New Windsor Museum Dedicated to Changing How Purple Hearts Are Remembered

SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: It's an honor bestowed to military individuals who are wounded or killed by an enemy combatant while serving their country. The origins of the Purple Heart begin with the first Commander in Chief George Washington and there have been nearly 2 million earned, but there isn't a central base that contains all of the names of the men and women who have received them. In this Explore New York, we head to New Windsor and a museum dedicated to changing that.