Juliet Wharf Provides Upgraded Facilities for USS Essex, JMSDF Ships and Other Visiting Ships 
Juliet Wharf provides upgraded facilities for the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2), JMSDF Ships and other visiting ship 
 
SASEBO, Japan (Dec. 19, 2010) Vice Adm. Koji Katoh, commander of Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) 3rd District, far left, Rear Adm. Richard Landolt, commander of Amphibious Force U.S. 7th Fleet; Rear Adm. Umio Otsuka, commander of JMSDF Flotilla Group 2; Rear Adm. Hidetoshi Fuchinoue; Capt. Francis Martin, commander, Fleet Activities Sasebo, and local civic leaders cut a ceremonial ribbon, officially opening Juliet Wharf at Fleet Activities Sasebo. Juliet Wharf provides upgraded facilities for the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2), JMSDF Ships and other visiting ships.
 
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