(Dayton)--The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is expanding the days the public can tour the jet that flew the body of President John F. Kennedy From Dallas Texas to Washington D.C. on November 22. 1963.
Visitors are asked to bring a valid identification to the museum and will be shuttled to the presidential aircraft gallery hanger on a first come first serve basis. The hanger will be open between 9:30am to 5pm daily through December 1.
The Boeing 707 is also the location were Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, was sworn in as President, two hours after President Kennedy was shot.
The Museum is expanding the days visitors can view the historic jet to mark the anniversary of President Kennedys death.