The Wall Street Journal quotes Brent Scowcroft Center Senior Fellow James Hasik on US Navy efforts to replace the presidential helicopter fleet:

While some analysts have questioned why the White House needs a fleet of 23 helicopters—more than other heads of state—they expect the executive branch and the Pentagon to have learned lessons. “If they’re just looking for a helicopter, it’ll go fine,” said James Hasik, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank. “If they decide to try and stick Air Force One into a [helicopter body] it’ll go badly.”

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