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photo: Sep. 9, 2001  //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, shakes hands with a U.S. Navy diver after he presents her with a Navy divers coin.
Sep. 9, 2001  //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, shakes hands with a U.S. Navy diver after he presents her with a Navy divers coin. Mrs. Tanaka viewed diver training and received a breifing on the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. She came to lend her support to the U.S. Navy-led effort. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Sep. 9, 2001  //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, recieves a command coin commemorating her visit from a U.S. Navy diver.
Sep. 9, 2001  //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, recieves a command coin commemorating her visit from a U.S. Navy diver. Mrs. Tanaka came to lend her support and receive an update on the U.S. Navy-led recovery effort. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Sep. 9, 2001 //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, walks with Adm. Thomas B. Fargo, Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet, to view the Crowley 450 diving barge that Navy divers will use for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project.
Sep. 9, 2001 //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, walks with Adm. Thomas B. Fargo, Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet, to view the Crowley 450 diving barge that Navy divers will use for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. Mrs. Tanaka received an update on the recovery efforts and lent her support to the U.S. Navy-led team. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Sep. 9, 2001  //   The foreign minister of Japan, Mrs. Makiko Tanaka, attends a brief on the plans for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project.
Sep. 9, 2001  //   The foreign minister of Japan, Mrs. Makiko Tanaka, attends a brief on the plans for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. Mrs. Tanaka came to lend her support to the U.S. Navy-led effort to recover the remains of the missing crew members. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Sep. 9, 2001 //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, attends a brief on the plans for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project.
Sep. 9, 2001 //  Her Excellency Makiko Tanaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan, attends a brief on the plans for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. She visited Navy diver training to lend her support to the recovery effort. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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image:  Aug. 20, 2001  //   A three-dimensional rendering shows three sites involved in the various stages of the Ehime Maru recovery operation, including the deep water recovery site, the shallow water recovery site and the final relocation site.
Aug. 20, 2001  //   A three-dimensional rendering shows three sites involved in the various stages of the Ehime Maru recovery operation, including the deep water recovery site, the shallow water recovery site and the final relocation site. (U.S. Navy image). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Aug. 16, 2001  //  U.S. Naval Ship Sumner sits in port at the K- pier on U.S. Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI. USNS Sumner is an  Oceanographic Survey Ship that will provide sampling and data during the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. (U.S. Navy photo by PH3 Lolita D. Swain).
Aug. 16, 2001 // U.S. Naval Ship Sumner sits in port at the K- pier on U.S. Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI. USNS Sumner is an Oceanographic Survey Ship that will provide sampling and data during the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Lolita D. Swain). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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