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Battlefield Vietnam 121 No Cd Free Crack

Battlefield Vietnam 121 No Cd Free Crack

Battlefield Vietnam 121 No Cd Free Crack



Battlefield Vietnam 121 No Cd Crack

The US sent a small contingent of advisors to Vietnam to train the South Vietnamese army in 1965. This operation initially consisted of a helicopter airlift of about 3500 soldiers and about 1100 civilian advisors. By 1967, nearly 16,000 US personnel had been sent to Vietnam, and by the end of 1972 the number had increased to over 500,000. The political divisions between the US leadership and the Vietnam government became increasingly sharp. In 1969, as the political situation in the United States worsened, President Johnson sent an additional 16,000 troops to support the South Vietnamese. Beginning in May 1970, the US bombing in North Vietnam and Cambodia escalated.

The ceasefire is breached by Viet Cong guerrillas and by North Vietnamese Army units. The United States continued to pursue an allied response in which the US would supply military aid to South Vietnam. This increasingly antagonized Hanoi, and the US found it increasingly difficult to supply the South Vietnamese with munitions and spare parts in order to keep up their fighting force. Increasingly, Hanoi distanced itself from the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam and its Supreme Military Council, and they gained support from many of the factions fighting in Vietnam. In 1971, the US decided to withdraw all remaining troops and then to destroy the Hanoi regime. That would then allow the government of South Vietnam to come to power and to establish an independent Vietnam. This stepped up pressure on the US and the North Vietnamese and both sides stepped up their strategic and tactical preparations. The United States withdrew all of its forces from Vietnam on 15 April 1973, leaving behind an occupying force of some 34,000 to 70,000 US troops.

the vietcong have shifted their tactics to hit the arvn from behind, through the help of the civilian population. this has the effect of cutting off the arvn supply lines, which leads to the us forces also beginning to move out of vietnam and redeploy back to the united states. meanwhile, the arvn have begun to adopt the new tactic of using armor to move rapidly into enemy territory and then outflanking and destroying the enemy. however, as the us forces withdraw, the vietcong have adapted and now move their forces out of the cities to the rural areas, where they are much harder to hit. the vietcong also begin to use their elite forces to support their troops, such as the sa-7. the arvn have meanwhile discovered that they can destroy the vietcong mobile forces by using artillery and air strikes.
both sides are slowly trying to break the stalemate, and the arvn are slowly gaining the upper hand. the vietcong have also started to move their forces into cambodia in order to gain more resources, but it is not enough, and the vietcong forces in south vietnam are actually in a state of collapse. meanwhile, us forces have started to slowly move out of vietnam as well, but the arvn have also decided to exploit the us forces’ movements and begin to move towards the us main bases.
the last major point of the vietnam campaign was the battle of khe sanh. the arvn were not ready to take on the much larger north vietnamese army force. the americans, however, were already well entrenched in a major base, and the vietcong were well aware that the north vietnamese army would not be able to support them indefinitely. realizing this, the arvn decided to launch a counterattack against the americans. the americans, in turn, refused to leave their base, and the arvn began to take heavy casualties in the battles that followed. the failure of the arvn to make a serious push against the americans meant that the north vietnamese army could take the region without much difficulty.


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