Steve Miska

Steve Miska is a retired Army Colonel who worked hard to bring at-risk interpreters and their families to safety in the United States. Steve first got involved in this work while serving as an infantry officer in Iraq in 2007. We sit down and talk with Steve about his feelings about the Iraq War and his work.


Travel.State.Gov – Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs) for Iraqi and Afghan Translators/Interpreters

No One Left Behind

From NBC News – Only 2 Iraqi translators who worked with U.S. troops got U.S. visas last year

From George Packer:
The New Yorker – The Disgrace of State
The New Yorker – Betrayed 
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      –   The Assassins’ Gate – Book