Air Force Two Carrying VP Pence Forced To Turn Around At New Hampshire Airport After Bird Strike

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Air Force Two, with Vice President Mike Pence aboard, had to return to a New Hampshire airport after the plane hit a bird, according to several media outlets Tuesday.

The vice president was leaving the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport when the bird apparently hit the jet’s engine during its departure, according to CNN and The Associated Press.

Pence was not hurt. The plane returned to the airport out of “an abundance of caution,” the White House said. Source KIRO7

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