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FILE - In this photo released by the U.S. Navy, crew members of the USS Pueblo hold up their hands while in captivity in North Korea in 1968. Many of the crew who served on the vessel, then spent 11 months in captivity in North Korea, want to bring the Pueblo home. Throughout its history, they argue, the Navy’s motto has been “don’t give up the ship.” The Pueblo, in fact, is still listed as a commissioned U.S. Navy vessel, the only one being held by a foreign nation. (AP Photo/US Navy)