Quiz: Air Force One How much do you know about the president's plane? April 2, 2009 | 4:29 p.m. EDT + More Which president's primary aircraft was nicknamed the "Sacred Cow"? Franklin Roosevelt's Harry Truman's Gerald Ford's Jimmy Carter's Lyndon Johnson was the only president sworn in on Air Force One. That famous plane was best known by its tail number, SAM 26000. What kind of plane was it? Douglas DC-8 Lockheed Constellation Boeing 707 C-54 Skymaster True or false: Today’s Air Force One can travel all the way from Washington to Tokyo without stopping to refuel. True False Which president was the first to call his plane Air Force One? Dwight Eisenhower John Kennedy Lyndon Johnson Richard Nixon How many people can the current Air Force One hold? 42 passengers and 10 crew members 76 passengers and 26 crew 104 passengers and 42 crew 138 passengers and 55 crew Air Force One stores enough food to serve everyone on board three full meals a day for how long? Three days Two weeks One month Two months How much floor space is available on Air Force One? 1,000 square feet 2,000 square feet 4,000 square feet 8,000 square feet What is the Secret Service code name for Air Force One? Angel Eagle Rainbow Rosebud True or false: Air Force One contains a special escape pod in case the aircraft is fired upon or attacked while in flight. True False Click here for the answers.