The Coast Guard Cutter Anacapa crew douses the adrift Japanese vessel with water after a gunnery exercise in the Gulf of Alaska 180 miles west of the Southeast Alaskan coast April 5, 2012. The crew was successful and sank the vessel at 6:15 p.m. in 6,000 feet of water by using explosive ammunition and filling it with water. .Mandatory Credit: Charly Hengen / USCG via CNP
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The Coast Guard Cutter Anacapa crew douses the adrift Japanese vessel with water after a gunnery exercise in the Gulf of Alaska 180 miles west of the Southeast Alaskan coast April 5, 2012. The crew was successful and sank the vessel at 6:15 p.m. in 6,000 feet of water by using explosive ammunition and filling it with water. .Mandatory Credit: Charly Hengen / USCG via CNP

Filename: 040512Ghost-Ship-Sinking03.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 5 Apr 2012
Location: Gulf of Alaska Alaska United States of America
Credit: Charly Hengen - U.S. Coast Guard via CNP
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