Congress must not abandon female Afghan soldiers who fought alongside us

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Unless Congress or the Biden administration acts, U.S-trained female Afghan soldiers who fought alongside U.S. forces in Afghanistan and legally evacuated to the United States will lose their legal status by midyear 2023.  

Starting in 2011, U.S. Special Operations forces handpicked women soldiers in the Afghan National Army to work where men could not:  question and search women on nighttime and other raids hunting terrorists and the Taliban. 

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