In our opinion
Monday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, a time to honor those who serve or have served, living or dead. It’s a time of memorializing and acknowledging with gratitude the sacrifices our men and women in uniform make for this country.
Most of us on the editorial board have direct connections to people who have served. Several have family members who fought in World War II as well as friends or family who served in Vietnam.
Both of these past conflicts have found their way to prominent roles in our collective cultural conscience. Both have memorials in Washington, D.C., honoring those who participa...