The Aircraft of the Modern U.S. Presidency
Air Force One brings new and unseen photography of the famous presidential aircraft that has seen every president and first lady for the last sixty years.
Author Nicholas A. Veronico comes from a family of pilots, both his mother and father held private tickets, and his brother is a commercial pilot who flies for a major airline.
Veronico served as editor of In Flight USA, contributed extensively to FlyPast magazine and freelances to Air Classics, EAA Warbirds, Warbirds Worldwide, Airways, Airliner World, Warbird Digest, Classic Wings, and many others. He works as a science and technology writer in the San Francisco Bay area and has recently written for the NASA.gov website, the Astronomical Society of the Pacific's Mercury magazine, for Space.com, amongst other publications. He has collaborated with a number of today's most respected historians and authors and has written more than 40 books on a wide range of transportation, military, and local history subjects. Veronico has also written extensively on U.S. naval operations in World War II on the sea and in the air, including the titles: Pearl Harbor Air Raid (Stackpole Military Photo History, 2016) and Hidden Warships (Zenith Press, 2015).