed this information to the invasion force via Japan in the afternoon. During the night of 13—14 September, Struble decided on another day of bombardment, and the destroyers moved back up the channel off Wolmido on 14 September.

They and the cruisers bombarded the island again that day, and planes from the carrier task force bombed and strafed it.

At on 15 September , Lieutenant Clark and his South Korean squad activated the lighthouse on the island of Palmido. Within weeks of the outbreak of the Korean War, the Soviet Union had shipped naval mines to North Korea for use in coastal defense , with Soviet naval mine warfare experts providing technical instruction in laying and employment of the mines to North Korean personnel.

Some of the mines were shipped to Inchon. It was too late to reschedule the landings, but the North Koreans laid relatively few and unsophisticated mines at Inchon.

Destroyers in the assault force visually identified moored contact mines in the channel at low tide and destroyed them with gunfire. When the invasion force passed through the channel at high tide to land on the assault beaches, it passed over any remaining mines without incident.

The battle group landed from tank landing ships LSTs. The NKPA was designed to carry out an inflexible plan with a limited objective and was generally successful until it lost the initiative outside Pusan.

Walton H. Never having planned to fight a protracted conflict, the NKPA was handicapped by a logistical tail that stretched all the way back to Manchuria, under regular U.

General MacArthur conceived of a bold amphibious envelopment through the western coastal port of Inchon in the first days after the North Korean invasion — even while his staff and Washington gloomily confronted the prospect of defeat.

From the beginning he visualized a Marine assault force with a follow-on Army division, and by early July he was requesting the specialized forces required from the Joint Chiefs of Staff JCS in Washington.

MacArthur remained intent on the concept, however, and on August 15 he directed newly arrived Maj. The date was determined by the prediction of acceptable tides at Inchon.

As forces were identified to take part in the landing, they were hastily trained where possible.

Marines assembling from around the world or engaged in combat in Pusan had little or no opportunity for specific training for the new operation.

Marshaling capable forces, particularly amphibious assault elements, was perhaps the most challenging aspect of Chromite.

At the time, the entire Marine Corps strength was only 74, men on duty around the world, and while there were officially two Marine divisions, it required a herculean effort for the corps to muster even a partial one for Chromite.

The next day he requested 1, landing craft operators, and on the 5th he requested an engineer amphibious special brigade.

During intense negotiations with Washington, MacArthur finally obtained commitments for the two regiments then available from the 1st Marine Division, with the addition of the 1st Marine Regiment and supporting arms.

A full division was eventually authorized by stripping Marine security guards from American embassies and a battalion from the Mediterranean, and by calling up the entire Marine Reserves.

The 2nd Infantry Division was later pegged for Chromite before it too was thrown into Pusan. That left only the theater reserve, the 7th Infantry Division in Japan, which itself was denuded of officers, NCOs and specialists to fill out understrength divisions in Korea.

After August 1, however, all Army combat replacements arriving from the United States were ordered diverted to the 7th, and these included highly qualified training cadre from the infantry and artillery schools with significant World War II experience.

As a measure of the desperate need for manpower in , though, MacArthur ordered on August 1 that the division be filled out with 8, untrained Koreans pressed into service from among thousands of refugees crowded into the Pusan Perimeter.

Sealift was another significant hurdle. While the U. Navy had large numbers of specialized amphibious vessels left over from World War II, most were in mothballs, without crews and without the benefit of regular maintenance.

Of the 47 LSTs landing ships, tank that departed Kobe, Japan, on September 10 to support the operation, 37 were manned by Japanese crews.

On many of the invasion ships essential equipment and machinery had been stripped out, including radios, electrical systems, pumps, hydraulics and even galleys.

Along with all the other deficiencies facing the Far East Command, no headquarters existed that was capable of commanding the landing force.

On August 21, MacArthur requested and received permission to activate the X Corps from among existing assets in the theater.

He selected his chief of staff, Maj. Edward M. Almond, to command the corps and Maj. The X Corps staff was formed out of the Far East Command staff and proved notably competent once on the ground in Korea.

While MacArthur was determined to execute the Inchon operation from early July , he faced considerable opposition and dissension in Washington and from among his own staff and commanders in Tokyo and Korea.

While supporting the concept in principle, they pressed for a landing at Kunsan, much farther south on the west coast.

The next day MacArthur confronted the unanimous objections of his Navy and Marine commanders, who were anxious about the extreme tides at Inchon, mudbanks along the approach, shipping inadequacies, the short timeline to train and prepare, the hazards of conducting an amphibious assault into an urban area and the paucity of personnel to conduct the assault.

Matthew Ridgway, the Army deputy chief of staff for operations, and General Lauris Norstad, Air Force vice chief of staff, expressing further doubts from Washington.

The next day Sherman met with Navy and Marine commanders to hear their continuing concerns. Lieutenant General Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr. T Action War.

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On 10 September , five days before the Inchon landing, 43 American warplanes flew over Wolmido, dropping 93 napalm canisters to "burn out" its eastern slope in an attempt to clear the way for American troops.

The flotilla of ships that landed and supported the amphibious force during the battle was commanded by Vice Admiral Arthur D.

Struble , an expert in amphibious warfare. Between them, 2 British cruisers and 6 American destroyers fired almost a thousand 5-inch mm shells onto the fortifications.

The attacks tipped off the KPA that a landing might be imminent, and the KPA officer in command on Wolmido assured his superiors that he would throw their enemies back into the sea.

Swenson twice. Swenson, and 8 wounded on the Lyman K. The American destroyers withdrew after bombarding Wolmido for an hour and Rochester , Toledo , Jamaica , and Kenya proceeded to bombard the KPA batteries for the next three hours from the south of the island.

