Memoir Tells Of Daring Medevac Rescue In Afghanistan’s Valley Of Death

Memoir Tells Of Daring Medevac Rescue In Afghanistan’s Valley Of Death

Renee Montagne talks to helicopter pilot Erik Sabiston and medic Julia Bringloe, former medevac crewmembers, about a nerve-racking rescue mission they did in Afghanistan’s Valley of Death in 2011.

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