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TYPES OF WARFARE in the Vietnam War

The different typesof warfare used in te vietnam war, warfare like guirrella tactics etc.

Stephanie Sambudjo

on 26 March 2013

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in the Vietnam War There are many different types of warfare that were used in the Vietnam war. Some of the types that were used were: Guerilla Warfare Booby Traps Women Soldiers Tunnels Anti-personel Devices Guerrilla Warfare BOOBY TRAPS 11% of deaths and 15% of wounds were caused by booby traps and mines in the Vietnam war. " Panji traps, spike boards, side closing traps, door traps, arrow traps, mace traps, tiger traps, whip traps, venus fly traps grenade traps and cartridge traps. ,, WOMEN SOLDIERS Women in Vietnam played a significant role in defending Vietnam during the Vietnam War from 1945 to 1975. village patrol guards, intelligence agents, propagandists and military recruiters. TUNNELS The tunnels of Chi Chi are an immense network of connecting underground tunnels located in the C Chi district of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam Anti-personnel Devices An anti-personnel weapon is one primarily used to incapacitate people, as opposed to attacking structures or vehicles and were used commonly throughout the Vietnam War. There are a number of different types of devices mainly including mines and grenades. THANKS FOR WATCHING :) Guerrilla warfare is a very unconventional style of warfare; it refers to small conflicts where groups of stealthy combatants use the element of surprise to eliminate the opponent. " an unruly soldier, almost a free soldier ,,
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