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Ship's Store


The following USS LST Ship Memorial (USS LST 325) items are currently available.  Clicking on any of the images below will provide you with better, more detailed pictures of the items (then use your browser's Back button to return to this page).  Proceeds from these sales help sponsor the USS LST Ship Memorial (USS LST 325).

You can order simply by telephoning the Ship's store (1-812-435-8678), or by printing out an order form. Two order forms are available - the Excel format form can be saved to your computer and, after completing, can be emailed to 325office@lstmemorial.org. The second form, in PDF format can be printed and mailed to the Ship's store as well.

New Shipping and Handeling Prices as of December 2011

Up to $9.99              $5.00
$10.00 to $24.99      $8.00
$25.00 to $49.99     $11.00
$50.00 or more        $15.00

Click here to view and print out the PDF order form for ordering by mail or email. 

Click here to view and download the Excel order form for ordering by email or by mail (click Save to download).

LST-325 Flown Flags & Jacks Apparel Patches & Pins Videotapes & Books Miscellaneous

Most images can be clicked on for enlargements.

LST-325 Flown Flags


LST-325 Flown Flags and Jacks

These are beautiful, high-quality flags flown aboard LST-325.  They measure a standard 3 x 5 feet.  The American flags come with a Certificate of Authenticity suitable for presentation.  The certificate is hand-inscribed on the heading with date flown, latitude and longitude, along with a signature.


Unflown flags are also available.

LST-325 Flown
$40 + S/H
$35 + S/H

Gift Certificates

LST 325 Gift Certificates 

LST 325 Gift Certificates

It's the perfect gift! Get a gift certificate for merchandise purchased in the ship's store!

$5.00 Gift Certificate - $5 + S/H
$10.00 Gift Certificate - $10 + S/H
$20.00 Gift Certificate - $20 + S/H

Apparel - New Items Coming Soon!

Gator Navy T-shirt

Gator Navy - a proud symbol to wear!  The front of this T boasts the Gator Navy and the back shows a beautiful picture of the 325 with the words "Let he who knows not how to pray, go to sea". Hanes Authentic® T-shirt (100%).

$15 + S/H

Original LST Memorial Greece to USA T-shirt

The original US LST Memorial Greece to USA featuring the names of the original men who brought the ship back to the USA!  This Hanes Authentic® T-shirt (100%) is a classic.

$15 + S/H

LST Week Cap

LST Week cap.

$15 + S/H

Pull Over LST 325 Sweatshirt

You'll be looking sharp and feeling snug in this top-quality Hanes® Ultimate Cotton (10% polyester) sweatshirt featuring the original LST Memorial Greece to USA logo - available in classic grey and navy blue. 

$25 + S/H

One Size Fits Most Sailor Caps

Get the kids into the action with their very own sailor caps!  Who knows, maybe you'll even be able to teach them to salute properly and show a little respect! Available in 3 styles.

Plain Cap -$5 + S/H
LST 325 Cap - $8 + S/H
LST w/ Anchor Cap - $10 + S/H

Patches & Pins
2004 Atlantic Voyage Patch

Beautiful souvenir patch for the 2004 D-Day Memorial Cruise, measuring a full 4 in. in diameter.

$2.50 + S/H

2003 River Trip Patch

Official souvenir patch for the 2003 River Trip measures 4 in. in diameter.  The logo is an adaption of that used by the Evansville Museum's LST exhibit.  Many people have never noticed the three dots and a dash on that logo.  Many others don't know what they mean.  It's Morse code for the letter "V," widely used in WWII as a Victory theme.  (A la Winston Churchill's "Two beers, please!")  The theme from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony (ta-ta-ta-tahhh) was also widely used.

$2.50 + S/H

Amphib & LST Memorial Logo Patches

Get one or both!  Full-size, full-color Naval Amphibious insignia and the official USS LST Ship Memorial patch.

$5 each + S/H

US Navy Pin

For cap or lapel, this is a beautiful pin, measuring 1" x 1" and features crossed American and US Navy flags.

