Interpreters like the man on the left were critical for U.S. military officers who needed to converse with their Afghan counterparts.
Interpreters like the man on the left were critical for U.S. military officers who needed to converse with their Afghan counterparts. Carolyn Cole Tribune Content Agency
Interpreters like the man on the left were critical for U.S. military officers who needed to converse with their Afghan counterparts. Carolyn Cole Tribune Content Agency

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