Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association




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Hi family see you this summer at the picnic and in lancaster september long

Admin reply: Thank you Sara for signing our guestbook!


Added: May 18, 2008
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Do Canadian Vietnam Vets ever get together?
I served as a Cobra Pilot with the 11th Armored Cav. in Quan Loi in 1969-70.

Admin reply: Chief Warrant Officer Fred Shuman, it sure is nice to hear from a Cobra "Gunship" Fighter Pilot! I must start by thanking you and your buddies for the "fire power" support you gave us ground troops. The rockets and the "Mini-Gun", one round per square inch was awesome!!!

To my knowledge, I've not heard of recent Canadian Vietnam Veterans gatherings, but if I hear of any, I will let you know. Again, thanks to you and your "Cobra Gunship", for your past support.


Added: January 6, 2008
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Hi All,

Went to the U.S.S. Salamonie Ao-26 website and found you guys. Meet Terry "Whitey" a couple of times. Although not at the same time, he and I served aboard the tanker in the 60's. A the Sal's reunion in Branson, Mo. we found out that we also had something in common, we served in the Brown water navy in Vietnam.

I see Buffie's bio also. He was with the 9th inf.
My tour of the Brown Water Navy was aboard the USS Tioga County LST 1158 in the Mekong Delta. tHE task group consisted of the the Navy and the 9th inf. Just attended a Brown Water reunion in Indy and hundreds of 9th inf there.

Would like to know if Buffie was ever aboard the Tioga County.

George Perrault
U. S. Navy retired 57-82
Air Force Civilian 85-99

Admin reply: Hi George, it's a pleasure hearing from you and thanks for signing the guest book. I hope the individuals you mentioned by name, read your post and get back to you soon.


Added: January 4, 2008
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HAVE TO SEND YOU MY DD214 PLEASE EMAIL ME A CONTACT NO. SEMPTER FI

Admin reply: Hi Kenneth, I will email you the address where you can forward your DD214. Thanks.


Added: January 2, 2008
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MEMBER VVIC B.C. BR. SERVED USMC 1st.MARINE AIRCRAFT WING H.Q. DANANG 69 QUANG TRI ,PHU BI I WAS ARMOUR AT HQ WEST OF AIR STRIP. AUG 69 HILL 327 FREDOOM HILL WAS TOAST SO WAS I ENDING UP AT DANANG NAVAL HOSPITAL. I HAVE THE NEED TO MEET OR CONNECT WITH. FROM TO. TO PARIS ISLAND TO LEJUNE TO QUANICO TO PENNELTON TO NAM BACK TO OKLAHOMA THEN BACK TO CANADA. SEMPTER FI.

Admin reply: Thank you Kenneth, nice hearing from a VVIC BC Branch member. Hope you had a great Christmas and we want to wish you the best in 2008!


Added: December 27, 2007
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I want to thank all my Canadian Brothers for their Service in RVN and say welcome Home.

Jack E. Craig
Centaur 55
D Troop / Air
3rd Sqn. 4th Cav.
June 1969 - June 1970

Admin reply: Thank you Jack, we also want to welcome home all of our American brothers! We appreciate you signing our guestbook and we wish you and yours, a very Merry Christmas and the best in 2008!


Added: December 23, 2007
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I served in the USNAVY at the very beginning of the Vietnam war.Although I got out of service to go to my husbands home in S.C.,I was proud to have been in service to my country. I am very proud of the Americans and Canadians who served during that time. I now live in Canada with my Canadian husband and both countries will alway be in my heart.

Admin reply: Hi Karen, always a pleasure to hear from a veteran like you. You have good reasons to be proud of serving your great country. We are blessed to be part of two freedom-loving countries such as Canada and the USA!


Added: October 31, 2007
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Hello Paul,
I met your brother Roland at the ANAF # 1 branch and he mentioned you are a Vietnam Veteran.
We are very proud of our Vietnam Veterans and especially Canadian Veterans.
It is time to recognize the contribution made by Vietnam Veterans who were simply responding to what their country and the free world asked of them at the time.We also remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice then and now.
Whatever else we fail to do - We will not fail to think of you.
Please feel free to visit my website
american heroes remembered
Drew Dodds

Admin reply: Thank you Drew for signing our guestbook and for the kind remarks on Vietnam Veterans. I'm sure all of the CVVA members will appreciate your comment. I've added a link to your website from our domain. Hope to meet you one day!


Added: October 25, 2007
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I really need help getting records from uncle sam can any body help.lost all mine in fire

Admin reply: I have sent your request to some of our most knowledgeable members and you should be hearing something soon.


Added: September 27, 2007
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Outstanding Fellas! Keep up the good work....

Admin reply: Nice to hear from you Greg and thanks for signing the guestbook. We met for the first time on Memorial Day '07. I sent you the June '07 C.V.V.A. Newsletter, but it was "Returned to Sender", as I did not have your correct address. Hope to see you at the next meeting. (Paul Dufault)


Added: September 10, 2007
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