The media is being spoon fed info about the drone incident in Iran that changes daily it seems. Now we are told that the drone was in Afghanistan air space and wasn't shot down. OK, so how does Iran come to possess our drone. Assume the drone was over Afghanistan air space and suffered a failure that stopped it's ability to fly (electronics or power plant). As the drone descended emergency chutes automatically deployed at a certain altitude. Prevailing winds then carried the drone the relatively short distance into Iran and thus they can claim any story that sells Iranian newspapers. This would account for the lack of blast, burn and smoke damage of a warhead explosion. It would also account for the "covering" of the bottom of the drone as it would come to rest on it's belly and suffer some impact or drag damage, albeit slight. If this is so then we are entitled to have our drone back. I offer as precedent the defection of a Soviet Union pilot who flew his then state of the art Russian MIG-25 to Japan. After we gleaned what we could we returned the plane. Of course the Iranians are not gentlemen and don't abide by the unwritten code. Some postulate that the craft in the pictures is not a real drone but a mock-up. If so, then who cares.