In Section 60, death remains too fresh to be separated from life. You see it in the 17 cigars pushed into the grass near one headstone, signs that a combat unit stopped by. And in the mother who spent winter afternoons wrapped in a sleeping bag, stretched across her son's grave. And in the older man who reads Robert Frost to the dead, knowing that their families live thousands of miles away. New Graves, Fresh Grief - washingtonpost.com It won't be long before we all will have a new president, and I just wanted to take a moment for all those brave young men and women who put themselves in harms way each and very second of the day for us all, to let them know that no matter who wins there are those that will never forget the sacrifices they have made for us. If these young people can make the ultimate sacrifice for us all, it is not a lot to ask that the people that represent us do so in the same honorable fashion that these young people have and that we all make a small effort be it just in a word to honor them and their families in the comming years to leave this place a better one than we found it.