From reactivation in 1950 and throughout the Cold War, the corps guarded part of NATO's front with the Warsaw Pact. Headquartered in Stuttgart at Kelley Barracks it was one of the two main US combat formations in Germany along with V Corps, which was headquartered in Frankfurt am Main at Abrams Building. At the end of the Cold War VII Corps would have commanded the following units in case of war:
- VII Corps, Stuttgart
- 1st Armored Division, Ansbach
- 1st Infantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Riley, KS, OPERATION REFORGER unit. POMCUS Set 1 depots at Mannheim
- 1st Canadian Infantry Division (Mechanized), Kingston, Ontario
- 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized), Würzburg
- 2n Armored Cavalry Regiment, Nürnberg
- VII Corps Artillery, Stuttgart
- 11th Combat Aviation Brigade, Illesheim
- 7th Engineer Brigade, Kornwestheim
- 14th Military Police Brigade, Ludwigsburg
- 2nd Support Command, Nellingen
- 207th Military Intelligence Brigade, Ludwigsburg
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