Become a member of the ASHF:

Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation general membership. Please make the appropriate selections using the pulldown menus, and then click on the “Join the ASHF” button to take you to PayPal. Memberships are 1-year ($25.00), 3-year ($70.00), and 5-year ($115.00). Memberships are Gold – Alamo Scouts, ASTC Graduates, Staff & Overhead Personnel, Silver – Spouses & direct relatives of Scouts, and Bronze – All others who wish to support the ASHF.

Annual dues will be used to help maintain the Alamo Scouts website; secure memorial plaques for the unit at historical and military institutions; fund special projects; and support ongoing archival research and procurement of historical unit-related memorabilia for educational purposes. Membership also entitles you to a membership card, a newsletter, our new RECON magazine, and attendance to any of the ASHF events.

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If you’d like to pay for your membership by way of a check. Make payable to: Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation, Inc.

Mail check to:
Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 15303
Clearwater, FL 33766-5303

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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 Research & General Fund:

If you prefer to send your donation by check:
Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 15303
Clearwater, FL 33766-5303

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.