$5 each + S/H

U.S. Naval Amphibious Forces Pin

This gold-colored pin measures 1¼ in. in diameter and is accented with a red border and blue stars.  It features an LST unloading on a beach and reads, "U.S. Naval Amphibious Forces."

$5 + S/H

Liberty USA Pin

Be proud wearing this Liberty USA pin, measures 1" x 3/8". Perfect for lapel or cap.

$5 + S/H

Sailor Pins

This cute little fella is sure to please. Sailor pin measures 1" x 3/8". Perfect for lapel or cap.

$5 + S/H

Freedom Isn't Free Pin

Military boots and the American flag - The Price of Freedom Isn't Free! Pin measures 1" w x 1 1/4" h.

$5 + S/H

Eagle Pin

A beautiful, striking Eagle! Pin measures 1 1/4" w x 1" h.

$5 + S/H

Anchor Pin

This beautiful gold toned anchor pin measures 1" x 3/4", making it perfect for the lapel or cap.

$5 + S/H

"Ship-Shape" Pin

This gold-colored lapel or cap pin will certainly catch some eyes!  Features a "ship-shape" LST 325 with the words "LST Memorial."  Size 1½" wide. 

$5 + S/H

Original Logo Pin

Beautiful brass, enameled pin that you can wear with pride on your lapel or ballcap.  Actual size 15/16" (2.4 cm).

$5 + S/H

Amphib Pin

This amphibious emblem pin will show your stuff on a hat, vest or jacket. The large Amphib pin measures 1" x 1".

Large Amphib Pin - $5 + S/H

LST 325 Challenge Coin

This gold-colored LST 325 Challenge Coin measures 1½" in diameter.  Face is full-color USS LST Ship Memorial logo, while the reverse depicts the ship's progress home to the USA from the Greek island of Crete.

$5 + S/H

LST 325 Videotapes & Books
The Return of LST-325

National Audio Video, 
produced by Linda Alvers

This is the 50-min. program that aired on The History Channel on Nov. 11 and 16, 2001 (and has been shown periodically since then).

Would you care to see a short preview clip (1:27)?

Windows Media
(3.8 Mb)
(2.8 Mb)
VHS or DVD - $20 + S/H

Bringing Home the LST 325

Filmed and produced by 

Gold Crew member Ron Maranto

(Two-volume set - VHS only)

(100% of the proceeds from "Bringing Home the LST 325" go toward the ship's restoration and operation.)

This comprehensive video was filmed by Gold Crew member Ron Maranto.  While filmed by an amateur, it was professionally edited, and it is most definitely "the next best thing to being there!"  It documents the entire voyage, beginning during the restoration efforts in Souda Bay (Crete), and ending with shipboard footage of the grand arrival in Mobile, AL, on Jan. 10, 2001.  This is the best and most comprehensive footage of the work of our crewmembers and their experiences for several long months of hard work.  It's also ideal for showing your family and friends what life is like aboard an operating LST. 
DVD - $20 + S/H
VHS - $20 + S/H

"World War II on an LST"

Produced by Diane L. Spitler

Discover at first hand what World War II was like for a farm boy serving as a radioman aboard an LST (Landing Ship Tanks).  Using letters, a log book, and interviews; Marion takes you to Normandy on D-Day, the invasion of southern France and later to the Pacific.  Learn how LSTs helped win the war and why veterans want you to remember the price paid for freedom.  Also special features include behind the scenes, bloopers, radio school and commentary.

$20.00 + S/H

Click on the image to visit the book's
website, which contains many photos 
only recently available to the general public

"Mosier's Raiders: The Story of LST-325"

Written by LST-325's Official Historian
David Bronson

Rated four stars in this Amazon review (excerpted):

"Well-researched through first-hand accounts, ship's logs and a myriad of other documents, this account brings us as close to the reality as the printed word possibly can.

"I can't help but describe this book as a tour de force fully on a par with John Bradley's 'Flags of Our Fathers' (the story of his father's participation in the Iwo Jima flag-raising).

