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Title: George W Bushs Military Record


1
George W Bushs Military Record
  • February, 1968 States desire to be pilot scores
    in 25th percentile in pilot aptitude section of
    Air Force officers test.
  • May, 1968 Enlists in Texas Air National Guard
    jumps list with assistance of Texas House
    Speaker pledges two years of active duty and
    four years of reserve duty

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George W Bushs Military Record
  • June, 1968 Student deferment expires
  • September, 1968 Pulls inactive duty to serve on
    Florida Senators re-election campaign
  • November, 1968 Re-activated

3
George W Bushs Military Record
  • November, 1970 Promoted to First Lieutenant,
    rejected by UT Law School
  • Spring, 1970 Hired by Texas agricultural
    importer to shuttle plants to/from Florida
  • June, 1970 Joins Guards Champagne Unit,
    flying with sons of Texas elite

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George W Bushs Military Record
  • May, 1972 Transfers to Alabama Guard unit so he
    can work on Senator Blounts re-election campaign
  • His commanding officer states he never showed up
    for duty
  • Grounded for missing a mandatory physical

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George W Bushs Military Record
  • Returns to Houston but never reports for Guard
    duty
  • December, 1972 DUI arrest
  • October, 1973 Air National Guard relieves him
    from commitment 8 months early, allowing him to
    attend Harvard Business School
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