A Minor Member is an
individual under 18 years of age.
Persons aged 16-17 may join if accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or
sponsor. The parent or guardian must be a WW2 USO-Stateside
Operations member or inductee or the individual can be sponsored by
any willing, non-family WW2 USO-Stateside Operations Senior Member. The Parent,
guardian or WW2 Senior Member sponsor must be at all events the
minor member attends and is responsible and liable for any and all
actions of the minor. Under no circumstances will the minor, age
16-17, be allowed at events without their parent, guardian or WW2
USO Senior Member sponsor. Individuals aged 16-17 must be WWII HRS
members in good standing. However, they will be considered
Minor Members of WW2 USO - Stateside Operations.
In compliance with HRS by-laws, persons under the age of 16 are not
allowed Regular individual membership in the World War Two HRS, Inc.
The only option for HRS membership is under a Family Membership and
in accordance with HRS by-laws individuals under the age of 16 years
must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all events.
They will be considered a Minor Member of WW2 USO -
Stateside Operations, and the parent or guardian must be a WW2
USO-Stateside Operations member or Inductee. The parent or guardian
must be at all events the minor member attends and is responsible
and liable for any and all actions of the minor. Under no
circumstances will the minor, under 16 years old, be allowed at
events without their parent or guardian.
Will be promoted to Inductee
status upon turning 18 years of age.
retain probationary membership status regardless of hours
earned at approved events.
All new members 18 years and older
will have the rank of Inductee.
Junior members are unit members in
good standing that have successfully completed their Inductee Period
and have not yet earned enough hours to be promoted to Senior
Member. Once the minimum number of earned hours for Senior
Membership is reached, the Senior Members will vote annually to
promote Junior Members to Senior Member status.
Senior members are unit members in
good standing that have earned a minimum of 250 hours of service and
have demonstrated outstanding dedication to and leadership within the
Inductees and Junior Members may
not represent the unit at any event without a Senior Member present
for the duration of the event.
Past Members may rejoin the unit
at the same rank as when they left at the discretion of the Senior
Members and upon meeting the Unit's Criteria for Membership.