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In photos: HMCS Protecteur lands in Pearl Harbor

Canadian vessel had to be towed to port after a fire on board

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HMCS Protecteur arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam on March 6 ,2014. The ship was towed by the U.S. Navy ship USS Sioux after a fire disabled it while at sea in Honolulu.

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Commander Julian Elbourne, right, commanding officer of HMCS Protecteur, and Commadore Bob Auchterlonie speak at a news conference after they arrived at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam on March 6, 2014.

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Commander Julian Elbourne, commanding officer of HMCS Protecteur, speaks at a news conference after he arrived at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam on March 6, 2014.

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Crew members of HMCS Protecteur leave the pier after after disembarking at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

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Crew members of HMCS Protecteur leave the pier after after disembarking at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

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Crew members of HMCS Protecteur wait to disembark after after disembarking at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

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HMCS Protecteur is towed into Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on March 6, 2014, after suffering an engine fire aboard the ship while at sea.

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A Canadian sailor looks out a port window while aboard HMCS Protecteur on March 6, 2014.

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Captain Luc Cassivi, middle, greets Royal Canadian Naval Commander Julian Elbourne, Commander of the HMCS Protecteur, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on March 6, 2014, in Honolulu.

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