SLEEPY HOLLOW-- This Memorial Stone in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery memorializes 40 members of the New York Guard who died during the world wide influenza epedimic in 1918 while on duty guarding the New York City water system. The stone was hewn from the aqueduct quarry in upstate New York by the members of the First Provisional Regiment and placed at a site purchased by William Rockefeller for the burial of those members of the Regiment that were homeless or did not otherwise have a place to be buried. PVT Frank DeCosta, New York Guard is buried there.
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nny.360.com -- Wed, 16 Oct 2019 New York Army National Guard promotions LATHAM - Major General Ray Shields, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability... (more)
Newsday -- Wed, 16 Oct 2019 Long Island soldier who died in Syria did not die in vain When John Raguso tells the story of his son's life and death, a particular day in 2004 when Chris did not die in combat in Iraq is as central to the tale as the day in 2018 when he did.
Nationalguard.mil -- Tue, 15 Oct 2019 Brazilian three-star general visits New York National Guard NEW YORK, N.Y Brazilian Lt. Gen. Achilles Furlan Neto, the operations officer for the Brazilian Army, visited New York National Guard senior leaders, Soldiers and Airmen and facilities in... (more)