Military Reunions in Knoxville

Knoxville, Tennessee takes great pride in the continuous support it shows our military and veterans – and it shows. In recent years, Knoxville has been named Most Patriotic City in America. The city received national attention when it was chosen to host the 2014 Medal of Honor Convention. Since that time, a number of Medal of Honor recipients have returned to Knoxville, citing the overwhelming hospitality they experienced.

Knoxville is home to the East Tennessee Veterans Memorial, Honor Air and one of the largest Veterans Day parades in the nation. Unit Commanders from Knoxville’s 14 local Guard and Reserve Units tell us they wish other cities showed the support Knoxville shows.

We invite you to tour numerous Civil War sites and historic homes, spend time at the East Tennessee History Center and experience our genuine hospitality first hand.

Knoxville would be Honored to Host Your Next Reunion

“Our members rated Knoxville as the best FAM we’ve had in quite a few years, and we do them annually.”

Ron Ward
Americal Division Veterans Association, 23rd Infantry Division


"Thank you for your hospitality and service for our reunion. Your attention to detail and devotion to making sure everything was great is to be commended. You went above the call of duty to insure our reunion was a memorable one. This will go down in our history as one of the best reunions we have had. Job well done!"

Don Kelby
Executive Director, National 4th Infantry Division Associatio

Scenes of Patriotism