Why Was the Navy Crucial to Success in Vietnam?

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The Navy was crucial to success in Vietnam because the Navy was used to replenish both on and offshore resources. The Navy was also used for transportation and to detect infiltration by ocean. The Navy was used to defend lines of the sea.
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