Sailor missing missile cruiser of the US Navy, found in the engine room

© Flickr / U.S. Navy / MCS 3rd Class Charles Oklacity cruiser Shiloh of the U.S. Navy. Archival photoSailor missing missile cruiser of the US Navy, found in the engine room© Flickr / U.S. Navy / MCS 3rd Class Charles Oki

A sailor of the U.S. Navy, who a week believed to have fallen overboard and missing, all this time hiding in the engine room, reports CNN.

Petty officer Peter MIMS, who served on a missile cruiser Shiloh, was reported missing on 8 June, when the ship was 180 miles from the Japanese island of Okinawa in the strike group of the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan.

In the rescue operation on search of MIMS in addition to the American Navy was the Navy of the Japanese self-defense forces and units of the Japan coast guard.

When searching in the ocean has been discontinued, the seaman was found in one of the computer rooms of the cruiser. The Navy is investigating the circumstances of the incident. The MIMS was transferred to the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan for a medical examination.

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