"You were my brother! You should have taken better care of me." Posted in: Opinions A couple of years back, I was honored with an Honor Trip to Washington, D.C. to visit our monuments and institutions in recognition of my service in the Korean War. I even got the honor of laying the wreath on the Unknown Soldier Monument. As I stood there during the laying, I looked out at the almost infinite landscape of simple white tombstones. I thought about all of the twenty-year-old lives cut short of a future, and all of the eternal grief of the dozens in their families who survived. I further thought of the principles of our government which went ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!