FILE – This Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 file photo shows a rescued Panama-flagged Maximus vessel at the Naval dock yard. It was supposed to be a U.S.-led naval training maneuver off the coast of West Africa when real-life drama intervened, with pirates taking over an oil tanker and turning the exercise into a rescue mission. Navies from the United States, Ghana, Togo and Nigeria tracked the hijacked tanker through waters off five countries before Nigerian naval forces stormed aboard Saturday Feb. 20, 2016 amid a shootout that killed one of the pirates. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, file )

FILE - This Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 file photo shows a rescued Panama-flagged Maximus vessel at the Naval dock yard. It was supposed to be a U.S.-led naval training maneuver off the coast of West Africa when real-life drama intervened, with pirates taking over an oil tanker and turning the exercise into a rescue mission. Navies from the United States, Ghana, Togo and Nigeria tracked the hijacked tanker through waters off five countries before Nigerian naval forces stormed aboard  Saturday Feb. 20, 2016 amid a shootout that killed one of the pirates. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, file )FILE – This Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 file photo shows a rescued Panama-flagged Maximus vessel at the Naval dock yard. It was supposed to be a U.S.-led naval training maneuver off the coast of West Africa when real-life drama intervened, with pirates taking over an oil tanker and turning the exercise into a rescue mission. Navies from the United States, Ghana, Togo and Nigeria tracked the hijacked tanker through waters off five countries before Nigerian naval forces stormed aboard Saturday Feb. 20, 2016 amid a shootout that killed one of the pirates. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, file )

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