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U.S. Military's Humanitarian Efforts in Japan
The U.S. military has been working around the clock to aid Japan since last week's devastating earth quake and tsunami.  
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March 18: U.S. Navy sailors and Marines load food and humanitarian supplies onto a Sea Hawk helicopter aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan off the coast of Japan. The USS Ronald Reagan is there providing humanitarian assistance to Japan after an earthquake and tsunami devastated the region.

(AP2011)

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March 18: Sailors load food and humanitarian supplies onto a Sea Hawk helicopter assigned to the Black Knights of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan off the coast of Japan. USS Ronald Reagan is there providing humanitarian assistance to Japan after a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the region.

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March 18: A Sea Knight helicopter takes off from the flight deck of the USS Essex off the coast of Akita prefecture, Japan as they offer humanitarian assistance to the earthquake and tsunami devastated region.

(AP2011)

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March 18: Japanese military unload food aid from a U.S. helicopter, that was dispatched from the the USS George Washington, as it lands near a shelter in the earthquake and tsunami-hit town of Minamisanriku.

(AP2011)

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March 18: U.S. Marines arrive in a convoy from Camp Fuji, central Japan, at Jinmachi military base to assist relief efforts for quake and tsunami victims in Yamagata City, Yamagata Prefecture, northeastern Japan.

U.S. Military's Humanitarian Efforts in Japan

The U.S. military has been working around the clock to aid Japan since last week's devastating earth quake and tsunami.  

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