THE ALAMO SCOUTS MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN
The ASHF needs your help in raising $4,600 to create a memorial stone at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum (ASOM) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The site is the premier venue for exhibiting the history of America’s elite units and features a moving display of free-standing memorial stones at the entrance to the museum. But the Alamo Scouts are noticeably absent.
The ASHF welcomes donations VIA all major credit cards or through PayPal. All donations/contributions are tax-deductible. Receipts for donations will be sent for all individual donations in excess of $250. Receipts will be provided on request for donations less than $250.
To donate to the ASHF Memorial Campaign Fund:
If you prefer to donate by check. Please email for information where to mail your check
The Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation (ASHF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Historical and Educational Society dedicated to perpetuating the memory of the Alamo Scouts of the U.S. Sixth Army Special Reconnaissance Unit who served in the South Pacific during World War II.
Its mission includes, but is not limited to, the following:
A) Documenting the war record of the Alamo Scouts;
B) Preserving the unique military legacy of the Alamo Scouts through historical research and archival preservation;
C) Educating the general public as to the activities of the Alamo Scouts and their contributions to the successful conclusion of the war;
D) Causing and encouraging the publication of historical works concerning the Alamo Scouts in printed and electronic formats; and
E) Establishing memorial plaques and historical displays commemorating the Alamo Scouts at historical and military institutions.
Memorial Stone Dimensions:
Height: 2’ 6” Width: 3’0” Depth: 1’ 6 1/16”
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A few Memorial Stones and photos taken at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum.