Bergdahl judge begins deliberating on sentenceThe judge said he planned to spend the afternoon considering evidence and would open court again Friday morning to continue deliberating then.
Agents: Bergdahl debriefs were intelligence 'gold mine'The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency division chief said Bergdahl's captivity was worse than any American prisoner of war has experienced since the Vietnam era.
Troops describe hardships, wounds during Bergdahl searches
Report: 152 Afghan trainees have gone AWOL in US since 2005At least 152 Afghans sent to the US for military training during the course of the war against the Taliban have gone AWOL.
Former JAG believes Bergdahl may see little to no time behind barsBrian Bouffard was a Navy JAG and currently practices military law. He thinks Bowe Bergdahl will see little, if any, time behind bars.
American hostage and her family freed from Haqqani networkCaitlin Coleman and her husband had three children during their five-year captivity.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl expected to plead guilty and forgo trialBergdahl was a 23-year-old private first class in June 2009 when, after five months in Afghanistan, he disappeared from his remote infantry post near the Pakistan border
More troops and billions added to America's longest war in historyDefense Secretary Mattis sought to assure lawmakers of President Donald Trump's new strategy for Afghanistan.
Judge rejects Bergdahl request for White House meeting infoA military judge denied Bergdahl's defense team to gather more information on discussions between a prosecutor and the Trump White House.
Pat Tillman's widow says don't politicize Pat in effort to divide country"As a football player and soldier, Pat inspired countless Americans to unify," Marie Tillman said.
Vets of Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan compare post-war experienceVets of both generations have had to work through the “moral injury” of combat.
War hero eyes serving in CongressThis Air Force pilot is a hero to women all over: she helped get the ground combat exclusion policy changed. Now she's eyeing bigger changes: Congress.

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