July 12, 2018

When JFK flew to Germany to speak at the Berlin Wall, Reagan flew to Iceland to meet with Gorbachev and Nixon flew to China in 1972, they all arrived in style via Air Force One. On each of those occasions, the American Presidents flew in a plane designed by the so-called Father of Industrial Design, Raymond Loewy.

Loewy is known for his many contributions to the world of design, but Air Force One might be the design most easily recognized across the globe. 

In March of 1962, President Kennedy's 707 flew into Palm Springs, wh...

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