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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 22, 2019) An aerial view of the U.S. 7th Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, in support of Pacific Vanguard (PACVAN), May 22, 2019. PACVAN is the first of its kind quadrilateral exercise between Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Naval forces. Focused on improving the capabilities of participating countries to respond together to crisis and contingencies in the region, PACVAN prepares the participating maritime forces to operate as an integrated, capable, and potent allied force ready to respond to a complex maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jasen Moreno-Garcia/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 22, 2019) An aerial view of U.S. Naval Base Guam shows U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Republic of Korea navy vessels moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, in support of Pacific Vanguard (PACVAN), May 22, 2019. PACVAN is the first of its kind quadrilateral exercise between Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Naval forces. Focused on improving the capabilities of participating countries to respond together to crisis and contingencies in the region, PACVAN prepares the participating maritime forces to operate as an integrated, capable, and potent allied force ready to respond to a complex maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jasen Moreno-Garcia/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 22, 2019) An aerial view of U.S. Naval Base Guam shows U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Republic of Korea navy vessels moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, in support of Pacific Vanguard (PACVAN), May 22, 2019. PACVAN is the first of its kind quadrilateral exercise between Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Naval forces. Focused on improving the capabilities of participating countries to respond together to crisis and contingencies in the region, PACVAN prepares the participating maritime forces to operate as an integrated, capable, and potent allied force ready to respond to a complex maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jasen Moreno-Garcia/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 22, 2019) An aerial view of U.S. Naval Base Guam shows U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Republic of Korea navy vessels moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, in support of Pacific Vanguard (PACVAN), May 22, 2019. PACVAN is the first of its kind quadrilateral exercise between Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Naval forces. Focused on improving the capabilities of participating countries to respond together to crisis and contingencies in the region, PACVAN prepares the participating maritime forces to operate as an integrated, capable, and potent allied force ready to respond to a complex maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jasen Moreno-Garcia/Released)
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SANTA RITA, Guam (May 22, 2019) An aerial view of U.S. Naval Base Guam shows U.S. Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Republic of Korea navy vessels moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, in support of Pacific Vanguard (PACVAN), May 22, 2019. PACVAN is the first of its kind quadrilateral exercise between Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and U.S. Naval forces. Focused on improving the capabilities of participating countries to respond together to crisis and contingencies in the region, PACVAN prepares the participating maritime forces to operate as an integrated, capable, and potent allied force ready to respond to a complex maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jasen Moreno-Garcia/Released)
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WEST BETHESDA, Md. (May 7, 2019) Naval District Washington security forces officers aim imitation firearms while approaching unauthorized personnel during an anti-terrorism training team exercise at Naval Support Facility Carderock. (U.S. Navy photo by Elizabeth Kearns/Released)
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WEST BETHESDA, Md. (May 7, 2019) A Naval District Washington security forces officer searches an unauthorized vehicle during an anti-terrorism training team exercise at Naval Support Facility Carderock. (U.S. Navy photo by Elizabeth Kearns/Released)
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WEST BETHESDA, Md. (May 7, 2019) A Naval District Washington security forces officer approaches a Sailor acting as a hostage during an anti-terrorism training exercise at Naval Support Facility Carderock. (U.S. Navy photo by Elizabeth Kearns/Released)
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WEST BETHESDA, Md. (May 7, 2019) A Naval District Washington security forces officer communicates over radio while attempting to deescalate a simulated hostage situation at Naval Support Facility Carderock. (U.S. Navy photo by Elizabeth Kearns/Released)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (May 4, 2019) Containment and absorbent booms surround a Boeing 737 aircraft in the St. Johns River after the aircraft slid off the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, May 3, 2019. All 143 passengers aboard the flight from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba were rescued. National Transportation Safety Board officials are on scene leading the investigation. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Thomas A. Higgins/Released)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (May 4, 2019) A Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 143 passengers from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, sits in the St. Johns River after sliding off the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, May 3, 2019. All of the passengers were rescued by fire and emergency personnel. National Transportation Safety Board officials are on scene leading the investigation. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Thomas A. Higgins/Released)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (May 3, 2019) Navy and local emergency services personnel responded to a Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 136 passengers and seven crew from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after it slid off the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida into the St. Johns River May 3. All passengers and crew are alive and accounted for. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Thomas A. Higgins/Released)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (May 3, 2019) Passengers and crew receive initial medical evaluations and debriefing in hangar 117 on board Naval Station Jacksonville, Fla., after their Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 136 passengers and seven crew from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off the runway and into the St. Johns River May 3. Navy and local emergency services personnel responded. All passengers and crew are alive and accounted for. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Monica R. Hopper/Released)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (May 3, 2019) A Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 136 passengers and seven crew from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida into the St. Johns River May 3. Navy and local emergency services personnel responded. All passengers and crew are alive and accounted for. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Thomas A. Higgins/Released)
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