On Monday, November 11th, 2021, Seitu marked the holiday, attending the Veterans Day Parade, no it wasn’t in Harlem, but we love celebrating our veterans.
Mayor de Blasio today announced ‘Hometown Heroes,’ a ticker-tape parade celebrating the Summer of New York City.
Awarded a Bronze Star after tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, Army Military Police Sergeant Thomas Donaldson ’22 is now focused on his next mission, his education.
AARP New York is working to help Veterans and Military families amid the COVID-19 outbreak by providing free resources, important information about scams targeting veterans, and timely programming to meet their unique family caregiving needs.
Following military service, it’s important for veterans to stay on top of their health care. In a recent study, researchers from the Veterans Affairs Research Communications found that health is the major concern for the majority of veterans returning home from service.
This July, Macy’s and its customers nationwide will pay special tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces with a charitable round-up campaign, “Macy’s Salutes Those Who Serve,” to support active duty military, veterans and military families.
The United War Veterans Council (UWVC) invites the public from Harlem to the Hudson to attend the 2018 New York City Veterans Day Parade on Sunday, November 11, 2018.