"Since the ship participated in the invasions of Sicily, Salerno and Normandy (where it made dozens of round trips between England and Utah Beach), it not only provides real-life excitement but it is an absolute must-read."

$20.00 + S/H

"LST 325: Workhorse of the Waves & Evansville's War Machine"

From the Evansville Courier & Press

This picture-filled, vividly detailed 128-page book chronicles the esteemed history of the LST - a crucial link to our community's past. In addition, the book features information about World War II-era planes, tanks and munitions made in Evansville.

$24.95 + S/H


Personally autographed
by the author!

"The Whales of World War II"

Written by Robert Jagers

This fascinating and well-written book describes Mr. Jagers' experiences aboard LST 351 in the Amphibious Forces during World War II, including four invasions: Sicily, Salerno, Anzio and Normandy.  LST 325 and LST 351 shared three of those: Sicily, Salerno and Normandy.   It makes for some captivating reading!

$15.00 + S/H

"Invitation to Valhalla"

Written by Mike Whicker

Inspired by a true story, Invitation to Valhalla is an award winning “can’t put it down” 388 page novel about spy intrigue at the WW II Evansville LST shipyard.

Erika Lehmann, who is codenamed Lorelei after the siren of Germanic lore, is the English-speaking daughter of Hitler's old comrade and a member of the Führer's inner circle. She is beautiful, athletic, clever -- the epitome of Aryan womanhood -- and the Nazi's top spy. Sent to America , she'll stop at nothing to accomplish her mission, including masquerading as a Jew.

The year is 1942. At the U.S. Naval LST Shipyard in Evansville , Indiana , a Jewish metallurgist named Joseph Mayer is conducting top-secret experiments for the military. Life could not be better for Joe. He loves his job and he is dating a beautiful, young, Jewish woman...

*as with all the books listed here on the Ship’s Store or sold in the LST gift shop in Evansville, proceeds go to the USS LST Memorial. 

$22.95 + S/H


2011 Calendar

The 15 month  Calenders (Oct. 2010 thru Dec 2011). Call the office and order yours. Great gifts.

$12.00 + S/H

LST 325 Blue & Gold Pen

You'll be writing in style with this elegant garnet and gold LST 325 pen featuring a texturized sure-grip. 

$5 + S/H

Commemorative LST 325 Coffee Mug

Drink your Cup'a Joe from this beautiful Cobalt Blue LST 325 mug that reads:

LST MEMORIAL SHIP August 2000 Crete - Repairs start
CRETE TO USA October 2000 - Successful sea trial
2000-2001 November 14, 2000 - Departed Crete
(LST silhouette) January 10, 2001 - LST 325 sailed into
WWII Mobile, Alabama by a crew of
SICILY - SALERNO 29 veterans whose average age
NORMANDY was 72 years old.
$10 + S/H

Official LST Shot Glass

What better way to toast the LST 325 than with an "Official" LST 325 shot glass!

$5 + S/H

Projectile Necklace

This necklace is a standard WWII projectile M33 full metal jacket heavy machine gun round, 647 grain .50 cal., US Mil spec. projectile.

$11.50 + S/H

Projectile Necklace

This necklace is a standard 20 mm, US Mil spec. projectile.

$13.50 + S/H

Dog Tag Necklace

Available in five colors - blue, purple,red and black, measuring 2" x 1 1/2". Great gift for both young and old.

Blue, Purple, Red, or Black - $3.50 + S/H

LST 325 Silicone Bracelet

Silicone bracelets are all the rage. This bracelet features debossed stars and "LST 325". Wear it proudly!

$1.50 + S/H

LST 325 Magnet, Rectangular

Everybody needs refrigerator magnets!  For putting up the kids' pictures, grocery lists, appointments, recipes, you-name-it!  And that makes for a darned good reason to buy several of these!

$2 + S/H

Click here to view and print out an order form for ordering by mail (when finished, use your
browser's Back button to return to this page).  Many of these items can also be purchased on board the ship.

Thank you for your support!
Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.


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