U.S. Forces in Japan Recall Response to Disaster

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March 11 (Bloomberg) -- One year after a magnitude-9 temblor and tsunami hit the north-eastern region of Japan, members of the U.S. Air Force's search and rescue division recall their experiences as early responders to the disaster. More than 24,500 U.S. troops and about 100,000 of Japan's Self Defense Forces participated in a joint rescue operation that came to be known as Operation Tomodachi. U.S. Air Force personnel spoke with Bloomberg's Jacob Adelman at the Kadena Air Base in the prefecture of Okinawa on Feb. 8. (Source: Bloomberg)

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