Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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Good Morning Paul It was 'grr-8' seeing n visiting with You, Shirley, n Rob Saturday in GF. In looking in the history of Agent Orange, I found that the U.S.A, was using that 'Killer' as early as 1961 n Vietnam n Southeast Asia. Ron needs to do more follow-up with his dilemma in relationship to Agent Orange. ''AND'', YOU AND ROB NEED, AND I REPEAT, TO PUSH TO GET VA ASSISTANCE. I'll see what I can find out down here. Again, it was 'fun' seeing "You Guys"!:-) Maybe n October in Larimore. wain

Admin reply: Hi Wain, likewise, it was great seeing you again, and thanks for asking us to join you and your group for a beer at the Eagles Club. I agree, Ron, Rob and I should go down to the VA, and see if they can do anything for us. Hopefully, we'll all see each other again in Larimore.


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Admin reply: Thanks for your post Martin and Welcome Home.


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Looking for a Canadian that served in the US Army during the Vietnam war. He was my drill Instructor at Ft Lewis Wash. in 1968. By this time he had already been to Vietnam. All I have is a last name BAJA. Thanks for any help. Would love to tell him Thanks.

Admin reply: Hello Craig I went through basic in Ft Lewis 1968 also with three other Canadians in our Company and it would have been great to have a Canadian DI! If we ever come across your DI I will pass on your information.


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i just found your website and hope that it will be a source of information as i research an article on canadians who served in nam. i read about u.s.army sergeant peter charles lemon of toronto who was awarded the medal of honor for his valor in vietnam.i would like to write an article for vietnam magazine on canadians who were decorated for valor. i would appreciate any help i can get to gather the input for this story. i am not a canadian,but i served with troop c, 1-9 cavalry (recon)1st air cav in nam in 1966 as a helicopter crewman-door gunner.one of my sergeants was a canadian.thank you all for serving my country while many americans dodged service in vietnam. welcome home.

Admin reply: Hello Mike and thank you for your post. If we can be of any help or assistance for your story let us know.


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I would like any news paper items from that time . If possible. Address is. Po box 2631 golden BC Canada. Thank you all greg

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Served in Vietnam 66/67 and 68/69,Stationed in Saigon,Vientiane Laos and Hanoi.All part of the ICSC.Grateful for the experience and very glad to come home.Still in contact with my American brothers(Helicopter Pilots) from those days.

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting our site Butch and posting your comments. We have three members of the ICSC on our Memorial Wall that paid the supreme sacrifice and also two active members in our club in Winnipeg who served with the ICSC.


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Grew up in B.C. We moved to Seattle in 1958.Served in Nam 68-69 5th Inf. Div. Headquarters L.Z. Sharon Quang Tri Prov. Moved back to Canada Van. Island 1970. I go to Buffalo N.Y. for group and VA assistance.

Admin reply: "Welcome Home Tom" That's a long commute from Vancouver Island to Buffalo, NY to visit the VA, I hope they are paying you gas mileage! ha, Thanks for visiting and signing our guest book.


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I was a combat squad ldr with Kilo Co, 3rd Bn, 1st Marines in Vietnam from Dec 1969 through Feb 1971 & served in Quang Nam Province and up north of DaNanag & on various ops into Elephant Valley, etc. I was in from Jan 1968 through Feb 1971 & went to Boot camp in San Diego. I was bitter & disillusioned when I came back & got out, eventually returning to Vancouver and using the GI Bill at the University of BC. I graduated & became a teacher in Cranbrook, BC, raising a family & trying to forget all about the war over the next 25 yrs. I eventually took out my US citizenship & moved to Tucson AZ & am now recovering from the trauma I suffered in Vietnam. Anyway, semper fi to all my fellow Marines & to all those who served in combat in Vietnam.

Admin reply: Welcome Home Steve. I went through much the same experiences only US Army from Feb 68- Oct 70. I went to Univ of Manitoba under the GI Bill, Very, very few Canadians ever used the GI Bill to go to school, I wish you all the best brother.


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