The "National Army Security Agency Association"


Contact your representative in congress to support and co-sponsor H.R. 3558

The Army Security Agency Monument Act

for more information contact Cecil Carver -

*Support the NASAA efforts to create an ASA Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery*

The NASAA is dedicated to preserving the history, memories, and friendships derived from serving in the Army Security Agency during the years of its existence 1945 - 1977.  We watched and listened around the world and served in countless countries.  We passed the flag to INSCOM in 1977. May they preserve our fine heritage and tradition of service. ASA and INSCOM soldiers are eligible for full membership in the NASAA.  (The NASAA is a 501(c)(19) nonprofit corporation)
"On January 1, 1977, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) was organized at Arlington Hall Station, VA.  The formation of INSCOM provided the Army with a single instrument to conduct multi-discipline intelligence and security operations and electronic warfare at the level above corps and to produce finished intelligence tailored to the Army's needs"  Department of the Army General Orders DAGO 25-76

Thanks to Cecil Carver (NASAA board of directors member),

we may have discovered a charter member of the ASA.

His name…Jack Hart and his age…99.  His last 2 years of service were the first 2 years of the ASA.

All he had to do was jump out of a perfectly good airplane.

He was just 2 months shy of his 100th .  It’s a good story.

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Korean War, Cold War, Vietnam War - books, pamphlets & declassified intelligence documents

"The Most Secret War: Army Signals Intelligence in Vietnam"

(direct link courtesy of "Old Spooks and Spies")

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The NASAA supports the Veteran's Welcome Home and Resource Center.  Mission Statement:  "This center is a non-profit organization, incorporated in South Carolina. The center is not affiliated with any government agency, including the Veterans Administration. Sponsored by VFW Post 10804 (Little River, SC), the center was established for the sole purpose of providing veterans with much needed assistance in learning about and applying for benefits due to each individual veteran."  "Any veteran, from any era and branch of service will be welcomed and receive services."