Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl has been granted a review to determine if comments made by President Trump tainted his original trial.
Retired Army Master Sgt. Mark Allen has died 10 years after he was shot in the head while searching for deserter Pvt. Bowe...
James Hatch's military career ended after he was seriously wounded in 2009 during a mission to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
The majority found that President Trump's remarks didn't constitute command influence, but the defense team plans to appeal.
Bergdahl's lawyers say comments by Trump before and after sentencing constitute "apparent" unlawful command influence.
One hundred lawmakers are urging the U.S. Army not to award Bowe Bergdahl any back pay for his time in Taliban captivity.
Gen. Robert Abrams upheld the sentence handed down by the judge, Army Col. Jeffery R. Nance, in November.
The U.S. Army is set to decide whether Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl is entitled to as much as $300,000 in back pay and other benefits.
His civilian lawyer, Eugene Fidell, said his client should be recognized for the five years he spent in Taliban captivity.