December 2005/January 2006 
Volume 04, Issue 8 
Integrated Defense Systems

A moving experience

Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan had a dream of showcasing Air Force One. That dream is now a reality at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. Visitors there can walk through the refurbished Boeing 707 that served as Air Force One for Reagan, along with other U.S. presidents from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush.

Here's a look at the work Boeing performed to move the airplane.


An eye in the sky

An eye in the skyFlying effortlessly at 1,200 feet over Iraq, ScanEagle's roving "eye" watches as a group of men disembark from a truck. Two set down their weapons and begin digging.

Miles away, at a protected location on the ground, U.S. Marine Corps tactical commanders watch the action unfold live. ScanEagle's unique reconnaissance abilities allow them to assess the situation and, if warranted, immediately send troops to confront the suspected insurgents.



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