A couple of Afghanistan war veterans reflect on the legacy of the conflict as foreign forces withdraw from the country after 20 years.
Former Welsh Guard soldier Mark Owen, of Carnarvon, toured Afghanistan in 2009.
He said he brought things back on his mind from his “every day” tour.
Mr Owen said that if the presence of foreign forces had brought “a little bit of stability and normalcy” to the country, it was worth it.
Nazi Ayn – who started working as a translator for British forces in 2007 – said he was young at the time and had no understanding of “the complexity of my country”.
On the war, he added, “unfortunately it did not bring the peace that was promised to the Afghan people.”