Vince Neil is supporting the troops in his own special way.

The Motley Crue frontman will "salute the brave men and women of the U.S. Air Force" on Sept. 1 by inviting 100 soldiers from the nearby Nellis base to his Tatuado Cantina for a private pre-show reception, followed by a trip to see the Raiding the Rock Vault show at the LVH Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Purporting to tell "the story of classic rock" with "members from some of the greatest rock bands in history," Raiding the Rock Vault features a band that includes Tracii Guns, former Survivor vocalist Robin McAuley, ex-Heart guitarist Howard Leese and former Asia bassist John Payne -- along with special guests such as Bobby Kimball (ex-Toto), Joe Lynn Turner (ex-Deep Purple) and Starship's Mickey Thomas. The show is currently midway through a scheduled yearlong engagement at LVH.

"Vince has been a long time supporter and admirer of those who defend us from the skies," reads a press release announcing the event. "[He] wanted to take this opportunity to give back to those brave aviators who protect and defend our freedom in the air every day."