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TSUNAMI AVOIDANCE

TSUNAMI AVOIDANCE
The USS O'Kane makes its way out of Pearl Harbor as the state of Hawaii prepares for a possible tsunami generated by an 8.8-magnitude earthquake near Chile. The U.S. Navy ordered four ships based at Pearl Harbor to move out of harm's way as a precautionary measure, but the warning was later canceled, and the ships returned.
U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Mark Logico

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