Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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I served at Tan Son Nhut and Pleiku with the 720th MP's and 586th Sig Co respectively from 1965-66. Also welcomed the 1st Cav boys when they arrived at An Khe. I'm still working (even though retired Army) in Winnipeg withe the US CBP PreFlight section at Winnipeg Int'l Airport. I just had two of your members come through my line this morning!

Admin reply: Nice to hear from you Robert and thank you for signing our guestbook. I bet Ron and Rob were surprised to see you this morning at the airport. Welcome home Robert and thank you for your honorable service to the United States of America. Please keep in touch and you can always contact us at the following email address: webmaster@cvva.ca
Paul Dufault


Added: July 28, 2009
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It was great to meet Rob, Sharon and Rick in North Dakota this weekend....I'm looking forward to seeing you again in Louisville!
I'm sure I speak for the entire AVVA Board of Directors when I say that we are honored that you are a part of the VVA and AVVA family. I'm looking forward to working with your Association in the future.....
Pat Furno, Region 6 Director, AVVA

Admin reply: Thanks for taking time to sign our guestbook Pat, it's an honor to have you visit our website. Wishing you a safe trip to Louisvile!


Added: July 20, 2009
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thankyou for your service and welcome home big brother from little sis. I give BANDAID FOR THE HEART medals and sing WELCOME HOME and THANKYOU DEAR SOLDIER plus other Patriotic/60's/Wall/Inspirational songs, and listen without asking questions at the perimeter of the traveling walls. I help Vietnam Veterans cope with the Wall. I've volunteered for 42 Wall venues the past 4 years in 22 states.
you eat an elephant, one bite at a time, so you cope with the Wall just a step at a time. I will be in Dickinson July 11 for the ND PGR Rally and would like to attend the July 17-19 ND VVA reunion. little sis

Admin reply: We appreciate the support you're giving the veterans, and thank you for singing our guestbook.


Added: May 31, 2009
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Just another Canadian Vietnam USMC vet stopping by. I served an extended tour in Nam from 1965 thru 1967. My four year hitch was from 1964 thur 1968. I was born and raised in Winnipeg and left to join the US Marines in August of 1964. I might have been right up there with the first batch of Canadians to enlist? I decided to stay in the US after discharge and don't get back to Canada as much as I would like to. I had a chance to see your travelling wall yesterday in Fargo. It's nice to see that those who gave all are still remembered. It's also nice to know I wasn't alone when I crossed over. Semper Fi to all!

Wayne Bachinski
Sgt. USMC
1964 - 1968

Admin reply: Thank you for signing our guestbook Sgt. Bachinski! It's a pleasure to hear from another Canadian, who crossed over to the southern side of the border to enlist in the US Armed Forces, and serve in the Vietnam War. Welcome Home!!!


Added: May 25, 2009
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I was directed to your site by Hal Laffin. I spent some time looking the site over. Very nice.
Keep working for the vets; many of us need places to go and conect. Best Wishes.

Above the Rest
Don McKinley
A Co. 1/327 101 Airborne Div.

Admin reply: Nice hearing from you Don and thanks for visiting our cyber home. You may have noticed, our President Ron Parkes also served with the 101st Airborne Division.


Added: March 24, 2009
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I discovered your site while researching Canadians who served in the Vietnam war. Thank you for providing such an informative page, and for bringing some recognition to our countrymen who had the courage to enlist.

Admin reply: Thank you Jason for visiting our domain and signing the guestbook. I enjoyed reading some of the articles on your website and will go back to read it all.


Added: March 17, 2009
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I just wanted to thank you for your service. Thanks to Mr. Ken Poitras for pointing out the site to me.

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting our website and signing the guestbook. Ken was very instrumental in the creation of the C.V.V.A. cyber home.


Added: March 14, 2009
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While researching my historical fiction novel about the Vietnam War entitled ROUND EYES, I came across various references of Canadian troops fighting beside the Americans. I salute the Canadian Vietnam veterans, as I salute the American vets who served in that thankless war. None of you will ever be forgotten.

Admin reply: Thank you for signing our guestbook, we appreciate it!


Added: March 13, 2009
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I served in Tan Son Nhut, and Bien Hoa Vietnam in 1965. I'm originally from Ste Anne, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada

Admin reply: Welcome home Fernand, and thanks for signing our guestbook.


Added: February 15, 2009
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I've always wanted to THANK ALL THE CANADIANS FOR SERVING IN VIETNAM. I AM A 2 TOUR COMBAT MARINE. I SERVED FROM NOV. '67 T'LL DEC '68. I ROTATED BACK TO THE WORLD AND FOUND I DIDN'T DO WELL BACK IN TH WORLD, SO I WENT BACK FOR ANOTHER TOUR IN MAY OF '69. THE WAR HAD CHANGED...MORE NVA, LESS FREE TIME. I CAME HOME IN MAR. '70 THEY WOULDN'T LET ME GO BACK. I RAISED A FAMILY..NOW I LIVE UP HERE ....THANKS YOU GUYS...........

Admin reply: Thanks William, you served your country well!


Added: February 3, 2009
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