The disappearance of two U.S. Navy sailors who got lost and drove into Taliban terrirtory on Friday appears to have ended very badly: A Taliban spokesman said they ambushed two sailors on Friday, killing one and capturing the other, when the two drove into a militant-controlled area outside Kabul. The spokesman said that a meeting of Taliban leaders will soon be called “to discuss the fate of the captured soldier." Meanwhile, though senior NATO officials are waiting to say what’s happened to the soldiers until they’ve figured out the details, they’ve dispatched troops by air, vehicle, and foot to search for the missing sailors and offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to their return. "We will do all we can, everything we can" to find the missing sailors, said U.S. Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. "We have a large number of forces focused on the return of these two individuals." If the Taliban does indeed have the soldier captured, they’ll likely tout him as proof that the insurgency is winning, as they’ve done with Spc. Bergadahl, whom the Taliban captured last June.