A Rare Look Inside The First Air Force One And The People Trying To Save It From Destruction
First Air Force One / YouTube
Here’s The First “ONE.”
This is one of the most important videos we’ve come across in a while. We say “important,” because by sharing it you can actually make a difference. Not only does it tell you a ton of history about why Air Force One is named that in the first place, but what you can do to help save this important piece of history.
In this short article, we try to do our part by repeating the most important statement of this video,
“Today, Columbine II is a forgotten American relic, decaying…in the desert of Tuscon, Arizona. The plane won’t last much longer this way. Without attention, it may be scrapped. We believe that would be a terrible loss. We hope you’ll agree, by telling others about this video by circulating this video on social media and word of mouth.”-Narrator
This plane is simply beautiful and should be kept alive. It’s still salvageable and can serve to educate generations to come. Although this video was filmed in 2014 so by this time the plane already got off the ground to Dynamic Aviation’s restoration hangar in Virginia, it’s still years from completion.
Share this video so others know this exciting news.