There were many women working in military hospitals in the Vietnam war.
alot of women died in the Vietnam war died
58209 died in Vietnam. 2000 more are missing.
8 US military women were killed in Vietnam; 7 in vehicle/airplane accidents and 1 from a communist rocket attack on her medical facility.
There were over 1.3 million military deaths in the Vietnam War.
not sure on just the women, but both women and men 400,000 died.
The total number of military casualties from both sides in the Vietnam War was 1.475 million.
About 58,209 U.S. military service people died in the Vietnam War. About 645,000 Americans died during the Civil War fought in the U.S.
58,226 American soldiers died in Vietnam or were listed as missing in action. Actually, it matters how it is worded. how many men of our died 58248 men women 8 and all together is 58256.
Three hundred and thirty three.
Over 58,000 U.S. military died during the Vietnam War.
Over 7,500 US military women nurses volunteered to go to Vietnam.
Nearly 15,000 US Marines died in Vietnam. Here is a link to the American War and Military Operations Casualties: Lists and Statistics You can find statistics for every war, and every branch of the military. It shows that 14,844 Marines were killed in the Vietnam Conflict.
About 2.1 million total men and women served in the Vietnam war. Two hundred and fifty thousand lost their lives, were MIA, or injured.
1. WWI-10,000 US military women served over-seas. 2. WWII-350,000 US military women served in the military. 3. Korean War-approximately 600 US military women served in Korea-nearly all nurses. 4. Vietnam War-about 7,500 US military women in country; nearly all were nurses.
58,228 US civilians and military personnel were killed in the Vietnam War.
None, because they were all busy in the kitchen making food for the troops. Women were not allowed to fight in the military until later in time.
Equal opportunity occurred AFTER Vietnam. Vietnam was the last traditional war fought by men. Women in Vietnam and the US military were ALL VOLUNTEERS, and they mostly served in the medical field. US Military leadership in Vietnam consisted of World War II commanders (Westmoreland, Abrams, Colonel Patton (GEN Patton's son), Curtis LeMay, etc.) and they fought Vietnam WWII style; which was the only way they knew. American tradition in Vietnam, Korea, WWII, WWI, etc. required that "Mom and Apple Pie" were to be protected; consequently, US women were protected...by men. Only 8 US military females died in Vietnam, and 7 of those were in accidents. 5 were killed during "Operation Baby Lift" when the C-5 Galaxy they were in crashed on take off during the evacuation of South Vietnam in 1975.
8 US military female nurses; all but one by accidents.
Sixty-eight American women were killed in the Vietnam War. Sixty were civilians and eight were military. Only one female American was killed, and she was USA ANC 1LT Sharon Ann Lane.
It is estimated by the US Military that over 200,000 South Vietnamese soldiers died during the Vietnam War. The total death toll is believed to be over 3 million.
No women was reported to have served in any army in WW2. However, the military death toll is about 25 Million.