WWII Ship Coimbra, Sunk By Nazi U-Boat, Leaking Oil Off Long IslandJust off the coast of Long Island, there's a mission to stop a dangerous threat to our environment. 
WWII Vet Celebrates His 100th Birthday In NYC, Meets With Gov. Cuomo As Part Of Nationwide TourSydney Walton's been traveling the country on his personal 50-state "No Regrets" tour. His goal is to visit all 50 states, and meet the governor of each one. 
Greatest Generation: WWII Veterans Set Sail To Share Stories With The WorldSixteen million Americans served in WWII. Now, there are only about 300,000 left, with an estimated 350 dying every day.
Army Veteran Trucker Stops On Highway To Salute WWII Soldier's Funeral ProcessionOver the weekend, a patriotic overture gave the granddaughter of a WWII vet being laid to rest a chance to meet and thank another veteran.
Researchers Find Wreckage Of Infamous WWII-Era USS IndianapolisThe sinking of the Indianapolis remains the Navy's single worst loss at sea.
Cranford Man Discovers WWII History Hidden In The Walls Of His HomeWhen Jerry Wilson moved into his Cranford home he had no idea how much history was tucked behind the attic wall.
Queens Students Get Living History Lesson From Tuskegee Airman, Civil Rights FigureA lucky group of students in Queens received an extra-special living history lesson on Thursday.
Nearly 70 Years Later, NJ Vet Finally Receives Medals Earned In World War IIMacNair enlisted in the Army in 1941. He served first as a medic and later with the special forces as part of a glider operation. He vividly remembers a close call that he had in France.
Police: World War II Veteran Richard Micheaux Located In Las VegasA World War II veteran who had been missing for nearly a week has been located in good condition, police said.
Cops: WWII Veteran Richard Micheaux, 92, Has Been Missing Since Last WeekRichard Micheaux, 92, was last seen taking his regular morning walk on Amsterdam Avenue. He lives on Convent Avenue in Hamilton Heights.
Long Lost Letters From World War II Finally Make It To Cedar Grove FamilySome people may see them as pieces of history, but for the loved ones of the now deceased G.I. who wrote them, dozens of letters and keepsakes from World War II are precious memories.