"When you first greet Marine Sergeant Rachel Cole by name, the first thing she does is correct you. "Alves," she says. "I took my husbands name." It matters to her. More than three tours in Afghanistan on traditionally all-male foot patrols as the leader of a 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. EFT. (Female engagement team.) More than her experience under fire, for which she became only the third woman to be awarded the Silver Star since World War II. She wants you to understand that she was married to Doctor Daniel Alves, a trauma surgeon at a Leonx Hill Hospital. That they had been married for less than two hours doesn’t concern her. What matters is that he, and twenty-eight others, family, friends, gathered to celebrate their union, are now dead. She wants that remembered. She wants that answered."