Boeing Commercial Airlines is no stranger to the commercial airplane industry.
The aircraft carrier is known for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and in April 2016, it landed on the International Space Station with an F-22 Raptor.
But, in February, Biden said that while he was “wonderful” with the aircraft, he would never have “the pleasure of being the first person in history to have an F/A-18 take off from the Space Station.”
“It was just the most amazing experience,” Biden said in the statement.
“The Space Station is just like a family to me, and we’ve all been to it and loved it, and now it’s over.”
Biden’s comment came after an announcement that the Air Force had successfully completed the first flight of the Joint Strike Fighters, the Navy has been developing a new amphibious assault ship, and the U.S. Navy has begun construction on a new aircraft carrier.
Biden has said he was inspired by a “beautiful” airplane he saw while on the Space Coast and was inspired to make the same dream come true.
“I was sitting there in the air with the F/As, and I could not believe what I was seeing,” Biden told the Washington Post last year.
“They were just magnificent.”
But, as Biden explained to the Post, “It was not as beautiful as the first time, but it was beautiful.
He has also said he wants to use his aircraft carrier to carry the U-2 spy plane and an experimental unmanned aircraft, or UAV.”
Biden added that he hopes to use the F15 and F16 to “fly small, close, low-speed, very fast, in a straight line, in very little time.
“He has also said he wants to use his aircraft carrier to carry the U-2 spy plane and an experimental unmanned aircraft, or UAV.