220 Weeks ago Bowe Bergdahl was taken captive by insurgents belonging to the Haqqani network, a Taliban-allied insurgent group.
Friday September 20, 2013 is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Many will hear that this day has been set aside to remember those who are, or have been, designated as a Prisoner of War or as Missing in Action. But how many have even heard Bowe’s name? While people are learning about this special day, they should also learn that America currently has a POW from the war in Afghanistan. While the public is thinking about the POW/MIA issue (at least for the day), Bowe Supporters have an opportunity to tell them about Bowe’s plight. Please consider downloading the free brochure that tells Bowe’s story. Make a few copies and distribute them. Bowe’s supporters are his voice as he cannot speak out for himself.
May 13, 2012, a day we honor Mothers. We, all of us Bowe Supporters, send thoughts of caring and love to one very special Blue Star Mother, Jani Bergdahl.
Jani, we wish that we could give you the Mother’s Day gift you want more than anything, your son safe in your arms. If anything is true this is: we, all of us across America, will do everything in our power to assure that this is the last year you will spend Mother’s Day without your son. May God Bless you and your family every day and with that special day when Bowe returns home.
A son is a son wherever he roams no matter how far or the years that have flown.
He may test the darkness to challenge the unknown, yet he’ll never be less than your beloved son.
He may take your soul with him from sea to sea; but the child of your heart he will ever be.
Doesn’t matter the distance or trials he may know, he is always ‘your son’ wherever he goes.