Aboard Air Force One

Aboard Air Force One (2020)

Air Force One is a marvel of military engineering. For more than half a century, the presidential fleet of armed jumbo jets has served as a flying fortress for America’s commanders-in-chief, carrying them in victory, in shame, and even death. Join us as we take an unprecedented look at the world’s most famous aircraft: how it was born, how it has developed over the decades, and the role it has played in historic events, from the death of Kennedy to the 9/11 attacks to a morale-building, surprise Thanksgiving visit to Iraq, and more.” –Smithsonian

District Grade:B
District Category:Niche
Sub-Genres:History, Politics, Airplanes, Smithsonian, How It Works
Run Time:44 Mins
The District Categories: Niche (worth the watch for those interested in the topic), Worth It (worth your time), Classic (one of the best examples of the documentary genre), Skip It (not worth your time)

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Where To Stream:Paramount+
Rotten Tomatoes Score ™:N/A
Director:Mark Jordan
Starring: N/A
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Aboard Air Force One

44 Minutes
Final Grade: B
Now Streaming On: Paramount+ ($)


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