Photo by Eric Durr, Division of Military and Naval Affairs (Released)
SARATOGA SPRINGS--Saratoga Springs resident Eugene Corsale, a Navy veteran of the Korean War and the New York State Military Heritage Institute's Distinguished Veteran of the Year, speaks with WNYT reporter John Stampf, Saturday, Nov. 8, at the New York State Military History Institute.
The 80-year old Corsale was honored by the Military Heritage Institute for his work in promoting veterans issues, and his years of community service in Saratoga County, where he worked as director of the country real property tax program.
the Military Heritage Institute is a not-for-profit which raises money to benefit the New York State Military History Museum.
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