Membership Eligibility for Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary: 

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary – National Constitution:

Article III: Eligibility for Membership

Section 1: Any person who is eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans is also eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 2: The family and extended family members of any person (or any deceased person) eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans, are eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 3: The family and extended family members of any person injured and may still be in active service in the armed forces of the United States of America and eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans, are eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 4: The family and extended family members of any person who served with the armed forces of any nation associated with the United States of America as an ally, was honorably discharged, and became an American citizen, are eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 5: The family and extended family members of any person who has served in the armed forces of the United Stats of America and has not been dishonorably discharged or separated from such service are eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 6: The family and extended family of Auxiliary members who are not otherwise eligible for membership are eligible for membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.

Section 7: Any member in good standing and eligible for membership in both the parent organization and the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary shall be eligible to vote, hold an elected or appointed office and/or chairmanship in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary when not holding an elected or appointed office and/or chairmanship in the Disabled American Veterans.