SLEEPY HOLLOW-- New York Guard Acting Commander Colonel David J. Warager delivers remarks at the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow N.Y. during a May 6 ceremony commemorating 40 members of the New York Guard who died during the influenza pandemic of 1918 while guarding the New York City water system during World War I. Their names are inscribed on a plaque set in a boulder taken from Bonticon Crag in the Shawangunk Mountains along the line of the aqueduct that they protected. The memorial is constructed on property donated by the Rockefeller family.
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The Warwick Advertiser -- Mon, 20 May 2019 Greenwood Lake resident is one of New York Army National Guard's best warriors GREENWOOD LAKE. N.Y. Guard soldiers win Northeast Best Warrior Competition for the second time in two years New York Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Martin Cozens and Cpl. Joseph Ryan took... (more)
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