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1st Battalion/23rd Marine Regiment

Editor's Note: Politics1 "adopted" the 1st Battalion/23rd Marines -- an infantry regiment of reservists from Texas (and neighboring states) deployed to Iraq in August 2004. Lt James Crabtree, a regular Politics1 reader, belongs to the battalion and he submits regular dispatches to us. Anything you can do to show support for these brave yound men and women is greatly appreciated (regardless of whether or not you support the war). If you'd like to send them any care packages -- and they'd certainly be appreciated -- please send them to: Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 -- and James will distribute whatever you send to many of the Marines in the 1/23d.

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JANUARY 25, 2005 - REPORT FROM IRAQ: AT LAST, A RETURN TO UPBEAT NEWS. Our special correspondent Lt. James Crabtree of the 1/23 Marines writes home this time with some news ... about the 1/23 being in the news.

Dear Politics1.com Friends,

All is well here. I've just got a quick update today with some stuff that is happening right now that I wanted to share with everyone. We currently have a three-person news crew here from WABC in NYC, as well as Ed Hendee from KSEV 700 AM in Houston. This is great for our Marines' morale (and for the morale of our families back home).

Jim Dolan and his crew from WABC have already filed several stories from the dam, both live and taped. They've been along with the Marines on vehicle check points and a mission into one town to distribute information on the upcoming Iraqi elections. The stories are well done and give a good feel for what it is like here. You can view these television pieces at the main WABC website or by going to the personal website of WABC cameraman Joe Tesauro. This crew will be here with us through the election and they are thrilled at the stories they have been able to do thus far. They are also working on sending this footage to the local ABC affiliates in Texas.

The other big news today is that radio talk show host Edd Hendee just arrived here from Houston. He hosts a show on KSEV -- one of the popular stations in Houston -- and will be doing his show live from the dam over the next two days. Mr. Hendee intends to get as many Marines and Sailors on the air as possible. You can listen to these programs live via the stationís website. I had no idea he would be doing live shows from here. This is very exciting for our troops and I'm sure their friends and families will feel the same way. Mr. Hendee also has quite an impressive bio. You can check it out on the station's webpage.

I havenít had time to write a new profile, but I really wanted to share this time-sensitive information with everyone as soon as possible. It's amazing how many people read these updates. "Marine Mom" Mary Skelton -- who was mentioned in the last update -- wrote to tell me that she got over 500 hits on her www.thegatorproject.org website as soon as her efforts to send neckgators over here was posted online here on Politics1. Many people also made generous contributions to keep her great program going.

For those that like photos, Iíve attached a couple of pictures -- above and below -- from a giant sandstorm at the dam today. It made it look like we were living in a giant vacuum cleaner bag.

Thank you as always for all of your support!

Semper Fi,
James

We appreciate that James continues to share his experience in Iraq. If you'd like to send the 1/23d any care packages, please address the packages to Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 ... and James will ensure that whatever you ship gets distributed to the Marines in the 1/23. The 1/23 Marines are scheduled to remain in Iraq until March 2005.
Posted by Ron Gunzburger - 1.25.05 |


JANUARY 21, 2005 - REPORT FROM IRAQ: AT LAST, A RETURN TO UPBEAT NEWS. Our special correspondent Lt. James Crabtree of the 1/23 Marines has some good news, for a change.

Dear Politics1.com Friends,

Hello from the soon to be most famous "swing state" in the world, where polling places with provisional ballots (or hanging, pregnant, or dimpled chads), and whether or not a candidate complied with the laws of the Federal Election Commission would be the least of everyone's worries. As our battalion continues to carry out its duties here in the Anbar Province -- and the world turns its attention to the Iraqi elections -- I thought I'd take this time to share more of the untold stories of this war. Today I was lucky to finally be able to spend some time with the Devil Dogs in our motor transport section that literally keep our unit on the move. I'll get to their profile here in just a second.

First, I want to let you know that I've had some great emails from Capt. Jon Kuniholm and his family. He's in great spirits and it looks like the surgeries have gone very well. He and his family were even featured on the front page of his hometown Durham Herald newspaper last week in NC. Iíve also received more very nice letters and emails from everyone out there that reads these updates. I want to especially thank everyone who expressed how sorry they are about the loss of some of our Marines. We will never forget your kindness and support during these times.

