Operation Tomodachi Photos



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Operation Tomodachi (Japanese for “friendship”) involves 14 U.S. Navy ships, more than 100 aircraft and thousands of U.S. service members either assisting or prepared to assist the Japanese people.

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7 Responses to Operation Tomodachi Photos

  1. cherryblossoms says:

    Thank you, USA!!

  2. Max1mos111 says:

    http://globalbountyhunters.blogspot.com/2011/04/isralie-weapons-bust-at-port-of-ashdod.html

    Linked in here at OODA LOOP. Glad to be of service in first response efforts again.

    Thanks,

    Max

  3. Max1mos111 says:

    http://globalbountyhunters.blogspot.com/2011/04/isralie-weapons-bust-at-port-of-ashdod.html

    Linked in here at OODA LOOP. Glad to be of service in first response efforts again.

    Thanks,

    Max

  4. BW says:

    WONDERFUL work of troops giving humanitarian aid to Japan supported at
    https://AzJapanRelief.terryberry.net
    THANK YOU

  5. BW says:

    WONDERFUL work of troops giving humanitarian aid to Japan supported at
    https://AzJapanRelief.terryberry.net
    THANK YOU

  6. James R. Rhodes says:

    Operation Tomodachi will end up being one of the great success stories of the Japan Crisis and it is very important that future American leaders at every level understand why. This operation has been conducted without bluff, bravado, and bullets. It is low-key and low-impact. It is remarkable for its cooperative spirit, cultural sensitivity, and thoughtful restraint. Everyone involved has a right to be truly proud. Thank you so much!

  7. James R. Rhodes says:

    Operation Tomodachi will end up being one of the great success stories of the Japan Crisis and it is very important that future American leaders at every level understand why. This operation has been conducted without bluff, bravado, and bullets. It is low-key and low-impact. It is remarkable for its cooperative spirit, cultural sensitivity, and thoughtful restraint. Everyone involved has a right to be truly proud. Thank you so much!

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