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Daily Question # 283 July 26, 2009

Posted by Chandrakant in Uncategorized.
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It  is  the  only  such  aircraft  to  have  a  unique  distinction . What ?

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Quoting  Deepu ,

“S-3B Viking “Navy One”.

On 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush rode in the co-pilot seat of a Viking that landed on USS Abraham Lincoln, where he delivered his “Mission Accomplished” speech announcing the end of major combat in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This was the only Navy flight to date to use the callsign “Navy One””

Cracked  by  Abhi , Arun AS , Arun  Hiregange , Deepu , Ameya  and  Rithwik .

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1. Abhi - July 26, 2009

The only Navy one ever… transported bush once.

2. Arun A S - July 26, 2009

The first aircraft ever to have the Navy One call sign when it carried former President George W. Bush to the USS Abraham Lincoln on 05/01/2003.

3. Arun Hiregange - July 26, 2009

On 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush rode in the co-pilot seat of a Viking VS-35 that landed on USS Abraham Lincoln, where he delivered his “Mission Accomplished” speech announcing the end of major combat in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This was the only Navy flight to date to use the callsign “Navy One”.

4. Arun Hiregange - July 26, 2009

Sorry, that should be “a Lockheed S-3 Viking from VS-35” and not “a Viking VS-35”.

5. Deepu - July 26, 2009

S-3B Viking “Navy One”.

On 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush rode in the co-pilot seat of a Viking that landed on USS Abraham Lincoln, where he delivered his “Mission Accomplished” speech announcing the end of major combat in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This was the only Navy flight to date to use the callsign “Navy One”.

6. Ameya Ajinkya Mardolkar - July 26, 2009

USAF S3 Viking

7. Rithwik - July 26, 2009

On 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush rode in the co-pilot seat of a Viking from VS-35 that landed on USS Abraham Lincoln, where he delivered his “Mission Accomplished” speech announcing the end of major combat in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This was the only Navy flight to date to use the callsign “Navy One”.


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