The secret USAF Boeing 757s that don’t exist

David Isby profiles Boeing 757s flying for the US Air Force which include the high-profile VIP C-32As and the secretive C-32Bs that undertake a range of sensitive missions.

Painted in a stylish blue-and-white livery, a stars-and-stripes flag marking on the fin and 'United States of America' titling on the fuselage, all four C-32As are recognisable world-wide as VVIP (very, very important person) transport aircraft. Assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing based at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland and operated by the 1st Airlift Squadron, the four jets meet the requirements of the 89th’s Special Air Mission Foreign team.

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