Whenever an aircraft, besides Marine One, Arrives to the White House, something always seems to happen. In 1974 a US Army Soldier, Robert K. Preston, Stole a UH1 Huey helicopter and landed it on. Earlier that year a man attempted to crash an airplane into the White House.
This time this was an authorized landing, the US Air Force landed an F-35 “Lightening II” on the lawns of the White House. The F-35 is there for President Trump’s “Made in America” products.
(President Donald Trump talks with Lockheed Martin President and CEO Marilyn Hewson, right, and director and chief test pilot Alan Norman in front of a F-35 as he participates in a “Made in America Product Showcase” at the White House Monday in Washington. (Evan Vucci/AP)
Some more pictures
(Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, center, talks with Energy Secretary Rick Perry, right, after seeing the F-35.)
(Vice President Pence listens to a F-35 test pilot)
(The Orion crew module sits next to a F-35 on the South Lawn of the White House.)