This is the logo that we are using for ASA
Chitose.The bear with lightning bolt on the map of Hokkaido, widely used as a
logo on our souvenir items, was designed by Dudley Wetherby - Chitose ‘54/’56.
This logo was adopted by the unit as their unofficial logo as the result of a
unit-wide contest that was held. The logo was very prominently displayed at the
entrance to Kuma Station.
ASA Chitose Mail Order Pitch
We have the following items for sale by mail:
We have the following items for sale by mail: 1) Cap, Embroidered,a black mesh or solid back cap $12.00 ea. Specify mesh or solid back. Packing and mailing $4.50 ea. , add $1.50 for ea. additional cap mailed.
A. The Chitose bear with the lightning bolts and the map of Hokkaido in green in the background. It has 2 versions one with an American flag to the left and to the right ASA Chitose and the years we were there 1950 to 1970. Another version just has the Bear with ASA Chitose in smaller letters under it. B. The ASA patch,(Eagle foot with lightning bolts), on the right side is a replica of the US flag and on the left is the dates 1945 to 1976 (dates ASA was in existence). Across the top is ARMY SECURITY AGENCY and across the bottom a choice of the following ALIVE AND WELL, FOREWARNED IS FOREARMED or STILL LISTENING in gold letters. C. ASA Crest,(eagle on the globe) and across the top ARMY SECURITY AGENCY and across the bottom IN GOD WE TRUSTED ALL OTHERS WE MONITORED . 2) 1” Lapel or hat pins,these are reproductions with original colors $2.50.Packing & mailing $1.00,no charge if ordered with caps or shirts.
A.Fuji Patch - Replaced the GHQ patch around 53 B.ASA Patch - Eagles claw with lightning bolts, replaced the Fuji patch in early 60’s. 3.Fuji & ASA Patches,full size copies of our original patch $2.50.Packing & mailing $1.00,no charge if ordered with caps or T-shirts. Make checks out to Roy Gettz
and send to 3091 Blackbird Ct,Melbourne, FL 32935; this is a separate fund from the admin fund. Do not include dues in this check. Damaged items will be replaced.
The bear with lightning bolt on the map of Hokkaido, widely used as a logo on our souvenir items was designed by Dudley Wetherby, Chitose 54/56. This logo was adopted by the unit as their unofficial logo as the result of a unit wide contest held. The logo was very prominently displayed at the entrance to Kuma Station.