Only if the Ultralight belonged to the USAF...If the President of the USA was flying in an ultralight, would that be Air Force One?
Long gone are the days when Air Force One only needed to carry a few passengers.
When it comes to safety and security, the President's ability to tell the Secret Service detachment to get bent has a lot of limits imposed on it as a result of a certain afternoon in Dallas.I'm pretty sure that a president can and sometimes does tell the secret service to STFU... But no, they wouldn't be happy with him an in ultralight.
Did they do a nice job of sweeping it?POTUS is coming to The Villages (3 miles from the airpark) on Tuesday. Three Osprey have been loitering around this afternoon, and a Sheriff’s deputy stopped by yesterday to remind everyone to check TFRs.
Two Osprey, going down the runway at an altitude of 100 feet, moving about 20 MPH, make a distinctive sound.
That actually happened to me once.Did they do a nice job of sweeping it?