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The Navy scrapped plans to fly a fighter jet over New York City on the anniversary of 9/11 after it sparked outrage
The Navy cancelled its plan to conduct flight training over New York City on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks after it sparked outrage
‘A nightmare’ — Iraq War doctor describes treating COVID-19 in New York
"The frustration for those of us caring for the patients is enormous and exhausting. We do the best we can.’’
USNS Comfort receives muted homecoming in Norfolk upon return from COVID-stricken New York
Most homecomings see a tightly-packed throng of families crowding the gate at the end of the pier, waving signs and waiting for a loved one to finally step off the ship. Instead, the USNS Comfort sidled up to Pier 12 at Naval Station Norfolk to no fanfare at all
Cockpit video from the Blue Angels New York City flyover for Operation America Strong
The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, and U.S. Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds, honored frontline COVID-19 first...
Navy hospital ship Comfort is leaving NYC after treating just 179 patients in 3 weeks
President Trump said the Navy hospital ship Comfort will leave New York City after Governor Cuomo said it was no longer needed.
‘Very easy to get down and be exhausted’ — On the front line aboard the USNS Comfort
"We’ve worked weeks and weeks without a day off ... this is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.”
We salute the pair of Marines who saved dying COVID-19 patients on a NYC pier
A handful of U.S. Marine Corps infantrymen from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, helped save novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients in danger of dying while in transit to the USNS Comfort in New York City
Inside the New York Air Guard unit assigned to recovering bodies of COVID-19 victims
The 107th Attack Wing Fatality Search and Recovery Team deployed to New York City to recover the dead from hospitals, nursing homes and apartment buildings.
USNS Comfort crew member reportedly tests positive for COVID-19
Crew members who had contact with the infected person tested negative, the Navy told ABC. But they will remain in isolation regardless of test results.
Inside the Army’s emergency deployment of doctors to New York to fight COVID-19
The deployment of the Army's 531st Hospital Center was part of the active-duty Army's first wave of response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has so far resulted in about 5,100 deaths in the U.S. — more than 2,200 of those in New York
‘It’s a joke’ — the Navy’s 1,000-bed USNS Comfort hospital ship barely has any patients
The Navy hospital ship Comfort arrived in New York City on Monday to help the city's hospitals, which have been stretched thin by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
New York VA struggling to help vets with COVID-19. Now it’s being asked to help civilians too
The VA has a legal mandate to provide civilian care in an emergency. But the agency is facing the same surge in COVID-19 patients as other hospitals.
‘This is what I signed up for’—Navy combat nurse ready to treat the hell out of patients aboard hospital ship Comfort
Capt. Lynne Blankenbeker has treated troops in combat zones since 1990. Now she's heading to New York City to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Afghan man behind 2016 New York and New Jersey bombings convicted for gun battle with NJ police
A New Jersey jury convicted Afghani immigrant Ahmad Khan Rahimi of attempted murder Tuesday for a 2016 Garden State gunfight with police as cops hunted the suspect in an earlier bombing in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood
NYC women plead guilty to planning bomb attack on US military personnel and law enforcement
Two women inspired by radical Islam pleaded guilty in New York City on Friday to teaching and distributing information about the manufacture and use of an explosive, destructive device and weapon of mass destruction, federal prosecutors said
A Bin Laden-obsessed terrorist allegedly planned to attack the new World Trade Center and grenade Times Square tourists
A would-be Islamic terrorist, busted for a plot to hurl grenades into the multitudes of Times Square tourists, pondered blasting the new World Trade Center with a massive rocket launcher, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday
How to do Fleet Week in NYC like a pro
Ask any sailor or Marine who has experienced New York Fleet Week firsthand about their experience, and the first reaction is likely to be a knowing smirk
The Al Qaeda bomb-maker who switched sides after plotting to blow up the NYC subway may soon walk free
Najibullah Zazi, a would-be terrorist trained by Al Qaeda bomb-makers, pleaded guilty in 2010 to three charges associated with a plan to detonate explosive in the NYC subway
‘I Didn’t Do [It] For ISIS’: Failed Port Authority Suicide Bomber Found Guilty
After being found guilty on all counts for a failed suicide bombing in a passageway to the Port Authority, a...
Marine Vet Turned FDNY Legend Who Lost Two Sons On 9/11 Gets The Sendoff He Deserves
Legendary FDNY Capt. John Vigiano, during a life of faith and service, earned a spot in the hereafter with his...
Terror Attack In New York City: What We Know So Far
Just over 16 years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, law enforcement officials from the New York Police Department and...
After His Brother’s Tragic Death, This Vet Pledged His Life To The Air Force
On a quiet stage in New York City, Air Force veteran Ed “Chub” Woodward weeps as he tells the gut-wrenching...
A Bag Made For War And The Chaos Of Everyday Life
The Punisher himself carries a GORUCK GR1, so you automatically know that there has to be something uniquely badass about...
The Task & Purpose Unofficial Bar Guide For New York’s Fleet Week
This week, thousands of men and women in uniform will descend on New York City from May 20 to 26...