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National POW/MIA day

September 16th, 2011 Posted in The SandGram v1.0

Today, Friday the 16th, a friend of mine “Wolf” has asked that we recognize the missing Servicemen on this National POW/MIA observance day. I have met some POW’s from Vietnam and their time in captivity is one of total individual and group survival. It’s a test of your most inner strength to endure the torture imposed by your captures. Right now we have one POW/MIA, a Sgt Bowe Bergdahl who disappeared over in Afghanistan. Our best intelligence to this point indicates that he is, indeed, alive, and we would like to bring attention to the fact that he is a captive and being held against his will.

I would, however, like to ask you to assist in bringing to attention the fact that SGT Bergdahl IS being held still. His father has made a video for his son that was posted on Youtube. There are video’s of him speaking on behalf of the Taliban and these are the same things the NVA did to our guys during their time as captives in Hanoi.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJmmZQ3byKQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player

To do that, and to get more info, I’d ask that you contact the following POC’s:

Bergdahl family contact: Idaho Nat’l Guard, COL Timothy Marsano. timothy.marsano@us.army.mil 208-422-5268

Army Human Resources Command (HRC): LTC Stacy Bathrick stacy.bathrick@us.army.mil 502-613-4226

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