I'd be happy if this president just knew how to pronounce corpsman.<quoted text>Well well well, disregard my previous post on the subject__turns out that both you and Karma are correct.
The Texas ANG at Ellington had both versions of the supersonic interceptors and used them to patrol the Gulf of Mexico. The 111th FIS Texas ANG actually managed to lose a few of the dangerous jets along with the pilots. How dangerous were the F102's and F106's? In a word "very" with incident ratings over three times as high as the modern fleet of supersonic military aircraft.
Bush completed about 600 hours of flight time while at the Texas ANG with 278 hours on the F102-TF102.
Bush eventually lost his flight status due to missed physicals.
Or knew how many states were in the union and hadn't said Iran was a "little country" and posed no threat.
Nevermind he wouldn't know an F102 from a B49 - much less how to fly them.
He was too interested listening to his spiritual mentor damning America and blaming whitey.