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The Vietnam War as opposed to other American Conflicts post-WWII.
At the greatest level, the extent of the US combat power in Vietnam was limited to air raids and chemical weapons, as the jungle nature of the country, the guerilla warfare strategies of the Vietcong and the difficulty to discriminate between North and South Vietnamese soldiers made it nearly impossible for the marines to gain ground on land. Though 2.59 million Americans served in the military from 1964 to 1975, the US's significant advances were almost solely dependent upon the air strikes and bombing they administered. The Vietcong clearly was not as forward in weaponry as the US sinc…
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