Vietnam War

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Correction on slide #49, Khe Sanh is misspelled as "Ka Son."

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  • Thanks for taking the time to comment DuWayne. It looks like the misspelling is on Slide 49, and you are correct that it should be spelled 'Khe Sanh.' If we get the chance to edit it, we'll be sure to fix the error. This slideshow was sent in by a customer who was in Vietnam. Sgt Grit also served in Vietnam and you can find more info on him on this page, http://www.grunt.com/corps/about-sgt-grit/.
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  • The least you could have done is spell Khe Sanh correctly. Obviously you were never there. i was there.
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Vietnam War

  1. 1. <ul><li>Of the 2.7 million Americans that served in the Vietnam war… </li></ul><ul><li>300,000 were wounded in action </li></ul><ul><li>75,000 were disabled </li></ul><ul><li>Of the casualties listed on The Wall, approximately 1,300 remain missing in action </li></ul><ul><li>58,129 were killed </li></ul><ul><li>The average age was 19 </li></ul>
  2. 2. <ul><li>On the Vietnamese side it is estimated… </li></ul><ul><li>1.1 million North Vietnamese and Viet Cong (Southern resistance soldiers) were killed </li></ul><ul><li>Over 2 million North and South Vietnamese citizens were killed </li></ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>In the United States we refer to this conflict as the Vietnam War </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>In Vietnam, citizens refer to this conflict as the American War </li></ul>
  5. 5. THE COST OF WAR! Young Americans!
  6. 6. Saddle up we’re moving OUT.
  7. 7. Zippo Up
  8. 8. Napalm
  9. 9. Some of us came home one way or the other
  10. 10. Causalities of all side and all ages
  11. 11. Pain followed us all of our lives
  12. 12. For some of us the pain ended
  13. 13. Hot LZ “set up a perimeter incoming!’
  14. 14. We had enemies on the FRONT and at HOME
  15. 15. Keep your interval
  16. 16. I want the Ham and Mothers
  17. 17. Remember Folks this is only a CONFLICT
  18. 18. GET THE MEDI-EVAC READY Chopper is here.
  19. 19. Only a few bail out a good plane and Scream like Eagles
  20. 20. Are you glad you protested?
  21. 21. Murders is what our name was “ YOUR’RE WELCOME'”
  22. 22. Bring us home to your abuse
  23. 23. Get a hair Cut Hippy
  24. 24. Oh My God “sorry I left”
  25. 26. INCOMMING!
  26. 27. NIGHT ILLUMINATION
  27. 28. In the line of fire
  28. 29. Election year for LBJ
  29. 30. POW
  30. 31. Check your crotch for Leaches
  31. 32. The distant holocost look
  32. 33. I can’t wait to get back to the WORLD
  33. 34. I write you guy’s everyday
  34. 35. Willie peter.
  35. 36. Burn the draft card
  36. 37. The eerier silence after the fire fight
  37. 38. I miss my M-14
  38. 39. Hell never left Nam
  39. 40. Hang in there chopper are on the way
  40. 42. The true face of WAR
  41. 43. The other face of WAR
  42. 44. The other face of WAR
  43. 46. I wonder if the protest was because they new their Draft Number?
  44. 48. The Million dollar ride
  45. 49. Flying out of Ka Son was not easy and dangerous even for the C130
  46. 50. Attitude Check
  47. 51. Don’t forget you Flack Jacket
  48. 52. I loved my M-14
  49. 53. Open rice paddy Sniper time
  50. 54. Old, sick, lame, but a few did come back to the world
  51. 55. We never wrote but we did finely meet
  52. 56. We never wrote but we cried when we met
  53. 57. And yes the platoon Sgt was still in charge.

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