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Product description: The painting is entitled "The Boss". I had some fun with it and renamed Air Force One (only when the President is on board) to Trump Won. It's accompanied to the song Ruffles and Flourishes/ Hail to the Chief by The United States Navy Band. The mission of the VC-25 aircraft -- Air Force One -- is to provide air transport for the president of the United States. The presidential air transport fleet consists of two specially configured Boeing 747-200B's -- tail numbers 28000 and 29000 -- with the Air Force designation VC-25. When the president is aboard either aircraft, or any Air Force aircraft, the radio call sign is "Air Force One." Principal differences between the VC-25 and the standard Boeing 747, other than the number of passengers carried, are the electronic and communications equipment, self-contained baggage loader, front and aft air-stairs, and the capability for in-flight refueling. Accommodations for the president include an executive suite consisting of a stateroom (with dressing room, lavatory and shower) and the president's office. A conference/dining room is also available for the president, his family and staff. Other separate accommodations are provided for guests, senior staff, Secret Service and security personnel and the news media. Two galleys provide up to 100 meals at one sitting. Six passenger lavatories, including disabled access facilities, are provided as well as a rest area and mini-galley for the aircrew. The VC-25 also has a compartment outfitted with medical equipment and supplies for minor medical emergencies. General Characteristics Primary Function: Presidential air transport Contractor: Boeing Airplane Co. Power Plant: Four General Electric CF6-80C2B1 jet engines Thrust: 56,700 pounds, each engine Length: 231 feet, 10 inches (70.7 meters) Height: 63 feet, 5 inches (19.3 meters) Wingspan: 195 feet, 8 inches (59.6 meters) Speed: 630 miles per hour (Mach 0.92) Ceiling: 45,100 feet (13,746 meters) Maximum Takeoff Weight: 833,000 pounds (374,850 kilograms) Range: 7,800 statute miles (6,800 nautical miles) (12,550 kilometers) Crew: 30 Passengers: 71 Introduction Date: Dec. 8, 1990 (No. 28000); Dec. 23, 1990 (No. 29000) Date Deployed: Sept. 6, 1990 (No. 28000); Mar. 26, 1991 (No. 29000) Inventory: Active force, 2; ANG, 0; Reserve, 0
 
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The Boss

Paintings by Alba Paintings

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  • Product ID#: 212776
  • Dimensions: 24" width x18" height x.625" depth
  • Weight: 2 lbs
  • Materials: Oil
  • Subject: Inspirational, Nature, Transportation
  • Style: Realism
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Gray, Orange, White

Artwork Description: The painting is entitled "The Boss". I had some fun with it and renamed Air Force One (only when the President is on board) to Trump Won. It's accompanied to the song Ruffles and Flourishes/ Hail to the Chief by The United States Navy Band. The mission of the VC-25 aircraft -- Air Force One -- is to provide air transport for the president of the United States. The presidential air transport fleet consists of two specially configured Boeing 747-200B's -- tail numbers 28000 and 29000 -- with the Air Force designation VC-25. When the president is aboard either aircraft, or any Air Force aircraft, the radio call sign is "Air Force One." Principal differences between the VC-25 and the standard Boeing 747, other than the number of passengers carried, are the electronic and communications equipment, self-contained baggage loader, front and aft air-stairs, and the capability for in-flight refueling. Accommodations for the president include an executive suite consisting of a stateroom (with dressing room, lavatory and shower) and the president's office. A conference/dining room is also available for the president, his family and staff. Other separate accommodations are provided for guests, senior staff, Secret Service and security personnel and the news media. Two galleys provide up to 100 meals at one sitting. Six passenger lavatories, including disabled access facilities, are provided as well as a rest area and mini-galley for the aircrew. The VC-25 also has a compartment outfitted with medical equipment and supplies for minor medical emergencies.

General Characteristics
Primary Function: Presidential air transport
Contractor: Boeing Airplane Co.
Power Plant: Four General Electric CF6-80C2B1 jet engines
Thrust: 56,700 pounds, each engine
Length: 231 feet, 10 inches (70.7 meters)
Height: 63 feet, 5 inches (19.3 meters)
Wingspan: 195 feet, 8 inches (59.6 meters)
Speed: 630 miles per hour (Mach 0.92)
Ceiling: 45,100 feet (13,746 meters)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 833,000 pounds (374,850 kilograms)
Range: 7,800 statute miles (6,800 nautical miles) (12,550 kilometers)
Crew: 30
Passengers: 71
Introduction Date: Dec. 8, 1990 (No. 28000); Dec. 23, 1990 (No. 29000)
Date Deployed: Sept. 6, 1990 (No. 28000); Mar. 26, 1991 (No. 29000)
Inventory: Active force, 2; ANG, 0; Reserve, 0

I've been drawing since childhood. I'm a retired military pilot. When stationed in northern Maine I began to paint. I painted off and on for 30 years...mostly off. After being furloughed from the airline industry I began to paint daily. I've been doing that for three years. I strive for realism. I enjoy painting from old black & white photos, videos, and ancient sculpture. I'm now dedicating my web site at AlbaPaintings.com to painting the greatest generation. read more