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Vietnam War Timeline The Vietnam War started in the s, according to most historians, though the conflict in Southeast Asia had its roots in the French colonial period of the s. Five female Army nurses died over the course of the war, including year-old Lieutenant Colonel Annie Ruth Graham, who served as a military nurse in both World War II and Korea before Vietnam and suffered a stroke in August ; and First Lieutenant Sharon Ann Lane, who died from shrapnel wounds suffered in an attack on the hospital where she was working in June Colonel Graham is one of eight women whose names are listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Walla monument deed by year-old female college student Maya Lin.

Early on, the U. Army resisted sending women other than nurses to Vietnam. The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States.

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The young Navy pilot John McCain, son of a Women gained the right to vote in with the passage of the 19 Amendment. The great majority of the military women who served in Vietnam were nurses. All were volunteers, and they ranged from recent college graduates in their early 20s to seasoned career women in their 40s. On Election Day inmillions of American women exercised this right for the first time.

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The Vietnam War started in the s, according to most historians, though the conflict in Southeast Asia had its roots in the French colonial period of the s. United States and South Vietnamese forces relied heavily on their superior air power, including B bombers and other aircraft that dropped Somewomen served in the U. Meanwhile, widespread male enlistment left gaping holes Vietnamization was a strategy that aimed to reduce American involvement in the Vietnam War by transferring all military responsibilities to South Vietnam.

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Vietnam War Protests Vietnam War protests began small among peace activists and leftist intellectuals on college campuses but gained national prominence inafter the United States began bombing North Vietnam in earnest. As the American military presence in South Vietnam increased beginning in the early s, so did that of the Army Nurse Corps.

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Women also served as members of the U. Captain Mary Therese Klinker, one of the eight military women killed in Vietnam, was the flight nurse on the U. The plane had been on a mission for Operation Babylift, which placed Southeast Asian orphans with families in the United States; some people were killed in the crash, including many Vietnamese children and a of female civilians working for U.

The U. Marine Corps had a more limited female presence in Vietnam, as until only 60 female marines were permitted to serve overseas, with most of those stationed in Hawaii. Nearly all of them were volunteers, and 90 percent served as military nurses, though women also worked as physicians, air traffic controllers, intelligence officers, clerks and other positions in the U.

In addition to women in the armed forces, an unknown of civilian women served in Vietnam on behalf of the Red Cross, United Service Organizations USOCatholic Relief Services and other humanitarian organizations, or as foreign correspondents for various news organizations.

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No WACs died during the conflict. Women Who Fought for the Vote Women gained the right to vote in with the passage of the 19 Amendment. Members of the U. Navy Nurse Corps also played an important role in the conflict beginning in Armed Forces to receive that award in the Vietnam War. Apart from nurses, only nine Navy women—all officers—served in Vietnam, including Lieutenant Elizabeth G.

Wylie, who worked in the Command Information Center on the staff of the Commander of Naval Forces in Saigon beginning in June ; and Commander Elizabeth Barrett, who in November became the first female naval line officer to hold command in a combat zone.

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History Vault. In addition to the U. Marines outside Chu Lai in November Subscribe for fascinating stories connecting the past to the present. WACs filled noncombat positions in U. Army headquarters in Saigon and other bases in South Vietnam; a received decorations for meritorious service. Members of the Army Nurse Corps arrived in Vietnam as early aswhen they were tasked with training the South Vietnamese in nursing skills.

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Women in the Vietnam War. Adlai Stevenson on Vietnam War. Westmoreland on the Vietnam War. Vietnam War The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States. From toa total of 28 enlisted Marine women and eight officers served in Vietnam at various times.

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Vietnam War protests began small among peace activists and leftist intellectuals on college campuses but gained national prominence inafter the United States began bombing North Vietnam in earnest. The increasingly unpopular war had created deep rifts in American society.

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Live TV. This Day In History. Weapons of the Vietnam War From air power to infantry to chemicals, the weapons used in the Vietnam War were more devastating than those of any conflict. President Nixon believed his Vietnamization These are just a few of the remarkable accomplishments by Of the nearly 1 million Americans who served on active duty in the U. Armed Forces during the Vietnam War eramany were or went on to become famous in diverse fields such as politics, entertainment, sports and journalism.

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Vietnamization Vietnamization was a strategy that aimed to reduce American involvement in the Vietnam War by transferring all military responsibilities to South Vietnam. From March to Marchwhen the last Army nurses left Vietnam, some 5, would serve in the conflict.

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At its peak inWAC presence in Vietnam ed some 20 officers and enlisted women. Army Women in Vietnam The great majority of the military women who served in Vietnam were nurses. Anti-war marches and other protests, such as the ones organized by From air power to infantry to chemicals, the weapons used in the Vietnam War were more devastating than those of any conflict.