“Pamir 62: Heroes are Forever” is the personal account of CW4 Andy Miller’s mission in Afghanistan as a flight instructor training the Afghan Air Force. The story chronicles the deployment leading up to the events of September 7th, 2013 when he and his Afghan trainee were critically wounded by an IED on a small pinnacle near Shindand Air Base. The book also details his rescue, his road to recovery and of the heroes involved along the way.
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I received your book yesterday and read it. I have to say, my anxiety did act up a time or two. I could feel myself getting agitated sitting on that rock with you waiting for rescue to come. The pain you described and the flight back to the US.
I was always told to put your self into the place of the writer and then I cried. You did good, Mr. Miller, and I am very proud, not of what you went through, but for going through it. You are still here to bless those who love you; your friends, your family and friends who became family.
— Debbie Mullaly