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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WAMC -- Thu, 30 Mar 2023 "He fought that good fight": CSM Wilson sees fort renaming as part of Sgt. Henry Johnson's growing legacy (audio) Fort Polk in Louisiana will be renamed in honor of Albany resident Sergeant Henry Johnson. The renaming will occur in June and comes after Congress authorized the Naming Commission to provide... (more)
Air & Space Forces Magazine -- Thu, 30 Mar 2023 The Arctic is Trying To Kill You: What It Looks Like When Airmen Train Far North Hows this for an early-February getaway: Spend five days and four nights on a frozen island in the Arctic Ocean, where the temperature ranges from a balmy negative 25 degrees Fahrenheit to... (more)
Fort Hood Sentinel -- Thu, 30 Mar 2023 Soldiers earn U.S. citizenship Seven Soldiers assigned to the 642nd Aviation Support Battalion, New York Army National Guard, currently training for deployments at Fort Hood were recently sworn in as U.S. citizens in San... (more)