In one of the letters I received, a lady from Massachusetts thanked me for writing about everything from the "goofy to the gut-wrenching." I really liked that line. Speaking of goofy (and there is more than enough silly stuff over here to fill a comedian's monologue) we have audio speakers in our rooms here in the dam that are connected to a dam-wide P.A. system. In many of the rooms the speakers are broken or the wires are cut. In the room that I share with my two roommates, our speaker works quite well. In the afternoons the P.A. is commonly in use by the Arabic-speaking Iraqi dam workers. Recently, Capt Bilyeu rejoined us from America after recovering from a badly broken thumb caused by fragmentation when a suicide car bomb detonated. Well, the Captain did not realize that the speaker was hooked up and thus, while sitting in the room and working on his laptop, he was shocked to hear a quick and sudden announcement in Arabic. Iím not sure if he though we were being over run or not, but it made me laugh. I know it surprised me a bit too the first time I heard one. Itís probably something mundane like ďHassem, bring the socket wrench to the generator room.Ē At least I hope it is.

Now itís time for the center piece of this update: the promised profile of the Marines of Motor-T. Iíve been saying for a while now that Iíd write a story on them -- and finally Iíve been able to do so.


The Motor-T group photo. Front row (left to right): Cpl Torres, Sgt Battalia, SSgt Stone, Cpl Montana, Sgt Comsiford, Sgt Gandolfi, Cpl Esparza, LCpl Landin, and GySgt Conkins. Middle row: SSgt Gratehouse, GySgt Dennison, LCpl Wiggins, LCpl Lehmkuhle, LCpl Bones, Cpl Mulhern, Capt Vital, LCpl Norman, Cpl Wingard, Sgt Saucedo, and 1stLt Phillips. Back row: LCpl Abreu, Sgt Parrish, PFC Mercedes, mystery Marine, LCpl Peavy, LCpl Hoylfield, LCpl Reyes, LCpl Conejo, Cpl Stefanic, and SSgt Ritchie.

These Marines work 24/7 operations. Without them, our battalion would be useless. One of our main tasks is to keep the roadways safe -- and that is done in part by constant patrols. The Marines in the motor pool are therefore constantly busy. While walking around I was able to speak with 29-year-old Sergeant David Saucedo of Houston. Sgt Saucedo (not the one that made the book shelves) was working on some tires when I spoke with him. He told me when we first got here, our battalion went through 150 tires a month. Over time, as our mechanics were able to fix the steering and alignments of the vehicles we inherited from our predecessor, the number dropped to around 25 per week, just through normal wear and tear. "I'm a mechanic and when we first got here, only a handful of the Marines were mechanics -- and they had very little training. Very green. Since we've been here, theyíve really learned a lot and we've come together very well to get the job done,Ē said Sgt Saucedo. He also added that his wife reads these updates regularly, along with their five children (his wife just had their fifth child while he has been here). Like many of our Marines, this will make his homecoming extra sweet.

The Motor-T section is headed by Captain Vital, also from Houston. One aspect of his section that Capt Vital is very proud of is how an active duty Truck Platoon from Camp Lejeune has been able to merge in seamlessly with his reserve Marines. "We get along great. Itís impressive to see how these Marines come together" It doesnít take much for one to see how busy they can be. In the garage area is a HMMWV being repaired after a suicide car bomb badly damaged it. None of the Marines were seriously hurt, but the windshield and the engine needed some work. 1stLt Clark Phillips, 25, is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and he jokes that heís the ďMayor of Whoville.Ē

The Motor-T Marines live in their own area (above) of the dam compound, away from everyone else. In a way it is like their own little camp. Some of the Marines sleep in an underground bomb shelter. There is a basketball hoop made out of an old piece of metal and clothes dry on the lines. In the distance you can see the town of Haditha and just around the corner is a bullet-riddled display area (below) where Saddam Husseinís photo once greeted all those that entered the dam compound.

While walking into another building of Whoville, there is smoke in the air -- but the Marines say itís no big deal. "Just another electrical fire from Haji wiring." laughed one Marine. The damís "Fix-It-Up Chappy" -- SSgt Gratehouse -- is a resident of the Motor-T Whoville and was hard at work fixing the problem. Any time an electrical or plumbing issue arises, inevitably SSgt Gratehouse is the one that solves the problem. Unfortunately for him, he stays fairly well employed with tasks that would make an OSHA inspector cringe.

The Marines in Motor-T are also the ones responsible for driving the battalionís large 7-ton trucks on all of the convoys. Theyíve become adept at dealing with traffic, looking for mines, and turning wrenches. These Marines, like many others, are the backbone of a battalion. Youíll never see them getting a lot of glory, but they deserve a lot of thanks.

