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August 4, 1964 - January 27, 1973Total who served in all Armed Forces: 8,744,000Deployed khổng lồ Southeast Asia: 3,403,000

Battle Deaths: 47,424Other Deaths (In Theatre): 10,785Wounded: 153,303Medals of Honor: 238

Unique Health RisksAgent Orange ExposureHepatitis CSummary of War

America"s involvement in Vietnam lasted from 1957 until 1975. In 1954, the French were defeated and the former colony of French Indochina was divided into Communist North Vietphái mạnh và (non-Communist) South Vietphái nam. In 1957, the Vietcong began a rebellion against the South Vietnam giới government of President Diem, whom the US supported with equipment & advisors. In 1963, the government was overthrown, Diem was killed, and a new government was formed. In August of 1964, Congress passed the Tonkin Gulf Resolution giving the President the power lớn take "all necessary measures" khổng lồ "prsự kiện further (Communist) aggression." Between 1965 và 1969, US troop strength rose from 60,000 lớn over 543,000 in country. Despite the US"s superior firepower against the guerilla forces of the enemy, the two sides fought khổng lồ a highly destructive sầu draw.Quý khách hàng đã xem: Vietphái mạnh flashbachồng là gì

In the US, increased casualties & higher taxes to lớn support the war lead khổng lồ great public dissatisfaction & a growing anti-war movement. In January 1968, the Tet Offensive began a new phase with attacks on the cities of South Vietphái nam. In May of 1968, the US began peace negotiations, which eventually broke down. However, a change in US policy led lớn the greater emphasis on training & supplying South Vietnamese troops & US withdrawal began in July 1968. TV coverage brought the war directly to lớn America"s living rooms in a way never before experienced. Antiwar demonstrations intensified as did concern over war crimes và the environmental impact of Agent Orange.

Approximately 2,700,000 American men & women served in Vietnam. It was the first war in which the US failed khổng lồ meet its objectives. It was also the first time America failed lớn welcome its veterans bachồng as heroes. Many veterans were attacked personally by their fellow countrymen, who opposed the war. This situation magnified the stress associated with their combat experiences. Also contributing khổng lồ the bít tất tay many veterans experienced was the lack of unit cohesiveness as many were sent to Vietphái nam as individuals và left when their year"s tour was completed. They often traveled khổng lồ & from Vietphái mạnh by air, being an active sầu combatant one day and a veteran returning lớn a hostile civilian environment the next. They reported being spat upon as they disembarked at the airport và being uncomfortable wearing their unisize in public.

Following the war, veterans experienced many readjustment problems and adverse health effects, many of the latter attributed khổng lồ Agent Orange. The Vet Center program was established lớn giảm giá khuyến mãi with the readjustment problems in an environment acceptable to lớn the anti-establishment veterans. After years of debate, Congress directed the National Academy of Sciences lớn conduct a comprehensive reviews & of the scientific & medical literature on Agent Orange & the other herbicides used in Vietphái mạnh. As a result of the first two Reviews, published in 1994 và 1996, now recognizes eight conditions which are presumed lớn be related to service in Vietphái mạnh for the purposes of establishing service-connection: soft tissue sarcoma, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Hodgkin"s disease, chloracne, porphyria cutanea tarda, respiratory cancers, multiple myeloma, prostate cancer, ađáng yêu periperal neuropathy, & spimãng cầu bifida in offspring.