These folks may not give you a list, but they might point you in the right direction: "National Personnel Records Center, National Archives and Records Service, St. Louis, MO. Then try: "The American War Library."
my father was stationed in Alaska during the Vietnam war
58,228 US civilians and military personnel were killed in the Vietnam War.
US Military personnel were in Vietnam from 1955 thru 1975.
58209 died in Vietnam. 2000 more are missing.
III Corps (aka MR-3=Military Region 3).
Yes. The Green Beret and SEALS are military personnel; they were sent to Vietnam.
the first US military personnel was killed
Nurses and support personnel. Women weren't allowed in battle positions, or as pilots.
The United States has had a continuous military presence in South Vietnam since the war in 1950.
The names of all of the military personnel who died in the Vietnam War.
They increased by the number of dead soldiers
"Charlie" was a slang term referring to any North Vietnamese military personnel.
Nearly ALL operations involved US personnel.
Military records dating back to the Civil War are held at the U.S. Military Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Mo.
9,087,000 military personnel served on active duty during the Vietnam Era 8,744,000 personnel were on active duty during the war 3,403,100 (including 514,300 offshore) personnel served in the SE Asia 2,594,000 personnel served within the borders of South Vietnam Another 50,000 men served in Vietnam between 1960 and 19647,484 women served in Vietnam, of whom 6,250 or 83.5% were nurses
Nearly all US Female military & civilian personnel volunteered for Vietnam duty. They served as nurses during the war.
The Vietnam War was a conventional war; it did not involve nuclear weapons, so there was no poisoning of the atmosphere from radiation or nuclear fallout. As far as medical treatments for personnel encountered during the war; US Military Medical Personnel conducted medical treatment on nearly all people that came into contact with US military personnel, in the war zone or not. This included wounded enemy personnel.
From 1957 to 1959 US Soldiers (US Army) operated as US military advisors under MAAGV (US Military Assistance Advisory Group Vietnam). In 1962 MACV (US Military Assistance Command Vietnam) was created; MACV existed until the end of the war.
yes Ijust got my print out from the American War library and it was listed as issued
Over 3,403,100 US Servicemen served in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War; of those men, 2,594,000 served in country (South Vietnam).
The U.S. sent funding and military support to French forces in Vietnam starting in 1950. By 1961 the US had military advisors stationed in Vietnam. The US did not become fully involved as a military force until 1965. The French fought for roughly 11 years prior to that. There is also the point that there have been military actions between North and South Vietnam hundreds of years before the French became involved.144 days????
The Vietnam War lasted ten thousand days, and involved over one million US military personnel. No list exists, but thousands, perhaps tens of thousands were awarded.