The lives of #translators who worked for the US military in #Iraq and #Afghanistan are on the line - and they feel abandoned by the US govt. Many have already died because of their service. Colonel (ret) @SteveMiska is one of many fighting to get them out before it's too late. pic.twitter.com/CVhKLzWyK3
— Michael Holmes (@holmescnn) May 23, 2021
Miska, a leading advocate for Afghan and Iraqi Military Interpreters and author of the new memoir “Baghdad Underground Railroad” (Onward Press) speaks with CNN’s Michael Holmes about what the United States owes its allies in-country allies in Afghanistan ahead of U.S. withdrawal.
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