Schnitt has a story from the Boston Globe on how Tampa Bay Buccaneer Tom Brady helped rescue a family amidst the withdrawal of Afghanistan. An Interpreter for the allied forces during the Afghanistan war, named Noor, was one of the first out during the withdrawal. However, his family was left behind, and Noor feared they would be targeted due to his aid of American forces. A total of 10 people needed rescuing from the current turmoil the country finds itself in. The family was issued a State Department access pass but after the bombings of Kabul airport were not able to access it.
Enter US Marine Molton, who had worked with Noor on many occasions to the rescue. Coordinating with the family, they devised a plan to meet at an undisclosed gas station in the country. Molton also coordinated with other local families that had the State Deparments access pass for exiting the country. Once all the families arrived, Molton would help facilitate their safe extraction. When they arrived, the refugees needed a code word to discern who was there to be rescued. Molton, a Massachusetts native, decided on winning code word: TOM BRADY!
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