United States




The United States directed many combat operations deep inside the Vietnamese jungle to prevent the Viet Cong from overthrowing the capitalist government in South Vietnam.

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Viet Cong




The Viet Cong was a insurgency in the South of Vietnam that fought the established anti-communist government, in order to unite the two Vietnams into one communist state.

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Assault

Medic

Gunner

Sniper

Engineer

Radioman

Assault

Medic

Gunner

Sniper

Engineer

Radioman

Assault




The Assault class is both defensive and offensive.

United States soldiers received the necessary training to prepare them for Vietnam. They would patrol the jungle and villages locating enemy positions and destroy them. Throughout the war soldiers were airlifted deep into enemy territory, staying there for several weeks or months.


Medic




The Medic class can both heal themselves and teammates.

United States medics are trained to quickly help injured soldiers in the heat of the battle. They were dropped into the combat zones via helicopters and took the wounded back to waiting ambulances and if needed on to aircrafts to get them the medical help they needed.


Gunner




The Gunner class distributes ammunition to themselves and teammates.

United States gunners are specialist trained in using machine guns. They would carry huge amount of ammunition and randomly spray the jungle or enemy positions to suppress them as friendlies advance.


Pistols

Revolvers

Light machine guns

Equipment

Sniper




The Sniper class is both deadly efficient and most accurate.

United States snipers are skilled marksman known to be feared by the enemy. They use stealth, camouflage and infiltration tactics, making the Vietnamese jungle their perfect playground.


Engineer




The Engineer class focuses on crippling and damaging their enemy.

United States engineers use a variety of equipment to fight their enemies. They use flamethrowers and launchers to clear bunkers and trenches or provide support with defusing enemy traps hidden in the jungle.


Pistols

Carbines

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Flamethrowers

Launchers

Equipment

Radioman




The Radioman class can call for air or artillery strikes.

United States radiomen transmit and receive radio signals, from within the jungle to nearby bases or units. They are responsible for taking orders from the command, give information about the enemy position and provide coordinates for airstrikes.


Pistols

Revolvers

Carbines

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Equipment

Assault




The Assault class is both defensive and offensive.

Viet Cong soldiers are native to the soil and trained by North Vietnam. They would dissolve themselves into the civil population or hide in the jungle waiting to stage surprise attacks against enemy troops patrolling the area.


Medic




The Medic class can both heal themselves and teammates.

Viet Cong medics faced a hard task in trying to keep casualties to the minimum and keep wounded alive in the first vital hour after being injured. Their medical equipment is no match to their enemies and more than often they had to hide the injured in tunnels or in nearby villages to protect and aid them.


Pistols

Submachine guns

Carbines

Rifles

Equipment

Gunner




The Gunner class distributes ammunition to themselves and teammates.

Viet Cong gunners had the advantage to fire before they have been spotted. Their role is to take firing positions in bunkers and trenches, only visible to the foes eyes when it is already too late.


Pistols

Revolvers

Light machine guns

Equipment

Sniper




The Sniper class is both deadly efficient and most accurate.

Viet Cong snipers are native to their soil and use their knowledge of the jungle and location to surpass their enemies. They would become one with their surroundings and change positions after every shot, making them nearly impossible to spot.


Pistols

Sniper rifles

Equipment

Engineer




The Engineer class focuses on crippling and damaging their enemy.

Viet Cong engineers make the jungle a more dangerous place. They use terrifying booby traps to cripple their enemies, targeting individuals or groups of the


Pistols

Carbines

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Flamethrowers

Launchers

Equipment

Radioman




The Radioman class can call for air or artillery strikes.

Viet Cong radiomen are responsible for transmitting and receiving radio signals inside the jungle. They would give away enemy positions, provide information about the advancing enemy and arrange airstrikes to hit them hard or slow them down.


Pistols

Revolvers

Carbines

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Equipment