6 RAR/NZ (ANZAC) BATTALION  •  SOUTH VIETNAM 1969 – 1970

VICTOR FOUR COMPANY


Quin Rodda

Andy Peters

NZ Army Museum

Wira Gardiner
Kevin Kirner
Vivienne Haldane
Graeme & Anna Goldring
Patrick Bronte
Ray Seymour
Pete & Bev Ramsay
Paul McKeany
Dave Hayward
Gordon and Eliza Benfell
Diane McNally
Lees Photos
Geoff Dixon
Lindsay Churchill
Noel Bell
Jim Stokes
Colin Cornelius
NZVVA
Wayne Alexander
Wayne Williams
Harry Ellison
Russell Tulloch
Pam Miley-Terry
Carolynne Burgess
Colleen Graham (nee Frith)
Sharman Dykes (nee Milne)
Judith Martin
Ray Davidson
Chris Clarke
Tim Tuatini
David Keay
Natalie Smith
Rae Constable
Warren Illingworth
Trevor Thompson
Candice Wright
Natassja HannayChris Dunker
Don & Yvonne Morrison

Tom Gordon







Great Music By;

Sly and the Family StoneMamas and the PapasTom Jones
Armed Forces Vietnam Network
Englebert HumperdinkThe Beatles
(Jon at otrcat.com)
Simon and GarfunkelThree Dog Night
Barry WhiteFifth DimensionSteppenwolf
Diana RossCredence  Clearwater Revival


Special Acknowledgement


Shane Dixon is a graphic designer in Australia who registered, designed and developed
the layout of this Victor Four Company Website assisted by his wife, Jody. Kia ora Shane & Jody.


The images and stories contained herein record a small yet significant part of New Zealand’s
involvement in the Vietnam War and New Zealand’s Military History.

This website is based largely on the Victor Four Book, ‘A Soldiers View of The Vietnam War.


Owing to printing financial restraints, not all photos that were offered for the books production
were used, so many of these are now shown here.


Additional images have been provided by V4 personnel and their families, other veterans,
individuals and organisations.


Unlike other units or sub-unit websites, where each individual’s contribution is separated
and named, these have been ‘pooled’ and put in some sort of chronological order
and categorised into the appropriate sections wherever possible.


Apart from several instances, no owners of these photos are named.
There is no ‘Joe Blogg’s collection’ or no ‘Joe Bloggs lot’.


Contributions range from 1 photo to 100 + photos.


I would therefore like to acknowledge and thank all those below who have contributed
an image or images that appear on this website. Kia ora.

Acknowledgements