Republic Airport Marks Memorial Day With WWII Fighter Jet ReenactmentFor the crowds enjoying the Memorial Day reenactment, the reality of combat quickly sun in.
Pilot Dead After Small Plane Crashes In East PatchogueThe plane went down around 9 a.m. near the side of a house on Camille Lane in East Patchogue and burst into flames, authorities said.
Blue Angels Arrive On Long Island Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend Air ShowThe U.S. Navy's aerobatic team landed Thursday morning at Republic Airport in Farmingdale.
Honor Flight Over Statue Of Liberty Featured Historic AircraftSix historic aircraft were slated to fly over the Statue of Liberty Sunday afternoon.
Historic Aircraft Set To Fly Over Statue Of LibertySix historic aircraft will fly over the Statue of Liberty Sunday in a commemorative event.
Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing At Bethpage Golf CourseThe chopper set down at the 18th hole while en route from New Jersey to Republic Airport, about a half mile away.
Thousands Expected At Jones Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Air ShowThe air show is on Saturday and Sunday. Scheduled to perform are the Navy's Blue Angels, an F-22 Raptor, the Army's Golden Knights, and the Canadian Snowbirds.
Plane Crash Victims Remembered At Farmingdale State College Commencement Graduating students of Farmingdale State College arrived for commencement on Saturday morning. And just steps away was a congratulatory message, mixed with a message of sadness for the two students who died in a plane crash on Wednesday.
Holocaust Survivors Meet Their Liberators In Farmingdale"I was liberated on May 5th, 1945, but it's not easy. It's not easy to talk about it," said Thea Rumstein, who was in a death camp in Austria and was 15-years-old.
Long Island Plane Crash Survivor Thanks Doctors For Saving HimSix months ago, Charles Bianculli was in a small plane that suddenly crashed onto a street on Long Island right after taking off from Republic Airport. He lived to tell his tale.
American Airpower Museum In Farmingdale Saved From DemolitionAn important part of World War II history on Long Island has been saved from the wrecking ball.