The Sons of the American Legion
is an organization of men and boys who's parents or grandparents served their country
during times of war.

Being a member of the Sons of the American Legion gives those men an opportunity to
honor the service of their parents or grandparents by serving an important role in the
American Legion.

In order to be eligible for the Sons of the American Legion, you must be the son or
grandson of an American Legion Member or an eligible wartime veteran who is deceased.

If you meet the eligibility requirements above and are interested in joining please complete
an application and bring it to the post.

Click Here to view and print the Membership Application

If you are the son or grandson of an eligible wartime veteran who is deceased, it may be
necessary to obtain a copy of their DD-214 for proof of wartime military service.

A DD-214 can be obtained from the National Personnel Records Archives. Click here to
visit their web page

If you know you have a family member who makes you eligible and don't have any
surviving relatives who can help you obtain the records, resources such as Ancestry.com
or Myheritage.com are a  great place to start to find the necessary information.

Applications for membership can be brought to the American Legion and dropped in the
mail slot ot box (inside the legion) or emailed to the address below.

Questions about the application or membership process can be sent to
admin@djmlegion.com