|Air Force One|
|Role||US President carrier|
|Manufacturer||Boeing Commercial Airplanes|
|Primary user||United States Air Force|
|Length||186.1 ft (56.7 m)|
|Wingspan||197.3 ft (60.1 m)|
|Height||55.6 ft (16.9 m)|
|Loaded weight||502,500 lb (228,000 kg)|
|Maximum speed||594 mph (956 km/h)|
|Range||8,460 mi (13,600 km)|
|Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. |
Air Force One is the term used to call the plane in which the president of the United States of America travels.
History[edit | edit source]
In 2021, Air Force One is a twin-engined plane.
During the invasion in that year, H.A.W.X. squadron has been sent to a location south of Washington to escort and protect Air Force One from Artemis Global Security F/A-18C fighters while the Air Force One reaches November Four and gets President Daniel Sullivan to safety.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- If the plane is hit, the pilot will call out that an engine is out and there is a fire on-board.
- The plane's dimensions are highly similar to a Boeing 787-8.