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Pentagon: No Reports of Injured American Personnel in Japan Quake

March 11: Earthquake-triggered tsumanis sweep shores along Iwanuma in northern Japan.

March 11: Earthquake-triggered tsumanis sweep shores along Iwanuma in northern Japan.  (AP)

BRUSSELS -- The Pentagon says that U.S. Pacific Command reports all U.S. military personnel in Japan have been accounted for following Friday's earthquake and tsunami. Press secretary

Geoff Morrell says there are no reports of injuries to American personnel there or damage to U.S. installations or ships in the area.

Morrell says U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates was briefed by Pacific Command officials Friday while he was in Brussels to attend a NATO meeting on the Afghanistan war.
The U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet is based in Yokosuka, Japan.