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Japanese sailors aboard the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) training vessel JDS Kashima (TV 3508) stand in ranks after docking in Pearl Harbor. Three ships assigned to the JMSDF arrived in Pearl Harbor for a three-day port visit to broaden mutual understanding and friendship between the countries. Crew members assigned to the ships will lay wreaths at the USS Arizona Memorial, Makiki Japanese Naval Graveyard and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. (Pearl Harbour, Hawaii ,May 4, 2004).



4 May, 2004


US Navy




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  • Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution
  • Imperial Japanese Navy
  • Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
  • Japan Self-Defense Forces
  • Naval history of Japan


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