One finallnote before we wrap up today's report. Mrs. Mary Skelton -- the Mom of one of our Marines -- has taken it upon herself to outfit every Marine in the battalion with a hand-knitted neck-gator. These fleece gators are very warm and highly popular with the Marines. Sheís already garnered a good deal of attention in her native Vermont and many people have been volunteering to help out. She even has her own website at www.thegatorproject.org. Please check it out. I know Ethan Allen and the old Green Mountain Boys would be proud!

Thank you, as always, for all of your prayers and support. You really learn who your friends are at a time like this.

Semper Fi,
James

We appreciate that James continues to share his experience in Iraq, even if it isn't always good news. If you'd like to send the 1/23d any care packages, please address the packages to Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 ... and James will ensure that whatever you ship gets distributed to the Marines in the 1/23. The 1/23 Marines are scheduled to remain in Iraq until March 2005.
Posted by Ron Gunzburger - 1.21.05 |


JANUARY 17, 2005 - REPORT FROM IRAQ: YET MORE SOMBER NEWS. Our special correspondent Lt. James Crabtree of the 1/23 Marines had the war strike painfully close this week.

Dear Politics1.com Friends,

I've never viewed myself as a writer and when I sit down at my laptop to pound out a few words to the readers out there, I try to picture my friends and family, and what they would want to know about life here in Iraq. Well, the hardest thing I've ever had to write is when trying to express the sorrow and regret we feel over losing some of our fellow Marines.


LCpl Juan Rodriguez

This past Thursday Lance Corporals Matthew Holloway (age 21) of Fulton, Texas, and Juan Rodriguez-Velasco (age 23) of El Cenizo, Texas -- both members of Charlie Company -- were killed near Hit when their vehicle was struck by an IED (improvised explosive device). Both of these Marines were hard working and heroic and I can't summon the words to convey my feelings. I didn't know them personally, but I know what type of people they were: they were the type who would fight for those things that matter most and one that is unselfish in an era of increasing instant gratification and lack of perspective.


LCpl Matthew Holloway, with some local Iraqi men.

Maybe in some small way their names and photos mentioned here will let folks know about their lives and their sacrifice. Just like the other Marines we have lost, we will not forget them. Speaking just for myself, their deaths make me want to work harder to ensure that what we are doing here is not in vain. I want their families and friends to always remember that the Marine Corps and our nation are in their debt.

I've felt a lot of anger over the Marines we've lost here and I can't explain it. It's too complicated, I guess. As most folks know, the elections are coming here soon, but what they may not know is that the terrorists continue to threaten to kill anyone that votes. I can not even comprehend what that must be like -- and I don't think most folks back home can either.

Our Marines over here are heroes to me. I'm being honest when I say I'm humbled to be here with them. I wish everyone could see them up close on these never ending patrols through a hostile land; see them on post at night or on the radio watches; see them making the food or fixing the trucks; see them patrolling the river or pouring over maps and checkpoints. I think it would inspire even the most surly and dyspeptic person and give them a new sense of gratitude for what they have in their lives.

On the KRIS-TV website (the local NBC affiliate in Corpus Christi) is a story about LCpl Holloway. There is also a moving story about LCpl Rodriguez in Sunday's Laredo Morning Times (first part, second part). Please read the articles, if you can, because they will give you a better feel for who these two young men were. I've also included below the addresses to the Marine Reserve Center in Corpus Christi. If you wish to send a card or flowers to the families, you may mail it to the Reserve center and they will pass them along for you. I'm also enclosing the address for the Austin Reserve center in case anyone wishes to do the same for Cpl Fite and Cpl Kolda from Weapons Company, or for LCpl Parrello of the Small Craft Company.

Family of LCpl Holloway and/or LCpl Rodriguez
c/o Maj McFall
Charlie Company 1/23
1430 Dimmit Dr. Suite 134
Corpus Christi, TX 78419

Family of Cpl Kolda and/or Cpl Fite
c/o Capt Schumacher
Weapons Company 1/23
4601 Fairview Drive
Austin, TX 78731

Family of LCpl Parrello
c/o Inspector-Instructor, Company G
2d Battalion, 25th Marines
Picatinny Arsenal, Building 3306
Dover, NJ 07801-3306


The Marines of MAP 2

Finally, I want to show you a photo I really like of MAP 2 (Mobile Assault Platoon 2). These men are primarily from the Austin area and Oklahoma and are the unit with which Cpl Kolda belonged. The Marines recently posed for this photo on the bottom deck of the dam, along with a couple of their vehicles. They are some of the warriors and peace keepers that patrol the roads here and seek to keep this area safe. It's a tough job -- and a pretty thankless one at that. They do it outstandingly well and are proud of their service. May God bless them and all of their families and loved ones.

