For 1796 days a 28 year old from Hailey, Idaho was held captive by the Taliban. On May 31, 2014 the United States upheld their sacred promise of leaving no man behind on the battlefield, and Bowe Bergdahl was freed from his captors.
CNN Reports: “It was another day in nearly five years of captivity for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, and he didn’t know what the 18 Taliban fighters had in store for him Saturday. There, in the rugged mountains of eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistan border, the heavily armed fighters turned Bergdahl over to U.S. military commandos. The soldier’s plight had come to an end. Within minutes he was airborne. The helicopter’s rotors whooped so loudly that Bergdahl couldn’t communicate clearly with the men on board. So he grabbed a paper plate and wrote three characters: “SF?” The men understood: Special Forces? The U.S. commandos didn’t bother to write back.”Yes!” shouted at least one over the roar of the flight. “We’ve been looking for you for a long time!”
The mission of The Bring Bowe Home Project was to inspire a grass roots movement that spread awareness for Bowe Bergdahl, making Bowe Bergdahl a household name, ensuring that Bowe is not forgotten. On May 31, 2014 our call was answered; Bowe was rescued. The Bring Bowe Home Project has accomplished their mission. – Signing out.