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Leave no one behind

As a Vietnam veteran, I congratulate Kim Henderson for her cover story. I am glad she mentioned the sacrifice and loyalty of Thomas Green’s former fiancée, Debby Hull, who attended his funeral.
    Dick Dickerson / Mechanicsville, Va.

When I opened my mailbox and pulled out your May 20 issue, time stood still and I was back in Vietnam doing search and recovery. I left Vietnam but never forgot those who were left behind. To know that DPAA is actively searching for these heroes gives me hope that more remains can be recovered and returned home.
    Bill Honaker / Blairsville, Ga.

I read your May 20 cover story with great interest and tears in my eyes. I am 77 years old and remember classmates who were killed or never returned from Vietnam. I still cry whenever I hear the national anthem or when we visit Arlington National Cemetery.
    Louise Horner / Selbyville, Del.

My grandpa was in the Vietnam War. Although he returned home safely, I am aware of what could have happened and thus feel strongly for these brave ­families and stand with them in prayer as they are reunited with the loved ones they lost so long ago.
    Grace Leist (age 15) / Hartford, Wis.

Secular strain

I’m surprised that Jenny Lind Schmitt did not mention what God is doing in Israel through One for Israel, Jews for Jesus, Chosen Peoples Ministries, etc. Not just Israelis, but Arabs are ­coming to Christ in ­unprecedented numbers.
    Larry Minter / Milwaukie, Ore.

Kenya’s suicide cult

Thank you for the informative article on Christianity in Kenya. We continue in prayer and hope that the Lord will raise up solid, godly men who will teach the truth of the gospel to Kenyans.
    Susan Stoddard / West Jordan, Utah

Global Briefs

I appreciate the world map. Geography is not my strong suit, so I examine the map to locate where each story is coming from.
    David Anderson / Rochester, Minn.

A new presence in the coach’s corner

Every husband knows that wise women have been coaching men for millennia. It seems only wise that sports teams finally seek the benefits, too!
    Mark A. Jumper / Chesapeake, Va.

Peter Pan & Wendy

Reading Bob Brown’s review perplexed me. Why he worked so hard to defend and make excuses for yet another “modern” product from Disney that castigates and destroys its source material is beyond me.
    Michael Baumgarn / New London, Minn.


Your review said, “The characters use foul words, but the language isn’t pervasive or gratuitous,” but the language is pervasive, a fact that might have been enhanced because we use closed captioning and can read the words going by.
    Kevin P. Kircher / Boise, Idaho

Taking Facebook to court

I found it difficult to reconcile why content moderators are fighting to do a job that requires them to view horrible videos that are psychologically traumatizing. When a worker says it cost him his soul, that should be more than enough to steer clear of doing this kind of work.
    Bill Miller / Winston-Salem, N.C.


James Silberman resigned from Created Equal after the organization gave him the option to leave or be ­terminated (“Ideological enemies,” June 24, p. 69).


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