What was the average life expectancy for a soldier in the Vietnam war?

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Over 2 million men successfully completed their tours.
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In the late 1950s, a communist guerrilla force – the Vietcong – emerged in the south. Supported and supplied from Hanoi via a network of tracks known as the Ho Chi Minh trail, its ranks were boosted by southerners frustrated with the corrupt... More »
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It is estimated that approximately 58,159 United States soldiers were killed in the Vietnam War.
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The average age of those killed in Vietnam was 23.11 years. 50,274 were enlisted, average age 22.37. 58,148 Americans were killed. From US Army figures.
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