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Army to decide if Bergdahl is entitled to $300G back pay

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 he amassed during his captivity with the Taliban. Bergdahl, 31, was captured ... read more

Army to Determine Whether Bergdahl Is Owed Back Pay for Time in Captivity

Usually a soldier who had been marked missing or captured would be entitled to back pay immediately upon their return. In Bergdahl's care, however, he may not be considered a prisoner of war after ple... read more

COME ON! The Bowe Bergdahl ‘#TravestyOfJustice’ might be getting worse

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 he amassed during his captivity with the Taliban. Bergdahl, 31, was captured ... read more

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$300K in Army back pay for Bergdahl? 100 lawmakers object

Repulsed by the thought of the United States Army awarding $300,000 in back pay to a deserter who was issued ... could be eligible to receive a large compensation. “Bergdahl could reportedly be entitl... read more


Bowe Bergdahl Might Get $300,000 in Back Pay

The Army may end up paying Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl about $300,000 in back pay that he earned while as a prisoner ... In total, along with his basic and deployment pay, he could be entitled to more than $30... read more

100 lawmakers urge US Army not to award Bergdahl possible $300G in back pay

“We are writing to encourage the United States Army not to award Private Bowe Bergdahl any back pay prior to or subsequent to separation from the United States Army,” read the letter obtained by Fox N... read more

Disgraced soldier Bowe Bergdahl could receive $300,000 in back pay for the five years he spent in captivity

An Army review ... like hostile-fire pay in addition to their regular compensation that they continue to amass while in captivity. Bergdahl's conviction, however, has complicated the Army's review on ... read more

Soldiers speak out about Bergdahl as military promises “thorough” review

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday seemed to push back ... the Army will review the circumstances surrounding how Bergdahl left his unit and was captured by the Taliban, and added, “It’s not m... read more

Bowe Bergdahl’s court-martial by the press

It’s a trial outside of court, with editors acting like judges to decide what evidence can ... If he’s guilty, let him pay his debt and go on with his life. PHOTOS: U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is ... read more

Guilty of desertion, Bowe Bergdahl may get $300K

It might strike some taxpayers as somewhat goofy that Bergdahl could be entitled ... by the military, turned out to be not so heroic. From the moment of his “capture” June 30, 2009, Bergdahl became el... read more

Military has lost confidence in the president

Ralph Peters, U.S. Army, retired, wrote an article entitled, “Why Team Obama was blindsided ... The administration claims it doesn’t know if Bergdahl is guilty and has appointed a two-star general to ... read more



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