BASIC MEMBERSHIP FEE
One-Time Fee: A one-time certification fee of $125.00 is asked for the first or Primary Applicant.
Families receive a discounted rate!! Individuals related to a Primary Applicant (defined as and limited to: brothers, sisters, and lineal descendants such as children, grandchildren, etc.) and submitted on the Primary Applicant's original application are a reduced Supplemental Membership fee of only $25.00 each.
Become a Charter Member: Receive this extra designation by a donation of at least $100 to the Society's Charter Fund - Available only during our Founding Decade, 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2020.
Qualifying Veteran: Identify the World War II veteran to be entered into the genealogical records of the Sons & Daughters of World War II Veterans.
I hereby present as a Qualifying Veteran of World War II:
Any man or woman who served in a Branch of the United States Armed Forces, being the United States Army,
United States Army Air Corps/Air Force, United States Navy, United States Marine Corps, United States Coast Guard and United States Merchant Marine, at any time during the period from 7 December 1941 to 31 December 1946.
*** For DATE fields on all forms - If you do not know exact dates, please put your best estimate. If you only know the mm/yyyy information, then please select the first day of the month (mm/01/yyyy). ***
(Proof for the dates of service is mandatory. It may be proven with a Report of Separation or other Military Records, Veterans Administration paperwork, Pension records, etc. Any optional information provided, including Branch of Service and Rank or Rating, also requires proof. Please number proof as Step 2.)
If you do not have digital copies, you can mail copies of proof and picture to: (Do Not send original print. The photograph/paperwork will not be returned)
The Sons & Daughters of World War II Veterans
The Admiral Nimitz Foundation
328 E. Main Street
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
* In spite of the surrender of Japan, the last Axis Power, on September 2, 1945, President Truman waited until December 31, 1946 to declare the formal end of hostilities. The World War II Victory Medal was awarded to all who served in the United States Armed Forces between 7 December 1941 and 31 December 1946.