Unless there has been any changes; 8 (of 58260 total). Only one was killed in action, when a communist rocket struck her medical facility. Two were killed while riding as passengers in a Jeep & helicopter, and 5 died during Operation Baby Lift, when their C-5 Galaxy crashed during take off during the evacuation of South Vietnam in 1975.
There are 58,272 names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall.
As of June 2010, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial contained 58,267 names.
Over 58,000 men and 8 women.
58,267 names are arranged chronologically in order of the date of casualty.
Sadly to long with too many names to be imaginable
Per Wikipedia 8 of the 58,260 names belong to women. Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia That means approximately 0.01 percent of the names belong to women. However, many, many more women fought. Their names were just not recorded.
The previous answer was absurdly high. There are currently 58,272 names engraved on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The Memorial opened with 58,191, but several were added as new information became available. It is possible that some of these names are those of veterans who, in fact, survived the war, and were listed on the Memorial because of clerical errors.
There are many soldiers that died in Vietnam, if you want a complete list for Americans go to the Vietnam memorial in Washington D.C.
As of 2010, 58,267 people. (6 names were added in 2010 to bring it to that total)
Over 58,000 men and 8 women.
There are 58,286 Americans named on the memorial honoring those who gave their lives in service to the American nation while fighting the war in Vietnam .
If you're asking about a memorial for the American casualties, the answer is "no". There are many memorials to the forces that the north lost, however.
Wikipedia says the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial is 2.00 acres. Hope this helps! -Josh
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Civil Rights Memorial
More than likely, many veterans are in wheelchairs, confirm with their website: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
Approximately 2.4 million people visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial each year.
For US casualties, see the website on the Vietnam War Memorial Wall. It will show you the names, dates, home towns, and ages of more than 58,000 men and 8 women.
1,072 servicemen from Minnesota died in the Vietnam War.
There are many monuments to men in Washington DC. Some of them include:The Washington MonumentThe Lincoln MemorialThe Jefferson MemorialThe Martin Luther Kind, Jr. MemorialVietnam Veterans MemorialVietnam Women's MemorialThe Franklin Delano Roosevelt MemorialKorean War Veterans MemorialMarine Corps War Memorial
There are two different bronze statue areas, The Three Soldiers and the Vietnam Women' Memorial, which consists of three nurses and a wounded soldier. So there are seven soldiers present at the Memorial.
Review the "Vietnam War Memorial Wall" on the website , it will give you the names and home towns, and ages of the more than 58,000 men (Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force, and Coast Guard) and 8 women who died in the Vietnam War.