Task Force 90
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Task Force 90 was a United States Navy command during the Korean War that controlled the amphibious forces in theatre. It reported directly to Commander Naval Forces Far East. Its most high profile operation was the Incheon amphibious assault, Operation Chromite.
It was later active during Operation Passage to Freedom after the Geneva Accords of 1955.
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