There were a number of elements that made fighting in Vietnam difficult for Americans. Among these were the language/culture differences, thick jungles and mountainous terrain, swamp and bogs, monsoons and swollen rivers, lack of acclimatization of occupying forces (French then US troops), difficulty identifying the enemy (a guerrilla force that blended with the homogenous population), lack of home front support (growing social unrest and antiwar sentiment), unclear objectives, ineffective (puppet) government in South Vietnam, unsteady (rotating seat of power) ally government, long supply lines (approximately 8,000 miles of ocean between the US and Vietnam), and a host of other reasons.
None in Vietnam; only the Australians and New Zealanders went there.
they didnt have their teddy bears
The weather, the enemy, their fellow countrymen.
Terrain, lack of knowledge of our enemy, China and USSR support
He faced difficulties among travels such as issues.
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they face violence
Your face is the population of vietnam
The weather in Palestine.
he had surgery
they had to face murder ps. swagdip
it gives you faith in god and god helps you in the difficulties that you face Final Answer: It depends on if you believe in God. Then, the above answer is true.
they faced not having any family with them, they might not ever see their family again, and if you became too close of a friend, you would feel horrible when that person died
she faced being called "fat" in front of her face
They have to be careful of the weather
The blood sqiurting in your face.
Finding it after they ran out