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US Air Force All White Boeing 757?

Sun Jun 10, 2012 7:42 pm

Please forgive me if this was a topic before.

Today I saw an all white RR powered, Boeing 757 with US military patches and US Air Force written near the front of it. The a/c landed and took off from NAS Oceania, and I wonder do anybody know any info on this jets?
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RE: US Air Force All White Boeing 757?

Sun Jun 10, 2012 7:59 pm

look up C-32B... yes it's been discussed before several times.
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RE: US Air Force All White Boeing 757?

Mon Jun 11, 2012 1:38 pm

Yes, the C-32B is the airplane dedicated to the SecState. It is also air refuelable. IIRC there are just 2 of them, flown by the NJANG and are stationed at WRI. Additionally there are 6 C-32As flown out of ADW, these are not air refuelable.

KC-135R (PAANG) refueling a C-32B (NJANG);


The C-32B 'official' tail numbers are 00-9001 and 00-9002 (even though they were aquied in different FYs), although sometimes they wear # 99-6143 and # 02-4452. Occasionally, "U. S. Air Force" is painted on the fuselarge in various locations. These airplanes have also been used by DHS and FEMA, and are suspected to be used by the CIA.

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