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Answered 2010-01-06 07:39:16

President Eisenhower sent US troops to Vietnam in 1955, President Ford pulled out the last US troops in 1975.

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Because they didn't have enough time to leave Vietnam during the Vietnam War



When did the US enter Vietnam?

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What caused the US to enter into a full scale war in Vietnam?

the attack of two U.S. destroyers by the North Vietnamese. Gradpoint


Do US citizens need visa to enter Vietnam?

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Why did America leave the Vietnam?

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What prompted the US to enter into an all-out war in Vietnam?

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Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US


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