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A comprehensive list of Vietnam War veterans is impossible to obtain, but the Vietnam War section of Military Indexes is an excellent online resource for the information that is available. This site contains a directory ...

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As of 2013, there were approximately 7,391,000 living veterans who served during the Vietnam war. They are the largest group of veterans in the United States.

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Some facts about Vietnam veterans are that over 9 million military personnel served during the official Vietnam conflict, but only 2.7 million of these veterans were in Vietnam itself and surrounding conflict areas. Comp...

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Of the 19.6 living U.S. veterans alive in 2013, 7 million served during the Vietnam War era. Of those 7 million veterans, nearly 176,000 served during both the Vietnam War and the Korean War, while close to 40,000 served...

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Approximately 9.2 million servicemen served in the United States military during the Vietnam War. As of 2013, about 75 percent were still alive. Of the 9.2 million, approximately 2.7 million of them served in Vietnam. Th...

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The Vietnam War began as a civil war between North and South Vietnam, with the South being opposed to communist rule. Most historians see the Vietnam War as a consequence of the Cold War and the fear of global communism.

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There are many reasons why the United States was unable to win the Vietnam War, but the most pressing issue at the time that caused its end was public opinion, which turned overwhelmingly against the war after the Vietco...

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