Ships leave port to participate in RIMPAC

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Ships leave port to participate in RIMPAC

Twenty-two of the world’s navies are taking part in another day of Rim of the Pacific exercises. CCTV’s Nathan King reports from Pearl Harbor as several ships left the port to participate.

Ships leave port to participate in RIMPAC

Ships leave port to participate in RIMPAC

Twenty-two of the world's navies are taking part in another day of Rim of the Pacific exercises. CCTV's Nathan King reports from Pearl Harbor as several ships left the port to participate.

South Korean destroyer heads out to sea

South Korean destroyer heads out to sea

Nathan King reports details about South Korean ship as it leaves port during RIMPAC.

The Japanese Destroyer Kirishima also left port on its way to take part in the biennial maritime exercises. This particular ship was laid down in 1992 and named for Japan’s Mount Kirishima.

For more on RIMPAC and what it means for relations among participating nations, CCTV was joined by Bonnie Glaser. She is Senior Adviser for Asia at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.

Bonnie Glaser talks RIMPAC 2014

Bonnie Glaser talks RIMPAC 2014

For more on RIMPAC and what it means for relations among participating nations, CCTV was joined by Bonnie Glaser. She is Senior Adviser for Asia at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.