Travelling around Australia and want to know the best spots
for stay; Vietnam Veteran retreat information;
Click on this link
The list of Vietnam Veteran retreats;
Click on this link
Past copies of Debrief magazine Summer 2008;click
on this link
Summer 2009;click on this link
Winter 2010;click on this
Summer 2010;click on this link
Winter 2011; click on this
Summer 2011;click on this
click on this link
locate click on this link
Dr Hollis' Report on Aged Care for
On line Vietnam Nominal Roll. Please
send your complaints to DVA
2006 Mortality and Cancer Incidence Study
Research on Friendly Fire to Assist Aussie Diggers
Vietnam veteran Dr Bob Hall's research
project on "friendly fire" incidents which may not have been
reported because there were no casualties. Your help might
assist in reducing the risk for today's Australian soldiers.
More info here.
The Special Rate of Pension - a Model
The VVAA model for revision of the Special Rate (T & PI) of
Pension can be viewed here.
Submission to the Clarke Review 2002.
This article by Linda Cox from Western Australia will help to
explain about spina bifida, and gives practical and helpful
hints to parents and teachers that will make life much easier
for children suffering from this disease.
The VVAA is now an affiliate of eBooks.com International Pty
Ltd, and receives a commission for book sales made as a result
of web browsers visiting this site, then linking to the eBooks
site to make the purchase. The commission assists us in
maintaining this site and other activities assisting veterans.
Formation of HQ Company, 1 ATF
Association (Nui Dat)
Following a large reunion of HQ Coy, 1 ATF personnel at
Sawtell Beach Caravan Park during the week of Vietnam Veterans
Remembrance/Long Tan Day, August 2000, the formation of a HQ
Company, 1 ATF Association was actively supported. All those
Vietnam Veterans who served in HQ Coy, 1 ATF, Nui Dat and D&E
platoon, Nui Dat, who are interested in joining this Association
are invited to contact Eddie Tricker by one of the
following means. By letter to Box 5147, Studfield Post Office,
Wantirna South, Victoria, 3152; by telephone on (03) 9801 7586
or by e-mail to
Australian Vietnam Veterans Mortality Listing Web Site
(Unfortunately this link is no longer available)
This site contains a detailed database listing names of
veterans who have passed away since return from Vietnam.
As successive Governments over many years have tended to ignore
the sad effects of war, we feel it is important to ascertain and
classify causes of death for Vietnam Veterans.
The list is as complete as we have been able to make it, and
contains over 3000 names. However, there are sure to be names
missing. Please contact us if you have any information at all
that may help to make the list complete. Deaths reported
through the VVAA Report
of the Death of a Vietnam Veteran will be forwarded to this
The bursary has been established to help needy children of
Vietnam veterans meet the cost of full-time tertiary education
and help them get the formal qualifications and skills needed to
pursue their chosen career. For more information, go to
the hyperlinked DVA site.
If you are a member of the VVAA, or if you simply like what
you see and want to help us continue to help others, you can
make a donation to the VVAA. Click on the hyperlinked heading!
You can join the Association as a member of our remote and
Virtual Sub Branch. You must be a veteran or the
descendent of a veteran - and we will check! Pay dues
electronically, and receive information via email. This service
was established due to the number of enquiries we receive from
the United States and remote areas of Australia.
What does it cost? About $US12 per year! Exact
cost depends on the exchange rate between the US and Aussie
The children of Vietnam veterans, the
Next Generation are mobilising to share information,
experiences and help one another. For those in the Lismore
area, Hunter, Central Coast and the Taree/ Manning, while those
in other states should contact the relevant
Australian War Memorial
The Curator of Private Records at the War Memorial is keen to acquire more
personal records of Australian Servicemen in Vietnam. Contact phone numbers on
(02) 6243 4315 or Fax (02) 6243 4545 or email by clicking on the link