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Afghan baby named ‘Reach’ after the Air Force C-17 she was born on
"It’s my dream to watch that young child called ‘Reach’ grow up to be a U.S. citizen and fly United States Air Force fighters."
Three babies born amid Afghanistan evacuation, general says
There may be more.
No, thousands of ‘unvetted’ Afghans are not coming to the United States
"[I]t is in our interest as humans to protect those people.”
Here’s what you can do to help Afghan interpreters and refugees
A list of resources you can use to help the more than 70,000 Afghan interpreters and refugees trying to escape the Taliban
A former war refugee lives the American dream as a Reserve airman
As a result of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, an estimated 40,000 Bosnian refugees immigrated to St. Louis, Missouri, in the 1990s and early 2000s. Tech. Sgt. Muris Secerbegovic, 433rd Maintenance Group quality assurance inspector in the 433rd Airlift Wing here, was one of them
The Pentagon plans on sending a Navy hospital ship to assist Venezuelan refugees
The USNS Comfort, a 1,000-bed vessel, probably would be sent off the coast of northern Colombia, near enough to treat refugees who have fled Venezuela
One State Wants To Help Refugees And Immigrants Who Aided US Troops Abroad Pay For College
Maytham Alshadood came to the U.S. and Colorado in 2008 after years of serving as a combat interpreter for American...
‘This War… Is Forever’: Afghan Refugees Say What They Really Think About US Forces
Rahmatullah says he was a farmer who fled his hometown of Sangin, in Afghanistan’s restive Helmand Province, after U.S. Marines...
The German Army Is Battling Stolen Guns, False Flag Plots, And Nazi Extremism Within Its Ranks
Gear accountability: There’s a reason it’s pounded into a service member’s head from day one at boot camp. You're being...