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US Combat Forces pulled out of Vietnam in March 1973 under the Nixon administration, all US Personnel were pulled out in April 1975 under President Ford's administration, when South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam's Army.

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Unwinnable.There was no country named Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The US didn't back down, it simply departed.


The last US ground troops left Vietnam on 29 March 1973.


The US had personnel in Vietnam since 1954.


March 29,1973. All US personnel were evacuated in April 1975.


US Military Forces were deployed to South Vietnam as early as 1955.


Vietnam is a communist country. US forces are not allowed there. However, US veterans visit Vietnam as tourists every year.


1968; nearly 17,000 US servicemen died in Vietnam that year.


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1973-the year we got our POWs back. The POWs were part of the deal. If they weren't going to return our men, we weren't going to pull out.


Not only were the US losing , but the people who lived there didn't want them there and the US population were no longer supportive of it.


In January 1973, an agreement reached and U.S. forces were withdrawn from Vietnam and U.S. prisoners of war were released.


The Vietnam War ended in 30th April 1975. When the US stopped sending troops to Vietnam.


The United States withdrew from Vietnam on March 29, 1973.


Because it was an unwinnable war. They didn't pull out they were defeated and ran.


Most historians accept the year 1961 as the beginning of US military involvement in Vietnam.


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well to put it in simple terms,,, America deciding to pull troopss out of Vietnam,, and allow North to unify back with the South


Eisenhower sent US Military Advisers to Vietnam in '55.


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The US pulled out in March '73.


US POW's were returned in 1973.



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The last U.S. forces left South Vietnam in 1973. The US Embassy was evacuated and the last advisers pulled out in April 1975.


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