Honor Guard

Formed in November of 2013, the Maryville and Alcoa Firefighter's Honor Guard completed its first full year in existence during 2014. The Honor Guard was formed to provide a means to show respect for the Fire Service and also to memorialize those that have died in the line of duty. In 2014, the Honor Guard completed over 40 hours of training in all protocols of the Honor Guard. This included two members attending the inaugural Tennessee Firefighter's Honor Guard Academy at the State Fire Academy. Also during the year, the Honor Guard executed drills and ceremonies at the following events: Tennessee Fireman's Association Conference, Tennessee Fire Chief's Association Conference, Tennessee Fallen Firefighter's Memorial, and the Oak Ridge Fire Officer Conference. The Honor Guard also carried out the duties for two firefighter funerals

Members of the Honor Guard include from Alcoa are Wayman Whitehead, Mike Harrison, Clint Russell and Colin Hurst. Honor Guard members from Maryville are Mark Hasty, Chris Pereda, Steven Talbott, and John Craw.
The City of Alcoa Honor Guard in full dress uniform.