Seahorse Merchandise Order Information
In order to raise money to defer other expenses of our organization, such as reunion assistance, and communication expenses, we acquire and sell Seahorse Merchandise. The proceeds from these sales only benefit the organization and in no way benefits any individual.
Wear and use your Seahorse merchandise proudly and often. We hope that some lost Seahorse will see it and recognize it as his own and ask where you got your merchandise. Tell them about our organization and how to get added to our mailing list and invitations to Seahorse events.
To order decide the quantity of each item you wish to order. Write your order on a plain piece of paper. Make your Check out to "Veterans of the 183rd" the items ordered along with shipping and handling. Don't forget to include the sizes for any shirts ordered.
Send your check and order to David Neff, 767 East 1250 Road, Lawrence, KS 66046. or e-mail email@example.com
Veterans of the 183rd, Merchandise
NOTE: If your thinking about ordering some of the decals, bumper sticker, patch or coin, remember these can usually be shipped for a couple of dollars. Size selection for the Golf shirts is limited. The Seahorse Jackets
WWW.STONECANVAS.COM --- Ryan Huseby (Artist): Ryan is an artist with unique wood working talents. He creates inspiring pieces of art that incorporate subject mater such as rock art images found around the world and various other images, all of which are recreated and displayed in a unique wooden format. Ryan is donating a Seahorse logo for the 2008 reunion being held in Charleston SC. Visit his Web site to see some of the beautiful wood creations (Available for consignment work).
Below is a link to an article that Jim McHaney wrote for a Veterans Newsletter about his return to Vietnam.
Listed below are the titles to some books written about Vietnam. Many of them have references to the 183rd Seahorses.
"The Conflict that was a War" A book dedicated to Carl Forgey, one of the many loyal members of
"The Birddogs Tail" Everything you ever wanted to know about the 0-1 Birddog.
"Of Their own Accord" Read about Army Ranger's and Birddog's in Southeast Asia.
"A Hundred Feet over Hell" Stories about the 220th RAC, sister unit of the 183rd.