New Zealand Vietnam Veterans Organisations

Revised: 01 September, 1999

The New Zealand "Roll of Honour"

Lists New Zealand Services Personnel and civilians who were killed while serving their country in Vietnam. This list includes one who served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

This list was provided by Allan Grayling

Ex-Vietnam Services Association, Inc.

The Ex-Vietnam Services Association, Inc., is open to all servicepersons who served with the Allied Forces in the Vietnamese waters or The Republic of Vietnam or (if they assisted Allied Forces) persons from the Red Cross, Salvation Army, Entertainers, and War Correspondents.

The Magazine of the New Zealand Ex-Vietnam Services Association is "CONTACT."

Please contact Alan Nexey, the National Secretary, at:

P.O. Box 260
Papakura, New Zealand

Vietnam Veterans Association of New Zealand (VVANZ)

The Vietnam Veterans Association of New Zealand (VVANZ) conducts research and provides information and materials to Veterans and families for support in proving the War Disablement Pensions.

Typical examples include hypertension, PTSD, stroke, diabetes, renal failure, etc.; and, for a British Army Faulklands War Vet living in NZ, AIDS caused by morphine addiction whilst being wounded in the battlefield and given from then until after arrival home to England on a hospital ship.

Please contact Allan Grayling at:


The KIWIs had a Welcome Home during New Zealand's Queen's Birthday weekend in 1998 (29 May to 1 June) in Wellington. "Parade '98 - Vietnam Remembered" honoured the men and women who served New Zealand in Vietnam. It was a time to remember those who gave their lives and those veterans whose lives have been changed forever. It was also a time to celebrate the friendships and bonds formed between people who depended on each other for their survival. This gathering created the opportunity to meet up with "old mates" and remember friends who could not be there.