Applications for membership are available at our Post Home. Applications must be submitted with proof of eligibility, such as a copy of Discharge, DD214, or Current Military ID. If you do not have this information, military record request forms are available to receive a copy to prove eligibility.
To be eligible for The American Legion, a man or woman must have served at least one day of active duty in one of the armed forces of the United States during one of the following eligibility eras.
- World War I April 6th, 1917-November 11th, 1918
- World War II December 7th, 1941 – December 31st, 1946
- World War II, Merchant Marines (only eligibility) December 7th, 1941- August 15th, 1945
- Korean War June 25th, 1950 – January 31st, 1955
- Viet Nam War February 28th, 1961 – May 7th, 1975
- Grenada/Lebanon August 24th, 1982 – July , 1984
- Panama December 20th, 1989 – January 31st, 1990
- Persian Gulf August 2nd, 1990 to cessation of hostilities
To be eligible for The Sons of The American Legion, a male must have a Father, Step-Father, Grandfather, or Great Grandfather, who must have served at least one day of active duty in one of the armed forces of the United States during one of the above eligibility eras.
To be eligible for The American Legion Women’s Auxiliary: A female can be both a Legion member and an Auxiliary member. Otherwise, the wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and direct and adopted female descendants of a member of the American Legion or grandmothers, mothers, sisters, wives and direct and adopted female descendants of all men and woman who were in the Armed Forces of the United States during any of the eligible periods and died in the line of duty during such service or who, having received an Honorable Discharge, dies after service.