US Veteran Seeks Asylum for Iraqi Soldier who Saved his Life

US Veteran Seeks Asylum for Iraqi Soldier who Saved his Life

May 23, 2016

US Veteran Seeks Asylum for Iraqi Soldier who Saved his Life

 Chase Millsap finally returned home after three military combat tours in Iraq. However he was still torn as he tried to settle back into civilian life. Millsap simply couldn't leave a comrade behind, especially one who had saved his life.

Due to his present dangerous circumstances, Millsap refers to his comrade as "The Captain" in order to secure his identity.

It was in 2006 that Millsap arrived in Iraq to lead a contingent of U.S. Marines and Iraqi soldiers. The Captain was a lieutenant among the group. During a routine patrol, the group was bombarded. Inches away from having his head taken off, The Captain stepped up and saved Millsap's life by pushing him out of the way and charging the attacking enemy.

Due to the dangers he and his family faced, the Captain fled to Turkey where he currently is. He is still awaiting permanent asylum in the U.S.

 Millsap is doing everything in his power to speed up the process to guarantee the Captain's permanent refuge in the U.S.

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pamela
pamela

May 23, 2016

VERY PROUD OF OUR MILITARY, GOOD LUCK AND MOST OF ALL THANK YOU GOD BLESS AND I HOPE ONE DAY WE CAN SAY WELCOME HOME,.

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