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    AICHI, Japan (March 20, 2011) A large ferry boat rests inland amidst destroyed houses after a 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan March 11. As part of Operation Tomodachi, the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit delivered much-needed relief supplies to the Japanese citizens in the area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Garry Welch/Released)

    leshumainsassocies, IronCurtaiNYC, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Lorenasofia 93 months ago | reply

      Do you mind if my school (North Stafford High School) uses this photo in the yearbook? We are doing a spread on Japan.

    2. Official U.S. Navy Imagery 93 months ago | reply

      Feel free to use the image. Thanks for asking.

    3. Johnny_BG11 91 months ago | reply

      Hi I'm doing a project to help Japan, can I please use this picture?
      Thank you

    4. mhalvorsen0202 89 months ago | reply

      Hello, My name is Mark Halvorsen. I am currently working on building a website
      to help the cause of world hunger. May use this photo on my website?

      Thank you

    5. IronCurtaiNYC 89 months ago | reply

      mhalvorsen0202 This photo is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License, meaning that legallly, you can do whatever you want with the photo as long as you attribute it to the original owner.

    6. IronCurtaiNYC 89 months ago | reply

      Pardon me, I'm making an album of music called "The Aftermath" commercially available and I'm going to have someone make cover art derivative from this image. How shall I be able to attribute the original image to you?

    7. angryparsnip 82 months ago | reply

      To the Official U.S. Navy Imagery.
      I read that you allowed this picture to be used.
      I posted it today on my blog about the one year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami.
      I have family and extended family who live in Japan but live in the south so except for the earthquakes they were all safe.

      I want to Thank You for letting me use this photo.

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