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Okinawa – 10 May 1945. Pfc Paul E. Ison, L 3/5, 1st MarDiv, dashes across open ground in Death Valley. On this date, 3/5 was attached to the 7th Marines.   According to the information supplied to the press with this photo, "The Marines sustained more than one hundred twenty-five casualties in eight hours while crossing this valley on Okinawa."

Okinawa – 10 May 1945. Pfc Paul E. Ison, L 3/5, 1st MarDiv, dashes across open ground in Death Valley. On this date, 3/5 was attached to the 7th Marines. According to the information supplied to the press with this photo, "The Marines sustained more than one hundred twenty-five casualties in eight hours while crossing this valley on Okinawa."

Marine SSgt. Theodore S. Holder II, 27, of Littleton, Colorado. Died November 11, 2004, serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Assigned to 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regt 1st Marine Div, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, California. Died of wounds sustained when hit multiple times by enemy machinegun fire in Fallujah, Anbar Province, Iraq. (RECIPIENT OF THE SILVER STAR "FOR CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY AND INTREPIDITY IN ACTION AGAINST THE ENEMY".)

Marine SSgt. Theodore S. Holder II, 27, of Littleton, Colorado. Died November 11, 2004, serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Assigned to 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regt 1st Marine Div, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, California. Died of wounds sustained when hit multiple times by enemy machinegun fire in Fallujah, Anbar Province, Iraq. (RECIPIENT OF THE SILVER STAR "FOR CONSPICUOUS GALLANTRY AND INTREPIDITY IN ACTION AGAINST THE ENEMY".)

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