American service members reflect on their time in Afghanistan.
America has always had one foot out the door in Afghanistan.
If no action is taken, we are, in effect, sentencing our interpreters to death at the hands of the Taliban.
I was deployed in Afghanistan, and by the end, I thought the situation was hopeless. But my cynicism eventually melted away, as I suppose America’s will.
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