NOTICE:

MEMBERSHIP ROSTERS ARE DUE FROM COMPANY COMMANDERS BY MARCH 1, 2019. THE COST IS $10 PER PERSON OR $25 PER FAMILY OF 3 OR MORE. SUBMIT YOUR INFORMATION AND MONEY DIRECTLY TO YOUR COMPANY COMMANDER.

Membership in the Union Army

Application for Personal Membership
This application is intended for use by new members who have not been a member of the Union Army of the West before. Individuals who are not members of another organization may submit this application to the Vice President of Membership. (Contact the VP prior to submission for further details and instructions.)
Application for Personal Membership pdf.[...]
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Application for Unit Membership
This application is intended for use by new units seeking membership within the Union Army of the west, Inc. Organizations seeking membership must first contact the Vice President of Membership. (Contact the VP prior to submission for further details and instructions.)
Application for Unit Membership.pdf
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Interested in joining the Union Army as a re-enactor? We would love for you to join. There are multiple options for you to consider before joining. You could portray a civillian during the 1860's, or a soldier with the Cavalry, Artillery, or Infantry. or, your entire family could join and be a combination of soldiers and civillians. There are many possibilities, and each branch offers something different. And if you are unsure which branch to join, click here to send a form on our contacts page to learn more about which branch would suit you best.

Cavalry

During the Civil War, the Cavalry was a fast, skilled fighting force that acted as the eyes of the rest of the army, watching the enemies movements, and attcking them, while relaying the intelligence to the army. Today, we are no different. Our Cavalry force is an elite fighting group, that moves fast and strikes hard. Whether it's horse mounted, or dismounted troops, we can deliver a blow to the enemy quick. For more information, please contact one of our Representatives.

Infantry

The Infantry was, and is, the main fighting force in the army. With the most men and the most units, the Infantry is the body of the army, and the essance of the Civil War itself. Even though they aren't as fast, their strength is unquestionably what makes the army the massive force it is. For more information, please contact one of our Representatives.

Artillery

The heavy-hitters of the army, the artillery is the big guns of the Union Army of the West, literally. With Cannons and Howitzers as the tools of the trade, the artillery forms the protection and long range striking power that the army lacks. Artillery crews utalize their weapons to do the most damage to the enemies troops, fortifications, and position. For more information, please contact one of our Representatives..

Medical

Perhaps one of the greatest strides in medicine in American history occured during the Civil War. Changes in organizations and innovations in surgery and health care were numerous and dramatic. Many people legendary Americans people found their voices during the war, and ushered in great social changes after it's end. From strecher bearers to nurses and doctors, men, women, and children can find a valid, authentic role in the Union Army of the West's vibrant hospital impressions! For more information, please contact one of our Representatives.

Save the Union!

The time has come!

Defend your homeland, fight for what is right, and bring liberty and justice to the south! It is time for you to join the Union Army! Recrutment stations are available at any of our calendar events. Join the Cavalry, Infantry, Artillery, Band or an Auxillary. Don't just sit there, join the fight now!

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