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The Vietnam War was costly to the U.S. Marine Corps. From 1965 to 1975, nearly 500,000 Marines served in Southeast Asia. Of these, more than 13,000 were killed and 88,000 wounded, nearly a third of all American causalities sustained during the war. Source: United States Marine Corps History DivisionDid Marines serve in Vietnam?
The U.S. Marine Corps in the Vietnam War. The U.S. Marine Corps provided ground, air, supply, and logistic support in the Vietnam War for over two decades as part of III Marine Amphibious Force. Initially in Vietnam as advisors, the Marines forces grew with the need to protect the key airbase at Da Nang.How many Marines were in the Vietnam War?
During the Vietnam War, there were hardly any females placed on active duty. Out of the 58,220 soldiers, just eight were women. As for the different branches, 38,224 were in the Army, 14,844 were in the Marine Corps, 2,586 in the Air Force, 2,559 in the Navy, and seven from the Coast Guard.