|Navy One landing on the USS Abraham Lincoln with President George W. Bush|
|Preserved at||National Naval Aviation Museum|
Navy One is the call sign of any United States Navy aircraft carrying the President of the United States. There has only been one such aircraft: a Lockheed S-3 Viking, BuNo 159387, assigned to the "Blue Wolves" of VS-35, which transported President George W. Bush to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln off the coast of San Diego, California on May 1, 2003. The pilot was Commander Skip Lussier, then VS-35's executive officer; and the flight officer was Lieutenant Ryan Phillips.
A Navy aircraft carrying the Vice President would be designated Navy Two.
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- "Order 7110.65R (Air Traffic Control)". Federal Aviation Administration. 2007-03-14. Archived from the original on October 12, 2009. Retrieved 2007-05-01.
- Naval Museum on the aircraft
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