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Today there is relatively little data about female Vietnam War veterans. The VMF (Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation) has estimated that around 11,000 Vietnamese women served their country during the Vietnam War, all of which were likely volunteers. They served in a variety of roles, but most of the women serving in South Vietnam were trained as nurses and government office clerks. For the Viet Cong women, they usually worked as truck drivers or were sent across the border to smuggle goods and equipment. A number of civilian Vietnamese women also served as volunteers for the Red Cross, Catholic Relief Servicesor other humanitarian organisations. While Vietnamese women were active in combat, particularly women in the Viet Cong, the women most impacted were the civilian casualties.
Assassin is a class that focuses on stealth and mobility in the combat situations.