On Sunday, RAW STORY will provide a comprehensive
story that proves President Bush was AWOL during his
Guard service, combining the various articles it has
produced on the topic.
On Monday, Lawrence J. Korb, Assistant Secretary
of Defense for Manpower, Reserve Affairs, Installations
and Logistics under Ronald Reagan from 1981-1985,
will review President Bush's Guard payroll records.
He is expected to confirm RAW STORY's research.
The research was conducted over the last four months
by Paul Lukasiak, and independently verified. His
complete archive of research can be found
Upon confirmation, the paper in question has indicated
that they intend to move forward with the story. The
story has also been seeded in other national print
RAW STORY editors are on edge for national exposure.
Two of the nation's largest radio networks have indicated
that they will provide airtime for the site if the
story is picked up by the national press.
produced to date on the topic include:
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defense secretary confirms legal interpretation
President George W. Bush was AWOL
to expected rebuttal from President Bush
was absent without leave from the Texas Air National
Guard in 1972
never completed five months of National Guard service
of President Bush's substitute Guard trainings invalid
under Air Force regulations