US Air Force plane lands in Syracuse Airport Wednesday afternoon

Early Wednesday afternoon, a U.S. Air Force plane looking strikingly similar to the air plane that flies the President made an unannounced stop to the Syracuse Hancock International Airport.

While the plane looked much like the President’s Air Force One, it was actually a C-32, which is the military’s version of a Boeing 757 passenger jet.

This plane was a part of a fleet of planes that the Air Force uses to fly senior government officials around the world.

The plane arrived to perform a variety of training maneuvers.

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