U.S. Admiral Thomas Fargo, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at the time of the incident.
Greeneville transiting the channel at Pearl Harbor.
Greeneville's sail and rudder.
Tipper Gore at the helm of Greeneville during a VIP visit in 1999.
Diagram of Greeneville's control room.
Greeneville's sonar room.
Greeneville's fire control station.
Diagram of Greeneville's control room with crew and DVs at the time of the collision.
View through a periscope.
USS Pittsburgh demonstrates an Emergency Main Ballast Tank Blow.
Admiral (then Vice Admiral) John B. Nathman chaired the panel for the USN court of inquiry into the Ehime Maru collision.
Greenville in drydock to repair damages from the collision.
U.S. Admiral William Fallon traveled to Ehime Prefecture on March 1 & 2 to personally apologize to the victim's families.
Rear Admiral Robert Chaplin (photographed here as a Commander in 1988) traveled to Ehime Prefecture to brief the governor on the results of the US Navy's inquiry into the collision.
RADM Klemm conducts a media briefing about the Ehime Maru salvage operation.
USN Captain Bert Marsh briefs the lift plan for the Ehime Maru recovery operation.
Captain Bert Marsh briefs the Ehime Maru recovery operation.
Japanese Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka visits the Ehime Maru recovery operation.
Ehime Maru salvage operation.
US Navy divers inspect the wreckage of Ehime Maru off Oahu, November 5, 2001.
Nov. 25, 2001 // During the final ceremony of the Ehime Maru aboard JDS Chihaya, representatives from three of the crewmembers' families threw flowers into the water to honor their loved ones.
Ehime Maru memorial in Hawaii
Graphic from the NTSB preliminary investigation.
Diagram of Ehime Maru.
Diagram of damage to Ehime Maru from collision with Greeneville.
Graphic from the NTSB report.
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