An Association of Veterans of the Second Indochina War & Their Foreign Counterparts

This page is dedicated to those we left behind, those who escaped, those who never came back,
and those who never gave up.

Cancellation Notice & Refund Information.
Counterparts is an active veterans organization and supports humanitarian efforts in Southeast Asia. Our Locators and Liason Officers maintain contacts with numerous US and Foreign veterans organizations. Full membership is open to all persons from the U.S. or an allied country who served in an Advisory capacity, and their foreign military Counterparts and anyone who supports our mission.
  • Counterparts maintains a roster of Advisors by advisory assignments and foreign units to assist in identifying Units, Advisors & Counterparts who served in SouthEast Asia.
  • Counterparts actively works to support their Counterparts who are still overseas and who wish to reside in the United States.
  • Counterparts supports educational programs by providing authors and speakers who are knowledgeable of the military assistance missions and events.
  • Counterparts publishes a quarterly newsletter, SITREP, that includes articles of interest to the Advisory community, interviews, book reviews and reunion info.
    Visit the Counterparts/THDNA Facebook Page for Discussions and Pictures. This is a "Closed Facebook Group and requires current, active membership in Counterparts to Participate.
    Allied Support in Vietnam Presidential Unit Citations to Non-US Units Annual Allied Troops 1959-1973

    Commemoration of Black April 30 1975

    "Gratefully respectful [of the]
    Fallen Heros of the Republic of Vietnam
    [who] Sacrificed for Their Country

    ( Translation: Damian Hop Tran, USMC )

    What Black April means to the Vietnamese
    ROK Vietnam Support
    Australian Army Training Team (AATTV)
    New Zealand Army Training Team (NZATTV)
    Phillipine Vietnam Support (PhilCAG)
    Republic of China Support (ROC)
    Spain's Military Med Team
    Green Dragon
    The Green Dragon
    The story of Vietnamese refugees
    as they first arrive at Camp
    Pendleton in the United States as
    the Vietnam War ends in 1975.
    (Thanks to Bill Laurie, for finding
    this movie, and YouTube Movies.)

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