November 28, This day during the Korean War

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November 28, 1950 – All 2 ID units north of the Ch’ongch’on are ordered to retreat south of the river. Meanwhile I Corps is organizing a defense line on the south bank of the river while IX Corps it trying to hold the CCF east of Kunu-ri. Later in the day the 2nd ID, now with the Turkish Brigade attached, is ordered withdraw to Wawon, about 4 miles northeast of Kunu-ri. The 38th is ordered to withdraw and reassemble about a mile south of Kunu-ri, which it does. During this time the Turkish Brigade began withdrawing, without orders, from Wawon to Sinmin-ni.



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