Things have changed in 200 years. This monument at Arlington is to British Field Marshall Sir John Dill, who played a critical role in cementing the U.S. and British alliance during World War II. His is also buried in Arlington.
Before you think the next generation has lost touch with the sacrifices made, consider hgh school band member Bethany McCormick, who came from Aurora, IL, to play July 4 and who we caught visiting Arlington.
Fireworks may be tradition, but we can never forget those who stood and stand on the front line of freedom to protect this great nation. Yesterday we took a different look at Arlington National Cemetery with that in mind.1