A little over three decades ago, the National Park Service established the National Parks Service to serve the nation’s natural and historic resources.
Today, the agency’s mission is to provide stewardship, stewardship of the land, and stewardship to our communities through programs and services that support the public good.
Today’s article details some of the key roles of the National parks Service, and how that mission is being carried out today.
National parks are protected by the U.S. Constitution, and it’s up to the people of each state to make sure the parks they govern are safe and secure for everyone.
Today in the National Geographic Society’s 2017 National Park Week, we celebrate the life of George H.W. Bush, the man who has made America great.
President George H, George W. Bush was born on June 14, 1923, in New York City.
He spent much of his early life in the U: his father, George Herbert Walker Bush, was a major in the United States Air Force.
He served as a military officer in World War II and was stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.
During the Vietnam War, George Sr. moved to the United Kingdom to work as a naval officer.
The family moved to Dallas in 1963, and George Sr., who was an accountant, moved to Houston in 1964.
The elder Bush would serve as Texas’ governor from 1971 to 1982.
In 1976, George Bush became the youngest governor in Texas history.
George Bush was elected to the Texas Senate and was re-elected in 1986 to a two-year term.
George W., the eldest son, was elected governor in 1992 and served until 2003.
George H. W. and George W.’s son, George L., were married in 2003.
They had two daughters, Laura and Laura Bush, and a son, Beau.
George W. had been elected to Congress twice before his wife’s death in 2010, but he did not win a seat in Congress, so he did a stint as a House member.
In 2013, he was elected as an Independent in Texas’ 10th District.
In 2016, he served as the vice president for the United Nations under President Donald Trump.
In 2017, he became the first vice president from the Republican Party to be elected president.
In 2018, he lost a bid for the presidency to Democrat Tim Kaine, but in 2019, he won the presidency again.
In 2018, George H., Jr. was elected president of the United Arab Emirates and served as Emir of Dubai for two terms.
In 2021, George Jr. served as vice president of ExxonMobil for five years.
In 2020, George, Jr. won a seat on the Texas state House, and he was reelected to a second term.
The next year, he ran for the Republican presidential nomination against President Donald J. Trump.
He lost to Trump, and the next year was sworn in as the 45th president of Texas.
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