US Navy 110320-N-OB360-166 An aerial view of ships washed ashore and overturned at a port near the Japan Air Self-Defense Force Matsushima Air Base



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English: NORTHERN JAPAN (March 20, 2011) An aerial view of ships washed ashore and overturned at the port of Ishinomaki near the Japan Air Self-Defense Force Matsushima Air Base. The air base is serving as a refueling station for CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters assigned to Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron (HMM) 265 as they conduct humanitarian assistance missions in Northern Japan as part of Operation Tomodachi. (U.S. navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ben Farone/Released)
  • An aerial view of port in Ishinomaki, Miyagi, Japan. This image is taken from the sky in NIshihamachou area of Ishinomaki City toward inland. The upper part of image is not a sea, there is a flooded land.

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Date March 20, 2011
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Author U.S. navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ben Farone

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38° 24' 31.9" N, 141° 15' 9.6" E

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