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Originally posted by gooseuk
There was some thing about this aircraft a month or two back in a few avation mags, from what I can recall, its either for Counter Terror units, to move around or for SPECOP unit support, it isn't in the USAF order of battle either, I will try to run down the article.
Anyone ID this passenger jet from USAF
Aircraft: United States - US Air Force (USAF) Boeing 737-700(BBJ)
Location:Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport - KATL USA - Georgia
Registration/Serial No./Date: 20202 / June 30, 2005
Role: Special purpose passenger and VIP transport. Air Force operates two leased 737 BBJ aircraft. The 737 BBJ(Boeing Business Jet) special purpose aircraft joined the Air Force VIP fleet in July 2002.
The BBJs are capable of being converted to a standard configuration of 36 passengers, or a VIP configuration of 30 passengers.
Air Force’s No.34 Squadron, based at Royal Australian Air Force Fairbairn in Canberra, will continue to operate and crew the SP fleet, with the service and maintenance now contracted to Qantas.