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Planes of the Presidents
In 1943, President Franklin D. Roosevelt flew to Casablanca aboard a Boeing model 314 Clipper. A special VC-54C, nicknamed the "Sacred Cow" by the White House press corps, became the first presidential aircraft. The 29th DC-6 was ordered by the Air Force, adapted as the presidential aircraft and designated the VC-118. In 1962, Boeing introduced U.S. presidents to modern jet transportation with the introduction of the Boeing model 707-320B. In all, seven presidents were served by the 707-320B. Today, the chief executive flies aboard a specially configured 747-200B, the newest and largest presidential airplane. Use the Advanced Search tool to find additional imagery.
VC-25 Air Force One B-roll
VC-25A Air Force One in Flight
VC-25A Air Force One in Flight
Air Force One in Flight Over Mt. Rushmore
VC-25A, Air Force One, in Flight
VC-25A Air Force One in Flight
Air Force One in Flight
VC-25A Air Force One in the Clouds
VC-25A Air Force One in the Clouds
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VC-25A Air Force One in the Clouds
Principal differences between Air Force One and the standard Boeing 747-200 include state-of-the-art...
VC-137 707 Air Force One
Air Force One VC-137C in Flight
VC-137C in Flight
VC-137C Leaves Assembly Plant
VC-137B On Boeing Flightline
VC-137A in Flight
VC-137A on Tarmac
VC-137A on Tarmac
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VC-137A on Tarmac
During the late 1950s, the U.S. Air Force bought three 707-120s and converted them into VC-137A VIP...
VC-118A "Independence" In Flight
VC-118A "Independence" Landing
Forward Fuselage of VC-118A "Independence"
VC-118A "Independence" on Flight Ramp
VC-118A "Independence" Taxis on Flight Ramp
Stateroom on VC-118A "Independence"
VC-54C "Sacred Cow" on Flight Ramp
Flight Crew for VC-54C "Sacred Cow"
Stateroom in VC-54C "Sacred Cow"
314 Clipper Layout
John F. Kennedy Tours McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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