Share 'These hallowed names: Honoring America’s military dead is vital to nation’s soul'
Penned by Phillip Tutor
“Taps” are played for a military burial in February at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Photo: Associated Press
By definition, Memorial Day is reserved for America’s gallant many who died in service. If anything, the imagery is stark: Arlington’s headstones, Normandy’s blood-stained beaches, the rolls of military dead from Belleau Wood and…
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