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Help Honor the MIS Linguists
Americans of Japanese ancestry who served in the Military Intelligence Service in World War II will be honored with a unit tribute plaque when the National Museum of the United States Army opens next summer near Washington, D.C.
The MIS Veterans Hawaii has kicked off a campaign to raise $5,000 for the plaque, which will recognize all MIS nisei linguists who served in the war and the occupation of Japan. You can help by making your donation at
Unit plaques, each measuring 12 by 18 inches, will be displayed along the Path of Remembrance at the museum at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The Army Historical Foundation is raising $200 million to finance the museum, which will be the first with a comprehensive view of the entire Army and its history.
AJAs will be featured in several of the museum’s exhibits, not only those who served in the MIS but also the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team.
MIS donations in excess of $5,000 will go to the museum. For more information see https://armyhistory.org/
MIS Club Membership Roster
The roster of current MIS Veterans Club members is available in PDF format below.
It contains the names, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of members. It is password-protected and will be accessible only to current members. Members may request a password by contacting the club at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Veterans or descendants wishing to renew their memberships or join the club can find membership forms in the “Join Us” page of this website. Dues are $20.00 a year.
Club Bylaws and Strategic Plan
The bylaws of the Military Intelligence Service Veterans Club of Hawaii, provided below, were amended and approved by the membership on August 26, 2018.
The club’s Strategic Plan 2014-2019, which is also attached below, outlines the club’s goals. This plan contains the history of the MIS Veterans Club.