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Helicopters and special operations teams with sniffer dogs took part in the search, he added.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus on Monday honored four members of a Marine special operations team in a rare public ceremony for those who have served in the covert forces.
The statement also explained that seven military battalions, two special forces battalions, a gendarmerie special operations battalion, two police special operations teams and numerous village guards took part in the operations.
The strike came a few months after a special operations team raid into Pakistan killed Osama bin Laden.
There are also fears that releasing the imagery could put the special operations team that carried out the assault on bin Laden's compound at risk by making them "more readily identifiable in the future".
Afghan and US Special Operations teams take out many Taliban commanders and operators each night but numerous key Haqqani leaders spend all day planning attacks on Americans in Afghanistan-then sleep soundly in their beds in Pakistan, Kirk said.
The leader of Norway's Delta Force anti-terror police unit defended the special operations team and said the breakdown did not cause a significant delay.
But before it even gets to special operations teams, the larger challenge resides in transmitting the data across commercial satellites.