This undated photo provided by the Turkish military, shows the wheel of the RF-4 Phantom jet which was shot down by Syrian forces June 22, 2012 resting on the seabed. Turkey says Syrian forces shot down the RF-4 plane in international airspace, but Syria insists it was flying low inside Syrian airspace. The bodies of two Turkish pilots were recovered from the seabed on Thursday July 5, 2012 after U.S. ocean explorer Robert Ballard, best known for discovering the wreck of the Titanic, helped locate them nearly two weeks after their jet was shot down by Syria. A Turkish official said Ballard, aboard his deep-sea exploration vessel R/V Nautilus, found the bodies Wednesday 8.6 nautical miles off the Syrian coast after the Turkish navy had pinpointed the area. (AP Photo/Turkish Military, HO)

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This undated photo provided by the Turkish military, shows the wheel of the RF-4 Phantom jet which was shot down by Syrian forces June 22, 2012 resting on the seabed. Turkey says Syrian forces shot down the RF-4 plane in international airspace, but Syria insists it was flying low inside Syrian airspace. The bodies of two Turkish pilots were recovered from the seabed on Thursday July 5, 2012 after U.S. ocean explorer Robert Ballard, best known for discovering the wreck of the Titanic, helped locate them nearly two weeks after their jet was shot down by Syria. A Turkish official said Ballard, aboard his deep-sea exploration vessel R/V Nautilus, found the bodies Wednesday 8.6 nautical miles off the Syrian coast after the Turkish navy had pinpointed the area. (AP Photo/Turkish Military, HO)
This undated photo provided by the Turkish military, shows the wheel of the RF-4 Phantom jet which was shot down by Syrian forces June 22, 2012 resting on the seabed. Turkey says Syrian forces shot down the RF-4 plane in international airspace, but Syria insists it was flying low inside Syrian airspace. The bodies of two Turkish pilots were recovered from the seabed on Thursday July 5, 2012 after U.S. ocean explorer Robert Ballard, best known for discovering the wreck of the Titanic, helped locate them nearly two weeks after their jet was shot down by Syria. A Turkish official said Ballard, aboard his deep-sea exploration vessel R/V Nautilus, found the bodies Wednesday 8.6 nautical miles off the Syrian coast after the Turkish navy had pinpointed the area. (AP Photo/Turkish Military, HO)
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