We've told you the story of Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer's fight to get his Afghan translator onto American soil, citing his bravery on the battlefield that Meyer credits with helping save his life and the lives of fellow soldiers. Now, another soldier is sharing a similar story, although in his case, his battle to bring his translator to the U.S. was won.
Two years ago, Sgt. Dakota Meyer received the Medal of Honor for his bravery after he stormed through enemy fire to bring back the bodies of fallen soldiers. But, he wasn't alone, and one of the men at his side was his Afghan translator, who goes by pseudonym of Hafez. Now, the translator fears imminent death in Afghanistan because of the assistance he provided to the U.S.