Comments/Local Contact Info
Air Force Association Website
Gen Bruce K. Holloway Chapter
Steve Dillenburg, President:
Air Force ROTC at the University of Tennessee
Det 800, USAF ROTC
215 Stokely Athletic Center University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996-3120 Voice (865) 974-3041
MARK J. FARLEY, Capt, USAF
Recruiting Flight Commander
Assistant Professor, Aerospace Studies
AFROTC Detachment 800, University of Tennessee
203 Stokely Athletic Center
Knoxville TN 37996-3120
Work: (865) 974-0729
Cell: (931) 260-3483
Fax: (865) 974-6548
AFSA Chapter 479
Meets 2nd Thursday at 11:00 AM
at the McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base Dining Facility
AFSA is the Air Force enlisted organization dedicated to the people behind the stripes. We are all enlisted grades of Air Force Active Duty, ANG and AFRC, retired, veteran and family members. We are the men and women who have a long and rich heritage of being the force behind the high-tech machinery, of being well-educated decision makers, of being the people who make procurement recommendations and of being the people who work on systems and platforms and assisting in research and development. We are the people who have invested their lives in the cause of freedom in America.
POC - Bruce D. Damrow
President, Chapter 479
2044 Stonybrook Rd
Louisville TN 37777
American Legion - Post 2
Meets First Monday at 1800 each month- - Ruggles Ferry Pike and Ashville Hwy
Post Officers for 2011-2012
Commander: Bob Dewald firstname.lastname@example.org 865 671-0339
1st Vice Commander: Ken Irvine
2nd Vice Commander: Leland Price
Adjutant: Marvin Tuggle
Marine Corps League
Lt. Alexander Bonnyman
Detachment No. 924
Meets Monthly - Last Tuesday at 1800 - Naval marine Corps Reserve Training Center, Alcoa Hwy
National Web site: Marine Corps League
Laimon W. Godel, Jr.
ETVMA - East Tennessee Veterans Memorial Association
To Honor Those Who Served. . .
To Remember Those Who Fell. . .
To Teach the Values of Freedom. . .
P.O. Box 3714
Knoxville TN 37927
MOAA Military Officers Association of America
An independent, nonprofit, politically nonpartisan organization, MOAA is operated exclusively to benefit members of the uniformed services — active duty, former and retired, National Guard and Reserve — and their families and survivors. MOAA is dedicated to preserving their earned entitlements and to maintaining a strong national defense. Six out of 10 retired officers belong to MOAA, as do more than 30,000 active duty officers.
Current newsletter - APRIL 2006
Chapter Name: East Tennessee Chapter
Address: PO Box 24074
City/State/Zip: Knoxville, TN 37933-2074
Contact Name: Edwin Whiting
Office Phone: (865)675-5975
Meeting Time: 3d Fri night;Dec 2nd Fri,Jan/Jun-none
Meeting Place: Various restaurants/clubs
Website: East Tennessee Chapter
MOWW - The Military Order of the World Wars
Knoxville Chapter Commander -
J. Nolan Sharbel, Attorney
Attorney Closing Services
108 Durwood Road, Suite B
Knoxville, Tennessee 37922
(865)694-4111 / FAX 531-2026
Meets 2nd Wednesday
Rothchilds Catering Center
11:00 - 12:00 Lunch and socializing. Lunch comprising salad, soup, sandwich, dessert, and drink is $12.00 including tax.
12:00 - 13:00 Chapter meeting
NAUS (National Assoc for Uniformed Services) Upper East Tennessee Chapter TN-1
NAUS is a Washington DC based national military association of all ranks and services with goals aligned with many of the other similar military associations. Their main thrust is lobbying Congress in military associated affairs.
Locally our members meet for lunch at 11:30 the third Tuesday of each month in a private room at the dining facility at McGhee Tyson ANG Base.
Our main objectives are to develop and support activities which will promote the general well being of members of the uniformed services and their families and to educate community, business and political leaders on the military.
We invite a speaker to each meeting to discuss topics of general interest to our membership. We invite you to join us.
President Tony Newton 865-988-1745
V/President Andy Higginbotham 865-693-5343
V/President David Taylor 865-970-2827
NRA - Naval Reserve Association
Admiral D. G. Farragut
CDR William D. Graf, SC, USNR
POC - Cliff Willis
John H. Woodard, Jr.
Knox County Records Management
1000 N. Central Street
Knoxville, TN 37917
Phone: 865-215-5661 (daytime) FAX: 865-215-5665 E-mail:
The mission of Operation: Military Kids is to support deployed National Guard, Reserve, and Active Duty service members’ children living in communities across the country by:
Creating networks of people, organizations, and other resources to support children and youth in military families, in the communities where they live.
Delivering a wide range of recreational, social, and educational programs for military youth living in civilian communities.
Operation: Military Kids Coordinator
2621 Morgan Circle
205 Morgan Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996
Reserve Officers Association
POC - Phil Reichle
Rolling Thunder (R) Inc's major function is to publicize the POW/MIA issue. To educate the public of the fact that many American Prisoners of war were left behind after all wars. Join us on Memorial Day week end for the "Ride to the Wall" in Washington DC
POC: Clay Tumlin - President 865-256-8972 - email@example.com
OR Jack Alman - Vice President - 865-675-6594 - firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet every 4th Monday (Excluding December) at the Moose Lodge, near Calahan and I 75.
Moose Lodge 1560
6903 Mundal Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37918
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Department of Tennessee
Smoky Mountain Volunteer Post 1733
734 N. 4th Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37917
Commander: Steven E. Holt
Quartermaster: Gus Johnson
Meets the 2nd Monday of the Month - 7:00 p.m.
Women Marines Association
Rocky Top Chapter TN-1
Rocky Top Chapter, WMA, meets quarterly. We usually meet at a members home or restaurant where we conduct our business and enjoy each others company.
Check out our website for time and location of next meeting/event.
P.O. Box 20229
Knoxville, TN 37940
Lt Alexander Bonnyman Unit of the Young Marines
The Young Marines program is open to all boys and girls ages 8 through completion of high school who are in good standing at school. Since the Young Marines’ humble beginnings, in 1958, with one unit and a handful of boys, the organization has grown to over 240 units with 10,000 boys and girls and 3,000 adult volunteers in 46 states and the District of Columbia. We also has units in Germany, Japan and affiliates in a host of other countries.