“Abdullah” Bowe Bergdahl was a deserter who converted and joined the Taliban. A half dozen soldiers have died in the ensuring search to recovery Bergdahl.
From the comment section:
Bowe Bergdahl hated America, deserted, converted to Islam and joined the Taliban. Six great American heroes died searching for this scumbag.
Former soldier who was wounded in 2009 search for Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan has died
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports 46-year-old Master Sgt. Mark Allen of Loganville, Georgia, died Saturday. His obituary says he died from complications of an injury sustained while serving in Afghanistan.
Mark Allen with wife, Shannon Allen of Loganville; son: Cody Allen of Tuscola, IL; daughter: Journey Allen of Loganville; grandson: Kruze Allen of Tuscola, IL. (Shannon Allen)
Allen was shot during an insurgent ambush in 2009. He was left unable to speak and paralyzed over much of his body. His official cause of death hasn’t been released.
Allen spent 21 years in the Army and the Army National Guard. He retired upon receiving a Purple Heart in 2013.
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