U.S. Cut $500 Million Off Boeing’s Air Force One Before Trump

Credit: Lt. Col. Dale Greer/U.S. Air National Guard
The U.S. Air Force trimmed $500 million off the estimated cost of Boeing’s new Air Force One through a careful requirements scrub that wrapped up in November 2016—months before President Donald Trump took office and asserted he had personally slashed the price of the new aircraft by $1 billion. The...

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