MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Republican candidate for governor Robert
Bentley is getting accused on talk radio of creating the false
impression that he was stationed in Vietnam while serving in the
In a campaign ad, Bentley talks about serving his country "with
honesty and integrity." The ad's video shows a military aircraft
and the words "Hospital Commander Vietnam War." Some callers to
talk radio shows have complained that they thought he served in
Bentley's biography on his campaign website says he joined the
Air Force in 1969, but his service was as a medical officer and
then the commander of the hospital at Pope Air Force Base in North
Bentley says he treated people wounded in Vietnam, but the ad
never says he served in Vietnam.
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