NMBVAA Australian Incorporated States
we love independance
 


QLD,NSW, & TAS Branches have retained the Union Jack in their badge. SA has used the Australian Flag.


* Some people may be confused why this Association has different badges, well it is a long story.....not a pretty one unfortunately.

Suffice to say, there are two main groups....


1. NMBVAA Incorporated States, which include SA, TAS, QLD & NSW....all those States incorporated their operations in 2009, because they were not happy with a centralized organization with a Committee that was

 (a) unstable, and,

(b) would not conform to State Presidents' requests to abide by the Association's Constitution.



*We are very proud of being a member of the Alliance of Defence Service Organization (ADSO)

AND

2. NMBVAA.INC,  (Incorporated in ACT)

This organization has State Branches which are not incorporated.

 

                 

 

  Badge for TASINC, QLDINC & NSWINC

                                             


                                                                                         

                                                               

We welcome members from all three armed services.
 
WE BELONG TO :

WAR DOES NOT DETIRMINE WHO IS RIGHT - only who is left.

Photo :- BATU LINTANG WW2 POW MEMORIAL, KUCHING, SARAWAK, BORNEO

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