Lieutenant Clark and his South Korean squad watched from hills south of Inchon, plotting locations where KPA machine guns were firing at the flotilla.

They relayed this information to the invasion force via Japan in the afternoon. During the night of 13—14 September, Struble decided on another day of bombardment, and the destroyers moved back up the channel off Wolmido on 14 September.

They and the cruisers bombarded the island again that day, and planes from the carrier task force bombed and strafed it. At on 15 September , Lieutenant Clark and his South Korean squad activated the lighthouse on the island of Palmido.

Within weeks of the outbreak of the Korean War, the Soviet Union had shipped naval mines to North Korea for use in coastal defense , with Soviet naval mine warfare experts providing technical instruction in laying and employment of the mines to North Korean personnel.

Some of the mines were shipped to Inchon. It was too late to reschedule the landings, but the North Koreans laid relatively few and unsophisticated mines at Inchon.

Destroyers in the assault force visually identified moored contact mines in the channel at low tide and destroyed them with gunfire.

When the invasion force passed through the channel at high tide to land on the assault beaches, it passed over any remaining mines without incident.

The battle group landed from tank landing ships LSTs. The entire island was captured by noon at the cost of just 14 casualties.

KPA casualties included over killed and captured, primarily from the th Artillery Regiment and the th Independent Marine Regiment.

During this time, extensive shelling and bombing, along with anti-tank mines placed on the only bridge, kept the small KPA force from launching a significant counterattack.

The North Koreans had not been expecting an invasion at Inchon. The troops already stationed at Inchon had been weakened by Clark's guerrillas, and napalm bombing runs had destroyed key ammunition dumps.

In total, ships took part. Doyle , Commander of an Amphibious ready group , announced that H-Hour , time of landing, would be Lieutenant Colonel Raymond L.

Despite the concentrated fire, they disembarked assault troops and unloaded vital support equipment. Their mission, once the beach was secure, was to capture the suburb of Yongdungpo, cross the Han River, and form the right flank of the attack on Seoul itself.

Destroyer fire and bombing runs silenced the KPA defenses. When the Blue Beach forces finally arrived, the KPA forces at Inchon had already surrendered, so they met little opposition and suffered few additional casualties.

The 1st Marine Regiment spent much of its time strengthening the beachhead and preparing for the move inland. Immediately after KPA resistance was extinguished in Inchon, the supply and reinforcement process began.

The dock was then used to unload the remainder of the LSTs. The 1st Marines and 5th Marines began moving along the Inchon-Seoul road.

Early morning on September 16, the 5th Marines from Red and Green Beaches started generally east along the Inchon-Seoul road, intending to link up with the left of the 1st Marine Regiment so both regiments could move on Seoul.

Six solitary T tanks moving west towards Inchon appeared as the advancing 5th Marines reached the village of Kansong-ni. South of the 5th Marines, 1st Marines, having spent most of the day consolidating its scattered units, did not move east until about hrs.

Just before dawn on September 17, two companies of the 5th Marines, supported by artillery and M tanks, defeated a counterattack by a column of six T tanks and two hundred infantry, inflicting heavy casualties on the North Koreans.

Just before daylight at on 17 September, two Soviet-made North Korean aircraft—probably Yakovlev Yak-9s —were seen overhead from Jamaica and while trying to identify them doubts were resolved by the explosion of a bomb close to the port side of Rochester.

Four bombs were dropped one hitting and denting Rochester's crane but not exploding. There were no American casualties.

As the aircraft turned away Jamaica opened fire with her port 4-inch battery on the leading aircraft.

Every close range weapon available opened fire on this aircraft, which was disintegrating as it went over the ship, crashing close on the starboard side of Jamaica.

Rochester ' s crew later painted a Purple Heart on her damaged crane. The 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines flared off to the left north on September 17th to secure Kimpo airfield , west of Seoul.

Kimpo airfield was the largest and most important in Korea. The counterattacks were repelled by entrenched Marine Corps infantry, armor and artillery.

By morning the North Koreans were all gone, and Kimpo airfield was securely in the hands of the Marines. Kimpo airfield was in excellent shape; the North Koreans had not had time to do any major demolition.

In fact, several North Korean planes were still on the field. Kimpo would now become the center of UN land-based air operations. After the capture of Kimpo airfield, transport planes began flying in gasoline and ordnance for the aircraft stationed there.

The Marines continued unloading supplies and reinforcements. By September 22, they had unloaded 6, vehicles and 53, troops, along with 25, tons 23, tonnes of supplies.

In contrast to the quick victory at Inchon, the advance on Seoul was slow and bloody. The KPA launched another T attack, which was trapped and destroyed and a Yak bombing run in Inchon harbor, which did little damage.

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This covert operation must succeed so that MacArthur can launch the daring Incheon Landing Operation. Written by Subrat Jain. September However, the operation, Operation Chromite, is fraught with risks and has a high probability of failure.

In order to gain more intelligence on enemy positions, especially the placement of sea mines, MacArthur sends a team of eight Korean spies into Incheon.

This is their story. Had potential to be a gritty war drama, telling the story of the Battle of Incheon, which was a stroke of military genius.

Instead it is a fairly conventional, gung ho war movie. Historical and military accuracy, and general plausibility, is sacrificed at the expense of action scenes, melodrama and empty sentimentality.

Dialogue is generally over-the-top and quite ridiculous at times. Add in a character whose sole job seems to be calling out the names of comrades as they get hit and otherwise being sullen and whiny, and some pretty hammy acting and you have a recipe for a pretty average movie, at best.

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