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Justin Massaro Period 4 5500 Souls of the Living Dead The Vietnam War is truly one of the most unique wars ever fought by the United States or by any country It was never officially declared a war It had no official beginning or an official end It was fought over 10000 miles away in a virtually unknown country The enemy and the allies looked exactly alike and may by day be friends but by night become enemies It matched the tried and true tactics of World War Two against a hide run and shoot technique known as Guerrilla Warfare It matched some of the best trained soldiers in the world against largely an untrained militia of untrained farmers After my interview with Evan Massaro I discovered many intresting details about Vietnam that I never knew before Evan was born in Orange County in Southern California in 1955 He is now 44 years old and works as a massage therapist in St Helena Ca While he was growing up Evan witnessed Vietnam in full force When he was in 6th grade Evan did a report on Vietnam for a school project The Draft ended when evan was 17 I was very nervous about being drafted Because I REALLY didnt want to go to Vietnam Although Evan wasnt affected physically by Vietnam he witnessed the all of the bloodshead and gore on the daily news One of the most horrific things about the reporters in Vietnam was the body count So morale for the war would stay at a peak the news agentcies would set up a kill ratio of US soldiers VC killed The USA was in a political death match and military struggle in Vietnam from 1959 to 1975 It began as a determined attempt by Communist guerrillas the so-called Vietcong in the South backed by Communist North Vietnam to overthrow the
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