Beaver County Bridge To Be Renamed To Honor Local Military HeroThe Vanport Bridge will be named 'USAF Combat Controller Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin Memorial Bridge.'
Post Office In Beaver County Named In Honor Of Local Soldier Killed In AfghanistanA post office in Beaver County will be renamed in honor of a local fallen soldier.
Fallen Beaver Co. Airman Laid To Rest In Arlington National CemeteryA Beaver County airman who was killed in action in Afghanistan in November was laid to rest Thursday at Arlington National Cemetery.
Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin Of Hookstown Laid To Rest At Arlington National CemeteryStaff Sgt. Dylan J. Elchin of Hookstown, Pa., who was killed in action in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb exploded in November, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia on Thursday.
Memorial Service Held For American Hero, Man Who Was Killed In AfghanistanIn a procession of blue and white busses they came. More than 120 uniformed members of the United States Air Force.
'Privilege And Honor': Patriot Guard Riders Escort Fallen Airman's Family To ChapelBefore the memorial service for fallen Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin, the Patriot Guard Riders escorted his family to the chapel.
Family, Friends To Say Goodbye To Fallen Beaver Co. Airman At Public Memorial ServiceFriends and family will have the chance to pay their respects to U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin today at a public memorial service.
Public Memorial Service To Be Held For Fallen Beaver Co. AirmanA memorial service for a fallen Beaver County airman will take place Thursday afternoon at the Impact Christian chapel.
Beaver Co. Airman Killed In Afghanistan Brought Back Home To United StatesA local airman, who was killed in action in Afghanistan, is back home in the United States. The solemn ceremony was held overnight.
EXCLUSIVE: Mom Told Fallen Airman Before His Deployment To Afghanistan, 'If Anything Happens To You, It Will Destroy Me'The Pentagon has released the names of three U.S. servicemen killed Tuesday by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, and a Hookstown native is among them.