As we remember the last survivor of the Enola Gay, a thought came to me.
Over 200,000 civilians died from the use of two bombs.
The war then stopped.
Today wars go on and on and never end.
Maybe, just maybe, we should worry more about winning the war then about civilian deaths.
War is ugly and people die. That is why you try to avoid them.
But if you go to war, forget with civilian deaths and fight to win.
— Joseph Smith, Arlington