Monday, April 20, 2009



Air Force One, The US President’s personal plane (in fact, there are two of them, but don’t tell anybody), has 4,000 square feet of floor space, split over three levels. It comes as no major surprise that there is an office space on board. Mr President has his own suite, complete with a large office, accompanying conference rooms and a rather decadent lavatory (which, rather boringly, does not have an office inside).

Submitted by Brad Reese on Mon, 04/13/09 - 2:20am.

Air Force One

Cisco Phone Onboard Air Force One

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Boeing VC-137C (707-353B) aircraft picture

Image: Lt. Col O'Boyle flying Air Force One back-up plane

President Obama on Air Force One

presidents love to be pictured in the AF1
George Bush walks down the steps of Air Force One

Waiting for no man: George Bush on Air Force One during his tenure as President

U.S. Reps. Steven C. LaTourette, left, and Patrick Tiberi were with President Bush last night as he signed the Clean Boating Act of 2008 into law aboard Air Force One

US President Barack Obama (C) exits his limo before boarding Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, on February 12, 2009. Obama is traveling to Illinois as part of the celebrations marking the 200th birthday of US President Abraham Lincoln.

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What appears to be Obama's personal communication device is in the box between him and Rahm.
It tracks his location. White House photo.

The nose section

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