Last month, as people remembered the first anniversary of the American departure from Afghanistan, my mind flashed back to August 5, 2014, when half a dozen Black Hawk helicopters lined up to drop off wounded soldiers at Bagram Airfield Hospital.
The helicopter’s rotors spun against a hazy sky as medics rushed and shouted at each other against the noise. They transported the injured to the hospital. We breathed in dirt and exhaust fumes that streaked through the air. The last helicopter in line carried the dead man.
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