Sons of the AL

Auxiliary

American Legion

American Legion Riders

Eligible American Legion Post, Auxiliary and Sons members who are interested in joining AL Riders Chapter 218 can check the eligibility on the Riders page.  

Women are eligible to join the American Legion Auxiliary if they are the mother, wife, daughter, sister, grand-daughter, great-grand-daughter or grandmother of members of the American Legion, and deceased veterans who served on active duty in the United States Armed Forces between April 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918 and from Dec. 7, 1941, to a time to be later determined. Women veterans and servicemembers are eligible to Join the auxiliary regardless of whether she is a member of the American Legion. However, eligibility of her female relatives (sister, mother, direct descendants) depends upon her membership in The American Legion.

Meet the Eligibility Requirements?

Interested in joining

The AMERICAN LEGION POST 218 family? 

If you are currently on active duty, serving the United States honorably, anywhere in the world, or have served honorably, we invite you to become a member of the American Legion.


National Guard and Reservists who have been Federally activated, including basic training, also meet the eligibility requirements. For more information on National Guard and Reservist eligibility, click here. 


The LEGION Act recently was passed to include veterans from the beginning of World War II–Dec. 7, 1941–to a time to be later determined. 


Membership applications are being updated, but may still be used. Prospective Legionnaires and recruiters may write "LEGION Act" in the eligibility date section. 

American Legion Post 218

1007 East Third Street Washington, Missouri                                        636-239-4363

American Legion Eligibility

Sons of the American Legion

Riders

All male descendants, adopted sons and stepsons of members of the American Legion, and such male descendents of veterans who died in service during any time from April 6, 1917, to Nov. 11, 1918, and from Dec. 7, 1941, to a time to be later determined or who died subsequent to their honorable discharge from such service.  

American Legion Auxiliary