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The U.S. Navy released photographs Monday of the two anchors retrieved from the Ehime Maru, the Japanese fisheries training ship that sank off Hawaii in February after being struck by a U.S. submarine.

The anchors have been stored in the U.S. naval base in Pearl Harbor since the salvage vessel Rockwater 2 returned to port Saturday.

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