The term “no one left behind” is intrinsically linked to our military ethos. The moment has arrived for the United States to exemplify this essential value once again. Nearly 18,000 Afghans who assisted the United States as translators, guards, contractors, and others now face an uncertain future. These individuals who stood with our men and women in the military are running out of time. While the US government has recognized the issue and is working to resolve it, the American people may also help by participating in the No One Left Behind program. No One Left Behind is a non-profit at the forefront of the problem. They’ve already gathered over a million dollars to help evacuate our Afghan allies from Kabul.
The Crossroads of Special Operations