I attended an annual Civil War Reenactment recently and spied this front to a soldier's jacket. He's a private in Company A, Third Regiment Volunteer Infantry. Growing up, 'playing army' in the back fields was always a rite of a long summer. We had uniforms, canteens, maps and hand-made weapons of wood. We'd entertain ourselves for hours with various daring maneuvers and secret reconnaissance missions along Gulliver's Pond. Sometimes we even took our rafts to water in our elaborate war games. After a morning chock full war, it was time for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and cherry Kool-Aid in the mess hall.