Canadian Vietnam Veterans Association





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Aloha from PROUD cvva AND ndvva member from Grafton ND back in Fargo hoping to see all my friends sorry last year to ill to visit I have so many pictures of you all I spend hours looking at them and showing other vets in Hawaii how we spends our get togethers in Lancaster and ND, been missing all of you my phone 808-344-0322 God Bless Jim Misialek

Admin reply: Hello Jim Looking forward to seeing you again this summer from all the CVVA Members


Added: June 9, 2012
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I am originally from Dauphin,Mb.I was in the corps from Dec.66 to Dec.69,i was with 1st battalion 9th Marines 3rd Mar Div in Vietnam.

Admin reply: Welcome home Ian! It's always nice to hear from a former Manitoban who enlisted in the US Armed Forces and served in Vietnam. My uncle used to own the Cruise Dairy in Dauphin.


Added: May 28, 2012
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Hello to all Vietnam Veterans, this is one Canadian that appreciates everything you Guys/Gals did for all of our freedoms. Thank you for you service.
We here at the Friends of Veterans Canada (Reg. charity), are dedicated to gathering all veterans stories of war in order to pass our veterans stories onto Canadian students, so they have a place to see and hear the stories from the horses mouth per say, on video tape.
The reason I am contacting your Association is one of an inquiry. I live in London On and I would like to gather additional stories from our Vietnam Veterans for the Harry Watts Veterans Video Library. I can do interviews for the Library most anytime in my area. In addition I will be traveling across Canada this year on my Harley to BC, NFLD, Toronto and Calgary for the Stampede. So if there is anyone that is a Veteran or knows of a Vietnam veteran out there, who may be willing, to share their story, please contact us at randy@friendsofveterans.ca.
Also I interviewed a Vietnam veteran in Regina at the legion in 2009 and he was from Swift Currant Sask. We would like contact him again but unfortunately, we had our van broken into while we were in Regina and the thief stole our camera and the tapes of his interview along with other veterans stories we had gathered on that leg of the tour. He drove into Regina to be interviewed and we would like to touch base with him again to re-due his interview. He was a member of a Vietnam veterans organization and he was an executive within his group and may have been the president. Can anyone help us find this veteran?
Thank you all again and there is many Canadians that want to know your stories.
Friends of Veterans Canada
Randy Young Pres.

Admin reply: Thank you Randy for your great post. I'm sure you'll be hearing from our executives and members soon.


Added: January 26, 2012
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I served in Vietnam from August 1965 to December
1965. After being there for 4 months, i sufered from a perforated eardrum and was evacuated to Camp Zama Japan.
I'm originaly from Ste Anne Mad. Cty NB Canada.
Many friend from Ste Anne served in Vietnam.
I served with MACV in Ton Son Nhut and Bien hua

Admin reply: Welcome home Fern and thank you for visiting our website.


Added: January 8, 2012
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Thanks for the insite of the CVVA.I am a US Army veteran, retired.thanks for all you do. Hope to see you at International FALLS meet & greet this year. I was at the Emo mission. thanks Jim MN.PG

Admin reply: Thank you Jim for visiting our website and for participating in the Emo, ON mission for one of our fallen brother.


Added: December 17, 2011
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Representing Big Snake Band thanks to Rick King Public Relations Officer for remembering us : )

Admin reply: Thanks Allen for signing our guestbook.


Added: December 14, 2011
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This site was a great education. Thanks.

Admin reply: Happy to hear you found our website educational!


Added: October 20, 2011
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Born in Ingersoll, ON
Flew crewchief for 498th Dustoff, LZ English, LZ Uplift, Qui Nhon, Ahn Khe, Plieku April 70- Sept 71
Shame on the Canadian Legion, Shame on the American Legion. We were all warriors for a noble cause. How many Americans came to Canada in 1939? The legions forget about honour between brothers in arms. There were many of us there for a common good. Wish you all well. VVA "Never Again Will One Generation of Veterans Abandon Another."

Admin reply: Hi Scott, thanks for signing our guestbook, it's always nice to hear from a Canadian who served in the U.S. Forces.

Yes, shame on the Royal Canadian Legion for treating us like mercenaries back in the seventies. They have since changed their membership requirements and we U.S. Armed Forces Veterans are now being accepted as "real" veterans. I'm sure it's not by choice, but only because they require bodies to fill their membership quota. Welcome home Scott!


Added: September 14, 2011
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The pain and the memories are still with me, even though 44 years have passed since the death of my brother, Sgt. Alan M. Sturdy. Apparently his was a heroic death, trying to save his dog from a booby-trapped snare. Miss you Al !!

Admin reply: Thanks David for signing our guestbook and may your brother be at peace with the other hero's who never came back home!


Added: August 30, 2011
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Aloha all my brothers and sisters missed seeing you in ND and will miss you all labor day camp out, I really love it here in Maui, but at the sametime miss all the friendships of Vietnam Vets from Canada and North Dakota, the gatherings every year are so rewarding, one could search the world over and never find better friends, if anybody coming to Hawaii give me a call 808-344-0322 untilnext we meet God Bless Jim Misialek

Admin reply: Thanks Jim, I'm sure your friends will miss you as well this Labor Day weekend!


Added: August 29, 2011
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