Inside Air Force One: Communications Center

Highly-secure communications equipment allows the president to conduct sensitive government business from the air and direct a federal response to a national emergency.
0:54 | 05/04/15

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And that's a second Tom Stewart from Bend, Oregon. I'm communications systems operator borders. About ten years this is really in those failed mission here this is not a practice job it's simple every day that fly. It's not where you went up call. The president had a statement. Our main job is to get the best way to get. Information on. There's 87 telephone just a different networks on the airplane topsy grid only got us here we managed all three networks as an on off switch. And manage it. We're always concerned about. People listening what's going on and tells them they care about. What we put on an airplane. Accident nowhere payment airliner moments Caroline shipman everything. Lockdown as much as possible.

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