“And the money will all go towards our Merry Christmas mission where we send Christmas and Hanukkah to our Marines in Afghanistan. That’s a huge $500,000 mission,” organizer Patty Lewis said.
A Marine helicopter pilot from southern New Jersey who was killed in combat in Afghanistan late last month has been laid to rest.
Ken Iannelli heard a knock at his door Wednesday that changed his life forever.
A United States Marine from Gloucester County, New Jersey has been killed while serving his country in Afghanistan.
In one of the first ceremonies that will mark the tenth anniversary of 9-11, Pennsylvania State Police personnel who’ve served in the military over the past decade were honored during an event near Harrisburg.
A tearful farewell was said today for US Navy petty officer Michael Strange, who was killed in the line of duty earlier this month in Afghanistan.
A memorial softball game was played in the Fishtown section of the city Friday night to honor Michael Strange, one of the Navy Seals killed when a helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan one week ago.
A Marine from New Jersey has been killed while serving his country in Afghanistan. Cpl. Nicholas Ott is the third local serviceman that died in combat this week.
President Barack Obama flew on Marine One to Dover Air Force Base today to honor the U.S. forces killed over the weekend in Afghanistan.
An Army Ranger from Pitman, New Jersey is the latest casualty in the war on terror.
Chris analyzes the Standard and Poors downgrade of the U.S. credit rating with Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup and he talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their big series against the Giants over the weekend.
Eyewitness News has learned that one of the 22 Navy SEALs killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Saturday is from Philadelphia.
Girl Scout Troop 282 in Bucks County is helping to remember a local soldier, killed July 17th in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province.
Three Pennsylvania soldiers were killed and five others wounded earlier this week by a roadside bomb that struck their convoy in Afghanistan, military officials said Wednesday.
Before 33-year-old Kenneth Elwell became a Sergeant 1st Class, Elwell was a son, a brother and a husband.