A Continued Chaos

Former translators for the U.S. Military survived war in Afghanistan, but continue to battle resettlement in America

There’s a not-so endearing nickname for Afghanistan’s Helmand Province. “They call it hell-land,” says Ajmal Sabit, a former Pashto and Dari interpreter for the U.S. Army, Marines and Air Force. He sits comfortably in his chair—slightly slouched, arms crossed.

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