Inaugural AVCAT Essay Prize


AVCAT has partnered with the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia to present the inaugural AVCAT Essay Prize in 2020, promoting recognition of the impact of the Vietnam War on veterans and their families and loved ones.

This year’s prize will be presented on Remembrance Day for an essay, up to 2500 words, addressing the theme ‘Impact of the Vietnam War on Family’.

Entries open on Vietnam Veterans’ Day, 18 August 2020. Entries are open until midnight 16 October 2020.

This year’s prize will be presented on Remembrance Day for an essay, up to 2500 words, addressing the theme ‘Impact of the Vietnam War on Family’.

Entries open on Vietnam Veterans’ Day, 18 August 2020. Entries are open until midnight 16 October 2020.

First Prize: $500
Second Prize $200
Third Prize $100

Enter online here.

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