The Smoky Mountain Chapter Of The NCVA


The primary purpose of Smoky Mountain Chapter is to conduct an annual reunion providing social and recreational activities for members and guest.

Membership in the National NCVA is a prerequisite for the Smoky Mountain Chapter. To obtain a registration form for membership, visit our national NCVA Headquarters Website.  All Regular or Reserve Navy and Marines of any U.S. Naval Cryptologic organization, such as the Naval Security Group, who have served on active duty under honorable conditions are elgible for membership. You DO NOT have to be a 20-year career retiree to join. There are no annual dues to be a member of the Smoky Mountain Chapter.

The Smoky Mountain Chapter was formed in July 1998, with an annual meeting combined with a weekend social function.  Our first Spring Fling of the Smoky Mountain Chapter was hosted by Dave and Peg Fiehtner of Maryville, Tennessee. The Fling was held in Alcoa/Knoxville, Tennessee on 16 and 17 April 1999. Lodging was at the Hampton Inn (Knoxville Airport) at a cost of $62 per night and 34 folks attended. There was a sit-down dinner at the Green Meadow Country Club in Alcoa. 

The Smoky Mountain Chapter covers the region centered in Knoxville within approximately a 200 mile radius. This region touches eight states, and is bounded on the West by Nashville; South by Huntsville, Atlanta and Greenville; East by Asheville, Charlotte and Roanoke; and on the North by Charleston and Lexington, while not infringing on the existing Chapters of Pensacola-Gulf Coast, Florida, Tarheel, and Virginia-Tidewater.