The name and emblem of The American Legion are registered service marks in the U.S. Trademark Office and are protected by criminal and civil enforcement provisions of federal law (18 U.S.C.S 705 and 36 U.S.C.SS 44 and 48). By authority of May 2005 Resolution Number 11, the National Adjutant or his designated representative (Director, American Legion Emblem Sales), may grant limited permission to use the name and emblem in accordance with Resolution Number 11, other Resolutions and U.S. Trademark Law. In order to gain permission for limited use of the name or emblem, complete the form below.
Any permission given will be granted on a one-time basis for a given quantity. Additional orders will require new authority and the manufacturer must not produce more items than that being ordered. Permission will be given with the caveat that all material used will specifically identify the Post. If the merchandise requested is available through American Legion Emblem Sales, you will receive a quote for the merchandise or a one-time limited permission. If the merchandise is not available through American Legion Emblem Sales, you will receive a one-time limited permission or denial of permission. You may purchase directly from approved American Legion licensees, or their retail outlets. To view a list of current approved licenses of The American Legion, visit http://emblem.legion.org.