Surname: Conyers
Christian Names: Peter James
Country: Australia
State or Province: Victoria
City or Town: East Malvern
Case Notes:

Live: 22 Nov 2013

Peter James Conyers - Aged 64 years of East Malvern, Victoria

Conyers likes a round of golf at the East Malvern Golf Course and as he swings his clubs he swings countless stories of his "war tour" in Vietnam.



As the years have rolled by, Conyers stories differ to the point where his audiences' became suspicious and requested our assistance.

Conyers gets misty eyed when he tells the story of his amazing rescue:

"He lay injured in a field and was rescued by an American Helicopter crew. A big black arm reached out and pulled him on board. He was then transported to a "MASH" hospital where he recovered from his wounds. He cannot talk about his wounds"

Conyers has his wars mixed up. Military Hospitals in Vietnam were not referred to as "MASH". That term belongs to the Korea era.

Conyers is known to march on Commemorative occasions but has only been seen wearing medals of a relative on his right breast. One would think that he would wear his own medals on such occasions.

Conyers is not listed on the Department of Veterans Affairs, Vietnam Veterans Nominal Roll.

National Archives of Australia have advised the following:

National Archives of Australia
National Reference Service
Reference: NAA


Thank you for your enquiry regarding PETER JAMES CONYERS.

Post-World War II Army records are held by the Central Army Records Office (CARO), Department of Defence. They have advised us that they were unable to locate a record for this individual based on the following information:

Date of birth: 25/9/1949
Service number:
Period of service: 1968-1980

Yours sincerely,
Reference Officer
National Reference Service

We contacted Conyers by post to seek his advice. Conyers did not respond to our letter shown below:


We hold Statutory Declarations advising that Conyers often brags about "his Vietnam service". We are also reliably advised that he is another wannabe who has deceived his family into believing that he is a Vietnam Veteran.

Conyers has never served in the Australian Army at any time. He has expanded his life achievements with lies and deception by claiming to be a returned Vietnam Veteran.

Veterans’ world-wide will not accept this behaviour and condemn Conyers as a lying fraud, liar and wannabe.

The only place Veterans will ever welcome him, is here on this web site.

This is published in the public interest, veterans of all conflicts, in particular that of the Vietnam Veteran Community. All information presented here is fact and the truth. Reports from the private citizens are supported by statement of fact and statutory declarations.

Persons appearing on our site that are now deceased will not be removed, but the case will have the word "Deceased" placed next to their name when we are advised.

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