UPDATE: Body of Missing U.S. Sailor Found
Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) -- The remains of an American sailor who went missing last week have been found in eastern Afghanistan, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said Tuesday.
"Afghan and coalition forces recovered the remains of a missing ISAF service member Sunday in eastern Afghanistan after an extensive search," the ISAF statement said. The search continues for the other service member, according to ISAF.
ISAF has not identified the missing service members or their nationalities, but the U.S. Navy confirmed Sunday that they are American sailors.
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