An Air Force VIP version of the Boeing 757

Nordwall, Bruce D.
April 1999
Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/26/1999, Vol. 150 Issue 17, p67
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Air Force's C-32 aircraft has completed year 2000 computing crisis compliance testing.


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