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.
N.J. Students Making Valentine's Day Cards For VeteransStudents in New Jersey are making sure veterans who served our country know they are appreciated. 
Voices For Vets: Double-Amputee Police Officer On Long Island Serves As Inspiration To ManyA Long Island police officer who lost both legs in Afghanistan is now working to bring the amputee community together.
Injured Marine Receives New Smart Home From Tunnel To Towers Foundation, First One In New JerseyChristmas is coming a bit early for a young U.S. Marine veteran with disabilities. It's not Santa Claus who gave the New Jersey man the life-changing gift.
Struggling To Navigate Civilian Life, 3 Long Island Veterans Get The Gift Of New WheelsHundreds of people are getting the gift of car ownership for Christmas through the generosity of the auto collision industry. On Thursday, three Long Island veterans were among the grateful recipients.
'It's Over Now. He's At Rest': 75 Years After His Death, WWII Pilot's Remains Given Military Funeral Back In U.S.There was a pipe and drum corps and a color guard of veterans at a military funeral for a man who died 75 years ago. 
Family Of Soldier From Famed 'Harlem Hellfighters' Receives Long-Awaited Honor From World War IAt 17, the Oyster Bay native joined the 369th Infantry Regiment, a unit of African-Americans started in Harlem that served overseas during “The Great War.”
Intrepid Job Fair Helping Veterans Pivot To New Employment After Military ServiceIn addition to meeting with potential employers, veterans are also receiving access to professional development services.