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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Vietnam, war, and the United States]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Algerian War}}
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  • {{r|Military Assistance Advisory Group}} {{r|Military Assistance Advisory Group, Indochina||**}}
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  • {{r|CIA activities in Vietnam}} {{r|Democratic Republic of Vietnam}}
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  • {{r|Vietnam War}} {{r|United States Mission to the Republic of Vietnam}}
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  • {{r|U.S. Department of State}} {{r|Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance and USAID Administrator}}
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  • {{main|Vietnam War}} {{main|U.S. foreign military assistance organizations}}
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  • ...sed against escalation in the [[Vietnam War]], believing it detracted from U.S. priorities in [[Europe]]
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  • {{main|Wars of Vietnam}} ...le actions until 1999. It was preceded by conflicts with [[Cambodia]]n groups before the South fell, and increasing tensions with [[China]].
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/H Norman Schwarzkopf Jr.]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Gulf War, Coalition order of battle}}
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  • {{r|Air warfare planning}} {{r|Military Assistance Command, Vietnam}}
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  • {{main|Vietnam War}} ...the Japanese attack at the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]]. In early 1941, the U.S. had troubled relations with [[Vichy]] France, which controlled what was th
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  • ...Vann''', first as a [[U.S. advisers in the Vietnam War|United States Army advisor]] and [[lieutenant colonel]], who later worked for the Agency for Interna ...his public reason for resigning from the Army was indeed disagreement over U.S. policy and honesty, first evidenced at the Battle of Ap Bac, he had irregu
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  • ...s: a period of civil war (1957-1964), the Americanization (1964-1969), the Vietnamization (1969-1973), and the end (1974-1975). ...he [[United Nations]], but was rejected by the Soviet delegation and North Vietnamese.<ref>''The Pentagon Papers'' (1971), Beacon Press, vol. 3, p. 140.</ref>
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  • {{seealso|History of U.S. foreign policy}} ...t to the President for National Security Affairs]], [[James Jones]]. The [[U.S. Department of Defense]], under Secretary [[Robert Gates]], obviously has a
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  • '''H Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr.''' (1934-) <ref name=Schwarzkopf>{{citation | first = H Norman, Jr. | last = Schwarzkopf
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  • ...uch as [[Dai Viet]] and [[Nguyen Dynasty]] for earlier history. Also see [[Vietnam]] and [[Southeast Asia]] for more geographic coverage.'' ...French colonization (beginning in 1858), and several, savage 20th-century wars.
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  • ...ority in 2002, resigning over policy differences over launching the [[Iraq War]]. ...W. Bush Administration]]'s handling of the occupation phase of the [[Iraq War]].<ref name=TN2004-06-16>{{citation
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  • ...ng units approached war. Their approach could be quite different both from U.S. military motivation, and that of the Communist troops. ...ught for one another, not for abstractions. In other cases, the protracted war had them regarding national and personal survival, rather than victory, as
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  • {{main|Vietnam War}} {{seealso|Government of the Republic of Vietnam}}
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  • see [[U.S. foreign policy]] * 1777 - December. France recognizes U.S. after victory at Saratoga
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