Boeing’s proposal for a new Air Force One was thrust into the spotlight in December when President-elect Donald Trump threatened to cancel the estimated $3.2 billion project. Now the U.S. Air Force general who secured the legacy Air Force One presidential aircraft is echoing Trump’s call for a better deal, challenging the service to negotiate a price more in line with what it paid in 1986—$539 million in today’s dollars. John Michael Loh, who headed Air Combat ...

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