QUESTIONS ABOUT THE H.E.A.L PROGRAM?
Listen to AMVETS Radio #57 and the
National Chief Medical Executive
Lana N. McKenzie answer questions.
This is our Tennessee State pin. The five battlefield crosses represent the five military members who were killed by a terrorist in Chattanooga on July 16, 2016. Remember the fallen represent all of the military members who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
June 7-10, 2018
Department of Tennessee Convention
LATEST AMVETS TENNESSEE NEWS
Special recognition goes to Hank Wentworth who received the coveted Horses Ass Award! Way to go Hank!
AMVETS Post 22 recently conducted a Flagpole Dedication Ceremony at Cloverhill Senior Living Facility in Maryville.
A Flagpole was dedicated along with an American flag. Local congressional representatives were there along with the Mayor. The Post honored the veteran residents of the facility with a hand salute and patriotic hat.
New State Judge Advocate Jim Ferguson is being sworn into office….
by Daniel Koob State Commander of Tennessee AMVETS. Congratulations Jim!
AMVETS Post 1776 members standing honor guard in front of the Vietnam memorial wall…
That lists the names of all military members who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending our country. Commander Ron Bottomly, Jim Ferguson and Michael Jackson standing duty. May these military members never be forgotten!!!
Department of Tennessee AMVETS presented a $2000 check to St. Judes Hospital…
in recognition of the outstanding work done by the hospital in caring for the children of the world. Pictured are Alex Fountain, St. Judes Representative, State Commander Daniel Koob and Public Relations Officer Gordon Mikitka.
At the National 3rd District Meeting
of AMVETS in Alexandria Louisiana
With Richard Holt 2nd Vice Commander of the Department of Tennessee AMVETS, National Commander of AMVETS Marion Polk and State Commander of Tennessee AMVETS Daniel Koob. Please Stand and respect our American flag and our country!!!
The fallen soldier memorial
at Alexandria Louisiana.
State Commander of Tennessee AMVETS Daniel Koob and 2nd Vice Commander of the Department of Tennessee AMVETS Richard Holt pay tribute to our fallen military. As American citizens we can never forget the ultimate sacrifice that our military has paid for the freedoms that we all enjoy!
NEW TN AMVETS POST
Highland AMVETS Post #44 in Cookeville, TN
Commander Jason Murphy gets his charter.
AMVETS, which is also known as American Veterans, is the largest and oldest veterans service organization that is open to and fights for all veterans and their families.
AMVETS Mission Statement: To enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live through leadership, advocacy and services.