"We are treating him the same way we would treat any other person assigned here," Manuszewski said. "If the family called ... we would do what we could to support them."
Col. Timothy Marsano, a spokesman for the family, declined to tell CNN if Bergdahl's new job assignment had brought any kind of communication between the soldier and his family. Since his release, there has not been a reunion, at least a public one.
In mid-June, the FBI said it was investigating threats against Bergdahl's parents.