Fort Logan National Cemetery
The Army will provide full military honors and Air Force jets will perform a fly-over when a World War II pilot who died in 1945 is buried at a veterans cemetery in Denver.
A U.S. aviator who was shot down over Germany during World War II will be buried with full military honors at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, after his remains were recovered in 2008 and later identified using DNA.
Coloradans attended a ceremony that honored the nation’s veterans at Fort Logan National Cemetery.
Monday, November 11 is Veterans Day. There are a lot of great ways to celebrate this important day, so pick one or two of these events and spend some time honoring these important people.
Everyone has different plans on Memorial Day, and many paid a visit to Fort Logan National Cemetery on Monday.
Flags are flying at half-staff across Colorado in honor of a Parker Marine killed earlier this month in Afghanistan.
Hundreds of wreaths were placed on the graves of veterans at Fort Logan National Cemetery on Saturday.
At Fort Logan National Cemetery hundreds of veterans, their families and others paid tribute to America’s servicemen and women this Veterans Day.
For 37 years, Delouise Guerra never knew for certain what happened to the young man she called her baby brother, an 18-year-old Marine from Colorado who was missing and presumed dead after a helicopter crash on the other side of the world.
Private First Class James J. Jacques will be buried Tuesday on what would be his 56th birthday. He died during the Vietnam War and his remains were lost at sea.