Reunion 2018

Coming soon
Khmer Air Force Veterans Reunion 2018
October 26-27


We remember

Nelson Tav, (559) 681-9939

Ngann Kim Suor, (562) 276-8220


A glimpse of the 2014 Reunion



 A nice glimpse of the Reunion; by LY Phansy.

Thank you all for a wonderful time this past weekend.
I’m looking forward to the next time we meet. Cheers!

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More picture at Reunion2014



July 26th 2014

KAF Veterans Reunion

Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 5:30 PM
La Lune Imperial Restaurant
1458 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, California 90813, U.S.A.
Tel: 562-591-3688

Khmer Air Force

 We were forced to leave our land but our spirit remains

Refugees evacuation

KAFV Reunion 2014

KAF Veterans Reunion 2014 – July 26th
Registration <

Dear KAFV and Friends,
We have a problem with USPS regarding our KQFV PO Box. Please write:

Elliot Ty,  P.O Box 17233, Long Beach, CA 90807, USA
Elliot Ty,  3210 E. Willow St., Signal Hill, CA 90755, USA


KAFV Reunion 2014

Dear veterans, families and friends,
A new committee was set up to prepare the next big reunion of the Khmer Air Force Veterans (KAF)
Mark your calender : July 26th 2014
Comments, opinions and suggestions are welcome :
Stay tuned; further details will be posted.


Chers vétérans, familles et amis,
Un nouveau comité s’est constitué pour préparer la prochaine grande réunion des anciens de l’Armée de l’Air khmère (KAF)
Retenez la date du 26 Juillet 2014
Commentaires, avis et suggestions sont bienvenus :
Restez à l’écoute; nous vous indiquerons des détails ultérieurement.


Cambodian Veterans Day 2011

Dear Friends and Members,

This year Veterans Day will fall on a lucky Friday, 11, 11, 2011. Every year we organized a fund raising ceremony by holding a Veterans Night Party. It’s a good time for all of us to chat and share the family and health situation together. Cambodian Veterans wants to take this opportunity to invite you to come and see each other once again during our golden years. Please refer to the attachment for date, time and place. Cambodian-Veterans_Day 2011. pdf

Sincerely yours,

Kalmine Ly CV Chair

Memory an Hope

As time goes by, the veterans are getting fewer. Nothing can be done about this.
At the same time, the memory is more than ever precious. The spirit is getting stronger. The brotherhood is growing. As long as we stay united, nothing can change this very fact.

2010 saw several veterans gone for ever but 2010 was also a year of hope. Did anyone imagine that after a terrible war, after an unprecedented genocide, the KAF veterans survivors were able to reunite after 35 years? After the Big Reunion in July, there were also smaller reunions that took place.

Memory strengthens a community. Communities form a Nation. Knowing the past and the objectives, a Nation can move on forever.