Skip to comments.Bowe Bergdahl being flown from Germany to US
Posted on 06/12/2014 11:58:19 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. Army sergeant who spent five years as a captive in Afghanistan before being traded for five high-profile Taliban leaders, is coming back to the United States sometime late tonight or early tomorrow morning, Fox News has learned.
Bergdahl, who has been undergoing unspecified treatment at a U.S. facility in Landstuhl, Germany, since he was turned over to the U.S. on May 31, will be flown to Brook Army Medical Center, at Fort Sam Houston, in San Antonio. It is not known how long he will remain there or if and when he will be questioned about the circumstances behind his apparently voluntary departure from an Army base in Afghanistan in 2009....
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I want dibs.
Sneaking him back to the US under cover of darkness.
Does anyone know whether he has talked to his family yet? It could be a bit awkward for him to go “home” if they are not on speaking terms.
I expect he’ll be branded as crazy from PTSD, get retired with a disability pension for the rest of his life. He’ll probably get an honorable discharge, be on his way.
yes, tomorrow ... Heads up Texas.
Obama needs a new Military Adviser ?
I heard he’s leaving his passion of beauty behind in Landstuhl.
where will you find a possible successor?
“he will be questioned about the circumstances behind his apparently voluntary departure”
So the word “DESERTION” is now not politically correct?
(don’t know, were you trying to reply to someone else?)
Hi lame-stream ... It Dawns on the Day? ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRBSsyowtVc ... obama and his minions don’t want to kill you and yours?
They misspelled Brooke.
Apparently, he’s done being “reprogrammed” provide the proper answers, or is sufficiently detoxed or both
Paging Jack Bauer...
Provide him with copy ofJuly 2012 Rolling Stone article by Michael Hastings. Westernjournalism.com has good summary. Hastings possibly lost his life as a result of this story. Tragic.
Based on the statements of fellow soldiers he should be brought before a military magistrate on the desertion charge, and be remanded to the brig.
“I’m sorry sir. He got up to go to the head and opened the wrong door 30,000 feet above the North Atlantic.”
For being on his death bed he sure make a quick recovery! Must of been something he ate?