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201026-N-NY362-9251.JPG Photo By: Seaman Santiago Navarro

CNRC - 201026-N-NY362-9250 PHILPPINE SEA (Oct. 26, 2020) From left, the Japanese Mashu-class replenishment ship JS Mashu (AOE 425), the Japanese Takanami-class destroyer JS Makinami (DD 112), the Japanese Asahi-class destroyer Shiranui (DD 120) and the Japanese Asagiri-class destroyer JS Amagiri (DD 154) sail in formation behind the Tichonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh (CG 67) during Keen Sword 21. Keen Sword is an example of the strength of the U.S.-Japan Alliance, the foundation of peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region for more than 60 years. The relationships built and maintained during these events are critical to our shared capability to respond to contingencies at a moment’s notice. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Santiago Navarro)


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