Vietnam War

What was the purpose did the Vietnam war serve?

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An attempt to stop communist aggression.

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As in WW2 and the Korean War, Women primarily served as nurses during the Vietnam War.


If it's not on his discharge papers, he didn't serve.


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The men drafted to serve in the military during the Vietnam War were ages 18 to 25 years old.


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He was probably too young to have fought in the war.


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What purpose would that serve.


African-Americans made up 12.6% of the American soldiers in Vietnam in the Vietnam War. This was the highest proportion of African Americans to serve in an American war. Subsequently, African-American soldiers increased significantly by the end of the war.


Ask to see his DD214. If it's not on that document; he wasn't there.


The United States entered the Vietnam conflict to prevent Southeast Asian countries from falling to the Communists.


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to honor the veterans of the war because they fought for their country what do u think? to honor the soldiers that died in or from wounds during the Vietnam War



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To honor and memorialize the lives of the nearly 60,000 Americans who died in the Vietnam War, and to those whose whereabouts are still unknown.


No. He had resigned from his army commission by 1952. Truman asked him to step down as General of the Army. This is well before Vietnam.


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