AMERI*CON FREEDOM FORWARD, is a non-profit, veteran owned and operated charity dedicated to providing a wide range of support to service members.
AMERI*CON was established to ensure every service member receives the support they need, the opportunities they deserve, entertainment they can enjoy, and of course a measure of thanks and appreciation from the community they have sacrificed for. We recognize all those who swore an oath in service to our nation are the building blocks of our collective freedom, and way of life. It’s only right, we celebrate that freedom and provide an entertaining and supportive environment where those patriots can reflect on what they fought to protect. AMERI*ICON is grateful to accept donations in the form of your time and, of course, your generous donations, which are turned directly over to our US military veterans, law enforcement, interagency, first responders, and their families. We encourage every American citizen to show up, have a great time, and support our guests of honor: those who serve, protect, and sacrifice for our great nation, our American Heroes.
Intelligence Officer, Pilot
Enlisted in the US Navy after 9/11
Received commission 2005
Major Airline Captain
Husband, Father, Gentleman
Enlisted in the US Army after 9/11
Multi-Tour Iraq Veteran
Multi-Tour Afghanistan Veteran
Husband, Outdoorsman, Gentleman
Sergeant Steve Campbell is a 15 year veteran of the Chattanooga Police Department, currently assigned to the Organized Crime Division’s Intelligence Unit. Sgt. Campbell has been a member of the CPD SWAT Team for 12 years and established the first formal Intelligence unit focused on targeting Chattanooga’s most violent individuals. Sgt. Campbell also serves in the United States Navy Reserves as an Intelligence Officer, holding the rank of Lieutenant; serving in Afghanistan targeting Taliban and Al-Qaeda for Special Operations Task Force-East and Combined Special Operations Task Force-10. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Elon University, and a Masters in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.