Did you do anything to remember it?
Visit someone in the hospital perhaps?
Make a phone call?
Send an email?
Bake a cake?
Write a letter to your Congressman?
Did you join with hundreds of others on a protest march?
Or did you sit down with the photos of your son, your husband, your daughter, your aunt and remember all the great times before their flag-draped coffin came home?
Eight years have passed. Thousands of flag-draped coffins have returned home. Thousands more grieve daily.
If you know the name of someone serving — tell us about them.
If you don’t, what will you do to change that?