Elite Afghan military pilots resettled in US fear for family they had to leave behind

Drew Horn (center) with members of the Afghan military. (CNN)Belal Khohestani wishes the United States would feel like home. The former pilot for the Afghan Special Mission Wing — the elite of Afghanistan’s military — recently moved from Fort Pickett in Virginia to Chicago, where he has found a place to live and a roommate.

He is adjusting — slowly, he admits — to a new country. But everyone who would truly make America a place he could call home — his wife and four children, his two sisters and his mother — is still thousands of miles away, trapped […]

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