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By johnboy 16 November 2011 83


If you’ve got photos of the Obama visit send them into

This one’s by Russell.

In the meantime the US Embassy has put this one onto Facebook of the buses and trucks lined up at the airport to whisk away the visiting US media contingent.

More to come as we get them!

buses lined up

Rick has sent in this one of the growing excitement at the airport.

canberra airport

Holden Caulfield has sent in this one of Air Force One on approach.


Here’s Rick’s spot of the limo, he assures us POTUS is waving out the other side.

presidential limo

And another one from Russell’s excellent set:


ROhan has sent in this great picture of Air Force One coming down.

air force one on approach

And Kylie sent in this one of the motorcade


And this was part of a great set from Richard


Martin sent this in, any theories on why the back is up?

looking mean

AstarothAU sent in this video of the motorcade coming over Commonwealth Avenue.

Associated Press have published some YouTube of the arrival.

This one of the Parliament House welcome by Kaja.

parliament house

And this one of The Beast by Kim.

the beast

Julia Gillard’s Flickr account brings this picture from inside the marble hall of Parliament House.

marble hall

The US Embassy posted this corker of the US press corp in the bowels of Parliament House.

under parliament house

The one from the War Memorial also from the US Embassy

war memorial

Andrew Barr has posted this one to facebook from Campbell High:

andrew barr

Here’s the full slideshow of photos sent in:

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amarooresident3 4:22 pm 17 Nov 11

Did any one go to the Australian Tea Party Rally today How’d it go?

CanberraStreetArt 3:51 pm 17 Nov 11

creative_canberran said :

Actually, the C-32s (there’s 8 of them) are primarily used as Air Force Two for the VP and for cabinet/senior congressional level transport, they rarely serve the role of Air Force One.
Occasionally, the VC-25s are used as Air Force Two as well.

Yeah thats what I meant. Got myself backwards. lol

Waiting For Godot 3:51 pm 17 Nov 11

This has been the greatest day in Australian history. In years to come we will all remember where we were on this momentous occasion.

(Sarcasm mode now turned off, normal service has been restored).


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