George W. Bush's Lost Year in 1972 Alabama

The result of an investigation into George W. Bush's lost year in 1972 reveals a cocky privileged son who used his family connections to avoid military service in Vietnam and spend seven months in Alabama partying. He clearly skipped out on National Guard duty and avoided a mandatory drug test....

This article, while unfortunately devoid of substantiating references, makes for excellent reading, and warrants further research.

The article recounts numerous impressions of Bush on the campaign , but there is still no one who has admitted to having seen him drill (i.e. perform his required National Guard duty) during this same time.

Did you witness GW Bush performing any National Guard Service between May 1972 and October 1973, in either Alabama or Texas? If so, you could be eligible for thousands of dollars in unclaimed reward money!! Here are the details of the Texas and Alabama rewards."

General William Turnipseed

Bush was finally approved for a transfer to the 187th Tactical Reconnaissance Group in Montgomery. His orders required him to report to the unit commander, Gen. William Turnipseed.

In interviews, Turnipseed said they had no memory of Bush ever reporting, and could produce no documentation that he ever even checked in.

''Had he reported in, I would have had some recall, and I do not,'' Turnipseed said. ''I had been in Texas, done my flight training there. If we had had a first lieutenant from Texas, I would have remembered.''

George Bush is the worst president in the history of the United States. My god - how did we come to this???