Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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Greeting from Ulster County Chapter 60, Inc. Vietnam Veterans of America.

We would like to thank you Canadian's for your Valor and Friendship in fighting along side us. Our's was a just Cause, and we thank you for feeling the same.

Semper Fi
Lamont D. Taylor, President

Admin reply: Thank you Lamont for commenting on the Canadians who fought side by side with our American friends. Yes, our cause was just in fighting Communism in South East Asia. Many of us Canadian Vietnam Veterans in Manitoba are members of the VVA Chapter 374.


Added: March 31, 2015
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What a great site to inform the younger generation on the aspect of Canadians the war in Vietnam.

I am proud I went, but distressed by the men Canada and the US lost.
We were all young and looking for adventure and not always ready for what we found in war.
We sure grew up fast and realized that we weren't as indestructible as we thought.
Some nights I still awake in a cold sweat to find the terror in my dreams of things I would like to forget.
I get teary when I hear taps or hear "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place"

Admin reply: Thank you David for signing our guestbook and welcome home! We can relate to what you're still going through pertaining to the Vietnam War. I believe we're all proud to have served in the US Armed Forces even though it may have been hell at times.


Added: March 30, 2015
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my fathers cousin Gordon White is on here....joined the Marines, and passed away over there......there is street named after him here in FortMcMurray as well named after him..his mother is still alive ...

Admin reply: Hello Benita, Thank you for the information you provided on Gordon White. We thank him for his ultimate sacrifice he paid for our freedom. May he Rest in Peace.


Added: March 30, 2015
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VIETNAM VETERANS TRIBUTE

PLease go to youtube THE PROMISE BY JACK MURPHY

Please share with all Veterans
Thank you

Admin reply: Welcome home Jack and thank you for sharing your video, "The Promise". I could relate in many ways to the lyrics and photos. I shared the video on Facebook, thanks!


Added: March 11, 2015
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Interesting. Very few realize how many Canadians served in Vietnam.

Admin reply: Hi Patrick, thank you for your comment and for signing our guestbook.

With the continuing efforts of the Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association, notably Rob Purvis and Ron Parkes, we are making huge progress in getting the word out to Canadians and Americans alike of the sacrifices some of us have made in fighting in the Vietnam War while serving with the U.S. Armed Forces. We are very proud to have fought side by side with our American friends, one of Canada's greatest ally.


Added: January 31, 2015
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Paul, thanks for the page fix, the site looks great and I appreciate all the work you put into this.

Admin reply: Anything for a Vietnam US Marine! We must indulge in a "Old Mil" soon :)


Added: January 15, 2015
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We lost a lot over there
:!cry:

Admin reply: We may have lost a lot out there Jerry, but I feel we also gain a lot in other ways.


Added: December 29, 2014
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To my Canadian Vietnam veteran brothers. I am sorry for your lose. There are no borders between brothers of battle. He now walks with God and the many that have gone before.

Admin reply: Thank you for your kind words and for signing our guestbook, it's much appreciated.


Added: November 6, 2014
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Thanks for a JOB WELL DONE. My big brother Edie Watson made her through the killing fields wounded with three gun shot wounds through his dorsal. The googs butheaded him and he took it. He was left for dead. Edie made it back home to us in his brand new corvette. Celebrate we did. After a few days Edie went back to work in the State of Washington.That was the last we all seen of Edie. The sun got in his eyes on a Rocky Mountain road nothing to be found of Edie and only a few bits of car. I wrote this in remembrance of a good man who treated me like a little brother. Thanks again fellas. You made a difference. Peace be with you all and may peace come into the earth soon. Yours alway; rolie.

Admin reply: Thank you Roland for sharing the amazing story on your big brother Edie. May he rest in peace knowing he gave his best in the difficult Vietnam War. We'll be thinking of him on Remembrance Day. God Bless!


Added: November 5, 2014
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I only learned about you men today. I am moved that you would come and serve for the US. I was a kid when the war ended, about 12. My father served two tours there. I joined the Army because of it but only served in Germany during the Cold War. I always wanted to go into combat but am older and wiser now. I would have joined up in a minute back then had I been old enough. Thank you for serving and making the sacrifices you all made. All of you are heroes as far as I can tell.

Hats off to every one of you, especially the ones who didn't come back.

Admin reply: Thank you Jeff for your military service and for your Dad's Vietnam War service. It's always nice to hear from Patriots like you and your father who have served in the US Armed Forces.


Added: October 24, 2014
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