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The advanced party 1st Cavalry Division transferred to their landing crafts and landed unopposed at the Yokohama docks. By nightfall, the 1st Cavalry Division were occupying initial staging areas throughout the harbor. With the staging areas secure, a reconnaissance party headed by Colonel Charles A.
Shore who had arrived by plane five days earlier to reconnoiter and select several assembly area locations for the landing parties.
The initial assembly areas were within five blocks of the Yokohama docks. By nightfall, the troops of the 1st Cavalry Division were occupying staging areas throughout the harbor. The Division Artillery was quartered at Hara-Machida.
The 8th Cavalry was passed to the control of XI Corps with the mission of occupying Yokohama and were stationed at Kawasaki.
The 12th Cavalry was assigned the missions of seizing five airfields in the vicinity of Tachikawa which were completed by the evening of 04 September. At noon, a reconnaissance party headed by Colonel Charles A.
This embarkment was the first official movement of American personnel into the capital of the mighty Japanese Empire. The reconnaissance was without incident. Its mission was to find bivouac areas for the Division within the city itself. Although there had been some doubt as to reactions of the Japanese populace when the troops had first come ashore, no friction or untoward incidents developed.
In the Kanto Plain area surrounding Tokyo was a large segment of the Japanese army which was commencing its own disarmament. The units included 14 infantry divisions, 17 independent mixed brigades, one armored division, and one infantry regiment. Had any part of this force decided to rebel at the provisions of the peace agreement, the 1st Cavalry Division might have been badly hit before it had gained a firm foothold in Japan.
On the contrary, both the Japanese and the Americans were highly pleased at the behavior of each other. The troopers' experience with the unyielding do-or-die conduct of the Japanese soldier on the battlefield made it almost inconceivable that he would permit these "foreign barbarians" to walk upon the sacred soil of Nippon without displaying some kind of resistance even though it would be a futile, token-like nature.
Instead, the Japanese people exhibited a fine willingness to cooperate to the utmost of their ability. The party included a veteran from each troop in the Division so that all units would be represented on this climatic trek of the war.
General Chase stepped across the line thereby putting the American Army officially in Tokyo and adding another "First" to the record of the "First Team.
On the same morning, General MacArthur made his official entry into Tokyo, escorted by the 2nd Squadron, 7th Cavalry, the nd Reconnaissance Troop, and the Division Band carrying the Division standards and colors.
The official "Flag of Liberation Raising Ceremony" took place at hours. The flag was the one which had been flying over the Capitol at Washington on Pearl Harbor Day and had flown over the Battleship Missouri while the surrender documents were being signed. The Flag of Liberation was also the first American flag to be flown over Rome, Italy, at the conclusion of hostilities with that country.
Troopship Cecil - Yokohama, Japan As soon as the Tokyo convey got underway, transport ships moved to dockside and began their operation of unloading equipment and deboarding of personnel of the 1st Cavalry Division.
During the next week, the majority of the units took temporary, makeshift quarters designated in the Meiji Shrine Park located in Tokyo, where they remained for the first week as more permanent facilities were located.
The Division's first mission in Tokyo was to assume control of the central portion of the city.
Troops of the 7th Cavalry guarded the American Embassy where General MacArthur had taken up residence, and the Meiji Shrine, one of the most sacred geographical points in Japan, according to Japanese belief.
Daily patrols began the long task of locating, investigating and reporting all Japanese installations which had contributed to the nation's war effort.
All arsenals, factories, barracks and storage grounds had to be examined and reports made of their contents. In addition, the Division was concerned with the status of demobilization of the Japanese armed forces.
Although the Imperial Army and Navy were being disbanded under supervision of Japanese officials, the 1st Cavalry Division maintained liaison with them and checked on the progress of their work.
Japanese Army uniforms were much in evidence but the insignia was removed from them in compliance to the surrender terms.
During the next week, most of the units moved to the Meiji Shrine Park in Tokyo. The first units to move into more permanent quarters, the 12th Cavalry and the artillery battalions, were located at the Japanese Military Preparatory Academy at Asaka, fourteen miles northwest of the center of Tokyo.
The 1st Brigade Headquarters command post and 5th Cavalry were located at Camp McGill at Otawa, approximately twenty miles south of Yokohama, where they carried out their regional duties. The 7th Cavalry was situated at the Merchant Marine School. Division Headquarters and other units were stationed at Camp Drake located within 20 miles north-east of downtown Tokyo.
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At hours of 04 September the leading ships were in place in the inner harbor of Yokohama. The First Team was given the honor of leading the Allied Occupational Army into Tokyo.
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