Brindisi asks Amtrak to restore discount program for veterans

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi

Brindisi asks Amtrak to restore discount program for veterans

Amtrak discount provided 15 percent fare reductions for veterans and their family members; Brindisi: A discount is the least we can do for those who served our country

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi says he has asked Amtrak to reinstate its affiliation with the […]

Marrones, Adam Richman return for annual barbecue at Clear Path for Veterans

Adam Richman

Myers Jackson

Marrones, Adam Richman return for annual barbecue at Clear Path for Veterans

Jacksonville Jaguars’ Head Coach Doug Marrone and wife Helen are returning to Chittenango for Clear Path for Veterans’ annual Red, White & Blue Barbecue this June.

The Red, White & Blue Barbecue is Clear Path’s largest annual […]

360 NY Army National Guard Soldiers will conduct combat training in Louisiana

NY Army National Guard Soldiers conducting tactical training at Fort Polk, Louisiana in July 2016. ( U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Harley Jelis).

360 NY Army National Guard Soldiers will conduct combat training in Louisiana

Soldiers will act as opposing force at one of the Army’s premier combat training centers

Three hundred […]

Tenney announces 2018 service academy appointments

Rep. Claudia Tenney

Tenney announces 2018 service academy appointments

Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY-22) announced that three local students have been selected to the United States Service Academies. Those Receiving Appointments to the U.S. Service Academies for 2018 are as follows:

 

United States Air Force Academy: John Gabor, Cazenovia High School, son […]

Senators Schumer, Gillibrand and Congresswoman Stefanik urge army secretary and chief of staff to choose Fort Drum and North Country for new U.S. Army Security Force Assistance Brigade

Kirsten Gillibrand

Senators Schumer, Gillibrand and Congresswoman Stefanik urge army secretary and chief of staff to choose Fort Drum and North Country for new U.S. Army Security Force Assistance Brigade

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik wrote a letter to urge Secretary of […]

Ronald Robinson Reenlists for Continued Service in New York Army National Guard

Ronald Robinson Reenlists for Continued Service in New York Army National Guard

Major General Anthony P. German, the Adjutant General, announces the recent reenlistment of members of the State National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard.

Master Sergeant Ronald Robinson of […]

Distilling the best: Melissa Spicer earns Rare leadership award

Pictured is Clear Path for Veterans CEO and Co-Founder Melissa Spicer with members of the Cazenovia American Legion Post 88, which has been a generous supporter of Clear Path since its founding in 2011.

Distilling the best: Melissa Spicer earns Rare leadership award

Clear Path’s Chief Development Officer Myron Thurston III received a top-secret […]

Norwich Farmers Market offers free memberships to farmers and veterans

Norwich Farmers Market offers free memberships to farmers and veterans

It is now possible for Norwich Farmers Market to offer free memberships to local farmers who wish to sell their own farm-produced commodities and free memberships to veterans to sell their home produced products or promote their entrepreneurial businesses at the Wednesday farmers market in […]

Operation Bottomfeeder: A.G. Schneiderman shuts down Brooklyn telemarketing operation that solicited funds for sham veterans charity

Operation Bottomfeeder: A.G. Schneiderman shuts down Brooklyn telemarketing operation that solicited funds for sham veterans charity

Settlement with Menacola Marketing bars company’s owners from fundraising for any charity; requires them to pay $100,000 to reputable charities supporting veterans and is latest in AG’s Operation Bottomfeeder, targeting shell charities that exploit popular causes to line professional […]

Decorated World War II bombardier loses life in Nelson 73 years ago

Decorated World War II bombardier loses life in Nelson 73 years ago

By Matthew Urtz

During World War II, Lieutenant Charles F. Blanke of St. Louis, Mo., flew more than 50 missions in the European Theatre, mostly in Italy. He was a decorated bombardier who had earned an Air Medal and four Oak Leaf Clusters. […]

Four NY Army National Guard members competing in national biathlon competition in Utah

Four NY Army National Guard members competing in national biathlon competition in Utah

Four New York Army National Guard Soldiers are heading for Utah to compete against 120 Soldiers from 23 different states at the National Guard’s Biathlon Championships.

Captains Katy and Joseph Moryl, a married couple from North Hudson; Sgt. First Class Kevin Brunick […]

Hometown hero serves nation in Afghanistan

Hometown hero serves nation in Afghanistan

Patterson serves as the Branch Chief of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Plans/Operations

Lieutenant Commander Andrew Patterson, the son of Marlene A. and the late Commander Kenneth F. Patterson, USN, of Chittenango, is an intelligence officer in the United States Navy Reserve and is the current Branch Chief of Intelligence, […]