Air Force Two overnights in Sioux City

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  • By Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot
  • 185th Air Refueling Wing

A U.S. Air Force C-32 from Andrews Air Force Base landed in Sioux City, Iowa this week. The aircraft was parked at the Iowa Air National Guard’s 185th Air Refueling Wing for an overnight stay on Wednesday.

The C-32, call sign “Air Force Two” carried Vice President Mike Pence to Sioux City where he was visiting Iowa for a three day campaign stop prior to the February 3rd Iowa caucuses.

Air Force Two crew members departed the Sioux City airport later in the week on Thursday morning.

According to the U.S. Air Force C-32 fact sheet available on, the C-32 is one of a fleet of four specially configured Boeing 757 commercial airliner’s that are used to provide transportation for U.S. dignitaries.

The primary customers of the C-32 are the vice president, the first lady, members of the Cabinet and members of Congress.

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