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1,072 servicemen from Minnesota died in the Vietnam War.

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What year was the Vietnam veterans memorial built?

November 13th, 1982 (Actually, the whole Veterans' Day weekend was a celebration of Vietnam Vets in Washington D.C., culminating with the Memorial Dedication)


How many vets from Michigan died in the Vietnam war?

Michigan lost approximately 2,654 men in Vietnam.


Why didn't older veterans accept the Vietnam vets?

Vietnam vets fought a different type of war , some classify it a a conflict similar to the Koren war . Nam vets were required to a year tour of duty , 13 months for the marines compared the duration of the war for older vets . The older vets also less of a profile at home because the the larger numbers involved . And were sucessful at the end .


What bad names were the Vietnam war soldiers called when the came home?

they were called baby killers, war mongers, murders psychos and drug addicts


How has the US helped Vietnam veterans?

A federal anti-discrimination law protecting Viet War vets was passed in the mid 70's. Funny. in the mid 70's these guys were spat on, hated by the people of the united states. Turned to the streets, still lots of Vietnam Vets are homeless. Very sad, they were doing what they were ORDERED to do, and in turn, got spat on when they got home. No welcome home comings. mostly. They JUST recently, added Agent Orange to the list of of a small list of things the Vietnam Vets are disabled for. What I don't understand is the difference between any war. They are all wars. However (no disrespect) 9/11, for some reason are treated differently than WW1 WWII Vietnam, etc. I don't understand this logic.

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Where is the Vietnam vets memorial located?

Washington, D.C.


What year was the Vietnam veterans memorial built?

November 13th, 1982 (Actually, the whole Veterans' Day weekend was a celebration of Vietnam Vets in Washington D.C., culminating with the Memorial Dedication)


How old is a Vietnam vet?

probably around 70. you could find some death dates - Vietnam vets memorial - thewall-usa.com


How many homeless people are Vietnam vets?

154,000 on any given night


Tell you if there's anything around the Vietnam memorial?

When the Vietnam Memorial was first dedicated, many Vietnam Vets called it the "Black Gash of Shame." Others saw the under-ground level wall as a negative and divisive remembrance of that controversial conflict rather than reunifying. As a result, a statue of three fighting men was placed facing the wall, memorializing those who fought and survived the war. Later an American Flag was added, followed by a memorial statue for the women who served in Vietnam.


Was the Vietnam what before or after World War 2?

After; many Vietnam vets were also WWII veterans.


How many vets from Michigan died in the Vietnam war?

Michigan lost approximately 2,654 men in Vietnam.


What day is Vietnam Veterans day?

There is no day for the Vietnam vets. Instead there is a veteran day for all in November.


Where you trying to help the V Vietnam vets after they returned?

The government helped.


Where is the Albany-Saratoga Sub Vets Memorial Foundation Inc in Schenectady New York located?

The address of the Albany-Saratoga Sub Vets Memorial Foundation Inc is: Po Box 4150, Schenectady, NY 12304-0150


This was a partial solution to try and heal the wounds of the Vietnam War in the 1980s.?

A Viet War vet (Jan) led the fight to build the VVM wall in DC. He was determined that the American people wouldn't forget the war as they were determined to do! America wanted to forget the Nam so bad that he was going to build a wall so they wouldn't forget, and build it with private funding. So, even though Americans in general built the memorial, it was actually invented and pushed through to completion by the Viet Vets themselves. Another words the Viet Vets had to build their own memorial for their own veterans. During that time period (the vast amount of) Americans hated Vietnam and everything it stood for...men, canines (war dogs), guns, flags, the name itself! Americans hated Vietnam so much they wouldn't even call it a war...it was a "conflict!" (Which had they done their homework...they would have known that they were also attacking their own American Civil War ancestors, as they too had fought an "un-declared war" in the 1860s). So yes...Vietnam War vets had to build their own memorial.


This was a partial solution to try and heal the wounds of the Vietnam War in the 1980s?

A Viet War vet (Jan) led the fight to build the VVM wall in DC. He was determined that the American people wouldn't forget the war as they were determined to do! America wanted to forget the Nam so bad that he was going to build a wall so they wouldn't forget, and build it with private funding. So, even though Americans in general built the memorial, it was actually invented and pushed through to completion by the Viet Vets themselves. Another words the Viet Vets had to build their own memorial for their own veterans. During that time period (the vast amount of) Americans hated Vietnam and everything it stood for...men, canines (war dogs), guns, flags, the name itself! Americans hated Vietnam so much they wouldn't even call it a war...it was a "conflict!" (Which had they done their homework...they would have known that they were also attacking their own American Civil War ancestors, as they too had fought an "un-declared war" in the 1860s). So yes...Vietnam War vets had to build their own memorial.