Oro Valley Post 132 Sons of the American Legion (SAL)
SAL Mission and Eligibility
- Honor the military service and sacrifice of a parent or grandparent
- Support American Legion programs that benefit veterans and their families and that promote American traditions and values. The SAL is a chartered program of The American Legion
- Eligibility: Males of any age whose parent, step parent or grandparent served in the U.S. military during a time of war or conflict
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Founded in 1932, the SAL’s mission is to honor the military service and sacrifice of the parents and grandparents of its members. Together, members of the American Legion, the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Sons of The American Legion make up what is known as the Legion Family. All three organizations place high importance on preserving American traditions and values, caring for veterans and their families in need and advocating for our military, for our veterans and for a strong America.
Eligibility for the squadron is for males of all ages having a parent or grandparent (natural or step) who is a member of The American Legion or in case they are deceased, having served honorably during a period of war or conflict. Legion members may hold dual membership in an SAL Squadron and a Legion Post.
An SAL Squadron is under the auspices of the local Legion Post. Members do, however, draft their own constitution/bylaws, elect officers, decide on which American Legion programs and activities they will focus, do their own fundraising and make financial donations as approved by membership.