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Topic - Amir Rastgari
An Iranian navy commander claims Iran captured two small U.S. drones in past missions in addition to at least four others reported earlier.
Iran's navy issued dozens of warnings to foreign planes and warships that approached its forces during a five-day sea maneuver near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a semiofficial news agency reported Tuesday.
Rastgari claimed most of the data from the unmanned aircraft was recovered.
Adm. Amir Rastgari says the two drones were of the small, low-altitude RQ-11 type, according to the semiofficial Fars news agency.