US Navy landing practice at Iwo Jima
The U.S. Navy invited the media to watch tough-and-go practice on the island of Iwo Jima. The simulated aircraft carrier landings are essential training for pilots, and were conducted at the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force base on the island.
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