i know CBS NEWS is pretty much a joke now, but there is still one part of their news dept. I greatly respect and appreciate. PLEASE inform/correct me if i'm wrong, but they are the only evening news broadcast to feature a daily memorial to fallen soldiers in Iraq. Since this began a while back, it has since become a staple for me to drop whatever I'm doing (underway, busy, whatever) and find a TV and turn on CBS News to catch this short 30 second tribute to a fallen soldier. Its a way for me everyday to express my support of my comrades in Iraq, my grief at their sacrifice and a physical face and story for me to pray about every night. I have had the unpleasant experience of seeing two fallen friends profiled, as well as an Army recruiter (and a good man, he adopted a child each from bosnia, kosovo and afghanistan during his time in those operational areas) who used to recruit folks at my prior college (NC A&T). FALLEN HEROES is a testament to responsible journalism and true, heartfelt patriotism. At a time when CBS could have more ad revenue or air a stupid entertainment story, they honor the fallen, briefly describing their life before the army, their family ties and their service in Iraq, and sometimes, the terrible ironies their death causes (today's was a man whose first child was born just a little while after he died). If you get a chance, please watch these FALLEN HEROES segments (you can do it on cbsnews.com also). You will not regret it, nor forget it.