We offer a sincere "WELCOME HOME" for those who are new to The USARSUPTHAI Association.
Look around our website and you'll find that there are many advantages to becoming a member of our online veterans group:
FREE listing as a USARSUPTHAI Association Member
FREE Listing on as one of our Site Members
FREE membership in our USARSUPTHAI FB Association on Facebook and
FREE Email list on Yahoo Groups
What we do:
Inform and educate on the importance of our service in Thailand during the Vietnam Conflict.
Locate and connect lost buddies / friends and make new ones.
Collect stories, articles, documents, and publish them online. Much of our documentation has been moved over from The 519th Transportation Association website.
We will list scheduled reunions for any SEA Reunion of Thailand based unit or groups.
Joining is easy, simply send an email our WEBMASTER with your full name, current residence (city & state), Unit(s), dates in Thailand, and include your email address & contact phone number.
Again, thanks for dropping by.
Much has been said and written about what or who is a "Veteran". I'd like to take the word "Veteran" down to what I feel is its basic ingredient.
A Veteran is someone who has answered the call to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States of America by taking the following oath:
I, (name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.
Veterans come from all walks of life,
They can be found in every corner of the globe.
Most are US citizens, many become US citizens,
Some die before that process is completed,
Many are still waiting to come home,
They are POW's or MIA's,
We call them "Brother"
Those who die for our brothers in the service of our country we call "Heroes".
Those who serve are called Veterans.
All Veterans are Patriots.
Not all Patriots are Veterans.
Whether you were drafted or volunteered, you're a Veteran.
I first took that oath at the Armed Forces Entrance and Examining Station in Boise, Idaho on September 13, 1967 and repeated that oath five times before retiring from active military service on December 31, 1990. I did not then, nor do I now take that oath lightly.
May God Bless the United States Of America,
Joseph J. Wilson, Jr.
Sergeant First Class, United States Army (Retired)
(27 May 2009)