Transcript for Exclusive Look Inside Air Force One
right here on ABC. Now to the ABC news exclusive. A rare look inside air force one. Jon Karl got incredible access. Reporter: It's the world's most famous plane. Also the biggest target in the sky. Looks like we're losing fuel. Reporter: The Hollywood version has gone down. In our exclusive visit to the most lily secure cockpit in the world, we didn't find anyone losing sleep. Every movie, they're frying to blow up air force one. It's concerning to me because this is my day-to-day job. In the real world, he's very well protected. Reporter: A flying fortress with no mechanical delay or security breach in 25 years. We had an all-access pass. The nighing oval office. And a look at the president's magazines. This is on the president's Reading list? That might be on the first lady's Reading list, or the girls'. Reporter: There's the airborne situation room. The president's personal doctor. You could turn this into an emergency room? We can definitely do that. Reporter: Hidden hospital beds. And a refrigerator to carry blood for the president. Upstairs, encryption services. The president is very well froekted. That's all I'll say. Reporter: That sounds like a yes. We rode with the president on the way to New York City. I tried the phone. On average, air force one arrives within six seconds of its scheduled arrival time. Precisely on time. For "Good morning America," Jonathan Karl, ABC news, on air force one. Not a second to spare. If all airlines could run on time like that. We would be so much happier. It looks just like it does on "House of cards."
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