Letters from Iwo Jima, it is. It is always unbearable for me to see young and beautiful people to lose their lives. When I was young, I always dreaded war because I considered myself physically and mentally weak. Of course, having to serve in a military that is very likely to go to war with China did not help. The possibility was reinforced in 1996 when China shot a few missiles right by Taiwan and Bill Clinton sent two carriers to cruise the Taiwan Strait. That was my senior year in college, about to graduate and enter the Army. War did not happen. I am older now, but ironically stronger both physically and mentally. I might weep through Letters from Iwo Jima or Band of Brothers, but would never misunderstand the lesson: a powerful America is the true guarantee that no young men would again die in vain in war.