Dwight Eisenhower's presidential aircraft, Columbine III, at Spence Air Base, Moultrie, GA, in February 1959. Eisenhower used the Lockeed Constellation from 1954 to 1961. Columbine III was Eisenhower's third aircraft and the second plane to utilize the moniker Air Force One. In 1966 the Air Force retired the plane and moved it to the National Museum of the US Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB, where it is still on display.
Location: Spence Air Base, Moultrie, GA, United States
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