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A decade later, 3/11 disaster a testament to US-Japan alliance

Unprecedented time of crisis brought humanity to life

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A U.S. Navy helicopter pilot presents a teddy bear to a baby during Operation Tomodachi on Mar. 22, 2011: the way the U.S. stepped up to help Japan brought humanity to life.   © AP

Dr. Joshua W. Walker is president and CEO of Japan Society.

Today marks the 10th anniversary of 3/11: the Mar. 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami, and nuclear disaster that devastated the Tohoku region of northeastern Japan.

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