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"Air Force One", a modified version of a Boeing 747-200B with the designation Boeing VC-25, operated by the United States Air Force and answering to the call sign "Air Force One" whenever the US president is onboard, on final approach to the Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, in Westchester, Los Angeles, California, bringing President Obama to Southern California for various appointments and duties, August 2013


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Torsten Hoff
various appointments and duties = fundraising and "Tonight Show" appearance
Michael Chute
How did someone get that close? I did not think that was allowed.
Charles Mills
It flew over me one day in Dallas as it took off from Love Field with W on board. Can't explain the pride you feel when you actually see it up close.
Rob Pauley
Can't stand Obama, but this picture is WAY AWESOME!
Brandon Garber
nice picture!!!
I heard from very reliable sources that he owner of N29000 which is a 1967 Cessna 206 is seriously considering taking legal action for larceny and thievery of his hardly earned civilian registration. Be careful Flightaware.
actually the number is S(sam)29000 remember this is an AIR FORCE BIRD not a civilian.
Aaron Donnelly
Richard Case
Beautiful Aircraft. Have seen it in person back when we had a real President.
Jeff K
LOL "various appointments and duties". nothing more than taxpayer funded vacation and fundraiser.
Matthew Baldwin
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