Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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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

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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.

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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".

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Welcome Home Brothers. I'm Pres of VVA Chapter 77

Added: March 8, 2013
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I served in the US Navy, 1967-71 and met many friends from the Montreal and Toronto areas. It seems an irony that so many American draft dodgers were leaving my area for British Columbia, and I met so many great friends from Canada. It's been so long ago now, but for this old carrier sailor in the Tonkin Gulf, I hope you're all well and happy. My best regards to my Canadian brothers !

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As a young man in the early seventies with a very american mother and a fair amount of family in the states, i was awestruck by the events of vietnam, and eventually enlisted in the canadian forces, because when i came of age deescalation was in place,(1973) and as a result i have always. Impressed, no, so impressed with the dedication and desire in a persons heart to make such such a sacrifice in a conflict that was not acknowkedged as their own. I would love to correspond with canadian viet nam vets to find out what was in their hearts at the time of their enlistment. Many thanks, and I am very proud of each and every one of you.

Admin reply: Thank you John for signing our guestbook and for serving in the Canadian Forces.


Added: January 10, 2013
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I served in 1969 with the 11th Combat Aviation Brigade which was part of the 1st Aviation Brigade. Welcome home to all who served. I just thought I would share a slide show with you all. I play in a mariachi band and one of the Mexican players wrote a song about Don Rogelio ( my name in the group. It was quite flattering to have someone do this and when we had finished, I added some of my photos and created a slide show. The result, according to all the people who have seen it, was that it was quite moving. If you type in A Canadian Vietnam Veteran Tribute The Ballad of Don Rogelio into YouTube you should be able to see it. I would love to see your comments. We were all so young and will be brithers and sisters forever.

Admin reply: Thank you Roger and Welcome Home! Your tribute video on YouTube is awesome! We will keep in touch.


Added: November 17, 2012
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I was so proud to see your Org. today on Sanadian Rememberance Day being a part of 11/11 events. This is Canada, I exspected the Legions to have shown you some respect. History doesn't put most in good light, but to see people act so dumb to the facts that US citizens came to canada to enlist during both 1st & 2nd war. This is NA we must stand together. Bless you CVVA. I look forword to meeting you all in Winnipeg

Admin reply: Thank you David for signing our guestbook and for the good wishes. The CVVA annually attend the Remembrance Day Service at the Convention Center and we also display our travelling Memorial Wall.


Added: November 11, 2012
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Greetings from the members of the Victorian Vietnam Veterans Branch, Melbourne Australia.

We honour your service, courage and committment. Our two countries share a common bond of service and loyalty as members of the commonwealth and inour own independent actions. Our brothers in arms have stood side by side in the great wars and in mayny struggles that followed. As brothers in arms, we stand beside you, proud of your Vietnam service and proud of what you have achieved since then.

Admin reply: Hello Bob and all fellow members of the VVAA. We are indeed brothers and shared identical situations upon returning home
in our struggles for recognition and benefits. I personally never had the pleasure of serving alongside any of the Australian units in Vietnam
but I know you were very well respected and revered by all those who did. We salute you Brothers


Added: October 22, 2012
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