From the US it was 2.1 million.
Approximately 170,000 Hispanic males served; approximately 3,070 died in Vietnam.
Approximately 2,594,000 US servicemen served in the Vietnam War.
Unknown how many "un-documented" Hispanics served in the war; but 170,000 US Hispanics served in Vietnam, and 3,070 Hispanic men died there.
One out of every 10 Americans who served in Vietnam was a casualty. 58,169 were killed and 304,000 wounded out of 2.59 million who served.
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Approximately 2,594,000 US servicemen served "in country" during the Vietnam War. Approximately 3,403,100 US servicemen served in Southeast Asia during the war.
Approximately 170,000 Hispanic US Servicemen fought in Vietnam; approximately 3,070 of them died there.
About 2.1 million American served in Vietnam.
Over 50,000 Australian servicemen fought in Vietnam. approx. 47000 men and a larged amount of women served
U.S. president Kennedy said many troops to Vietnam to fight the Vietnam War.
Millions and thousands of soldiers served Vietnam to protect the country.
Over 50,000 Australian men served in the war, over 500 of them lost their lives there.
By the end of 1965, the United States had 184,300 troops in Vietnam.
over 50.000 troops
Over 50,000 Australians served in the war; consisting largely of infantrymen, sailors, and Centurion tank crewmen.
The United States had 500,000 servicemen "in country" in the Republic of South Vietnam at it's peak strength during the Vietnam War. 2,594,000 servicemen ultimately served "in country." 3,403,100 US servicemen served through South East Asia during the Vietnam War.
Approximately 500,000 servicemen were in Vietnam in 1968.
The data I have read on WW2 troops does not list ethnicity beyond Black, white, Native American, and Asian. It is only in recent history that Hispanic Americans have been listed as a ethnicity in it's self.
7,484 women served in Vietnam War. Out of that 6,250 (or 83.5%) were nurses. Eight of them were killed.
who took care of the troops in ww1
0, Canada did not fight in Vietnam. 0, Canada did not fight in Vietnam.
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