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Apr 7, 2016

Service members salute the funeral cascade for Sgt. John Holladay, a World War II Marine Raider who was killed in action in 1943, as they drive into the National Cemetery in Florence, S.C., where Holladay was laid to rest April 4, 2016. During World War II, Holladay was assigned to Company B, 1st Marine Raider Battalion, 1st Marine Raider Regiment, who fought battles against Japanese positions along the Pacific front where he was killed.

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