Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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Honor to view and remember our Northern Vets who fought & died by our side. VN Vet 1968-69 North Central Highlands. MACV II corp.

Admin reply: Thank you David for signing our guestbook! A few of us operated in the Central Highlands I Corps. Welcome Home David!


Added: August 30, 2010
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My son is marrying Leah Hanson from Winnipeg Aug 7 her friend cairn may call you Paul.

Admin reply: Hi Jim, wishing the newly wed couple the very best in life. Cairn is always welcome to contact anyone of us.


Added: August 6, 2010
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Any Canadian born Marines who served with the security detachment MACV Team 4 at Quang Tri City (the MACV advisory team for Quang Tri Province) in 1967 - 1968, please get in touch with me.

Admin reply: Hi David, we've posted the photos you sent us of the Canadian born U.S. Marine at the following URL: http://www.cvva.ca/hot_new_links.html

We hope to be of help to you and your friends in finding information on this marine. Thanks for signing our guestbook!


Added: July 27, 2010
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Thank you for serving during the Vietnam War and I congratulate you for all the work that you do for the Vietnam War Veterans.

Admin reply: Hi Ken, thank you for your kind comment and for signing our guestbook, it's much appreciated!


Added: May 23, 2010
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God bless you for your Great Website

Admin reply: Thank you Tim for visiting our website!


Added: May 15, 2010
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I went to Nam with E Co. 704 Maint. Bn. 4th Inft. Div in Oct. 1966 and was transferred to A Co. 4th Avn Bn. in Feb. 1967. I was a crewchief on a slick until I left Nam in Sept. 1967. Most of our operatins was in the Ia Drang Valley along the Cambodian border. The base camp was Camp Enarie, just south of Pleiku.

Admin reply: Welcome Home Clyde! Thanks for signing our guestbook, it's always nice to hear from a Canadian born Vietnam veteran who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. If you ever make it down to Manitoba, drop us a line!


Added: April 8, 2010
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I served in Viet Nam in 1968-69,and returned to the states to become a DI at Fort Lewis WA. I was amazed at the number of Canadians that crossed the border to join the U.S.Army,and serve beside us in the war.
I am so proud of this Wall to Honor our Brothers in Arms.I thank you for the great work you have done to bring the long over due Honor to our Brave Comrades.Thank you and welcome Home.

Admin reply: Hi Steve, Welcome Home! and thank you so much for signing our guestbook. Many of us Canadians served in the US Armed Forces fighting in Vietnam against communist aggression.

Some of us took basic training in Fort Lewis, WA and I for one was in the 1st PLT. A CO. 4th BN. 1st BDE and graduated in May 1969. My DI, SSG.Collin(s) was a Vietnam veteran like you and a Purple Heart recipient, wounded in the right arm. Sure would love to thank that man for the training he gave me in order to stay alive in Nam.

Keep in touch Steve, as it was nice to hear from a Vietnam veteran and former DI from Fort Lewis, WA!

Paul Dufault


Added: February 4, 2010
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Best wishes to the courageous Canadians and my brave American friends who served in the US Military during the Vietnam War

Admin reply: Thank you Pete, we appreciate your comment and signing our guestbook.


Added: January 13, 2010
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Aloha and Mele Kalikimaka love reading the comment of this website this Christmas reminds me of Christmas 1968 alone and away from everybody only difference is being a member of CVVA and NDVVA although I am here I hold all our members in heart and attending the two camp outs in the year fills my memory bank with happy times together. See you next campout have a wonderful 2010 to all my friends

Admin reply: Thanks Jim for the good wishes and hope you had a great Christmas. Every member of the CVVA is wishing you the very best in 2010!


Added: December 25, 2009
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Great finding your organization and website! I served as an 0331/8651 M60 Machinegunner/Force Recon with "C" 1/9 3rd MARDIV "The Walking Dead" from 1968 - '70. Participated in Operation Dewey Canyon, Apache Snow, and several others in the A Shau Valley, running patrols throughout the I Corps area including Con Thien, Cam Lo, Dong Ha, Quang Tri. Khe Sanh, and the Rock Pile. Later on, was in the very first official troop pullout ordered by then President Nixon, as 1/9 boarded the WWII troop carrier USS Paul Revere to redeploy to Okinawa. Also served on the amphibious assault LPH USS New Orleans for several months off the coast of Viet Nasm in the China Sea. Was born and lived in "The Point" in Montreal, moved to SoCal in the '60's, did my time in the Marines, and became a naturalized US citizen when I got out of the service in 1972.
Proud to be one of the few Canadians serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. Thanks for doing such a great job of keeping the Canadian spirit alive.

Admin reply: Hi Ted, thank you for visiting our C.V.V.A. cyber home and for signing the guestbook. We always love to hear from a Canadian born U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam veteran! We found your South East Asian tours in "I Corps" quite amazing! Thank you for having served your adopted US country so well and for representing Canada with distinction. Welcome Home Ted, you have good reasons to be proud. The Few. The Proud. The Marines.


Added: November 23, 2009
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