The top of the Standard, a hotel rooftop lounge in Chelsea that’s hip and happening but off-limits, at least on Saturday night, to a U.S. Navy officer in uniform.
For 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.
Officials revealed this month that the 4.5-mile-by-3.5-mile plume of underground contamination in Bethpage is moving deeper than ever.
Two Navy civilian police officers were wounded Thursday night while confronting a knife-wielding man at a Connecticut base, authorities said.
A deserving serviceman and his family were handed the keys to their new home Monday. It is a subsidized house, built over the last five months by other veterans working in their spare time.
Bill D’Antico’s old tapes from the early 1960s are now part of an exhibit at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum that sheds light on the day-to-day lives of the men who served aboard the historic warship.
Veterans, active military, New Yorkers and tourists alike flocked to the Intrepid Museum Saturday for an entertaining show put on by the United Service Organizations.
Fleet Week festivities are in full swing, with three U.S. Navy ships and two U.S. Coast Guard cutters docked along the Hudson River.
The U.S. Navy’s aerobatic team landed Thursday morning at Republic Airport in Farmingdale.
Three Navy ships and two Coast Guard cutters are scheduled to arrive in New York Harbor on Wednesday morning, the start of the week.
Nassau County police said Roberto Carlo Ayala was arrested Friday morning by officers from the department’s fugitive squad and U.S. marshals.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg is praising the Navy for its plans to name a new ship after New Jersey’s capital city.
The USS Akron, a 785-foot dirigible, was in its third year of flight when a violent storm sent it plunging tail-first into the Atlantic Ocean shortly after midnight on April 4, 1933.
Both men got things wrong. So Brooks Jackson of factcheck.org checked in to go over the claims and set the record straight.
Many residents are being asked to foot the bill for the government’s dumping of toxic waste into the Long Island soil. And to make matters worse, the contamination is on the move.