"... Meyer said he won't rest until Hafez makes his way to the United
States. "Hafez was with me the entire time. He is such a great man," he
Meyer said Hafez's actions were just as heroic as his own. When Meyer
got to the scene of the Taliban ambush in the Ganjgal Valley, Hafez had
already been shot and was making his way out.
"I looked at him and said 'I need you to go back in.' He had just had
a new kid," Meyer said. "He said 'Inshallah' and said if it is my day
to die it is my day to die. He was right next to me. ... He was handing
me more ammo and at one point he got the gun and was covering me."