VIETNAM VETERANS DAY 18th AUGUST 2020 Brisbane City With the current Covid 19 restrictions in place, we have had to cancel the VV Day Memorial March and Service this year. This decision wasn’t taken lightly. Check with your local RSL to see if any services will be conducted close to you? The Service went ahead …
Click the link below (joint media release) to read the Joint Media Release for the cancellation of the Ceremony at Long Tan in Vietnam! JOINT MEDIA RELEASE
The next SMC & AGM meetings are to be held at Remembrance House on: Friday 26th February 2021 commencing at 09:00 hrs Contact: Darryl Shipp QLD State Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
VIETNAM VETERANS ASSOCIATION of AUSTRALIA (QUEENSLAND BRANCH)Inc. “Honour the dead, but fight like hell for the living” President Peter Hindle Secretary Darryl Shipp E-Mail: email@example.com Telephone 07 47230569 Mobile 0400032786 NOTICE OF MEETING The Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc.
A Meet and Greet will now be a lucheon at the completion of the SMC meetings: Next meeting is on the Friday 26th February 2021 commencing at 09.00 hrs Please notify the secretary if you are attending! Contact: Darryl Shipp QLD State Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
Portable Military Memorabilia Display. The volunteer Curator of the Gold Coast War Museum, Mr. Bob Meehan OAM (a Vietnam War Veteran)has extended his activities in order to provide military memorabilia displays, free of charge, to organisations such as Schools, Defence Establishments, Services Clubs and Ex-Service Organisations. The original concept was displays of memorabilia depicting each …
Friday, 26 September 2014 VICTORIA’S EX-SERVICE COMMUNITY GETS CREATIVE The creative talents of members of Victoria’s ex-service community will be celebrated today at the official launch of the 2014 Victorian Veteran Community Story Writing and Art Competition (SWAC) exhibition. Today I have the privilege of viewing the 401 entries that have been submitted across the …
WAR veterans will be forced to queue at Centrelink when the Department of Veterans Affairs closes its Frankston office next month. A department spokesman, who declined to be named, confirmed the office would close on October 17 and its services would move to the Centrelink office in Davey St. Frankston Mayor Darrel Taylor, who served …