UPDATE, 7a ET: New video this morning on Fox and Friends as we saw some footage of a flight carrying Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl landing in Texas. Bergdahl, who was under military care in Germany since June 1, is expected to stay at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.

Molly Henneberg reported this morning that not much is expected to change. Officials say he will continue the "next phase" of his reintegration process at the medical center, now getting to see his family again for the first time. There are no plans for him to speak to the media in the near future.

Fox News confirmed this afternoon through senior defense officials that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be returning to the United States overnight. Bergdahl will be transferred to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.

Bergdahl has been in a military hospital in Landstuhl, Germany since being released after five years of Taliban captivity.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was pressed yesterday by lawmakers on the decision to release five Taliban leaders in exchange for Bergdahl and on when Bergdahl would be returning to the U.S.

Jennifer Griffin reported the latest this afternoon, saying Bergdahl is expected to arrive at some point after midnight. Multiple officials told Griffin the media will not have access to Bergdahl and will not be allowed to see his arrival.

She said as far as she knows, military investigators have not been able to talk to Bergdahl yet. Hagel said Wednesday the Pentagon was waiting for doctors and psychologists to sign off on Bergdahl being moved.