Thank you, as always, for reading this update. I think it makes me feel better to write to yíall and I hope maybe it causes you to feel proud of your United States Marines.

Until next time, take care.

Semper Fi,
James

We appreciate that James continues to share his experience in Iraq, even if it isn't always good news. If you'd like to send the 1/23d any care packages, please address the packages to Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 ... and James will ensure that whatever you ship gets distributed to the Marines in the 1/23. The 1/23 Marines are scheduled to remain in Iraq until March 2005.
Posted by Ron Gunzburger - 1.17.05 |


JANUARY 13, 2005 - REPORT FROM IRAQ: ANOTHER LOSS, BUT ALSO SOME OTHER NEWS. Our special correspondent Lt. James Crabtree of the 1/23 Marines had the war strike painfully close this week.

Dear Politics1.com Friends,

One of the best quotes from the Civil War came from future Supreme Court Chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: "We have shared the incommunicable experience of war. We have felt, we still feel, the passion of life to its top. In our youths, our hearts were touched by fire." This famous line was featured prominently in Ken Burnsí Civil War TV series on PBS in 1990 and our battalion is using it on our memorial for all of our Marines that fall here in Iraq.


Corporal Joseph Hite, in the city of Hit (pronounced Heat)
during a Civil Affairs Group visit into the town.

Sadly, this past Sunday, we added another name to that list of fallen brothers. Corporal Joseph Fite was a 23 year-old native of Round Rock, Texas. By all accounts he was a great Marine and was proud of his service here. He was a bicycling enthusiast and a huge fan of Lance Armstrong. In fact, he often wore the yellow "Livestrong" bracelet on his wrist. On Tuesday, at our sunrise memorial service for Cpl Fite, one of the Marines spoke of how that Livestrong bracelet represented Cpl Fite because he "always lived strong."


Above is a photo I took of all our Marines lining up to walk past the memorial marker and salute Cpl Fite one last time. The marker is comprised of an inverted rifle stuck in a box full of sand with a helmet on the buttstock and dog tags with the Marinesí name hung off the rifle. There is a pair of empty boots placed at the base. Just out of the shot is a Marine facing the memorial and saluting. Each Marine would march forward. Stop and right face and execute a salute. It was a very quiet and beautiful morning for the service.

Frankly, it doesnít get any easier writing updates like this and Iím very sorry that this is now two in a row like this that Iíve had to write. I just hope and pray that his family and loved ones find peace and that they know that their son is a hero to all of us in this battalion. We will carry his memory with us forever, just like we have for our other fallen Marines, and we will always do our utmost to honor them. There was a story in the Tuesday, January 11th edition of the Austin American-Statesman in which his dad -- a Vietnam Vet -- spoke about his son. Itís pretty moving. Here is the link. You need a password to access it, but its free.

In other news, I apologize but I still have not had the chance to do a story on the Marines of our Motor-T section. Be assured that they are my next profile. Things just seem to keep getting in the way of that for me. They are some great Marines and Iím eager to take some photos of them and write up a story that details the superlative job they have been doing for our battalion.

I do have a couple of other cool items to share in this update. The first is that reporter Joe Giordono from Stars and Stripes had a good stay with us last week. He wrote several stories on our unit that can be found on their website. Here is the link to the first one in which he writes about our dam. He has some good photos in there, too. Click here to read the article..

Weíve also got a reporter named Ed Hendee of KSEV 700 AM in Houston coming out to be embedded with us soon, as well as a reporter and crew from WABC in New York City. This is heady stuff for us. Iíll give you more details as I have them. WABC is the largest ABC affiliate in the nation and many of their stories get picked up by ABC affiliate stations across the country. They plan to do some live reports from here, so I hope that works out.

Another nice thing to tell about this week is the new and improved Andy Dufresne Library. Sgt Saucedo of the S-4 shop is a carpenter in the civilian world (or 1st CivDiv as Marines jokingly call it) and he used his skills to make some splendid shelves and magazine racks, as shown above. The room now has a light in it too and was fully mopped out. It looks great. This may very well be the best library in all of the Anbar Province. Weíve got plenty of room for more books and we will leave the library for the battalion that replaces us. About 95% of the books are fiction, so some non-fiction books that are related to sports, history, current events, politics, cars, hunting and fishing, and biographies would be great to have. Thank you to everyone that has contributed to the library. And, just like in The Shawshank Redemption, we have a ton of Readerís Digest abridged books, too. Itís good stuff.

