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Maxwell Taylor, Curtis LeMay, Eisenhower, McNamara, Johnson, President Kennedy, Senator Kennedy, Martin Luther King, John Wayne, James Stewart, Glenn Ford, Bob Hope, Gen. Patton (son of WW2 Gen. Patton), Errol Flynn's son Sean Flynn, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., Nixon, Ford, muscial groups (rock and roll bands), etc. Thailand, South Korea, South Vietnam, (indirectly/un-officially) Laos & Cambodia, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, the US, (Soviet Union/Red China supporting) North Vietnam.

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Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford. Generals & Colonels Harkins, Westmoreland, Abrams, Olds, Starry, Patton (WW2 General Patton's son). Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. Senator Robert Kennedy. Martin Luther King

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SP/4 Al Gore (Vice President of the US) was a GI working for "Stars and Stripes" in Vietnam.

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For most of the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh led North Vietnam. The US Presidents were Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford.

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