Most U.S. troops are out of Afghanistan. The survivors of a deadly helicopter crash there 15 years ago reflect on the close of the 20-year war, and why for them, time does not heal all wounds.

The End Of The Afghan War Reawakens Painful Memories

By Steve Walsh NPR
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