List of commanders of V Corps (United States)

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The following general officers commanded V Corps from 1918 to 2013:

  • Major General William Wright, 12 July 1918-20 August 1918
  • Major General George Cameron, 21 August 1918 to 11 October 1918
  • Major General Charles Summerall, 12 October 1918 to 2 May 1919
  • Major General George Read, 3 May 1919 to 3 October 1922
  • Major General Campbell Hodges, 20 October 1940 to 16 March 1941
  • Major General Edmund Daley, 17 March 1941 to 19 January 1942
  • Major General William Key, 10 January 1942 to 19 May 1942
  • Major General Russell Hartle, 20 May 1942 to 14 July 1943
  • Major General Leonard Gerow, 15 July 1943 to 17 September 1944
  • Major General Edward Brooks, 18 September 1944 to 4 October 1944
  • Major General Leonard Gerow, 5 October 1944 to 14 January 1945
  • Major General Clarence Huebner, 15 January 1945 to 11 November 1945
  • Major General Frank Milburn, 12 November 1945 to 6 June 1946
  • Major General Orlando Ward, 7 June 1946 to 15 November 1946
  • Major General Stafford Irwin, 16 November 1946 to 31 October 1948
  • Lieutenant General John Hodge, 1 November 1948 to 31 August 1950
  • Lieutenant General John Leonard, 1 September 1950 to 18 June 1951
  • Brigadier General Boniface Campbell, 19 June 1951 to 1 August 1951
  • Major General John Dahlquist, 2 August 1951 to 4 March 1953
  • Major General Ira Swift, 5 March 1953 to 17 June 1954
  • Lieutenant General Charles Hart, 18 June 1954 to 28 March 1956
  • Lieutenant General Lemuel Mathewson, 29 March 1956 to 16 August 1957
  • Lieutenant General Francis Farrell, 17 August 1957 to 31 March 1959
  • Lieutenant General Paul Adams, 1 April 1959 to 30 September 1960
  • Lieutenant General Frederic Brown, 1 October 1960 to 28 August 1961
  • Lieutenant General John Waters, 29 August 1961 to 14 May 1962
  • Lieutenant General John Michaelis, 15 May 1962 to 14 July 1963
  • Lieutenant General Creighton Abrams, 15 July 1963 to 3 August 1964
  • Lieutenant General James Polk, 1 September 1964 to 27 February 1966
  • Lieutenant General George Mather, 28 February 1966 to 31 May 1967
  • Lieutenant General Andrew Boyle, 1 July 1967 to 31 July 1969
  • Lieutenant General Claire Hutchin, 15 September 1969 to 23 January 1971
  • Lieutenant General Willard Pearson, 14 February 1971 to 31 May 1973
  • Lieutenant General William Desobry, 1 June 1973 to 24 August 1975
  • Lieutenant General Robert Fair, 25 August 1975 to 4 January 1976
  • Lieutenant General Donn Starry, 16 February 1976 to 17 June 1977
  • Lieutenant General Sidney Berry, 19 July 1977 to 27 February 1980
  • Lieutenant General Willard Scott, 27 February 1980 to 15 July 1981
  • Lieutenant General Paul Williams, 15 July 1981 to 29 May 1984
  • Lieutenant General Robert Wetzel, 29 May 1984 to 23 June 1986
  • Lieutenant General Colin Powell, 23 June 1986 to 1 January 1987
  • Major General Lincoln Jones, 1 January 1987 to 23 March 1987
  • Lieutenant General John Woodmansee, 23 March 1987 to 21 July 1989
  • Lieutenant General George Joulwan, 7 August 1989 to 9 November 1990
  • Lieutenant General David Maddox, 9 November 1990 to 17 June 1992
  • Lieutenant General Jerry Rutherford, 17 June 1992 to 6 April 1995
  • Lieutenant General John Abrams, 6 April 1995 to 31 July 1997
  • Lieutenant General John Hendrix, 31 July 1997 to 16 November 1999
  • Lieutenant General James Riley, 16 November 1999 to 18 July 2001
  • Lieutenant General William Wallace, 18 July 2001 to 14 June 2003
  • Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, 14 June 2003 to 6 September 2006
  • Major General Fred Robinson, 6 September 2006 to 19 January 2007
  • Lieutenant General James Thurman, 19 January 2007 to 8 August 2007
  • Lieutenant General Kenneth Hunzeker, 8 August 2007 to 31 July 2009
  • Brigadier General Michael Ryan, 8 August 2009 to 3 November 2010
  • Brigadier General Allen Batschelet, 3 November 2010 to June 2011
  • Brigadier General Ricky Gibbs, June 2011 to 10 January 2012
  • Lieutenant General James Terry, 10 January 2012 to 15 September 2013

References[edit]

United States. Dept. of Army. Headquarters, V Corps. "It Will Be Done!" U.S. Army V Corps, 1918–2009: a pictorial history. Harold E. Raugh, Jr., Ed. Grafenwoehr, Germany: Druckerei Hutzler, 2009.

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