This February marks the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Alamo Scouts operational history, and to celebrate, the Alamo Scouts Historical Foundation (ASHF) will produce a special 32-page issue of RECON magazine, the official publication of the ASHF.
Featured stories include: “A Personal Price,” the tragic story of Alamo Scout Charles Stewart, who was a POW in Italy, and who later escaped and joined the Alamo Scouts in the Pacific.
“Seagull Party,” which recounts the Netherlands Forces Intelligence Service (NEFIS) and its joint operations with the Alamo Scouts behind the lines in New Guinea.
“The Alamo Scouts, a Raccoon, and the Kindness of Strangers” is a humorous look at the ASHF board meeting in Washington DC and its subsequent research trip to the National Archives in College Park, Maryland.
“All Nations Native American Veterans Memorial.” The Alamo Scouts are again being honored for their valiant service during World War II by inclusion in the AllNations Native American Veterans Memorial in Jefferson, Oregon.
Don’t missing out on this special issue of RECON. Become a member today! http://www.alamoscouts.org/membership/