Sgt. Paula M. Walker was identified as the soldier who fatally shot herself, a lockdown.
The Army sergeant on Thursday morning again faced more questioning, according to reports.
Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl is investigating the circumstances of Bergdahl’s disappearance.
The deceased was identified as Maj. Gen. Harold Greene.
Bergdahl's lawyer, Eugene Fidell, previously headed the National Institute of Military Justice.
Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero also strongly recommends against working with Iran on the issue.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's pay was halted during his years in Taliban captivity.
The high profile case has been an embarrassment to the Army.
The senator said the reported note was not included in a file he reviewed.
The WikiLeaks source was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Iowa's Republican governor called the plans a "big mistake."
Approximately 800 more soldiers will deploy to South Korea next month.
The Army says its investigation will run through September.
Maj. Greene, 55, is the highest-ranking U.S. officer to be killed in combat since 1970.
Victim is highest-ranking U.S. service member killed during war.
Investigators will look into whether Bowe Bergdahl deserted his Army post in 2009.
Bergdahl returned to the United States last month after more than five years in captivity.
Jeffrey Sinclair's demotion was a just and lawful result.
The Army said Bergdahl continues his reintegration process at Fort Sam Houston.
"I do not know of specific circumstances or details of U.S. solders dying," he said.
The Army secretary said they would speak to him about "his disappearance and captivity."
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said the cuts send the wrong signal to the world.
Hagel reportedly will unveil the plan Monday in his 2015 budget for the Pentagon.