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Air Force One

Air Force One
56:32 | 2001

Categories: Documentary, Politics, War, History

National Geographic takes you on an exclusive tour inside AIR FORCE ONE, part luxury hotel, part super secret military command post. From its beginnings with President Roosevelt making a secret wartime flight in 1943, to the historic flight that returned President Kennedy's body to Washington after his assassination, to the closing months of the Clinton administration, Air Force One takes you through the history of the world's most powerful plane. Features exclusive interviews with President George W. Bush and former Presidents Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter.


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January 3, 2014
wallace gene
December 18, 2013
daniel trifa
September 12, 2013
rafael carruthers
August 11, 2013
Vasanth Raj
March 2, 2013
Video is buffering every 5 minuets. I watch Netflix, YouTube and all other video service and no problems.
Allen Cole
January 20, 2013
I'd like to watch, but the video doesn't run for more than a minute without pausing to buffer.
Terry Wilcox
July 8, 2012
An American Blend. By SFC Terry Wilcox, US Army Retired. A penny from the poor and a dollar from the rich…. That all may own. A sampling from every community, neighborhood and lifestyle…. That all may live together. A clip of every color skin…. That all belong. A sound byte of every language…. That all may understand. A small glass vile of blood from every ethnicity…. That all bleed the same. A page of every religion’s sacred scriptures…. That all may believe. A seed from every man, an ovum from every woman…. That all are born the same. A thimble of soil from every land…. That all countries belong. A sip from every body of water…. That none go thirsty. A breath of air, breathed by all the world…. That all breathe freely. Crush and blend all the glass vials of blood, the embodiment of mankind, for we are formed from the entire world, blended into the blood of Americans. The glass vials offer a transparency for the entire world to see. Now carefully blend the sips of water. The water which persons from the entire world have crossed seeking freedom, then offering their very lives and seed in defense of that freedom. The water also represents every body of water American blood has been spilled, in defense of other’s freedom. Add the clips of skin and the dust of all lands, which build the flesh and muscle of American men and women. America is strong because of its vast roots spanning this globe. The metal from the thimbles, used to forge strength of mind and body. Chop and blend the Sacred Scriptures, the material and written words from all the world’s sacred scriptures, form the fiber of this nation. All the beliefs of every legitimate religion can be freely practiced. Jewes, Muslims, Buddhists, Christians and all the rest of the world’s religions can live next door to each other in peace… as friends. Mix and mold all the ingredients, add the breath of air and a spark of freedom, now you have…. An American. © 2000 Terry Wilcox.
Ronald Larson
April 17, 2012
My wife and I saw richard Nixon off from orange county airport along with secret service friends. It was really a grand thing. Of course Air Force One was a smaller plane.
Rob Austin
April 7, 2012
This is my first try here and the quality is not up to Air Force One standards. It's not up to any standards.
TC Myles
March 5, 2012
Air force one is jst the 1.......president sata should get one aswel.
Mosalela Thekiso
January 22, 2012
pleople in Botswana like the air force one r.
Adi Salman
December 27, 2011
Shirley Kasprzyk
December 7, 2011
Very interesting film.
William Cintron
December 6, 2011
A telecommunications center, a hotel in the sky and conference facility all in one!
T.j. Carter
November 3, 2011
Concordia Vestal
October 6, 2011
its my pension house in the city of Tagilaran, Bohol, Philippines.