Fuel for the president's jet

Master Sgt. Timothy Hayes of the 133rd Logistics Readiness Squadron pulls the single point nozzle from the R11 refueler under the wing of Air Force One on Aug. 30, 2011, bringing fuel to President Barack Obama’s aircraft. Air Force One, the VC-25A which is a highly customized Boeing 747-200B, arrived at the Minnesota Air National Guard base bringing the commander-in-chief to the Twin Cities where he delivered a speech to the American Legion Annual Conference. The visit is heavily supported with security, logistics, media and other support by the Airmen of the 133rd Airlift Wing. USAF official photo by Senior Master Sgt. Mark Moss

PHOTO BY: Senior Master Sgt. Mark Moss
VIRIN: 110830-Z-US162-245.JPG
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