Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors comforts families of the fallen from throughout at DC Area events over memorial day weekend. : News Photo

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors comforts families of the fallen from throughout at DC Area events over memorial day weekend.

WASHINGTON DC: MAY 25 Christian Durham-Honer, 7, of San Antonio, Texas rests on the District of Columbia War Memorial in Washington, DC on May 25, 2013. Christian and other children participated in a scavenger hunt that led them to different memorial around the National Mall to search for their heroes names, such as the name of a relative who perished at war or even their own name. Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors comforts families of the fallen from throughout at DC Area events over memorial day weekend. A record-breaking 2,200 participants participates in a five day weekend event this year, which offers two camps for children, workshops for adults , and comfort for the families of the service men and women who have died in service to our nation. Attendees include the families of those killed in action, those who died by suicide, and those who perished in training accidents or from sudden illnesses. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON DC: MAY 25 Christian Durham-Honer, 7, of San Antonio, Texas rests on the District of Columbia War Memorial in Washington, DC on May 25, 2013. Christian and other children participated in a scavenger hunt that led them to different memorial around the National Mall to search for their heroes names, such as the name of a relative who perished at war or even their own name. Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors comforts families of the fallen from throughout at DC Area events over memorial day weekend. A record-breaking 2,200 participants participates in a five day weekend event this year, which offers two camps for children, workshops for adults , and comfort for the families of the service men and women who have died in service to our nation. Attendees include the families of those killed in action, those who died by suicide, and those who perished in training accidents or from sudden illnesses. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Christian DurhamHoner of San Antonio Texas rests on the District of... News Photo 169500061Gulf Coast States,Horizontal,Human Interest,Resting,San Antonio,USA,Washington DCPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostWASHINGTON DC: MAY 25 Christian Durham-Honer, 7, of San Antonio, Texas rests on the District of Columbia War Memorial in Washington, DC on May 25, 2013. Christian and other children participated in a scavenger hunt that led them to different memorial around the National Mall to search for their heroes names, such as the name of a relative who perished at war or even their own name. Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors comforts families of the fallen from throughout at DC Area events over memorial day weekend. A record-breaking 2,200 participants participates in a five day weekend event this year, which offers two camps for children, workshops for adults , and comfort for the families of the service men and women who have died in service to our nation. Attendees include the families of those killed in action, those who died by suicide, and those who perished in training accidents or from sudden illnesses. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)