Cockpit view of the SAM (Special Air Missions) 970 also known as the original "Air Force One". Now on display at the Museum of Flight.
What a great surprise to find this shiny four-holer parked on the R-apron at Schiphol. This great plane was here to drop off the US Secretary of State. Picture scanned from paper-print.
USAF VC-135B 62-4169 with 'United States of America' titles, parked at RAAF Base Fairbairn in 1983. Barriers and security lighting have been positioned for an over-night stay. This aircraft is a '... (more)
Rear section of the most famous Air Force One plane in the world. This is the one which flew over 400 SAM's in her lifetime, many of those for President Reagan.
Air Force One landing at San Diego's Lindbergh Field, with President Kennedy aboard.
Delivered to the Air Force on May 30 1959, and served as Air Force One for Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy.
A/C is on display at the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
The original Air Force One. Check the silver throttle at the pedestal.
USAF Chief of Staff visit
The flight deck of Air Force One "Sam 970" at the museum of flight
Majestic looking aircraft that served as Air Force One for Reagan. Thanks to Mark McCoy for showing us round this gem and to my wife for being so patient!
Nose of the aircraft that served as Air Force One for Reagan. Thanks to Mark McCoy for showing us round this gem and to my wife for being so patient!
Note the anti-IR missiles system