A search-and-rescue effort was launched -- including sending a U.S. Navy vessel inside Iranians waters due to concern the sailors could have been overboard and in the water. The U.S. Navy informed Iranian military vessels in the area they were coming in for a search-and-rescue,[url=http://www.supplycheapjordans.com]cheap jordans 1[/url], the official said. There were "robust bridge-to-bridge communications" during that time, but there was no trouble, the official said.
But it then became known the 10 sailors had been taken ashore and diplomatic efforts to get them out quickly kicked in. The Pentagon is trying to confirm reports that one of the U.S. sailors spoke on bridge-to-bridge radios to the U.S. Navy during the incident.
Both boats were returned to the U.S., and the Navy does not believe the Iranians removed any gear or weapons, the official said.
The U.S. Navy unit was scheduled to return to its home port in San Diego in the next few weeks.
The airing of footage of the incident, which shows the sailors on their knees with their hands up while surrounded by armed Iranian Revolutionary Guards, has generated controversy, with Carter telling reporters Thursday, "Obviously I don't like to see our people being detained by a foreign military."
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