Memorial Day ceremonies and parades are being held across the Tri-State area and the nation Monday to honor America’s fallen heroes.
Civilians and veterans headed to the West Side of Manhattan Saturday to take in the sights and sounds of Fleet Week New York.
It was a spectacle on the Hudson on Saturday afternoon. The FDNY held the 12th annual blessing of its Marine Fleet at the Intrepid Sea, Air, And Space Museum.
The new pavilion for NASA’s retired shuttle was unveiled at a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning.
The space shuttle Enterprise is on its way to being open to the public.
Up on the flight deck, the protective bubble surrounding the recently acquired space shuttle Enterprise was deflated by superstorm Sandy.
The weekend is finally here! It’s time to get out and about with the family and check out some fun things happening around town.
If you’ve never seen a space shuttle up close and personal, now is your chance.
NASA gave away four shuttles, but only in New York will you have to pay extra to see one.
The shuttle left Jersey City on a barge Wednesday and began traveling up the Hudson River. It passed by the Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center site and is scheduled to be lifted onto the flight deck of the Intrepid shortly.
From parades to solemn ceremonies, Memorial Day is the day we honor those who died defending our freedoms.
The arrival of the space shuttle Enterprise has been delayed by bad weather, but that has not dampened the excitement over the museum’s newest attraction.
The aircrafts are being hoisted by crane onto the pier and then a barge. They’ll be taken to the Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Glenville, N.Y.
It was 70 years today that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, killing thousands of Americans and plunging the United States into World War II.
A special event was held today for those who put their lives on the line for our country and are now returning to civilian life.