November 2013
Washingtonian Magazine;Nov2013, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p80
The article narrates the November 22, 1963 visit of the late U.S. President Jack F. Kennedy (JFK) to Dallas, Texas when he was assassinated while travelling on an open-top limousine. It describes the 1,190-mile journey of the U.S. presidential plane Air Force One from Dallas, Teaxas to Washington D.C. on November 22, 1963 carrying President Lyndon Johnson which stands as the most famous flight of all time. The article also mentions that the flight carried JFK's body back to Washington D.C.


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