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  • F-16 Fighting Falcon crashes near Safford, reports say pilot died

    09/05/2017 7:32:42 PM PDT · by Excuse_My_Bellicosity · 23 replies
    KVOA Tucson, AZ ^ | 9/5/2017, 6:50 PM MDT | Mac Colson
    UPDATE: According to media reports in the area, the Graham County Sheriff has confirmed the pilot has died. News 4 Tucson has reached out to the Graham County Sheriff's Office to confirm this information, but has not hear back. ---------------------------- An F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed 20 miles northwest of Safford on Tuesday at 3 p.m. The F-16 is based out of the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Wing located in Tucson. Rescue efforts are underway. The status of the pilot is not known at this time.
  • Eye Witnesses (Four Who Remember Bush Serving in Alabama)

    09/29/2004 2:01:48 PM PDT · by Conservative Coulter Fan · 66 replies · 5,718+ views
    Eye Witnesses The following people have come forward and can confirm for us that George W. Bush was fulfilling his guard duty in Alabama. Eye Witness #1 James Anderson was a physician for the Montgomery-based 187th Tactical Reconnaissance Group. His son, Montgomery physician Noble Anderson, said his father performed a routine examination on Bush at Dannelly Air National Guard base in 1972. The military doctor says that Lt. Col. John “Bill” Calhoun brought Bush by his office for an exam, Noble Anderson said. James Anderson could not remember which month he saw Bush, only that it was some time...
  • Alabama Getaway (What Dubya was doing when he was supposed to be serving in the Nat Guard)

    09/23/2004 9:08:35 AM PDT · by Area Freeper · 60 replies · 2,009+ views
    Rolling Stone ^ | Sep 22, 2004 | PAUL ALEXANDER
    One day in the late fall of 1972, James Pryor Smith walked into the roomy two-bedroom house that belonged to his aunt, Elizabeth Dickerson, an elderly woman who was confined to a nursing home, and he could hardly believe his eyes. Located in the heart of Cloverdale - an exclusive, old-money neighborhood in Montgomery, Alabama - the house, his son Neil remembers now, "was a total wreck." A chandelier was badly damaged, there were holes in the wall and the place was full of empty liquor bottles. "The cleaning bill alone was $900," Neil Smith says, "which was no small...
  • Bush on Air Guard duty: 'Let the truth come out'

    09/18/2004 12:36:14 PM PDT · by NavySEAL F-16 · 24 replies · 1,259+ views
    The Union Leader ^ | September 18, 2004 | JOHN DiSTASO
    Asked about a controversial CBS report that he received preferential treatment while in the Air National Guard 30 years ago, President George W. Bush said, “Let the truth come out.” In a telephone interview with The Union Leader yesterday, Bush would not say if he believed the key documents on which CBS based its report were forgeries. He did say, “There are a lot of questions about the documents and they need to be answered.” Bush added, “I think what needs to happen is people need to take a look at the documents, how they were created, and let the...
  • BUSH'S GUARD 'ACCUSER' ADMITS FAULTY MEMORY (Texans for Truth owe $50,000)

    09/18/2004 9:07:51 AM PDT · by MaineRepublic · 29 replies · 2,282+ views
    NY Post via Google ^ | Feb 15, 2004 | Deborah Orin
    February 15, 2004 -- Serious doubts have been raised about the stories of two key Alabama National Guard figures who questioned whether President Bush showed up for weekend duty there in the early 1970s. Retired Brig. Gen. William Turnipseed, the 187th's Tactical Reconnaissance Group's former commander, recanted his statement that he couldn't remember if Bush reported for duty, now saying his memory is faulty because he's in the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease. And The Boston Globe, which took the lead in challenging Bush's Guard service, reported serious doubts about the account given by one of Bush's prime accusers. Turnipseed...
  • August 11 Nashville Radio Broadcast Hints Democrats Knew of Coming Memos

