Not really the best paper replica of Air Force One, but it is acceptable. National Geographic offers this Air Force One papercraft to coincide with their new series called "On Board Air Force One", a look into the inner and outer workings of the US President's private fortress in the sky. With a name like National Geographic I would think they could have done more research and hired somebody good at making airplane papercrafts (e.g. Claudio Dias/Paper Inside).
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