for the president of the United States.
747-200Bs -- tail numbers 28000 and 29000 -- with the Air Force designation
VC-25A. When the president is aboard either aircraft, or any Air Force aircraft, the
radio call sign is "Air Force One."
the number of passengers carried, are the electronic and communications equipment
aboard Air Force One, its interior configuration and furnishings, self-contained
baggage loader, front and aft air-stairs, and the capability for inflight refueling.
stateroom (with dressing room, lavatory and shower) and the president's office. A
conference/dining room is also available for the president, his family and staff.
Other separate accommodations are provided for guests, senior staff, Secret Service
and security personnel, and the news media.
including handicap facilities -- are provided as well as a rest area and mini-galley for
the aircrew. The VC-25A also has a compartment outfitted with medical equipment
and supplies for minor medical emergencies.
Maintenance Branch, and are assigned to Air Mobility Command's 89th Airlift
Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, Md.