Air Force 60th anniversary concert scheduled

Release Number: 052407

60th Anniversary Commemoration Coin.  Image is 4x4 inches @ 240 ppi.  This image was developed to capture the theme of the AF 60th Anniversary -“Heritage to Horizons: Commemorating 60 Years of Air and Space Power”.  The early release of this logo is intended for planning purposes in preparation for the kick off in Oct '06.  The official release/use of the AF 60th logo will begin October 14, 2006 by order of the CSAF.  Use of the logo is generally unrestricted within the Air Force and may/should be used on a variety of items including:  Letterhead, Briefings, Folders and Sales Promotional Items (Stickers, Shirts, Mugs, Patches, Coins…)  The Air Force retains trademark rights to the LOGO.  If anyone outside the AF wants to use the logo contact Mr. Harry Lupuloff, via email at Harry.Lupuloff@pentagon.af.mil or call 703-588-5090.

60th Anniversary Commemoration Coin. Image is 4x4 inches @ 240 ppi. This image was developed to capture the theme of the AF 60th Anniversary -“Heritage to Horizons: Commemorating 60 Years of Air and Space Power”. The early release of this logo is intended for planning purposes in preparation for the kick off in Oct '06. The official release/use of the AF 60th logo will begin October 14, 2006 by order of the CSAF. Use of the logo is generally unrestricted within the Air Force and may/should be used on a variety of items including: Letterhead, Briefings, Folders and Sales Promotional Items (Stickers, Shirts, Mugs, Patches, Coins…) The Air Force retains trademark rights to the LOGO. If anyone outside the AF wants to use the logo contact Mr. Harry Lupuloff, via email at Harry.Lupuloff@pentagon.af.mil or call 703-588-5090.

60th Anniversary Commemoration Logo.  Image is 4x4 inches @ 300 ppi.  The logo was developed to capture the theme of the AF 60th Anniversary -“Heritage to Horizons: Commemorating 60 Years of Air and Space Power”.  The early release of this logo is intended for planning purposes in preparation for the kick off in Oct '06.  The official release/use of the AF 60th logo will begin October 14, 2006 by order of the CSAF.  Use of the logo is generally unrestricted within the Air Force and may/should be used on a variety of items including:  Letterhead, Briefings, Folders and Sales Promotional Items (Stickers, Shirts, Mugs, Patches, Coins…)  The Air Force retains trademark rights to the LOGO.  If anyone outside the AF wants to use the logo contact Mr. Harry Lupuloff, via email at Harry.Lupuloff@pentagon.af.mil or call 703-588-5090.

60th Anniversary Commemoration Logo. Image is 4x4 inches @ 300 ppi. The logo was developed to capture the theme of the AF 60th Anniversary -“Heritage to Horizons: Commemorating 60 Years of Air and Space Power”. The early release of this logo is intended for planning purposes in preparation for the kick off in Oct '06. The official release/use of the AF 60th logo will begin October 14, 2006 by order of the CSAF. Use of the logo is generally unrestricted within the Air Force and may/should be used on a variety of items including: Letterhead, Briefings, Folders and Sales Promotional Items (Stickers, Shirts, Mugs, Patches, Coins…) The Air Force retains trademark rights to the LOGO. If anyone outside the AF wants to use the logo contact Mr. Harry Lupuloff, via email at Harry.Lupuloff@pentagon.af.mil or call 703-588-5090.

The Air National Guard Band of the Smoky Mountains is stationed at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base near Knoxville, Tenn. The band is the official musical ambassador for the Tennessee Air National Guard.  The mission of the band is to support military and civilian functions; to perform at activities involving Department of Defense community relations projects; and, to support local Air Force and Air National Guard recruiting. The band has performed for the Air Force Thunderbirds, the Navy Blue Angels, numerous State of Tennessee Governors Inaugural Ceremonies, as well as civilian and military performances in 21 states, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.  The ability to offer a wide variety of musical programming is a source of great pride for this premiere unit of the Tennessee Air National Guard.  Concerts typically include traditional concert band pieces, military marches, patriotic selections, jazz, rock and country western selections.

The Air National Guard Band of the Smoky Mountains is stationed at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base near Knoxville, Tenn. The band is the official musical ambassador for the Tennessee Air National Guard. The mission of the band is to support military and civilian functions; to perform at activities involving Department of Defense community relations projects; and, to support local Air Force and Air National Guard recruiting. The band has performed for the Air Force Thunderbirds, the Navy Blue Angels, numerous State of Tennessee Governors Inaugural Ceremonies, as well as civilian and military performances in 21 states, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. The ability to offer a wide variety of musical programming is a source of great pride for this premiere unit of the Tennessee Air National Guard. Concerts typically include traditional concert band pieces, military marches, patriotic selections, jazz, rock and country western selections.


In honor of the Air Force's 60th anniversary, the Air National Guard Band of the Smoky Mountains will perform at Security Federal Savings Bank West Lawn in downtown McMinnville, Tenn., Wed., June 27 from 6-8 p.m. 

This performance is free and open to the public. 

The Air National Guard Band of the Smoky Mountains is located at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base near Knoxville, Tenn. The band is the official musical ambassador for the Tennessee Air National Guard. 

Concerts typically include traditional concert band pieces, military marches, patriotic selections, jazz, rock and country western selections. 

The band has performed for the Air Force Thunderbirds, the Navy Blue Angels, numerous State of Tennessee Governors Inaugural Ceremonies, as well as civilian and military performances in 21 states, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. 

For more information, contact Arnold Engineering Development Center Public Affairs at 931-454-4204, or Main Street McMinnville at 931-506-5335.