It's a story of forgiveness, healing, closure and respect - one that spans half the globe, and more than half a century. During World War II, 18-year-old US Marine Marty Connor left the savage fighting on the island of Iwo Jima with more than just vivid memories. He and many other Marines took souvenirs from dead enemy soldiers - diaries, photographs, battle flags. But a chance meeting decades later would inspire Connor to send it all back, and then help others do the same. On the receiving end of Connor's shipments to Japan is Masataka Shiokawa, whose father was killed at Okinawa. These two men, from two countries once engaged in a bitter war, don't speak the same language, but they have the same goal: To bring closure, answers, and a connection to relatives of Japan's war dead, who otherwise might never have known the true fate of their loved ones.