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Commanded by:
Major General Gouverneur Warren (to 3/24)
Major General Winfield S. Hancock

First Division Brigadier General John C. Caldwell
1st Brigade Colonel H. B. McKean (to 3/14)
Lieutenant Colonel K. O. Broady (3/25)
Colonel Nelson A. Miles
2nd Brigade Major A.J. Lawler (to 3/25)
Colonel T. A. Smythe
3rd Brigade Colonel Paul Frank (to 3/20)
Colonel A. Funk (to 3/25)
Colonel Paul Frank
4th Brigade Colonel H. L. Brown (to 3/25)
Colonel John R. Brooke
Second Division Major General John Gibbon
1st Brigade Colonel Selden Connor (to 3/25)
Brigadier General Alexander Webb
2nd Brigade Colonel R. P. Smith (to 3/18)
Colonel C. Kockersperger (to 3/25)
Colonel T. G. Morehead
3rd Brigade Colonel T. G. Morehead (to 3/25)
Colonel Samuel S. Carroll
Third Division Brigadier General Joshua T. Owen (to 3/25)
Major General David B. Birney

1st Brigade Colonel Samuel S. Carroll (to 3/24)
Colonel T. W. Egan
2nd Brigade Colonel T. A. Smythe (to 3/25)
Colonel Samuel S. Carroll
3rd Brigade Colonel Augustus Funk discontinued 3/25; to 1 Div. 3 Brig.
Fourth Division Brigadier General John B. Carr
1st Brigade Brigadier General Gershom Mott
2nd Brigade Colonel William R. Brewster
Artillery Brigade Colonel John C. Tidball 
10th Massachusetts Battery Captain J. Henry Sleeper from 3rd Corps Artilllery
1st New Hampshire Battery Captain Frederick M. Edgell from 3rd Corps Artilllery
1st New York Artillery, Battery G Captain Nelson Ames
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery F Captain Bruce Ricketts
1st Pennsylvania Artillery, Battery G to Camp Berry, Washington
Pennsylvania Independent Battery C&F Captain James Thompson to Camp Berry, Washington
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery A Captain William A. Arnold
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery B Lieutenant Fred T. Brown
4th United States Artillery, Battery K Lieutenant John W. Roder
5th United States Artillery, Batteries C&K Lieutenant James Gilliss from 3rd Corps Artilllery