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RIMPAC ships started to pour in at Pearl Harbor on Tuesday. These are sailors that just got off the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson.
Two RIMPAC ships are docked at Pearl Harbor.
A security guard stands at the exit of Hotel Pier. Sailors from the Japanese helicopter destroyer Ise have just got off the ship and are leaving. In the background is the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson.
Sailors come off the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, right. At left is the Japanese helicopter destroyer Ise.
Two destroyers, the USS Chung Hoon, left, and USS Sterett are tied up together.
At left are two destroyers, the USS Chung Hoon and USS Sterett. Any sailor that goes from one ship to the other must salute leaving one and then salute coming aboard the other. At right, the Japanese flag aboard the Japanese helicopter destroyer Ise flies in front of the aircraft carrier, USS Carl Vinson (with the number 70 on it). Each are docked on opposite sides of Hotel pier.
Ensign Yuki Hori, left, and Petty Officer 3rd class Hisamoto Takeyoshi are all smiles after getting off the Japanese helicopter destroyer Ise.
More sailors get off the Japanese helicopter destroyer Ise.
Michael Fujimori, right, and Nakita Charles unload a pallet of supplies.
Two ships are docked and reflected in a pool from showers overnight.