Honoring those who came before and serving those who remain.
Honor and celebrate our nation's heroes.
Nashville’s premier Memorial Day event is back! Join hundreds of community leaders as we honor remarkable moments of bravery and sacrifice from our military members and first responders here in Nashville. This week long event exists to remind us all what truly makes America special. Tickets and sponsorships available now.
The withdrawal from Afghanistan, COVID-19, the downtown explosion – the last two years have been like none other for Nashville. But through it all, a redeeming force has been at work: our veterans and first responders. Let’s honor, remember and serve those who make our city a great place to live, work and play.
A YEAR OF TRAUMA,
MET BY A
TRIBE OF HEROES
They answered the call for us. Now it’s time to do the same for them.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Wednesday, May 25 – Family Honor Day
Help restore patriotism and a spirit of selfless service this year by inviting families to participate in Family Honor Day. Simply download an Honor Week children’s activity packet below and teach the next generation to love America as much as you do. Get your child’s school, Sunday school class or even soccer team together for a fun-filled reminder of the important role that our first responders and veterans hold in the well being of our nation.
The Honor Week Dinner brings corporate and community leaders together to honor remarkable moments of bravery and sacrifice in our community. We’ll hear from our keynote speaker and will present a Gold Star family with the Josh Byers "Keep Moving Forward" award. An individual who has demonstrated courage and selflessness in the face of trials will be recognized with the “Extraordinary Service Medal.” Guests will be invited to donate to provide trauma healing for combat veterans and first responders.
Rocketown - 601 4th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37210
Friday, May 27 – Encouragement Day
The best way to honor the fallen is to serve those who are still with us. On Encouragement Day, everyone is invited to write notes of encouragement to military and first responder families in our community. These notes will be distributed to REBOOT military and first responder healing course participants to let them know they aren’t forgotten or alone. You can offer hope with just a few supportive words. Get your whole company, church, or neighborhood involved!
If you are unable to attend but would like to donate today, please click below or mail checks to REBOOT Recovery, PO Box 381, Pleasant View, TN 37146.
— SPEAKERS & DISTINGUISHED GUESTS —
Steven Curtis Chapman
CW5 Doug Englen (ret.)
Steven Curtis Chapman is the most awarded artist in Christian music history with 59 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, five GRAMMYs®, an American Music Award, 49 No. 1 singles, selling more than eleven million albums and with ten RIAA-certified gold or platinum albums to his credit.
A veteran with 26 years of service, including ten years in Special Operations with the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. As a nationally sought after leadership trainer, he has executed effective team building and leadership training for professional sports teams, including NFL and NHL clubs.
One of the most highly decorated helicopter pilots in the word, Doug Englen has been awarded 2 Silver Star Medals, Legion of Merit, 3 Distinguished Flying Cross Medals, 2 Bronze Star Medals and has led many well known missions.
SGT. Bryan Flanery (ret.)
Congressman Dr. Mark Green
Adam Davis is a former law enforcement officer, FBI-trained hostage negotiator, best-selling author and life changing speaker. Adam’s work has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Fox News, Huffington Post and more.
Bryan Flanery is an American hero and national speaker. After being injured in Afghanistan, Bryan suffers numerous injuries that lead to eight major surgeries by the age of 28. Bryan currently serves as the regional director for the suicide prevention network.
Congressman Dr. Mark Green is a successful business leader, decorated combat veteran, ER physician and US Congressman. As a Night Stalker, his most memorable mission was the capture of Saddam Hussein.
All funds raised will benefit REBOOT Recovery. With over 13,000 graduates spanning 40 states and seven countries since 2011, REBOOT’s trauma healing courses are bringing hope and restoration to military and first responder families nationwide.