Vietnam veterans to hold reunion in Waggavideos

VIETNAM VETERANS: Members of the 38th Riverina Vietnam Veterans reunion organising committee David Gardiner (left) and Ralph Todd. Picture: Les SmithMORE than 220 people are expected to attendwhat organisers believe to be the longest continuous reunion of Vietnam War veterans in Australia.

The 38threunion of Riverina Vietnam Veterans will be held in Wagga over the weekened of November 6-8.

Chairman of the organising committee, David Gardiner, said it was expected 150 veterans plus partners would attend the reunion, to be held 50 years since ground troops landed in Vietnam and 40 years since all deployment ceased.

“The reunion is considered the oldest continuous reunion of Vietnam veterans in Australia, having originated in Leeton 38 years ago,” Mr Gardiner said.

“The reunion is held only in Riverina towns and attracts veterans from all over Australia.”

Mr Gardiner said, so far, veterans from all states have expressed interest in attending the event.

He said reunions were important in the lives of ex-service men and women.

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