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Letters Home

By Remy Benoit

    We have availability to so, so many letters home from so, so many wars.

    Now we have them from Iraq, and some of them are final letters home.

    They speak of God, of love, of hope, of pizza and things familiar.

    For those whose letters were the last ones home, we grieve with their families. We honor their sacrifice.
From the Washington Post and Laura Blumenfeld and Julie Tate:In Troops' Final Words, Faith and Grace Wartime Deaths Give Meaning to Each Syllable in What Became Last Letters Home.


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