Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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I would like to congratulate Sgt. Don Moore on his retirement. Would of done it personally, but by the time I found out, time had come and gone. This is the best I could do Donnie, cheers!!! Hope all is well.

Admin reply: Thank you for the good wishes to Don and signing our guestbook!


Added: January 9, 2014
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Looking for other Canucks who were in Vietnam. I was with the 4th inf. div. E co. 704 maint. bn. Arrived in country in Sept. 1966 and returned State side Aug. 1967
In Jan. 1967 I was transferred to A Co. 4th Av. Bn as a crew chief.
I was injured in a helo. crash and am a disabled veteran.
After I was released from the reg. army I served with the Az. Nat. guard the Mo. national guard and the federal army reserves. I was chief interrogator for a Psy. ops co. until it came time for me to reenlist when it was discovered that I had developed an irregular heart beat and could not reenlist. I spent a total of 17 years in the U.S. army. I returned home Nov. 8th 2001.

Admin reply: Welcome Home Brother and thank you for your 17 year of service in the US army. Our C.V.V.A. founder and treasurer Rob Purvis was with the 75th Inf. Rangers K Company - 4th Infantry Division and I was also with the 4th Inf. Div. for about 3 months, then transferred to the Americal Div.(23 Inf. Div.) We are a small group of Canadians who served in the US Armed Forces and we extend to you a warm welcome to join our association. Thank you for signing our guestbook.


Added: December 6, 2013
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I'm strictly a Viet Nam Era Vet, but still I was upset that Viet Nam Vets weren't included in the roll call on Nov 11. Heck, I didn't know why we were excluded. Now I know what other vets went through. Although I was born in Marathon, Ontario, I served in the USMC from Nov 1972 till Oct 1976, and then in-active reserve till 1978. I stayed mostly stateside, but I'll never forget HMS 31, Beaufort, SC, USA. I'm glad to see that there is some support for Viet Vets from Canada. This will probably be my only post to CVVA, but you have my respect and appreciation for the work you have done to help other CVV's get help they may need. ooorah- semper fi

Admin reply: Hi Patrick, thank you for your 6 years of military service and commitment to the United States Marine Corps. It's always an honor to have a Canadian who served in the US Armed Forces sign our guestbook.

Here in Winnipeg, the Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association have participated for many years in the wreath laying ceremonies at the annual Joint Veterans Association Remembrance Day Service. Only through the persistence and dedication of our President Ron Parks and Treasurer Rob Purvis that we the CVVA are being recognized as a bona fide veteran group.


Added: November 15, 2013
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I served with the US Army from July 67 until July 72. Stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga and Fort Campbell, Ky with the military police.
Proud to serve!

Admin reply: Thank you Tom for your military service in the US Army. I was also stationed in Fort Gordon, GA for a few months. Thanks for signing the guest book!


Added: November 11, 2013
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i was going to college in calif. when i got drafted in 1966. served in the 9th div. in country in 67. was in echo co. ground surveillance radar, then recon, then l.r.r.p s.

Admin reply: Hi Pete, and welcome home brother! I see you were drafted like many other Canadians who were living in the USA either under a I-151 Permanent Resident Visa or had become Naturalized US citizens. What ever your case, thank you for your service to a great country, the USA!


Added: November 8, 2013
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Beautiful Pictures, Beautiful, People, friends and brothers and sisters. Thank You all.

Admin reply: From one Vietnam Veteran to another, Welcome Home! Thanks for visiting our website.


Added: October 31, 2013
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You are not forgotten

Admin reply: Thank you Sir!


Added: October 15, 2013
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I served with CBMU-302 in Cam Ranh Bay, Hon Khoi and Saigon from 1970 to 1971 with the POTUS Vietnamization program, which was constructing dependent Shelters for Vietnamese Navy families located at coastal Navy bases. These were built by many different Seabee Battalions from the DMZ to the southern most part of the country. I'm proud of all Serviceman/ woman who served their Country on both sides of the border. Welcome home.

Added: March 30, 2013
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Served with the USN and USMC (4 years each). Served in I-Corps Vietnam 1969-70 Intell. Unit assigned to NavSuvPac at Camp Carter and TienSha Area when not "on the road moving".

Added: March 29, 2013
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Welcome Home Brothers. I'm Pres of VVA Chapter 77

Added: March 8, 2013
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