Mike Edwards talks about how he and other private citizens in the United States are using their expertise to rescue Afghan allies.
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Project Exodus Relief cofounder, Mike Edwards, spoke with Politico to explain their rescue efforts for Americans left behind in Afghanistan.
We are always excited to share success stories with our readers on how we are able to rescue American citizens and Afghan allies.
We have the responsibility and the obligation to do the right thing. Our Afghanistan veterans are hurting because their Afghan friends there are hurting and in danger.
Out of this great tragedy came the incredible selflessness, sacrifice, and duty to bring our Afghan brothers in arms to safety.
Winters in Afghanistan are dangerous and we have the brutally cold winter coming. Let us share with you how Project Exodus Relief is stepping up to the plate.
Our team members of Project Exodus Relief is kept strong through a shared goal, which is to rescue people out of the Taliban’s deadly grip.
Founder of Project Exodus Relief, Mike Edwards, joins Sebastian Gorka in his program, America First, for a discussion of the current Afghanistan disaster.
This is Part 2 of their near-impossible journey. It will show you how we have been making some fantastic breakthroughs.
We are a group of veterans that work together to gather intelligence on what the bad guys are doing and keep our people away from them.