4 billion cheap

is 4 billion for air force one  cheap

Truth Is The CEO Of Boeing Criticized Trump

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Protecting our President means we must provide and deploy only the latest cutting edges technologies and abilities in Air Force One/Two. The truth is, The CEO of Boeing Criticized Trump’s Trade Views

Protecting our President means we must provide and deploy only the latest cutting edges technologies and abilities in Air Force One. Air Force One and Two are actually MILITARY AIRCRAFT with defensive capabilities.

A Similar Boeing Commercial Version:
Price- 351.40 Million USD Boeing 747 8 : 351.40 x 2 = 702.8 million!


Now add the extras: communications, protection, flying 1000 miles more, anti nuke, missile, terror attack….

Additionally, the planes must have longer distance before refueling.Note that the existing 2 Planes have been in service since 1980’s

1) F-22 Raptor
> Type: stealth fighter jet
> Total Cost: $79.2 billion
> R&D: $40.5 billion
> Procurement Cost: $37.9 billion
> Total Units: 188
> Price per Unit: $211.6 million
 
To understand costs associated with design/development,read the following list of current ongoing military units: [Plane Ship Sub Weapon]. Note research & development and cost per unit and then know only two planes will be built and built only for our Presidents use to travel the globe: for decades— tell me 3-4 billion is two much…..
 
2) Virginia Class Submarine
> Type: nuclear submarine
> Total Cost: $83.7 billion
> R&D: $7.2 billion
> Procurement Cost: $76.6 billion
> Total Units: 30
> Price per Unit: $2,552.6 million
 
The Air Force pledged to “keep costs down” when it awarded the initial development contract to Boeing in January, but said the replacements are necessary.”Parts obsolescence, diminishing manufacturing sources and increased down times for maintenance are existing challenges that will increase until a new aircraft is fielded,” Col. Amy McCain, manager of the Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization program, said in a statement at the time.
 
3 ) Trident II Missile
> Type: ballistic missile
> Total Cost: $53.2 billion
> R&D: $16.8 billion
> Procurement Cost: $35 billion
> Total Units: 561
> Price per Unit: $65.7 million
 
The deal between the Pentagon and Boeing was announced in January with an initial $26 million research contract. Another $127.3 million was awarded in July.
 
4) V-22 Osprey
> Type: tiltrotor transport plane
> Total Cost: $57.8 billion
> R&D: $13.6 billion
> Procurement Cost: $43.5 billion
> Total Units: 459
> Price per Unit: $95.2 million
 
Richard Aboulafia,aviation analyst at the Teal Group, said the current Air Force One planes were made in the 1980s and have become obsolete. The planes are equipped with state-of-the-art communications technology and defense mechanisms to survive nuclear war or terrorist attacks, Anything in the $3 billion to $4 billion range would be reasonable. he said.
 
Arleigh Burke-class Destroyer
> Type: destroyer
> Total Cost: $101.8 billion
> R&D: $5.1
> Procurement Cost: $96.6 billion
> Total Units: 75
> Price per Unit: $1,299.3 million
 

[THEY ALSO MUST HAVE ANTI MISSILE DEFENSES.]..

 
. F/A-18E/F Super Hornets
> Type: fighter jet
> Total Cost: $57.8 billion
> R&D: $7.3 billion
> Procurement Cost: $50.5 billion
> Total Units: 556
> Price per Unit: $90.8 million
 
 
THERE ARE TWO PLANES NOT ONE and Trump will never fly in one as President, their date debut is at least 8 years away. Boeing is our main Aircraft exporter! Competing with AirBus. The playing field is small yet big numbers for USA WORKERS AND exports!.
 
DDG 51 Destroyer
> Type: destroyer
> Total Cost: $101.8 billion
> R&D: $5.1
> Procurement Cost: $96.6 billion
> Total Units: 75
> Price per Unit: $1,299.3 million
 
Joint Strike Fighter
> Type: multi-role fighter jet
> Total Cost: $326.5 billion
> R&D: $58.4 billion
> Procurement Cost: $267.6 billion
> Total Units: 2,457
> Price per Unit: $109.5 million
 

 

 

 

 


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