We sit at our consoles and play “Gears of War”, but we don’t see images from war. We don’t turn on the news and see the evidence of war, the result of war. Maybe twice a year, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, we’ll go out, we’ll hang our flags, we’ll try to inculcate in our children some sense of national honor for the fallen. But really, we don’t see it. We just don’t see the pictures. There’s no drive-by on the freeway of death up close. So we don’t really see bravery.