The Viet Cong was the military arm of the National Liberation Front, South Vietnamese Communists, who supported the goals of the North Vietnamese Communists in their attempt to gain military and political control over South Vietnam. The North Vietnamese Army was the regular army of North Vietnam. MrV
The Vietminh were Vietnamese. The NVA were NORTH Vietamese; that's why there's an "N" in front of the letters "VA"..."N"VA...NORTH Vietnamese Army.
The final city that fell to the North Vietnamese Army was Saigon.
The North Vietnamese Army was a regular army; just the like the US Army. The South Vietnamese communists living in South Vietnam were called the Viet Cong (VC); they were the guerrillas.
NVN=North Vietnamese Navy NVAF=North Vietnamese Air Force NVA=North Vietnamese Army
For North Vietnam or South Vietnam? The North Vietnamese were known simply as the 'North Vietnamese Army' (NVA) to US forces, but their actual title was Vietnam Peoples' Army, as it common practice in Communist states. The South Vietnamese Army was referred to as the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN).
North Vietnamese Army; regular army troops.
NVA (North Vietnamese Army).
NVA stands for the North Vietnamese Army.
If you mean who the enemy was, it were the: North Vietnamese Army Vietcong Khmer Rouge and the Pathet Lao While the "Main Enemies" Were the vietcong and the north vietnamese army.
The North Vietnamese Army (North Vietnamese Air Force over N. Vietnam) and the Viet Cong.
The North Vietnamese Army conquered the South Vietnamese Army with a conventional tank & infantry assault in 1975.
The local VC took their orders from Hanoi. The NVA was Hanoi's regular army.
No , he commanded the North Vietnamese Army .
The U.S. Army 1st Air Cav and the North Vietnamese Army.
North Vietnamese Air Force vs US Air Force and US Navy air units. North Vietnamese Army vs US Army, US Marines, ARVN, Australian Army, ROKs, etc.
North Vietnamese Army infiltration in 1955, NVA tank/infantry invasion and victory in 1975.
President Nixon's policy of Vietnamization was designed to shift the burden of Vietnam War onto the South Vietnamese army so the United States army could withdraw from the country. Nixon hoped that the South Vietnamese army would be able to defeat North Vietnam if it continued to receive supplies from the United States. The policy failed. Once the United States army withdrew, the South Vietnamese army was defeated by the North Vietnamese army.
The North Vietnamese Army was approaching (at a good speed!).
North Vietnamese Army .
Which Vietnamese? The war was fought between two different countries: North Vietnam and South Vietnam, with allies from other nations. The war went conventional after the Tonkin Gulf Incident in 1964, when in 1965 conventional US forces were deployed to South Vietnam. From that point onward, units of the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) fought units of the US Army, US Marine Corps, US Navy (who fought elements of the North Vietnamese Navy), and US Air Force (who engaged elements of the North Vietnamese Air Force-NVAF).
We never won. The North Vietnamese Army won.
The VC (Vietcong) and NVA (North Vietnamese Army).
Fair to the North Vietnamese Army!
Which war, US Civil war? Union. Vietnam? NVA - North Vietnamese Army - actual army VC - Viet Cong - guerrilla fighters
The Viet Cong were insurgents and terrorists in South Vietnam, who supported the North Vietnamese Army. While the North Vietnamese Army fought in direct combat from the north, the Viet Cong used guerilla warfare and insurgency tactics to interrupt operations in the south.