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VietnamUnitFinal

U.S.History Vietnam People Politics Places C

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Term for U.S. Army infantrymen stationed in Vietnam Grunts
U.S. soldiers that were captured and forced to stay at the Hanoi Hilton were known as? POW
Term for the number of enemy soldiers killed body count
The method of going out to find the Vietcong and then killing them search and destroy
The elaborate network of paths, bridges, and shelters that snaked from North Vietnam through Cambodia and Laos into South Vietnam to provide supplies and troops Ho Chi Minh Trail
What was the main method of getting men to e in the armed forces during the Vietnam War? draft
What was the name for the long-haired, alienated youths and the flower children of the 1960's; catch phrases were "tune in, turn on, drop out" and "make love, not war" hippies
The site of a massacre My Lai
Which one is LEAST related to the other three: Bay of Pigs, Gulf of Tonkin, Tet Offensive Bay of Pigs
President Nixon's policy of "Vietnamization" called for: turning over the fighting to the South Vietnamese
"Christmas bombings" of 1972 were the most destructive of the war
Created by: PLHShistory