No Defense staff have been disciplined for the shipments.
The DoD says there is no threat to the general public.
The Pentagon backed up comments made by Defense Sec. Ashton Carter, who told CNN on Sunday that the Iraqi’s in Ramadi lacked the will to fight.
In an inteview with The Atlantic, Obama said that while there have been tactical setbacks against ISIS, ultimately it is because “these are not Iraqi security forces that we have trained or reinforced.”
CENTCOM would not release figures on how large the ISIL attack force was, or how many civilians and ISIL terrorists remain in the city.
“We are monitoring the Iranian ships every step of the way,” Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren told reporters.
ISIL took Ramadi last week during a sandstorm, which prompted Iraqi Security Forces to retreat and abandon over 100 military vehicles, including half a dozen tanks.
And after three incidents in the past month.
It is not clear why the helicopter crashed.
The legislation passed 269-151.