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American Legion, Duane Ellsworth Post 129

Queen Creek, Arizona

Since our charter in 2005, our American Legion Post has been welcoming wartime veterans from all branches of our Armed Forces.   Since the recent eligibility changes made in 2019's LEGION ACT, more veterans are now eligible for Legion membership.   If you served at least one day of active duty since December 7, 1941, and have an honorable discharge, you are eligible for Legion membership.   Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country.   Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your Country and Community once again. 

We are looking for Veterans to join the Legion and help our post grow and be the pride of Arizona.   We are also looking for Sons, Daughters, Wives, and Grandchildren to join our Legion Family.   Let us know if you want to be a part of something larger than life, helping others.

Even though we don’t have a post home at this time, we are a very active post.   We support the Legion's youth programs by funding Boys State/Nation, and ALLECA.   Operation Wounded Veterans is a program run by our post to provide comfort items to wounded veterans and their families through the Fisher House in Tucson and other veteran services within the state.   We are always looking for new members and new ways to help our community.

We hold our meetings at the American Legion office inside the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce building on the third Saturday of the month at 9:00 am.   The office is also open from 5PM-6PM on Weekdays.  You are welcome to stop by then to sign up, renew or talk post business.
Mailing Address: American Legion Post 129, PO Box 671, Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Office Address: 22246 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Preable to the Constitution

To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America;
To maintain law and order;
To foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent Americanism;
To preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in all wars;
To inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nation;
To combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses;
To make right the master of might;
To promote peace and goodwill on earth;
To safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom and democracy;
To consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness.