By TAKETSUGU SATO/ Senior Staff Writer
March 12, 2021 at 07:30 JST
A U.S. Navy sailor, left, hugs a rescued tsunami survivor. (Captured from the U.S. Defense Department website)
Operation Tomodachi, the relief effort mounted by U.S. forces to assist Japan in the aftermath of the 3/11 disaster, stands as enduring testimony to close cooperation and what can be achieved without rehearsal in a time of dire need, says Robert Girrier, who commanded the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group during the mission. [Read More]
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