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Capt. John Black, commanding officer for Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment renders one final salute in honor of two Marines and one sailor who lost their lives while conducting security operations in a village near the Iraq-Syria border earlier this month. Their vehicle hit a mine on one of the regions dangerous roadways June 11, 2006. The three servicemen from the Battalion’s Weapons Company were given a memorial service June 14, 2006, at the outpost; Marines call them ‘battle positions,’ where the men worked alongside Iraqi soldiers. Lance Cpl. Brent B. Zoucha, 19, a mortar

Capt. John Black, commanding officer for Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment renders one final salute in honor of two Marines and one sailor who lost their lives while conducting security operations in a village near the Iraq-Syria border earlier this month. Their vehicle hit a mine on one of the regions dangerous roadways June 11, 2006. The three servicemen from the Battalion’s Weapons Company were given a memorial service June 14, 2006, at the outpost; Marines call them ‘battle positions,’ where the men worked alongside Iraqi soldiers. Lance Cpl. Brent B. Zoucha, 19, a mortar Stock Photo
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UPI / Alamy Stock Photo

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W0M8WP

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23.4 MB (1.3 MB Compressed download)

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2336 x 3504 px | 19.8 x 29.7 cm | 7.8 x 11.7 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

24 June 2006

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UPI

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Capt. John Black, commanding officer for Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment renders one final salute in honor of two Marines and one sailor who lost their lives while conducting security operations in a village near the Iraq-Syria border earlier this month. Their vehicle hit a mine on one of the regions dangerous roadways June 11, 2006. The three servicemen from the Battalion’s Weapons Company were given a memorial service June 14, 2006, at the outpost; Marines call them ‘battle positions, ’ where the men worked alongside Iraqi soldiers. Lance Cpl. Brent B. Zoucha, 19, a mortarman from Clarks, Neb., Lance Cpl. Salvador Guerrero, 21, a mortarman from Whittier, Calif., and Navy Hospitalman Zachary M. Alday, 22, a corpsman from Donaldsville, Ga., traveled in the same humvee together on numerous missions, weeding out insurgents in Iraq’s western Al Anbar Province. The Twenty-nine Palms, Calif.-based Marines, partnered with an Iraqi Army unit, have spent nearly three months now conducting counterinsurgency operations in this region and mentoring their Iraqi counterparts to become a self-sustaining force. (UPI Photo/Cpl. Antonio Rosas/US MARINE CORPS)

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