American Presidents' Air Force One Is What You Will Always Dream For

I'm telling you, this is the father of all planes!

American Presidents' Air Force One Is What You Will Always Dream For
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AF1 or the Air Force One is the official airplane for the President of the United States of America. Since the creation of the presidential fleet, some planes have been named as Air Force One. The Air Force One who is having the maximum speed of 600 miles per hour has many stories to tell. Once when F-16 fighter planes were escorting the president's plane while in flight on September 11, they faced a challenge to keep up with Air Force One and had to ask the pilots to slow down.

Here's the catch, Air Force One is not one, but two planes. Yes, that's correct. The cost of both the jet plane is $660 million of the taxpayer money. But, wait, this isn't over yet. It takes more than $179, 750 per hour to take these planes out for a spin.

Let's have a look at some of the most iconic American Presidents, and their pictures captured with the Air Force One.

Father of all the planes.

Father of all the planes.

Air Force One spotted on December 6, 2016 at joint base andrews, Maryland.

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Barack Obama took the first Air Force One flight on February 5, 2009.

Barack Obama took the first Air Force One flight on February 5, 2009.
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In this picture of his first Air Force One flight, president Obama is wearing AF1 jacket as well.

George W. Bush, 2008.

George W. Bush, 2008.
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Former President of the US, George W. Bush, and the first lady Laura Bush waving a goodbye from the stairs of Air Force One. This picture, taken at Ben Gurion Airport, in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Favorite place to be on Earth.

Favorite place to be on Earth.
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George W. Bush is peeping out of the window of Air Force One. This picture, taken when he was surveying along the Golf Coast state Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama after the Hurricane Katrina had hit these places.

George H. Bush, 1989.

George H. Bush, 1989.
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Former American President George Bush was waving from the Air Force One while departing from Peterson Air Force Base, on March 17, 1989.

George talking with media persons onboard.

George talking with media persons onboard.
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Bush is talking to press on Nov. 16, 1989, to Houston for the funeral of a long time friend C. Fred Chambers.

Ronald Reagan, 1986.

Ronald Reagan, 1986.
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Standing at the top of the airway and waving our hand is something which everyone would want to do, especially when you're flying on Air Force One. Captured on July 10, 1986.

Former American President Jimmy Carter, 1981.

Former American President Jimmy Carter, 1981.
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Jimmy Carter while boarding the father of all the planes in Georgia, to return to Washington DC.

Jimmy Carter, 1980.

Jimmy Carter, 1980.
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Jimmy Carter along with the White House staff in Air Force One during his campaign against Ronald Reagan.

Richard Nixon with his family, 1974. 

Richard Nixon with his family, 1974. 
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Richard Nixon resigned from the post on Aug. 9, 1974. He was captured boarding Air Force One plane with his wife Pat, and daughter Tricia.

Richard Nixon in the year 1969.

Richard Nixon in the year 1969.
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In this picture, President Nixon conversing with civilian and military leaders while flying from Bangkok to Saigon.

Lyndon Johnson, 1968.

Lyndon Johnson, 1968.
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Lyndon is hosting a breakfast meeting aboard Air Force One, on April 19th, 1968. Left to right are President Johnson, William Bundy, Cyrus Vance, former President Dwight Eisenhower and General Earle Wheeler.

One of the most tragic moments in the history of the US.

One of the most tragic moments in the history of the US.
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A few hours after the assassination of the former American President John F. Kennedy, Vice-President Lyndon Johnson had sworn as the new president. It was done under the administration of the US District Judge Sarah Hughes, 1963.

Former President John F. Kennedy.

Former President John F. Kennedy.
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President of the US, John and Mrs. Kennedy about to leave Air Force One in Mexico City, 1962.

Dwight Eisenhower, 1955 with Vice President Richard Nixon.

Dwight Eisenhower, 1955 with Vice President Richard Nixon.
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1943, Franklin Roosevelt.

1943, Franklin Roosevelt.
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Former American President Roosevelt is shown in the animated conference with Harry Hopkins.

Well, that's all folks!

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