Finally, I want to add a personal note of thanks to Ron for adopting this battalion. I know heís just announced his retirement from the website for awhile and Iím very grateful that he has allowed me to keep sending in updates on our Marines and sailors. It means the world to us and our families and friends. I first found Politics1.com back in 1998 and have read it regularly since. Iím a huge politico and the updates and links his site has are invaluable. They truly allowed me to stay connected to Texas and national politics for the four years I was on active duty and could only make it home to Texas once. Iím not kidding when I say I think his site is the best political news and reference site out there. I donít know how he did it. Ron, thanks for all of your support!

Until next time, take care. We continue to get a good deal of letters and care packages here and we are very grateful for that. Thank you to everyone out there! Our thoughts and prayers are with Cpl Fiteís family and friends.

Semper Fi,
James

We appreciate James sharing what was clearly a very personal topic for him. If you'd like to send the 1/23d any care packages, please address the packages to Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 ... and James will ensure that whatever you ship gets distributed to the Marines in the 1/23. The 1/23 Marines are scheduled to remain in Iraq until March 2005.
Posted by Ron Gunzburger - 1.12.05 |


JANUARY 5, 2005 - REPORT FROM IRAQ: SOME SOMBER NEWS FROM HADITHA DAM. Our special correspondent Lt. James Crabtree of the 1/23 Marines had the war strike painfully close this week.

Dear Politics1.com Friends,

Hello again from the Haditha Dam. I hope you had a good New Year.

Our battalion has suffered a tragedy since I was last able to write you. On New Yearís Day some of our Marines from the Small Craft Platoon were on a regular river patrol when one of their Marines was shot in the leg. LCpl Fallonís wound was minor and after he was evacuated the platoon continued on with their patrol. Later on, while on the shore, there was an explosion. LCpl Brian Parrello (right), a native of New Jersey, was killed and three others were wounded. Two of the wounded will make full recoveries, but the third, Captain Jon Kuniholm from Durham, NC, was badly hurt. He later lost his right arm from the elbow down.

This is not easy to write about. LCpl Parrello is only the second Marine we have lost here. He was an active duty Marine from the Small Craft Company in Camp Lejeune and his death will not be forgotten by us. We had a memorial service at sunrise yesterday and it looked and felt just like the one we did for Cpl Kolda. Every member of the battalion was present unless they were on duty or on patrol. It was a very nicely done and heartfelt memorial. I just hope that none of us has to see another ceremony like that.

Let me write a little more about Capt Kuniholm. Jon is my best friend in the battalion. Thereís no other way to put it. His being wounded hit me pretty hard and it wasnít until hours later that we knew Jon would live. As the battalion adjutant I did the casualty reports on the Marines, and it was difficult to see his name on them. As Jon's two roommates, Capt Lennon and I had to pack up all of his personal items to mail them home. I know Iíve never experienced something like this before. It was particularly emotional to take down the photos of him with his wife and their 4-year-old son -- and his sonís drawings -- while we still didnít know what the outcome would be. Neither of us knew that the Captain had gone out with the Small Craft Marines and we didnít know heíd been hurt until they had already been medically evacuated. We saw the helicopter with the red cross on it fly off, but only found out minutes later that Jon was on it.


Captain Kuniholm performed for us on New Year's Eve.

Everyone here in the battalion wishes to reach out to LCpl Parrelloís and Capt Kuniholmís friends and families and let them know how honored we are to have served with men like them. This picture of Capt Kuniholm is the only one Iíd ever taken of him. The picture was from the night before the incident when Jon played some songs for us at the New Yearís Eve talent show.

Major Whitnam -- the company commander for the Small Craft Marines -- posts a website with a better account of what happened and who was injured. I donít have the heart to share any more about it on here. The address is http://smallcraft.tripod.com.

In other news, one of our snipers -- Sgt Herbert Hancock (right) -- was recently recognized on the official Marine Corps website for his amazing skills in combat. The story can be found here. Also, Mr Sacco left us today to head home and finish his story for The Guardian newspaper. He enjoyed his stay with us -- and the feeling was mutual. We also picked up a new reporter today -- Mr Joe Giordono -- is a civilian reporter with The Stars and Stripes newspaper and he will be living with us for about five days. We look forward to being able to show him around the dam and our area of operations.

Thank you once more for your thoughts and prayers. They mean a great deal to all of us over here and to all of the families and loved ones back home.

Semper Fi,
James

We appreciate James sharing what was clearly a very personal topic for him. If you'd like to send the 1/23d any care packages, please address the packages to Lt Crabtree, 1/23 H&S Co, Unit 41900, FPO, AP 96426-1900 ... and James will ensure that whatever you ship gets distributed to the Marines in the 1/23. The 1/23 Marines are scheduled to remain in Iraq until March 2005.


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