Submitted by Name: Allen Danforth From: Green Bay Wisconsin E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: Belle From: Ontario E-mail: Contact
Comments: This site was a great education. Thanks.
Admin reply: Happy to hear you found our website educational!
Added: October 20, 2011
Submitted by Name: Scott Cunningham From: Memphis TN E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: David Sturdy From: now: Asutralia; prev: Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: James Misialek From: Maui and North Dakota E-mail: Contact
Comments: 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
Submitted by Name: Rainman From: Suburban of Brocket, ND E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for the great web sites, Paul we appreciate all the work! Great job! Semper Fi
Admin reply: Thanks Rainman, I appreciate updating and posting new information on your website
Added: August 28, 2011
Submitted by Name: Karla Richardson From: Minnesota E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just wanted to say HI to friends of the CVVA and thank each of you for your service! Hope to see you all in Lancaster - look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Admin reply: Thank you Karla for signing our guestbook. I'm sure all the Vietnam veterans are looking forward to seeing you and the Patriot Guard in Lancaster!
Added: August 19, 2011
Submitted by Name: Mark Aamodt From: Bagley, MN E-mail: Contact
Comments: Was great to see some of our Brothers and Sisters from the North again, at the Patriot Ride. Take Care, Ride Safe.
Admin reply: Thanks Mark for signing our guestbook. I'm sure Ken will reply to your message.
Added: July 13, 2011
Submitted by Name: Anne From: Oakville Ontario E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was born in 1958 which would make me 12 years of age in 1970, however, I have no idea whatsoever why the whole thing continues to haunt me. I would love to correspond with a vet
Added: July 11, 2011
Submitted by Name: Dalton Watson From: Langley, B.C.
Comments: CORRECTION: My older brother Ed enlisted in the US Army, 4 Div. 22 Inf. Regiment and was deployed to Viet Nam in September 1966. He sustained wounds in the Battle of Soui Tre', March 21, 1967. Ed grew up in northern Alberta. After visiting our parents, Ed was unfortunately killed in a motor vehicle accident in 1970, while returning to his home in the US. It was my most sincere honour to have met several of the Viet vets, who served with Ed, at a 22 Inf. Regiment re-union afew years ago. We thank you for your Service.
Admin reply: Thanks Dalton for the correction to your previous post.