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Boeing

Air Force One Gallery

January 29, 2016 in Defense, Commercial

From President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Dixie Clipper" and Harry S. Truman's "Independence" to today's 747-8, Boeing has provided U.S. presidents with transportation like no other. Air Force One has time and again proven a modern marvel, delivering a flying oval office that matches mission to engineering superiority.

Since 1943, presidents have relied upon Boeing aircraft – a true testament to more than half a century of presidential service. Check out the gallery below and learn more about the new 747-8 and Air Force One here.

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