The Hunt for Bowe Bergdahl
Three months of missions.
The United States desperately wanted to get Bowe Bergdahl back after his disappearance in 2009. Joshua Cornelison, a former medic in Bowe Bergdahl’s platoon, told Fox News the military searched for the man nonstop for three months. “We were there for the night Bergdahl left,” Cornelison said. “We were there for the morning when we realized he wasn’t there. We were there for the following 90 days of absolute agony that Bergdahl put us through. This isn’t second- or third-hand reports or accounts. We were there running missions every single day to try and find Bowe Bergdahl.” Naturally, White House officials are downplaying the soldiers’ story, but add this to the growing list of questions the Obama administration should answer: Why was a deserter so important that the military risked thousands of men and diverted countless man-hours searching for him? More…
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