If the two sources named on the previous post don't work, then try the US Department of Defense, Vietnam War Service Index.
The United States has had a continuous military presence in South Vietnam since the war in 1950.
Read paperback books, played cards, listened to the radio (Good Morning Vietnam type music stationed in Saigon).
The regular conscripted soldiers were put on 100 days tours of duty. How often they actually had to fight battles depended on where they were stationed and what their mission was.
my father was stationed in Alaska during the Vietnam war
1 of the disadvantages of the Vietnam war for the US soldiers were that Vietnam soldiers were stupid.
living conditions of Vietnam soldiers
The soldiers used the orange clusterbombs in Vietnam.
The Tet Offensive was a military campaign during the Vietnam War that began on January 31, 1968 by the forces of the National Liberation Front for South Vietnam. The purpose was to displace the invading army presently stationed in South Vietnam and regain control of the country by the Vietnamese.
Millions and thousands of soldiers served Vietnam to protect the country.
The USAF & USN bombed N. Vietnam. The USMC flew combat missions in support of Marines in SOUTH Vietnam. US Warships stationed off the coast of NORTH Vietnam were operating in "Yankee Station." US Warships stationed off the coast of SOUTH Vietnam were designated "Dixie Station."
A total of 58,168 American soldiers died in Vietnam during the Vietnam War!!
Yes, the Chinese ruled Vietnam for 1,000 years until 939 AD, China was defeated by Vietnam and had lost control over Vietnam. Vietnamese soldiers and civilians in Vietnam were ruled by chinese soldiers and then finally the vietnamese soldiers fought back against the chinese soldiers and China lost the significant battle against Vietnam.
how were the U.S. soldiers treated when they came back from vietnam
There are many soldiers that died in Vietnam, if you want a complete list for Americans go to the Vietnam memorial in Washington D.C.
In America. the American soldiers? No. In Vietnam - the Vietnamese Viet-Cong? Yes.
Most soldiers served 2 years in Vietnam.
Soldiers from North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Korea, Australia, and the United States were all effectively trained and prepared for battle in the Vietnam Conflict.
No He Wasn't In The Vietnam War However, he was drafted into the army and was stationed in Germany--but not during the Vietnam War or any other American war.
One foot infection that soldiers in Vietnam suffered from was an infection called trench foot. Also, many soldiers in Vietnam suffered from basic fungal infections on their feet.
Dwight D. Eisenhower sent soldiers to South Vietnam as advisors.
Legends says that US used Extensive Helicopters to deploy its soldiers in tough terrain of Vietnam.