Today is the day we remember the fallen military personnel -- the vast majority of them young, the vast majority of them without any real grasp of mortality until, suddenly, they were in the midst of it. They did their duty. They did their work and they did not return from it; or they returned shattered, and later perished from it.
They're gone. There is nothing you can do for them save remember them, respect them and the terrible price they paid. Few were philosophers, most could not have given you a grand overview of the conflict that killed them; they stepped up, did as well as they could and died.
We should work to keep that from happening without dire need -- and we should never forget what they and we have lost.
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