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The list of United States Army campaigns during World War II is the official list of campaigns of the United States Army conducted during the Second World War,[1] and entitles units with participated in them to a Campaign streamer on the unit colors or company guidon. Personnel are entitle to wear a campaign ribbon on their uniform.

List[]

  • Defense of the Americas Campaign 7 December 1941—2 September 1945
  • Philippine Islands Campaign 7 December 1941—10 May 1942
  • East Indies Campaign 1 January—22 July 1942
  • Aleutian Islands Campaign 3 June 1942—24 August 1943
  • Guadalcanal Campaign 7 August 1942—21 February 1943
  • Northern Solomons Campaign 22 February 1943—21 November 1944
  • Bismarcks Campaign
  • Papua Campaign 23 July 1942—23 January 1943
  • New Guinea Campaign 24 January 1943—31 December 1944
  • Leyte Campaign 17 October 1944—1 July 1945
  • Luzon Campaign 15 December 1944—4 July 1945
  • Southern Philippines Campaign 27 February—4 July 1945
  • Central Pacific Campaign 7 December 1941—6 December 1943 (Gilberts: Makin, etc.)
  • Eastern Mandates Campaign 31 January—14 June 1944 (Marshalls: Kwajalein, Eniwetok, etc.)
  • Western Pacific Campaign 15 June 1944—2 September 1945 (Marianas: Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Palaus: Angaur, Peleliu)
  • Ryukyus Campaign 26 March—2 July 1945 (Okinawa)
  • Burma, 1942 Campaign 7 December 1941—26 May 1942
  • India-Burma Campaign 2 April 1942—28 January 1945
  • Central Burma Campaign 29 January—15 July 1945
  • China Defensive Campaign 4 July 1942—4 May 1945
  • China Offensive Campaign 5 May—2 September 1945
  • Egypt-Libya Campaign 11 June 1942—12 February 1943
  • Algeria-French Morocco Campaign 8 November 1942—11 November 1942
  • Tunisia Campaign 17 November 1942—13 May 1943
  • Sicily Campaign 9 July—17 August 1943
  • Naples-Foggia Campaign 9 September 1943—21 January 1944
  • Anzio Campaign 22 January—24 May 1944
  • Rome-Arno Campaign 22 January—9 September 1944
  • North Apennines Campaign 10 September 1944 – 4 April 1945
  • Po Valley Campaign 5 April-8 May 1945
  • Normandy Campaign 6 June—24 July 1944
  • Northern France Campaign 25 July—14 September 1944
  • Southern France Campaign 15 August—14 September 1944
  • Ardennes-Alsace Campaign
  • Rhineland Campaign
  • Central Europe Campaign 22 March—11 May 1945

Notes[]

References[]

  • A Brief History of the U.S. Army in World War II: The U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II, Center of Military History, United States Army, Washington, D.C., 1992

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