Dog Tags Lost In 1967 Returned To Vietnam War Veteran From Long IslandThe Marine does not remember losing the tags, but he now has them back to go along with his Silver Star and four Purple Hearts.
Woman Seeks Family Of Purple Heart Recipient Charles W. Crabbe, Whose Parents Lived On Long Island"It was given to us by a friend who found it in furniture from an estate sale somewhere in Florida," said Fort Myers, Florida, resident Brenda Carlson.
19-Mile Bike Ride Held In NYC To Support Wounded Warrior ProjectOver three days, the Warriors will bike 70 miles.
Vietnam Veteran Michael Malone Gets Surprising Gift Of Gratitude From Anonymous Couple At New Jersey RestaurantA veteran from Monmouth County got an unexpected post-Fourth of July thank you while out with his family, and said it took his breath away.
Unclaimed Veterans Treated With Honor And Respect During Moving Ceremony In Monmouth CountyVeterans and law enforcement agencies came together in Monmouth and Ocean counties on Wednesday for a salute to arms for unclaimed veterans, those who have passed away and have no family.
Nassau County Volunteers Gearing Up For Stand Down To Assist Veterans In NeedOn Long Island, officials say the need for food for struggling families and veterans has not eased, but help is coming.
Many Veterans Say Memorial Day Should Again Be Observed On May 30, To Remind People The Holiday Is About Showing RespectMemorial Day is officially Monday, but several veterans groups in the Tri-State Area honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice Sunday.
Vietnam War Veterans Mark Somber Anniversary On Long Island: 'We Are Forgotten A Lot ... Because We Didn't Win, Supposedly'Vietnam-era tanks paraded to recall this day in 1968, when the bloody conflict took a grim turn as North Vietnam launched a surprise attack on more than 100 locations.
Vet2Vet Helps 101-Year-Old WWII Veteran Walter Reed Overcome Rehab; 'We Heal Each Other'Walter is a widower and lives alone in East Rockaway. But no one wants to leave him alone.
Buffalo Soldiers Of Rockland County Lay Wreath At Mount Moor Historical Cemetery For Veterans DayIt's the final resting place for dozens of African-American veterans, including several Buffalo Soldiers.
Veterans Day Vigil Honors Roughly 200 New Jersey Veterans Affairs Home Residents Who Died From COVID-19In October, the Department of Justice announced it's investigating the state for possibly understating the number of deaths and the quality of medical care.
100-Year-Old Katherine Horton Among World War II Veterans Honored At Brooklyn Veterans Day CeremonyShe was the first of three African-American women to study at Bethesda Medical Center and worked a long career as a physical therapy assistant at the VA Medical Center in Brooklyn.
Veterans Day: Long Island Brothers Go Above And Beyond To Get Necessary Items To Soldiers OverseasTeen brothers are making an impact on the lives of dozens of soldiers oversees. Not just on Veterans Day, but every day.
Early Veterans Day Ceremony In Manhattan Pays Tribute To WomenTwo dozen trees were planted back in 1925 as a tribute to American women who died overseas during World War One.
Suffolk County Lawmakers Call On Veterans Administration To Hire Female Gynecologist At VA Medical CenterAdvocates say some female veterans have experienced sexual trauma and are not comfortable with a male doctor.