____ was born on June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. In 1942, ____ enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve. At the age of 19, ____ became the youngest pilot in the Navy. On August 7, 1974, ____ delivered the letter that requested Richard Nixon's resignation. At the Republican national convention former President Ford was briefly considered for Reagan's running mate as a "copresident," but ____ was the final choice. For the first time in 60 years an outgoing president was succeeded by a member of his own party through an election, and ____ became the forty-first president of the United States. In December 1990, ____ secured UN Security Council approval of a resolution authorizing the alliance to use force to liberate Kuwait if Hussein had not withdrawn his occupation forces by Jan. 15, 1991. Less than 17 hours after the deadline, an international force led by the United States launched air and missile attacks on Iraq and Iraq-occupied Kuwait on Jan. 16, 1991.
This president was President Ronald Reagan's vice president for eight years.
This president survived four plane crashes as a World War II fighter pilot.
This president served as the top United States delegate to the UN until 1972.
This president was born on June 12, 1924.
This president once said "Competence is a narrow ideal. Competence makes the trains run on time but doesn't know where they are going."
Who is this president?
Ronald Reagan William Clinton George W. Bush Dwight D. Eisenhower George Bush Martin Van Buren