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Upstate NY Burial Likely for Remains of WWII Airman, Cousin Says
Vincent Rogers was a 21-year-old radio operator when he and six other men were killed on Jan. 21, 1943.
American Legion Seeks Pentagon Action on NY WWII Unknowns
American Legion officials are calling on New York lawmakers to request the Pentagon exhume the Long Island graves.
Pentagon IDs Remains of Tuskegee Airman Killed in WWII
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said the remains accounted for earlier this year are those of Lawrence Dickson.
Remains of US Soldier Killed in Korean War Identified
When the Korean War started, Martin was a private first-class serving in a medical detachment in Army's 7th Division.
90-Year-Old WWII Vet Serves in Final Session as NY State Lawmaker
Bill Larkin began his military career as a private during World War II and retired 23 years later as a lieutenant colonel.
Veteran who Survived Wartime Accident that Killed Son Dies at 93
Lawrence Reilly Sr., a retired U.S. Navy master chief, died Wednesday at a hospital from complications from pneumonia.
Benedict Arnold's Hair to Be Displayed at Fort He Captured
A rarely displayed lock of American traitor Benedict Arnold's hair will be exhibited at Fort Ticonderoga.
Old Yearbook Photo Spurs Effort to Find Missing WWII Pilot
During WWII, four servicemen who graduated from the same high school had their photo taken. One of them never made it home.
Remains of NY Marine Killed in '43 Pacific Battle Identified
Twins Michael and James Reilly did everything together. After the U.S. entered World War II, they enlisted in the Marines on...
Pentagon Enlisting Outsiders to Help Search for US WWII MIAs
Taylan's hiring is part of the military's plans to reach out to private groups and others to help with the search for thousan...
Decades Later, Korean War MIA's Remains Back in NY
More than 60 years after a teenage soldier disappeared during a fierce Korean War battle, the DNA provided by one of his sibl...
WWII Vet Transmitted News of Japanese Surrender 70 Years Ago
As Wednesday's 70th anniversary of the surrender approached, Stephen Dennis reminisced recently about his military service, w...
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Marine Corps News
Russian Court Extends Arrest for Marine Veteran Accused of Spying
A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
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During the closing ceremony, 1,500 dog tags that service members ran with hung on a cross.
Coast Guard News
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Bolton: Coast Guard to Help Reassert US Leadership in Arctic
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