Barnegat VFW celebrates 100th birthday of World War II Veteran
On his 100th birthday, (July 10, 1921), Walter Radcliffe of Manahawkin, who served with the U.S. Navy in World War II, looks back on his service and his many blessings in life as his fellow members of the Barnegat VFW celebrate his big day.
Midshipman from Plainfield, NJ dies while on leave from Naval Academy
Midshipman Michael Myles James, 22, of Plainfield, was found dead while on leave from U.S. Naval Academy.
All Military Members – Active, Nonactive & Retired Veterans – Should Get Free Beach Access
Thank you to Tony from Bayonne for having the courage to speak up!
23 honorably discharged, forgotten veterans given proper burial
Most of those being laid to rest are from the Jersey Shore and of the 23, 9 served in World War I, 12 served in World War II, 1 in the Vietnam War and 1 in the Korean War.
Dogs could soon be allowed visits in State run Veterans homes
Every dog has its day and they could soon be able to have one such day with some of our military heroes living in State run Veterans homes and facilities, thanks to legislation being sponsored by New Jersey State Senator Anthony Bucco.
NJ veterans’ homes reforms advance, with one key bill excluded
In response to the devastation caused by COVID-19 at veterans' homes, a package of eight bills is advancing toward final legislative approval this month.
Marine from South Jersey Dies During Recruit Training in SC
A Marine from South Jersey has reportedly died during training in South Carolina.
Ocean County Senator's bill would waive beach fees for veterans
Some towns and beaches have fees to get onto the sand, but a new bill that just received approval in the state senate would allow towns to waive fees for military veterans.
Monmouth County has program to help veterans and active military
It is the unofficial start to summer here on Memorial Day weekend but let's not forget why we even have this weekend.
Military retirees may not want to settle in NJ, one study finds
New Jersey is the 32nd best state for military retirees, according to WalletHub ranking poorly in the economic development, health care and quality of life categories.