Sergeants' Union Head: Why Weren't Officers Disciplined For Being Too Drunk To Fly To Afghanistan?NYPD counterterror officials had to cancel a training mission to Afghanistan because the Army reportedly decided two officers were too tipsy to fly.
Long Island Soldier Shares Story Of Sacrifice, Service With Kindergarten StudentsNext week on Veteran's Day, the nation will honor the 22-million living veterans who have served this country.
Police: Army Recruiter Arrested For Child PornographyPolice on Long Island say a U.S. Army recruiter has been arrested on charges alleging he possessed child pornography.
Game Time Salutes Honors Natalia Lynch, Daughter Of U.S. Army VeteranFor Natalia Lynch, her father's service in the U.S. Army meant that she got an international education and a deep appreciation for the work of the men and women in our armed services.
U.S. Army's First Female Rangers Earn Their Keep, Impress The Powers That BeThe first two women to pass the U.S. Army's Ranger School recently spoke for the first time publicly about their experiences.
Memorial Day 2015: Veterans Feel Solemn Sense Of Duty To Remind Us Of SacrificesFor them, this holiday is more than a list of names, or a stack of faded photographs, a flag, a salute and a song. Survivors gather in ceremonies far north of the city and in the heart of the Bronx: the common task of bearing witness.
All Clear Given At Picatinny Arsenal After Suspicious Vehicle Prompts EvacuationAn all clear was given at Picatinny Arsenal in northern New Jersey Friday, hours after after a suspicious truck and driver prompted a security scare.
Families, Neighbors Hope For Recovery For 2 Officers Shot In The BronxThe officers who were shot and wounded in the Bronx on Monday night both came from Rockland County, and their friends and families were heartbroken over the shootings.

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