This camouflage case, containing a journal, photographs and other personal items, was received by Kim Harrison, a friend of Bowe Bergdahl, after Bergdahl vanished in Afghanistan in 2009. Harrison said she showed his personal effects, his journal and his emails to The Washington Post so people would better understand Bergdahl.
This camouflage case, containing a journal, photographs and other personal items, was received by Kim Harrison, a friend of Bowe Bergdahl, after Bergdahl vanished in Afghanistan in 2009. Harrison said she showed his personal effects, his journal and his emails to The Washington Post so people would better understand Bergdahl. The Washington Post
This camouflage case, containing a journal, photographs and other personal items, was received by Kim Harrison, a friend of Bowe Bergdahl, after Bergdahl vanished in Afghanistan in 2009. Harrison said she showed his personal effects, his journal and his emails to The Washington Post so people would better understand Bergdahl. The Washington Post

Bergdahl's writings provide insight into his thoughts before he vanished in Afghanistan

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