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U.S. Navy’s Damaged Destroyers Rendezvous in Japan

A rather extraordinary sight to behold in Tokyo Bay today as the U.S. Navy’s two damaged destroyers, the USS John S. McCain and USS Fitzgerald, met for the first time since they were involved in separate fatal collisions with merchant ships over the summer. The USS John S. McCain had just arrived from the Philippines aboard […] The post U.S. Navy’s Damaged Destroyers Rendezvous in Japan appeared first on gCaptain.
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