Mar 21, 2013

Early Wednesday, the day after the nation paused to remember a war that began exactly a decade ago, the grass and ground in Arlington National Cemetery was still soft as a sponge from the rain that fell Monday evening. As always, it was quiet as a cathedral with the only noise billowing from passenger jets that leaned into the cloudless sky as each departed Reagan airport, soaring above the Pentagon and long rows of the noble dead, lost in a war that began in deceit while they now lie buried in Section 60.

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