Welcome to The American Legion Hale-Combest Post 315 Wylie, Texas!

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help, and community service organization which now numbers approximately 2 million men and women in more than 12,000 American Legion Posts worldwide. These Posts are organized into 55 Departments one each for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico, and the Philippines.

The American Legion has its headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, with offices in Washington, D.C. In addition to thousands of volunteers, serving in leadership and program implementation capacities from the communities to the Legion’s standing national commissions and committees, the national organization has a professional staff of about 250 employees.

Eligibility Requirements for American Legion Membership

Membership Requirements An individual is eligible for membership in The American Legion only if the individual –

(1) has served in the Armed Forces of

(A) the United States at any time during – (i) the period of April 6, 1917, through November 11, 1918; or (ii) any time after December 7, 1941; or

(B) a government associated with the United States Government during a period or time referred to in subsection (A) of this section and was a citizen of the United States when the individual entered that service; and

(2) was honorably discharged or separated from that service or continues to serve honorably during or after that period or time; provided, however, that such service shall have been terminated by honorable discharge or honorable separation, or continued honorably during or after any of said periods; provided, further, that no person shall be entitled to membership who, being in such service during any of said periods, refused on conscientious, political or other grounds to subject themselves to military discipline or unqualified service.

For information about the post, send an email to info@wylielegion.org

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