Why was the Navy Crucial to success in Vietnam?
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bill gates . its not. look at bill gates.
The Great Compromise.
The took place in a few different states. The federalistsexperienced important successes in the battle for ratification inNew York, Virginia, and Massachusetts.
Aircraft Carriers and the US Navy's Brown Water Navy (Riverine Forces).
For the communists, yes.
US Navy warships worked the gunline off the North and South Vietnamese coastline. North of the DMZ was called YANKEE station; South of the DMZ was termed DIXIE station. Not …counting the thousands upon thousands of jet air strikes launched by the aircraft carriers, the surface warships of the fleet delivered millions of 5", 6", and 8" artillery shells from the gunline. The US battleship USS New Jersey fired nearly 6,000 16" shells during her tour of duty in Vietnam. The battleship's 2,000 pound shells equated to dropping a one ton bomb over enemy territory during the war. The New Jersey had been activated to reduce US aircraft losses over North Vietnam, while still delivering the payload required to defeat the enemy. Lastly, the US Navy operated it's Brown Water Navy in the Mekong Delta of South Vietnam. The Brown Water Navy's riverine forces engaged communist forces thru-out the river systems of South Vietnam using their Swift Boats and PBR's, Alpha Boats and Monitors. Although no US warships were sunk during the war (two were bombed by NVAF MiG-17's however); many US Navy riverine boats were sunk or destroyed in action (in battle).
The states that were crucial to the constitutions success were New York, Virginia, and North Carolina.
Extremely! Without them, the poor air force would've had to transport every tank, field gun, airplane, jet, helicopter, parts, vehicles, fuel, food, ammunition, and men to and… from Vietnam. Additionally, without the Navy, the (again) poor ole air force would've had to pound the enemy (in both the north and south) with rockets and bombs. And, to be accurate, the air force would've suffered astronomical LOSSES of aircraft during the course of the war. So "astronomical" that the USAF would probably have been either physically defeated or just plain unable to do the job. Just one very small example, to prove a point: in 1966 the US lost approximately 1,000 jets in Vietnam. The US battleship USS New Jersey was activated and deployed to the gunline, delivering the equivalent of nearly 6,000 two thousand pound bombs WITHOUT the risk/loss of a million dollar jet and the man that flew it. Without that battleship, jets and men would've been lost delivering those loads. Answer: Apparently it wasn't. The US lost the war in VietNam withdrawing its troops in April 1975.
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The Great Compromise, or Connecticut Compromise, which stated that both a House of Representatives (in which the number of representatives a state got was determined based on …it's population), and the Senate (in which each states got that same number of representatives and votes), by Roger Sherman, which settled a dispute between the Virginia Plan, backed by James Madison (which supported the states' number of votes be based on population), and the New Jersey Plan, backed by William Paterson (which supported the same number of votes be given to each state). The Virginia Plan would give more power to the states with a higher population, like Pennsylvania and Virginia, which would leave small states without much of a say. The New Jersey Plan gave equal power to all. This combination would be crucial in the passing and rejecting of many bills and laws in the years to come.
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