The details of President Bush’s military records have come under attack recently.
Some are questioning whether he actually showed up for duty with the Alabama Air National Guard like he was supposed to.
At first, several people said they never saw him in Alabama, but now, people have come forward saying they remember the president.
Jean Sullivan of Selma says the president actually spent time at her home during the early '70s while he was serving in the military and on a Montgomery businessman's senate campaign.
She says he was working on the late Red Blount’s Senate Campaign while serving in the Air Guard, and she still has many pictures of the president.
Sullivan feels many people wouldn't remember him during that time because it was so long ago and he held no position in government.
She also says she thinks it's ridiculous that the issue is being brought up more than 30-years later.
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