I'll send a copy if this note to the managing director of the ABC and the Minister.
It's 50 years since one of Australia's greatest feats of arms.
Long Tan Day has become Vietnam Veterans Day - and this year it's the 50th anniversary.
I can't believe I have to write this.
Of all the shocking, offensive and insensitive stunts the ABC could pull - they want to hear from the red pain throwers, not the heroes.
What a bunch of low-life scumbags.
The ABC should be defunded.
Vietnam War protests: We want to hear your stories
On August 18, the nation will mark the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
At the time, it was the longest single military engagement Australia had undertaken — but it was conflict that galvanised hundreds of thousands of people to oppose the war and the conscription of the country's young men.
At rallies across Australia nearly half a million people came out for moratorium marches in 1970 — and by 1972, a new Whitlam government ordered all remaining troops home from Vietnam.
Were you involved in Australia's anti-war movement? Did you attend the marches? Have you got photos from the time? Are you in any of these photos, or video?