The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey said that he expects a decision fairly soon as to whether Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl will face a court-martial or other disciplinary action for desertion in war and other charges. Bergdahl was held by the Taliban for five years and only released when a trade was brokered to release five Taliban prisoners from Guantanamo. The Army recently concluded a lengthy investigation into the actions of Bergdahl and the commander of US Forces Command will make the decision of what to do with Bergdahl. Were Bergdahl’s actions traitorous or did he simply leave his post, get captured and become a prisoner of the ruthless Taliban? And more importantly, what credible evidence does the government have to prove any criminal intent? One thing seems apparent – his five years in captivity was no walk in the park for Bergdahl. We’ll have to wait and see what the investigation turned up. It will be interesting either way.