Soldiers' Crosses on a Santa Monica Beach Each Sunday on a beach in Santa Monica, Calif., hundreds of crosses are erected in neat rows of 50 or 60. They symbolize American soldiers killed in the line of duty in Iraq. NPR's Phillip Martin reports.
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Soldiers' Crosses on a Santa Monica Beach

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Each Sunday on a beach in Santa Monica, Calif., hundreds of crosses are erected in neat rows of 50 or 60. They symbolize American soldiers killed in the line of duty in Iraq. NPR's Phillip Martin reports.