Sites of interest to veterans. If you would like your site included, please email
VVF South Australia
The Vietnam Veterans Federation SA Branch Inc. exists to actively
pursue the welfare and health of Naval, Military and Air Force Veterans
from all conflicts and their families. - Vets Helping Vets
Vietnam Veterans Federation NSW
Vietnam Veterans Peacekeeping & Peacemaking Veterans' Association of Australia (NSW Branch) Inc.
The Australian Federation of Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex
Servicemen and Women Ltd. The TPI Federation is a Non Political, Non
Sectarian Ex Service Organization. Our Website has been designed to
provide information and communication for Ex Service Personnel who are
eligible for, and granted, or in receipt, of the Special Rate of
Vietnam Veterans Federation Inc
The Vietnam Veterans Federation of Australia is dedicated to the
welfare of ALL veterans and their families. We have no other aim. Our
organisation is made up of volunteers who chose to help veterans in
need. If you are a sick veteran, and you suspect your sickness may have
been caused by your war service, we invite you to consult one of our
trained volunteers who man our branches and sub-branches throughout all
States of Australia.
Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia
The "Vietnam Veterans' Association of Australia" website has been
designed with two purposes in mind. The first, to provide information
of special or current interest to Australian Vietnam veterans. The
second, to provide for students of all ages, historical context,
information about Australia's involvement in the war, Australian units,
servicemen and servicewomen.
Australian Peacekeeper and Peacemaker Veterans' As
APPVA is a veteran non-profit profession of arms and services that
encompasses all operations that have involved Australian and New
Zealand Defence Forces Servicemen and Women, Federal and State Police,
Philanthropic Organisations (Everyman�s Welfare Service, Red Cross,
Salvation Army, etc) and Defence Civilians.
The Royal Australian Regiment Association
Royal Australian Regiment Association is a mutual association of past
and present infantry servicemen who have served in, or are currently
serving in, an Infantry Battalion of the Regiment. The RAR Association
was formed in 1969.
|War Veterans Australia
A site for Australian war veterans
Service Holiday Resorts
Throughout Australia and New Zealand (via reciprocal arrangements with
the New Zealand Defence Force) there are a number of service owned
holiday resorts available for use by the Defence Community and their
families. These resorts provide comfortable, low cost accommodation in
a variety of settings. Priority is given to serving military members
and civilian defence staff.
4RAR/4RAR (Cdo) Associations
resource is an initiative of the respective state 4th Battalion, Royal
Australian Regiment Associations of Australia and is dedicated to
providing serving and former members of the 4th Battalion Royal,
Australian Regiment (4 RAR) with information on forthcoming events,
reunions and matters of general interest.
4 RAR Museum
A web-based history of the 4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment.
Partners of Veterans Association
The Partners of Veterans Association intends to fill the identified,
large gap of need overlooked by other ex-service organizations and
government departments, as determined by the association's own,
Service Veterans Sports Group
A small group of Service Veterans in Bendigo, Victoria, formerly known
as the Vietnam Veterans Sports Group. We have no affiliation with any
Ex Service Organisations. We came together after attending a couple of
Department of Veteran Affairs programs called the Heart Health Program
and the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Program.
|Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service
The Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service (VVCS) is a specialised, free,
confidential Australia-wide service for Australian veterans and their
families. VVCS staff are professionally qualified with skills in
working with life problems faced by veterans and their families. They
can also provide a wide range of programs and treatment for war and
service-related mental health conditions.
Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health
ACPMH is an internationally recognised centre of excellence at the
University of Melbourne. We specialise in trauma-related research,
policy and program development and training. The Centre helps
organisations, communities and individuals to prevent, recognise and
reduce the adverse mental health effects of trauma. We do this through
world class research, innovative policy development and education.
Mesothelmiona Veterans Blog
veterans, most specifically, Navy vets who served about World War
II-era ships, have developed mesothelioma in their late sixties or
seventies as a result of asbestos exposure during their time in the
military. Because mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive form of
cancer, and because there is no known cure, the majority of veterans
who suffer from mesothelioma lose their battle in less than two years
following their diagnosis. Their spouse or children become their
caregivers, and treatment is particularly expensive. Mesothelioma.com
has created a wealth of resources for veterans.
|Vietnam War Resources
An American site containing hundreds of links to relevant sites,
including a significant number of Australian sites.
Site for Vietnam War veterans in the Illawarra Region of NSW
Sunraysia War Veterans
Australia's commitment to Vietnam
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Synthetic Grass Putting Green
We offer a variety of practice golf equipment, with golf practice nets
available, and golf practice mats, with golf tees, and other practice
equipment like an artificial putting green for home use indoor and out.
Gun Plot is a personal and privately owned website about the Royal Australian Navy. Past, Present and Future.
Neil Moffatt's personal web site My Vietnam - One Veteran's personal recollection of his service in Vietnam.
The Corps of Commissionaire
Security provides transition services for ex-service personnel by
employment and training opportunities after they leave the
services. It is a not-for-profit organisation that upholds the
military ethos of Service, Integrity and Loyalty.
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