The Patriotic Order Sons of America founded in 1847 is one of America's oldest patriotic and fraternal societies still in existence. We invite all native-born or naturalized American male citizens, 16 years and older, who believe in their country and its institutions, who desire to perpetuate free government, and who wish to encourage a brotherly feeling among Americans, to the end that we may exalt our country, to join with us in our work of fellowship and love.
The Patriotic Order Sons of America was organized December 10, 1847 to preserve the Public School System, The Constitution of the United States, and our American way of life. It was incorporated by an Act of the Pennsylvania State Legislature, February 27, 1867.
"Next to love for the Creator, we believe that Patriotism is one of the
highest and noblest affections of the human soul."
Our Motto: God, Our Country, Our Order
Welcome to the P.O.S. of A. Website
Mission Statement of the Patriotic Order Sons of America:
We support and pledge to defend the Constitution of the United States and the rights of every citizen to enjoy the liberties set forth in that document. To that end, we encourage the preservation of historic landmarks for the benefit of present and future patriots, so that they may never forget the sacrifices of our founding fathers and the patriots who continue to serve and defend this great nation. We also support the education of all citizens and teach respect and proper care of the American Flag.
Patriotic Order Sons of America Officers President Dan Dailey, Vice President Larry Eckert, and Chairman of the Trustees Larry Graeff, and National Secretary Don Borkey present a new American Flag to Washington Memorial Chapel's priest Karl Krueger on Sunday, September 30, 2018 .
Good Evening, Stan and members of the Patriotic Order Sons of America:
Thank you for sharing this memorable event on your National Website.
The POSofA has been a great friend of the Chapel, and we are delighted to welcome you "home" every September. Please know that the flag you presented on Sunday will be flying on the flagpole in front of our church. That means it will fly across the street from the Grand Parade at Valley Forge Park. It was here that the Washington marched his troops during the winter of 1777-78.
Because of their dedication and sacrifice we enjoy freedom.
It came at a cost, and the Patriotic Order Sons of America and Washington Memorial Chapel are committed to remembering their valor.
Again many thanks and blessings.
The National Camp officers want to Wish all Happy Holidays