Report: US Sailors' Detention by Iranian Forces ‘Wholly Preventable'i
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    Carla Babb
    July 01, 2016 1:43 AM
    A Navy investigation into the detention of 10 U.S. sailors by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps earlier this year has found the incident could have been prevented. Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb reports on the series of failures by both the Navy and the Iranian military as the crew traveled from Kuwait to Bahrain.

    Report: US Sailors' Detention by Iranian Forces ‘Wholly Preventable'

    Published June 30, 2016

    A Navy investigation into the detention of 10 U.S. sailors by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps earlier this year has found the incident could have been prevented. Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb reports on the series of failures by both the Navy and the Iranian military as the crew traveled from Kuwait to Bahrain.


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