It’s hard to believe: Men who risked their lives to save Marines in Afghanistan have been all but ignored by the U.S. government, left to hide from death squads.
In this week’s issue of Marine Corps Times, find out what Marines are doing to save their trusted interpreters, and why it’s taking so long to get them and their families to America.
Get your own copy starting Monday at your local exchange or commissary.
Other top stories inside:
■A sergeant in the Kansas Army National Guard who became famous after displaying her tattoos during the televised Miss America swimsuit competition will star in a hunting show on the Outdoor Channel.
■Leaders at II Marine Expeditionary Force are ramping up counter-drug efforts after 450 Marines popped positive for drugs during a seven month period in 2013.
■You won’t believe what one three-star said about China.
You’ll find these stories and more on newsstands this week.