What to Know
- The Air Force One will help educate children about American politics.
- A barge carried the iconic plane from Rhode Island to National Harbor Monday.
- The "Air Force One Experience" will be at National Harbor through the holiday season.
Air Force One — well, a replica — floated down the Potomac River on Monday morning.
A barge was carrying the iconic plane from Rhode Island to National Harbor, Maryland, where people will have a chance to see it up close and personal beginning Oct. 19.
The life-size copy is part of a project to help educate children about America's political history and democracy. Visitors to the "Air Force One Experience" can tour the plane and see what it's like to be a president on Air Force One.
The plane was set to arrive at National Harbor on Monday morning and will stay there through the holiday season.
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