The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association

The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association

Northern Ireland & Mid-Ulster Branches

  • Visit to Commander Defence Forces – Jeneral Tan Sri Zulkifeli

    Visit to Commander Royal Malaysian Air Force at MINDEF Headquarters Kuala LumpurRead More
  • The Annual Pantridge Ceremony 2015

    The annual Northern Ireland Branch of the National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association (NMBVA) PantridgeRead More
  • Local NMBVA Presented with ABF Award

    Local NMBVA Presented with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Fundraising Excellence 2014/15 Award At an event in ThiepvalRead More
  • RWK Veterans commemorated

    The Unveiling of a Memorial to the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment

    On Sunday 15th September 2013 a memorial in the courtyard of Maidstone Museum, Kent, was unveiled by the Mayor ofRead More
  • They are fierce, they are loyal, and they are brave. They are the Gurkhas. (Photo ©Valerie McDowall)

    Gurkhas’ 200 years of service to the Crown

    Message from Chelsea Pensioner John Saville who is also a member of The Mid-Ulster Branch of the National MalayaRead More
  • Last Journey To Sarawak - Iban Trackers

    Last Journey To Sarawak – Iban Trackers

    One of those featured in this History Channel film Lt Col (Rtd) Hj Robert Rizal Abdullah PGB kindly sent the linkRead More

Welcome to The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association

The The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association is part of a worldwide network.
Membership is open to all who served in Her Majesty’s Forces, the Commonwealth Forces, the Royal Federation of Malaya Police, the Civil Service, Saint John Ambulance and Auxiliary Forces during the Second World War, The Malayan Emergency and the Borneo, Indonesian Confrontation and thereafter.

Aims & Objectives

  • To bring together in true comradeship those who have served in Malaya, Borneo, Singapore and Brunei during the Second World War, the Malayan Emergency, The Confrontation and thereafter in the above countries.
  • To assist Members in their time of need.
  • To remember with pride, respect and gratitude those of all nationalities who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and to ensure that those who fell and that the Association is represented on the day of Remembrance at Home and Abroad.
  • To promote the Association and its Aims throughout the Commonwealth of Nations and other Nations and to seek Affiliations with similar Organisations.
  • To strengthen our ties with Malaysia, The Republic of Singapore and Brunei Darussalam.
  • To hold an Annual Reunion.

The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association, Mid-Ulster Branch Standard

Mid-Ulster Branch Patron:
Lieutenant Colonel Huw Morgan, Adjutant General’s Corps

 

The National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association, Northern Ireland Branch Standard

Northern Ireland Branch Patron:
Dato’Haji Ahmad Tejuddin bin Haji Abdul Majeed
(Kuala Lumpur)