Our nation’s veterans – they put their lives on the line and now, upon returning home, many are unable to find a job. It’s a sad reality.
In Piscataway, there is an office that looks like any other, a maze of cubicles, except for one thing. Each desk is marked by an American flag. This is the home of Vets for Warriors.
Over 500 New York City area veterans stood in the cold Thursday to meet with dozens of employers at a job fair held by the Mayor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs (MOVA).
With Thanksgiving tomorrow, Long Island’s Jacob’s Light Foundation has hit a milestone in the amount of care packages delivered to American troops serving overseas.
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.
They’re loyal and dependable guardians and protectors, just like the veterans whom they serve – America’s Vet Dogs.
The Rockland County board of legislators has passed a funeral privacy law that will prohibit demonstration activities within 750 feet of all funerals at all locations.
While her husband Richard is away, Courtney is holding down the fort back home with three young children, taking over his domestic duties. But now, with a little help from a local landscaper, she won’t have to worry about the weeds, mulch, shrubs and fertilizer anymore.
In a Fleet Week that’s been marked by both celebration and devastation, one Navy Sailor is tackling New York City head-on.
For graduating cadet Tom Anderson from Poughkeepsie, going to West Point was obvious an obvious life choice.
Possible presidential candidate Donald Trump received several draft deferments from military service during the Vietnam War, according to purported Selective Service records that appeared online.
Nearly a quater of the 85,000 veterans who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from mental health disorders, according to a new study.
President Barack Obama says valor and sacrifice in the armed forces are no longer defined by sexual orientation.
It will fly at altitudes below 1,000 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Six decades after a Queens man helped save hundreds of U.S. servicement during World War II, he as awarded the Bronze Star.