Walter Reed Army Medical Center
The Tour Of Duty ride began on Aug. 12. The 40 participants pedalled nearly 3,000 miles, dedicating each mile to a victim of the 9/11 terror attacks.
The roar of a Harley-Davidson, the open road, and the wind in your hair. For a group of New York City firefighters, this is not your typical vacation.
A long time ago, in a nation divided by the consequences of Vietnam, Tom Coughlin wrapped himself in the Red, White, and Blue of our flag and never loosened his hold.
When Bryan Dilberian of Brooklyn was serving in Afghanistan, he lost both legs and an arm to an explosion. Now plans are in the works to build him a new home, one that would enable him to be independent.
Family and friends gave 25-year-old Marrocco a homecoming at a house designed especially for him on Staten Island.
The Mets got it right both on and off the field Tuesday. Before their 6-4 win over the Washington Nationals, the team visited wounded soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center — with none of the drama that came from last year’s trip.