Vietnam War. By Tara Morrow. U.S Hostile Deaths by Military Service. U.S. Army hostile deaths by combat arms branch. *The 5 Coast Guardsmen are included in the Navy total. Note: These branches account for 87% of all 30,950 Army hostile deaths. Protest to War.
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By Tara Morrow
U.S. Army hostile deaths by combat arms branch
*The 5 Coast Guardsmen are included in the Navy total.
Note: These branches account for 87% of all 30,950 Army hostile deaths
Many people opposed the fighting in Vietnam, and they made sure they were heard.
Battle at the Hamlet of Ap Bac: January 2, 1963
Siege of Khe Sanh: January 21, 1968
Tet Offensive: January 30
First Battle of Saigon: March 7, 1968
Eastertide Offensive: March 30, 1972
Fall of Saigon: April 29, 1975
Operation Cedar Falls - January 8, 1967
Operation Junction City - February 21, 1967
Operation Niagara - January 5, 1968
Operation Pegasus - August 8, 1968
Operation Menu - February 1969
Operation Lam Son 719 - February 8, 1971
Operation Linebacker - April 6, 1972
Operation Chopper - January 12, 1962
Operation Ranch Hand - January 1962
Operation Rolling Thunder - February 24, 1965
Operation Starlight - August 17, 1965
Operation Crimp - January 8, 1966
Operation Birmingham - April 1966
Operation Hastings - Late May 1966
Operation Attleboro - September 2, 1966
Operation Deckhouse Five - January 6, 1967
This map depicts North and South Vietnam. It shows the trail of Ho Chi Minh (in red) as well as US and South Vietnam invasion of Cambodia (in blue).
Fears (such as of closed spaces, crowds, unfamiliar places, or sudden attack)
Anxiety (such as restlessness, obsessive worries, compulsive rituals)
Panic (such as a terror of losing control, suffocating, or going crazy)
Depression (such as hopelessness, loss of all interests, suicidal impulses)
Rage in the form of either intense violent emotions or violent actions
Irritability (such as feeling constantly annoyed, on edge, and critical)
Shame (such as feeling embarrassed, exposed, violated, or like a misfit)
Guilt (such as feeling others should have lived and he should have died, or feeling that he failed or made mistakes that had terrible consequences)