On Iwo Jima at the end of his U.S. Marine Corps career, Adam Walker found peace with Japanese servicemembers—the grandsons of America’s one-time enemy.
About Adam Walker
Adam Walker served as a Marine Corps infantryman for 25 years, retiring as a master gunnery sergeant with three tours in Iraq and a Purple Heart. You can read more of his work on his blog.
Entries by Adam Walker
Sgt. Davis reminded me that Marines are part of something greater than themselves and that we are not alone.
Certain days on the calendar, such as April 17, bring clear memories. But these thoughts don’t possess me like they once did.