The lack of informed opinions on Vietnam both amuses and disturbs me.
The problem with a draft is forcing people to fight when they don't want to but their only option is jail. Naturally, they're not going to follow the rules. Similarly, people with some severe mental problems were allowed to fight that shouldn't have.
Napalm, BTW, was used EXTENSIVELY in WWII, especially in the Pacific theater in the exact same sort of environments as seen in Vietnam.
Of course, we have the liberal pansy-asses who see nothing but "glorification of war crimes" (as apparently only the US committed any) and then we have the conservative warhawk "they were brave men fighting for their country" morons who don't get that the US was NEVER threatened by anything that happened in Nam. It was totally a proxy war where we fought the USSR and the Vietnamese got caught in the crossfire.
Naturally the world is totally black and white, there are no shades of gray, and the only correct opinion is YOURS, even if it's based on weak or wrong info.
The Jedi Master