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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.
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.
Potential Concepts for the Simulator at the Air Force One Pavilion
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