New information with regard to the meaning of a special code which appears on George W. Bush�s Air National Guard discharge papers indicates that he was being thrown out of the Air National Guard for failing �to possess the required military qualifications for his grade or specialty, or does not meet the mental, moral, professional or physical standards of the Air Force.� In other words, despite the fact that Bush had an unfulfilled six year Military Service Obligation, he was discharged from the Air National Guard not because he moved to Boston, but because he failed to meet his obligation to maintain his qualifications as an F102 pilot.

The special code is �PTI 961�, and is found[1] in the �Reason and Authority for Discharge� section of Bush�s NGB-22, his �Report of Separation and Record of Service in the Air National Guard of Texas and as a Reserve of the Air Force.�



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