US Color Coded War Plans

The United States Color Coded War Plans were the realistic response designed for the domestic and international affairs
Chicago Daily reporting
on FDR's War Plan
CThe United States Color Coded War Plans were the realistic response designed for the domestic and international affairs.These plans were based on real and practical world alliances and developments that were taking place in the early 1900s.The basic aim of these plans was to address the strategic problems which could arise in case of a conflict with a particular country.                

Secondly, the existence of these plans was because of Monroe Doctrine for the contingencies for or against the very nations in the Western Hemisphere.

A plan for war with Germany. The best-known version of Black was conceived as a contingency plan during World War I, in case France fell and the Germans attempted to seize French possessions in the Caribbean Sea, or launch an attack on the eastern seaboard.

There were two War Plans named Gray. The first dealt with Central America and the Caribbean, and the second dealt with invading the Portuguese Azores.

Dealt with an uprising in the Philippines

Intervention in cuba

Plan for United Kingdom

Plan for Japan

Plan for 2-front war with Germany and Japan

Plan for China

Plan for France and its Caribbean colonies

Plan for Mexico

Plan for occupation of Iceland

Plan for South American Republic

Plan for Latin America

Plan for domestic Uprising

Plan for peace time operations

Source: United States color-coded War Plans