The airstrike that killed at least 22 people at a Doctor's without Borders hospital in Kunduz was requested by Afghan forces, not U.S. troops, according to the top U.S. general in Afghanistan.
Gen. Robert B. Abrams will decide whether the Army court-martials Bergdahl.
Jackson Smith, an Afghanistan War veteran, shared his powerful tale of friendship and meeting quarterback Drew Brees on Checkpoint last month.
The mujahideen assaulted the city in northern Afghanistan within days of Soviet forces pulling out.
The area has changed hands many times.
It didn't just happen in Afghanistan.
"No such policy has existed throughout my tenure as commander," Gen. John Campbell wrote in a strongly worded statement Tuesday.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was beaten with hoses and copper wire, starved and left without medical treatment despite severe diarrhea.
The soldier suffered muscular nerve damage in his lower legs, a degenerative back damage and a loss of range in motion in his left shoulder.