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SOUTHKOREA-USA/MILITARY
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September 23, 2022 
Crew members of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan line up to board busses upon its arrival... 
Busan, South Korea 
U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan visits Busan 
Crew members of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan line up to board busses upon its arrival in Busan, South Korea, September 23, 2022. REUTERS/Josh Smith 
PHILIPPINES-USA/COAST GUARD
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August 30, 2022 
USCG National Security Cutter Midgett arrives at a Manila port for the Philippines-U.S. joint coast guard... 
Manila, Philippines 
U.S. cutter arrives at Manila port for joint coast guard drills 
USCG National Security Cutter Midgett arrives at a Manila port for the Philippines-U.S. joint coast guard drills, in Manila, Philippines, August 30, 2022. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California, May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa (R) approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles 
The battleship USS Iowa (R) approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California, May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California, May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa (L) approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles 
The battleship USS Iowa (L) approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California, May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew(UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
USA-BATTLESHIP/IOWA
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May 30, 2012 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in... 
San Pedro, UNITED STATES 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in... 
The battleship USS Iowa approaches the Port of Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, California, May 30, 2012. The battleship USS Iowa served the United States for six decades and carried the late President Franklin Roosevelt across the Atlantic to his historic meeting with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in World War Two. Despite extensive repairs, the 887-foot gray dreadnought is being moved by tug from Richmond, California because a U.S. Navy contract forbids the powerful battleship to be fully operational outside of navy control. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY SOCIETY) 
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