A military transport plane is seen below and on the starboard side from Air Force One while in flight from Palm Beach International Airport, Florida, to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, April 9, 2017.
VOA: Reporters Surprised When Another Plane Spotted Close to Air Force One
JOINT BASE ANDREWS, MARYLAND — A U.S. military plane appeared to come unusually close to Air Force One moments before the jet carrying President Donald Trump landed at Joint Base Andrews on Sunday.
The sighting aboard Air Force One of a C-17 Globemaster occurred at 6:23 p.m. (2223 UTC) as the presidential aircraft was descending into its home base located in the state of Maryland, just outside Washington.
Air Force One took no evasive measures and there was no indication it was in any danger. The presidential flight landed without incident at Andrews six minutes later.
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WNU Editor: That plane is definitely within the 4.8 kilometer "bubble" that Air Force One usually has around it.