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Yes they were used by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). They flew from Takhli RTAB and they were used as base air defence.

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What American airplane has shot down the most Russian airplanes?

Since USA hasn't fought Russia directly, probably the North American F-86 Sabre.


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They used guerilla tactics


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Which countries used conscription in the Vietnam war?

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What was Vietnamization?

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Who was involved in the Hanoi Hilton prison camps?

The Hanoi Hilton prison camps were primarily used to detain American prisoners of war (POWs) during the Vietnam War. The prisoners were predominantly American military personnel, including pilots and soldiers, who were captured by the North Vietnamese forces. Some prisoners from other countries, such as South Vietnam, South Korea, and Australia, were also held in these camps.


Who uses a Sabre?

A Sabre is a sword. Cavalry used to use them in battle, now ceremonial,


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Why did the US get invoved in the conflict in Vietnam?

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