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@98W86GY from Missouri answered…2 days

@98W4MGVRepublican from Wisconsin answered…2 days

Yes, but give a forewarning a year or two in advance so citizens are prepared somewhat.

@98TM5LS from Virginia answered…4 days

@98SNYR3 from Virginia answered…1wk

It should be updated according to modern military aviation standards

@98RYZ8M from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

@98RDK6B from California answered…1wk

In my opinion the Air forces is already up there, we could use the budget for the upgrade for something else that would benefit the communities.

@98Q5QVX from Utah answered…2wks

@98Q4KYZDemocrat from Texas answered…2wks

@98PYSGNfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2wks

Yes, if the fleet is outdated, its replacement should be a lower-cost alternative that includes only the features which are absolutely necessary.

@98PXCTH from New Mexico answered…2wks

If the fleet is outdated, its replacement should be a lower-cost alternative that includes only the features which are absolutely necessary.

@98MMNP3 from North Carolina answered…3wks

@3QF9F5WDemocrat answered…3wks

@98KZL6Q from Oregon answered…3wks

This country's military budget is already bloated as it is and in service of the military industrial complex. We are creating borderline toys of destruction, rather than defenses of freedom, because the truth is that, again, we are in the pocket of the MIC.

@98KZL6Y from California answered…3wks

@98JCK5CDemocrat from California answered…4wks

@98JBTLX from North Carolina answered…4wks

Upgrade Air Force One on a very limited budget (Less than 1 million)

@98J9FQPRepublican from Texas answered…4wks

@98J98PTWomen’s Equality from New York answered…4wks

Yes and no, I feel like it shouldn't be our top priority compared to other things.

@7BF3XPN from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

@98GPQZQ from Ohio answered…1mo

Yes, but only partially with increased security measures due to the current proxy war with Russia.

@98G3CMT from Washington D.C. answered…1mo

@98BTLMM from Oklahoma answered…2mos

Replace the entire executive transport fleet with commercial-off-the-shelf solutions, such as replacing Air Force One with an upgraded corporate jet and The Beast with an armored version of a standard luxury car

@989FW2YDemocrat from California answered…2mos

No because if the air craft is working fine than it is and they should get another one only in matters if the air craft is done for.

@988TM83Republican from Connecticut answered…2mos

I have never heard of Air Force One, I only know Air Forces like the shoe. That's on me but I have a lack of information on this.

@988S53K from California answered…2mos

Reduce the cost but also work on newer models since the planes previous are outdated

@9889ZYL from Massachusetts answered…2mos

AF1 is the last defense for any coordinated government in the event of a crisis and is in place to protect our chain of command, the people entrusted to keep us safe should be protected at any cost.

@988739R from Minnesota answered…2mos

@984TR7GIndependent from Michigan answered…2mos

@9849KH7 from Utah answered…2mos

@97ZZF73 from Nevada answered…2mos

No they just did so a few years ago after trump became president. But upgrades to currently in service plains should be allowed if it is beneficial for national security or the presidents safety

@97YLK3Y from New Jersey answered…2mos

@97YH65P from New York answered…2mos


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