New York National Guard Soldier Henry Johnson, a member of the 369th Infantry, became one of the first American heroes of World War I a hundred years ago on May 15, 1918, when he fought off a German raiding party using grenades, his rifle and finally his knife and fists. This fanciful print illustrates that fight which resulted in Johnson being awarded the French Croix De Guerre and eventually-- in 2015-- the Medal of Honor.
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Wayne Independent -- Thu, 20 Sep 2018 CAP flies on C-17 REGION--With dew still clinging to many cars, 11 Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Cadets and Officers from the Sullivan County Cadet Squadron, four of which hail from Wayne County, PA, gathered early... (more)
Army.mil -- Thu, 20 Sep 2018 NY Army Guard Soldiers journey to France to mark history of Harlem Hellfighters LATHAM, NY- Five New York Army National Guard Soldiers from the 369th Sustainment Brigade will travel to France to take part in World War I centennial commemorative events Sept. 19-26.
Poughkeepsie Journal -- Mon, 17 Sep 2018 Watch the Thunderbirds soar at NY Air Show The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds daring stunt flying was among several attractions at this past weekend's New York Air Show at Stewart Air National Guard Base in Newburgh.