What Jets did the US use in Vietnam?
The original Phantom was modified and employed in Vietnam as the Air Force F-4C and F-4D and the Navy F-4B and F-4J. The ultimate USAF model was the F-4E, introduced in 1968 and adding a 20 mm cannon to the existing armament of air-to-air missiles. The single-engine MiGs were half the size of the F-4 and more agile.
How many b52s did we lose in Vietnam?
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. confirmed 205 aircraft lost to North Vietnamese surface-to-air missiles, all by S-75 Dvina.
How many b52 US lost in Vietnam War?
Of 92 B-52 crew members involved in the losses, 26 were recovered, 25 came up missing in action, 33 became prisoners of war, and eight were either killed in action or later died of wounds. In addition, the US lost two F-111As, three F-4s, two A-7s, two A-6s, one EB-66, one HH-53, and one RA-5C.