Sons of Amvets/Membership Requirements

Yes, you can join the AMVETS threads. Many positions have AMVETS sons working closely with AMVETS members to support returning veterans. Eligibility for membership for AMVETS sons is limited to all male descendants, grandchildren, adopted sons and stepsons, fathers, husbands, widowers and brothers of AMVETS members and deceased AMVETS members or deceased staff who would have been eligible for membership in the parent organization, are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are not eligible for membership in the parent organization. This does not apply to in-laws of any kind. Certification of officials Election and installation Membership Forms Membership Reports Conferences and Conventions Benefits U.S. Life Income Most of our forms are in PDF format. Please download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader for best results. We, the sons of AMVETS (American Veterans), are fully aware of our responsibility to our parents, the community, the state and the nation and join forces for the following purposes: Combat Equipment Donation Qualification Checklist – VSO Yes, you can join AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary. The Ladies Auxiliary work closely with AMVETS posts to assist veterans. You don`t have to be a combat veteran to enlist.

All active and honorably discharged military personnel are eligible to become members of AMVETS. Leadership Technology Training 2020 – Word File (13 MB) To be eligible for AMVETS membership, you must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, after September 15, 1940. In addition, if you are not yet in service, your release must have taken place in honourable conditions. If you served as a U.S. citizen in the armed forces of an allied nation under honorable conditions between September. On May 15, 1940 and May 8, 1975, you are eligible, as are members of the merchant navy. Proof of eligibility may take the form of a DD-214, an honorable clearance certificate, or any other appropriate document. To obtain DD214 recordings online via the National Personal Records Center (NPRC) HERE.

The cornerstone of AMVETS membership is the local post office. Each AMVETS position, which ranges from 10 members to over 2,000 members, implements programs and activities related to the goals of the state and the national organization. However, membership is not limited to joining the AMVETS position in your hometown. In fact, there may not be a post there or you may not live nearby. In such cases, a person may choose to become a member. We also offer two membership categories, annual and lifetime, each with its own contribution structure. Information about eligibility and membership fees as well as membership applications can be found on our website or by email at In addition, our department`s head office will be happy to answer your questions about membership and call us at 1.989.821.1552.