So I watched a movie today called Taking Chance. It is a movie directed by a retired Marine Lt. Col about his duty escorting the remains of PFC Chance Phelps home for burial. It was one of the more impactful movies I have watched regarding the war that has engulfed my generation. The dignity and respect shown to this fallen warrior brought tears to my eyes. I dare say it was the greatest movie about the war I have watched because there wasn't all of the action and hell that is combat. It chronicled a part of the war that no one wants to talk about: Those who have lost their lives and those who have to carry on in the wake of their death. Absolutely amazing, I suggest it to anyone and everyone.