During the 20-year American war in Afghanistan, thousands of locals worked for, and with, the United States. As the U.S. departs, many of them are left in profound danger. Earlier this year, Special Correspondent Jane Ferguson profiled a decorated Afghan helicopter pilot whose life was at risk. She returns with updates on his story, and a look at the larger plight of visa-seeking Afghans like him.
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