The Military History Of 'Leave No Man Behind'

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The Military History Of 'Leave No Man Behind'

by Wochit 1:07 mins

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The Military History Of 'Leave No Man Behind'

by Wochit 1:07 mins

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The idea that the American military leaves none of its soldiers behind has been under perhaps more scrutiny than ever since May 31. That's the day Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was exchanged with the Taliban for five Taliban captives held by the U.S. at the prison on Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Bergdahl had been imprisoned by the Taliban since 2009, and was the last American prisoner of war. Since the transfer, many have questioned the circumstances surrounding his capture and release. But the military's response, from President Obama and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on down and regardless of whether Bergdahl abandoned his duties, has been simple: America does not leave its soldiers behind.

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