Join National Geographic for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into three legendary American institutions.
Inside the White House Step inside the imposing gates of the White House for a revealing visit to the most famous building in America. Discover the human side of this legendary house in candid interviews with Presidents and First Ladies, and peek inside the families' rarely-seen private living quarters. Follow the frenzy of activity as a small army of employees whirls behind the scenes of a major state dinner.
Air Force One National Geographic takes you on an exclusive tour inside Air Force Onepart luxury hotel, part super-secret military command post. From President Roosevelt's secret wartime flight in 1943, to the historic flight that returned President Kennedy's body to Washington after his assassination, to the closing months of the Clinton administration. Features exclusive interviews with Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter.
Inside the Pentagon From its frenzied construction during the height of World War II to the terrorist attacks of September 11 and the ensuing war on terrorism, get an intimate view of the history and intrigue of the headquarters for the United States Military.
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