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A Overview of The Reagan Library early in the construction  of the Air Force One Pavilion

A Blueprint of the Reagan Library with the Air Force One Pavilion

Digtial image of the Air Force One Pavilon

Digtial image of the Air Force One Pavilon

Digtial image of the Air Force One Pavilon

Digtial image of the Air Force One Pavilon

Digtial image of the Air Force One Pavilon

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"We are the showcase of the future. And it is within our power to mold that future-this year and for decades to come. It can be
as grand and as great as we
make it. No crisis is beyond the capacity of our people to solve;
no challenge too great."
- January 5, 1974

Click Here to see Pictures from the Grand Opening of Air Force One Pavilion

Back at the Reagan Library, plans for the new Air Force One Pavilion are currently underway. The Air Force One Pavilion will tell the story of Ronald Reagan and his 211 missions aboard Air Force One SAM 27000. Here visitors will remember, reflect, and relive the accomplishments of our 40th President and rejoice in his enduring legacy of freedom. To experience Air Force One as it was during the Reagan Presidency, replete with jellybeans on the President's conference table, visitors to the Air Force One Pavilion will tour through this magnificent aircraft and feel its awesome power.
The Air Force One Pavilion will be cleared for landing in 2005.

SAM 27000 Air Force One Used by 7 President's of the United States will be on display at the Air Force One Pavilion

On Saturday, September 8, 2001, SAM 27000, a former Air Force One plane, flies its final mission. Passengers aboard SAM 27000 on the flight from Andrew Air Force Base, Maryland, to San Bernardino California, are Air Force Secretary James Roche and 30 other dignitaries. Also on the flight are 11 former members of the Air Force One flight crew. The half-dozen media folk include Hugh Sidney of Time magazine, Campbell Brown of NBC News. Add a crew of 15, and 63 souls are inside the plane's 153-foot fuselage, making a journey into history.
Now replaced by larger aircraft, this famous plane carried American president since 1972. It logged 2,798 flight hours carrying cheif executives and 1,314,596 miles.
Of the 445 presidential missions flown by SAM 27000, Reagan was the passenger on 211. The breakdown for other presidents: Nixon, 30; Ford, 55; Carter, 86; Bush, 57; Clinton, 5; and the second Bush only one. Sheer numbers make this Reagan's airplane, but once it's on display, the former Air Force One will be accessible to all Americans.

Click Here to see Pictures of the Move-in Ceremony

Potential Concepts for the Simulator at the Air Force One Pavilion

A ramp will be added and the entrance door will widened for easier accessibility.
Outside Paint Scheme
The 707 Simulator will be using Microsoft© Flight Simulator 2004 with special
add-ons for Air Force One

 

     
 
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