Disabled Vet Receives New Bike To Help Train For Wheelchair GamesA disabled veteran from the Vietnam War era has a new piece of equipment to help him train for the National Veterans Wheelchair Games which will be held in Philadelphia for the first time next month.
50 Years Later, New Book Marks 1963 As A Most Pivotal Year in US HistoryAsk someone about the most important year of the tumultuous '60s and it'll probably come down to either 1963 or 1968. But author Byron Williams has made his choice.
Remains Of 3 Missing Pa. Airmen Returned The Department of Defense said Friday that the remains of three Pennsylvania airmen missing from the Vietnam War and World War II have been identified and returned to their families for burial.
Vietnam War Soldier's Remains Finally Returned To Philadelphia AreaIt’s a solemn hero’s welcome 45 years in the making, and a bittersweet day for those who knew Major Louis Guillermin.
Traveling Vietnam War Memorial Visits Mt. Laurel, NJThe traveling Vietnam Memorial, "The Wall That Heals," was escorted into town by the Nam Knights, a motorcycle club honoring fallen veterans and police officers.
Vietnam Vets Reenlist For a Day of Volunteer Copter-Building at Constitution CenterThe Bell "Huey" is a helicopter that Vietnam vets are very familiar with. It will be part of the National Constitution Center's exhibit about the year 1968.
Multiple Veteran’s Day Ceremonies To Take Place In PhiladelphiaThere is a number of Veteran’s Day ceremonies planned Monday in the region including here in Philadelphia. Three of them are in the Society Hill neighborhood.
Jewish Museum in Philadelphia Honors Fallen Jewish US Military ChaplainsThe 14 chaplains served their country in World War II, in Cold War conflicts, and during the Vietnam era.