And they all fly every where the President goes according to program I saw on Discovery a while back. In case something goes U/S on the first aircraft, they've always got a back up. There was me thinking Barry O'Bammer was an advocate for Green Issues
He flew onto a carrier on a Viking, callsign Navy 1.
That was the trip where he said "Mission accomplished" or similar, several years before he realised it wasn't really.
If you look at the pic below, you can see "George W Bush, Commander in Chief" stencilled on the co-pilot's side. It's in a museum somewhere in America.
Obama Confronts a Choice on Copters
By PETER BAKER
Published: February 15, 2009
WASHINGTON â President Obama has slammed high-flying executives traveling in cushy jets at a time of economic turmoil. But soon he will have to decide whether to proceed with some of the priciest aircraft in the world â a new fleet of 28 Marine One helicopters that will each cost more than the last Air Force One.