Kappa Alpha Order

Military Division
of the Order

KA recognizes brothers that are currently serving, honorably discharged, or retired from the U.S. Armed Forcesmilitary_pin

MILITARY DIVISION APPLICATION FORM

Throughout the formation and history of Kappa Alpha Order, there have been numerous links between our Order and military service. Our founders, two of whom had completed service in the Civil War, looked to the Knights Templar for the Order’s values and guiding principles.

Connect with other brothers serving around the world. Check out www.facebook.com/militarydivisionKA.

Also, you can search for all brothers to see where they may be living. Just log into goKA today. Click register for access and enter your first, last names, INITIATION YEAR, and chapter.

Since our founding, thousands of our brothers have served in the United States Armed Forces, many being highly decorated for their honor and service. This honor is available to brothers in good standing that are either currently serving, retired, or have been honorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy). Brothers would be publicly recognized by receiving the Official Military Division of Kappa Alpha Order lapel pin and certificate.

To receive recognition into the Military Division of Kappa Alpha Order, please fill out this form, or mail, fax (540) 463-2140, or email the Military Division Application 10.18.2013, then send payment (check or credit card can be taken over the phone), to the attention of Foundation Assistant Becky Moore (bmoore@ka-order.org), PO Box 1865, Lexington,Virginia 24450.

At the 73rd Convention in 2009 in Washington D.C., Knight Commander J. Michael Duncan announced the formation of the Military Division of Kappa Alpha Order. Visit the Kappa Alpha Order Flickr site to view pictures of the first group of brothers that were recognized during Convention.

Recognition Pin:  The Military Division of Kappa Alpha Order lapel pin features the Maltese Cross, utilizing KA’s colors crimson and old gold, has 8 points in the cross, which symbolize the chivalric virtues of loyalty, piety, frankness, bravery, glory and honor, contempt of death, helpfulness towards the poor and sick, and respect for the church.

This is an image of the recognition certificate.