Knox County & V2VT Vietnam War Commemoration Event


For more information, contact

Freddie J. Owens, President

Vet to Vet Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

Office 865-336-2624 Cell 865-405-6345

Vietnam War Commemoration Hero’s Welcome

Vet to Vet Tennessee and Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett will conduct a Vietnam War Commemoration (VWC) event on October 13, 2016 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the East Tennessee Veterans Memorial, located at 401 Henley Street, Knoxville, Tennessee.


This event will thank and honor Vietnam and Vietnam Era Veterans, who served during the period of November 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975, on behalf of the United States and to thank and honor the families of these Veterans.

A new Vietnam War Commemoration Certificate of Honor program will be launched during the event, and through it, we are honoring these groups:


1)  Former, living American Military Prisoners of War,

2)  Immediate family members of American military still unaccounted for from the Vietnam War,

3)  Immediate family members of a veteran listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., and

4)  Surviving spouses at the time of death

Mayor Tim Burchett will read a Presidential proclamation to honor all Veterans that served during this period.

Veterans from the surrounding counties are asked to join in the celebration and bring your spouse and family members.

The public is encouraged to attend.

To learn more about the Department of Defense Vietnam War Commemoration please visit their site by click here.

If you would like to schedule your own event at your organization or congregation please leave us message below or calling 865-336-2624.  All of our events are open to the public, if you can’t make the 13th, we have other events schedule; click here to view our V2VT VWC scheduled events.

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TNVHC website back online

Due to technical difficulties, our website went down on September 3, 2016 and did not return until 9-25-16. We are back online thanks to the technical support from V2VT’s new IT professionals at 2:45 Tech.  Jeremi was great!

However, all of the announcements, pages, photos and videos from January 1, 2016 to September 2, 2016 were lost due to human error; yes our webmaster.

We will try to retrieve as much information as possible and will post all recovered announcement on this announcement post.  9-26-16 will be the first announcement since the shutdown.  If you have any information, photos, etc. that you would like to share with us please email us at

During the next few weeks we redo all of the announcements information during 1-1-16 and 9-3-16; maybe without the photo.  All announcement will be temporarily listed on this page.

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1st Roane County Veterans Court Graduate

September 12, 2016, Roane County, Tennessee

This morning Brian Dunn, Roane County VSO, Holly Miller, 9th Judicial District DUI Coordinator, 9th Judicial District ADA Joe Caldwell, 9th Judicial District Veterans Court Mentor Coordinator Ed Junod and our justice involved Marine veteran, Zach Bishop met in the Roane County Courthouse.  After successfully completing the Helen Ross McNabb Military Services Center treatment program and Vet to Vet TN Veterans Court program, Zach appeared before Judge Terry Stevens and graduated.Semper Fi.

Mr. Bishop is currently back into college and is eager to continue to improve his readjustment from the war zone to the home and loves being back in college.  Zach’s step father was present during the proceedings and was very grateful to the Veterans Court program and how it has changed his son future.

We are very proud of the Tennessee 9th Judicial District having their 10th veteran to graduate in a little over a year.  This is a huge milestone for the 9th Judicial District.

Click here to read the current newsletter current newsletter from the Montgomery County Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) which is one of the 1st VTCs in Tennessee.  They have announced they had 11 VTC graduates.  Congratulations MCVTC for another great year.  None of this would be possible without the hard work and drive of the graduates and the leadership and guidance from the Veterans Court team.  Thank you.

Thanks to all of you for your continued service and sacrifice to our veterans, their families and the community.  If your community is interested in starting a Veterans Court/Track or want to become a Veterans Court mentor or just need support, please contact us at 865-336-2624 or leave us a message below.