    09/15/2004 4:31:16 PM PDT · by Syco · 27 replies · 2,849+ views
    HobbsOnline ^ | 9/15/04 | Bill Hobbs
    Teddy Bart on his daily radio show, "Teddy Bart's Roundtable" may have given us a clue about who knew about the documents nearly a month ago. It appears that Bob Tuke, who was a guest on the show on August 11th knew that something was about to happen with regard to President Bush's alleged failure to show up for a physical examination. Teddy referenced the episode on September 9th when he said, "listeners to the Roundtable will note that something was going to come because Bob Tuke, who is a Nashville attorney and significant in the Kerry campaign in Tennessee,...
  • Bush ‘proud’ to have served in National Guard (MSNBC Impartiality)

    09/15/2004 4:34:15 AM PDT · by Cranky · 15 replies · 1,096+ views
    Bush 'proud' of National Guard service
  • Bush Says He's Proud of Guard Service

    09/14/2004 1:55:00 PM PDT · by frog_jerk_2004 · 11 replies · 604+ views
    By RON FOURNIER AP Political Writer LAS VEGAS (AP) -- President Bush told veterans Tuesday he was proud of his time in the Texas Air National Guard and sought to deflect questions about his Vietnam-era service by turning the subject to what he said were rival John Kerry's equivocations on the war in Iraq
  • We have a Winner of the various Bush AWOL Reward Offers!

    09/13/2004 2:11:19 AM PDT · by AmericaUnited · 13 replies · 1,650+ views
    Various News Stories ^ | 09/13/2004 | Me
    Retired Master Sgt. James Copeland of the Alabama National Guard is the winner of the various 'Bush AWOL Reward' offers. Former Dannelly worker: Bush not AWOL - Excerpts: "Copeland, who lives in Hartselle, retired from the Air Force on Jan. 31, 1980. He was the disbursement accounting supervisor, a full-time position, for Dannelly Air National Guard Base in Montgomery from Oct. 28, 1971, to Oct. 27, 1975. His office was less than 100 yards from the hangar where Bush performed drills." "Rumors say Bush went AWOL while assisting Winton "Red" Blount in an unsuccessful campaign for U.S. Senate focus on...
  • Former Dannelly worker: Bush not AWOL

    09/12/2004 8:53:01 PM PDT · by finnman69 · 15 replies · 1,183+ views
    Daily Decatur News ^ | FEBRUARY 16, 2004 | Eric Fleischauer
    Former Dannelly worker: Bush not AWOL By Eric Fleischauer DAILY Staff Writer eric@decaturdaily.com · 340-2435 Retired Master Sgt. James Copeland does not care so much whether people think President Bush went absent without leave in 1972, but one thing he hears bothers him plenty. "Maybe the Bush family was well known in Texas, but we didn't know who he was here. He was just another guy in a flight jacket," Copeland said Sunday. Copeland, who lives in Hartselle, retired from the Air Force on Jan. 31, 1980. He was the disbursement accounting supervisor, a full-time position, for Dannelly Air National...
  • Caught In The Act Of Not Being AWOL!

    09/12/2004 8:19:14 PM PDT · by Sir Gawain · 77 replies · 3,486+ views
    Caught In The Act Of Not Being AWOL! The Decatur Daily (Alabama) published an interview this morning with former Air Force Sgt. James Copeland, who insists that he saw George W. Bush doing his required drills at Dannelly Air National Guard Base in Montgomery, AL during the period CBS and Democrats claim he was AWOL: Copeland, who lives in Hartselle, retired from the Air Force on Jan. 31, 1980. He was the disbursement accounting supervisor, a full-time position, for Dannelly Air National Guard Base in Montgomery from Oct. 28, 1971, to Oct. 27, 1975. His office was less than 100...
  • Dems asked for the name of one person that served with GWB in Alabama. Here's one...

    09/12/2004 4:30:57 PM PDT · by blake6900 · 20 replies · 1,959+ views
    Associated Press | February 13, 2004 | Associated Press
    Former Guardsman: Bush served with me in AlabamaBy the Associated Press A retired Alabama Air National Guard officer said Friday that he remembers George Bush showing up for duty in Alabama in 1972, reading safety magazines and flight manuals in an office as he performed his weekend obligations. "I saw him each drill period," retired Lt. Col. John "Bill" Calhoun said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from Daytona Beach, Fla., where he is preparing to watch this weekend's big NASCAR race. "He was very aggressive about doing his duty there. He never complained about it. ......