Last US troops pulled out when Saigon fell in April '75.
Nixon pulled the bulk of them out; Ford finished the job.
President Richard M. Nixon
President Eisenhower sent US troops to Vietnam in 1955, President Ford pulled out the last US troops in 1975.
The American Military pulled the troops out of Vietnam because of political pressure on the home front.
North invaded the south and won the war.
It was president Richard Nixon who finally pulled all U.S troops from Vietnam.
The us slowly pulled the troops out and handed the fighting over to the south vietnamese army
It ended in 1973 when the last ground troops were pulled out of Vietnam.
Mexican troops; Platoon 201
This is a false statement, not a question. The last US troops left in April 1975, but the last ground advisor troops left in March 1973.
communism took over Vietnam
Why US troops at Thailand tdy's in Vietnam 1962?
The US , and South Korea , began troop withdrawals from South Vietnam in March 1973 as part of President Nixon's plan for "Vietnamization" .
There are a number of things that happened after the US pulled out of Vietnam. One of the negative impacts was the collapse of Army of the Republic of South Vietnam.
The North Vietnamese won!
Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US
US special troops in 1955; US conventional troops in 1965.
The US asked them to.
there was no cease fire. it ended with nixon pulling out troops. after we pulled out south vietnam fell so we didnt do anything further
America pulled out of Vietnam because of mounting casualties and public disaproval of the war.
Officially, from 1965 to 1975. However, US troops had been involved in Vietnam since 1955.