Kingston Vietnam Veterans Motor Cycle Club Memorial
To be confirmed - images of the memorial pending from the members of the club.
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- To be confirmed
- Conflicts commemorated
- Vietnam War, 1962–1972
- Memorial type
- Additional information
The club was established to provide social and welfare support for bikers who are Vietnam Veterans. The VVMC Qld Chapter is not only a motorcycle club, but is also recognised as an Ex-Service Organisation and Welfare Group in its own right by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs and other government and veteran groups.
The Qld Chapter was officially formed on 18th August, 1990 (Vietnam Veterans Day, also known as Long Tan Day) in ANZAC Square in Brisbane and consisted of just seven members. Today, apart from the Queensland Chapter, there are now other Chapters in Qld, all separate, autonomous bodies, but with a common goal. Apart from the obvious biker related activities, we are a large presence at Anzac Day and Vietnam Veterans Day marches and activities. Charity work is also high on our list of priorities.
- Recorded by
- Kingston Vietnam Veteran's Motor Cycle Club
- Date recorded
- 9 March 2009